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Posted: Saturday, September 1, 2012 6:45 pm | Updated: 11:22 am, Tue Sep 4, 2012.

Wine & Roses Hotel, Restaurant and Spa is reopening its restaurant as the Towne House Restaurant with an emphasis on everyday dining.

The new style is a legacy to the country farm Wine & Roses used to be. Magnificent trees and gardens remain the heart of the resort. Continuing the Towne’s legacy has remained the passion of owners Russ and Kathryn Munson, chef Didier Gerbi and his culinary team.

“We have marketed The Restaurant at Wine & Roses as a fine dining, special occasion restaurant in conjunction with weddings and travelers for many years. The purpose of rebranding the restaurant, now Towne House Restaurant, is to break away from the special occasion-only reputation and create the opportunity to become a part of the community’s everyday dining options,” said Russ Munson.

The restaurant features a seating indoors or outdoors on the veranda overlooking the gardens. Guests may also enjoy seating in the lounge suited as well as an outdoor lounge patio with a fireplace.

Gerbi has cultivated close relationships with the area’s local growers, ranchers and wineries to offer a farm-to-table experience. He also cooks with produce from the restaurant’s garden.

Towne House Restaurant and Lounge also offers a selection of classic and contemporary cocktails as well as an extensive wine list including its own label, Towne House Rouge Cerise, as the house red wine.

In celebration of its launch, Towne House Restaurant at Wine & Roses invites guests to enjoy a “Free Flight & Bite” throughout the month of September. A Free Flight & Bite postcard is required and may be obtained by calling the restaurant at 209-334-6988.

Towne House Restaurant is located at 2505 W. Turner Road. The restaurant and lounge are open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. For reservations, contact 209-371-6160. For more information, visit www.loditownehouse.com.

Contact reporter Sara Jane Pohlman at sarap@lodinews.com.

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  • Rich Hanner posted at 11:16 am on Tue, Sep 4, 2012.

    Richard Hanner Posts: 10 Staff

    From editor Rich Hanner: The postcards can be obtained by calling the Towne House restaurant at 209.334.6988. Our story was unclear on this point and has now been revised.

  • Carolyn Bonner posted at 9:59 am on Tue, Sep 4, 2012.

    Carolyn Rose Bonner Posts: 2

    Gosh Jay, I guess I'm not the only one who get's that feeling. Thanks for posting although I am glad Wine and Roses is there and think it's beautiful. I've been to many beautiful weddings there and have watched them grow into what they now are and not just a beautiful old house with a white picket fence that was a cute Bed and Breakfast. I think they have provided what the people of Lodi want and I happily say I live in Woodbridge now for years and I live in a house that is not on the Golf Course, hahaha. I get the same feeling you do.

  • Jay Samone posted at 9:53 am on Mon, Sep 3, 2012.

    Jay Samone Posts: 359

    "In celebration of its launch, Towne House Restaurant at Wine & Roses invites guests to enjoy a “Free Flight and Bite” throughout the month of September. A Free Flight & Bite postcard required."

    So- exactly how does one get their hands on one of these "postcards"? I haven't seen one in my mailbox, so let me guess - this is just sent out to those "select few" who are part of the "upper echelon" of Lodi's "high society"......pfffft. Lame.



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