A Visit to Park Winters


As you travel down the road you might be concerned that your GPS is wrong. After all, there is nothing around you but farmland and the occasional farm house. Eventually you come across one farm house that stands out among beautiful flowers and shading trees. You've arrived at Park Winters.



Park Winters is a renovated farm house that is now a Bed and Breakfast Inn. It's become popular for the weekend getaway or the intimate wedding. I'm here by invitation to enjoy one of their farm dinners, al fresco. 


Love the door to the pool

We've arrived earlier than expected and take the time to stroll the grounds. The owners have taken the time to enhance the property with a swimming pool and event building. There's a sunken garden and the old water tower has been converted into a three story "room" available to reserve. Inside the house are an additional four rooms.


Park Winters offers farm dinners throughout the year, no overnight stay required. The six course dinner is $125 per person. They've just introduced an Al Fresco Farm Dinner with four courses for $85. Chef John Iocono prepares wonderful dinners featuring items from the property's garden. 



GARDEN HUMMUS
Algonquin soil - Radish - Cucumber - Carrots - Flowers
EMERALD FARM CURRY
Asparagus - Alliums - Carrots - Fingerlings - Cilantro
BRICK OVEN ROASTED CORNISH GAME HEN
Mustard Frisée - Arugula pesto - Arugula greens - Green grapes
FRENCH CHOCOLATE MOUSSE
Caramelia chocolate - Citrus - Whip - Pistachio crumble


Take the time to stroll off dinner before the drive home. From downtown Sacramento it took us about 45 minutes.

For more information and dinner tickets go to https://parkwinters.tocktix.com/.
Part of the garden

Artichokes

Sunken garden

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