By Travelzoo Staff
The historic Delta King in Old Sacramento is a "1920s riverboat-turned-floating-hotel," recommended by The New York Times in its "36 Hours in Sacramento" feature. Visit this venue for a three-course, Saturday wine lunch for $19 per person (reg. $39), that Travelzoo subscribers give an overall 91% positive rating.
Why we love it
- "1920s riverboat-turned-floating-hotel" (New York Times)
- A "charming" permanent fixture with "unparalleled river views" (Frommer's)
- Learn from Matthew Lewis, Sacramento's best sommelier (CBS 13)
- Travelzoo subscribers give an overall 91% positive rating
May 28, 2013 - Sept. 28, 2013
1000 Front St.
Sacramento, CA 95814
- Take in "unparalleled river views" (Frommer's), while one of Sacramento's best sommeliers (CBS 13) -- the "active, engaging and eager" (Sacramento Bee) Matthew Lewis -- teaches you about the wine pairings accompanying each lunch course:
- 1st Course
- Del Rio Farms arugula salad with white balsamic reduction, grapefruit, asparagus tips and shaved Manchego cheese paired with Nautilus Sauvignon Blanc
- 2nd Course
- Pan-seared Alaskan halibut cheeks with sautéed spinach, Gotteli Farms cherries and crispy Serrano ham
- (a nonfish option will be made available upon request) paired with Domaine Serene ‘Yamhill Cuvée’
- 3rd Course
- Vanilla bean panna cotta with candied orange paired with Michele Chiarlo 'Nivole' Moscato d'Asti
- The first lunch tasting takes place June 8.
The fine print
Vouchers can be redeemed Saturday, June 8, through Sept. 28, 2013. Reservations by phone are required. Not valid on July 6 or Aug. 31. Valid on Saturdays only. A 48-hour cancellation policy applies. An automatic 18% gratuity will be added based on the full value of the check. See Terms and Conditions for full details.
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