Using the Two on the Town Card, decided to take a Sunday drive and try out the Peninsula Grill. Ribs were the best we have had in along time and our Waitress was great!!
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After a hike at the point we were looking for a spot to take our guests for a leisurely lunch. Food was excellent and waitstaff was superb! We opted to have a few shareable meals and soup. Our waitress was extremely helpful in guiding us through portion sizes as well as our wine selection. (Including a wine tasting to narrow... More
While staying at a local winery bed and breakfast, my wife and I decided to try the Peninsula Grill which was a short drive away. Not expecting a lot, we were surprised to find a great space, great food, and a great beer selection. The mussels in coconut sauce were fresh and the artichoke appetizer was even better. Nice people,... More
Stopped in while doing a wine tour with friends. Food was incredible, service was great. The Chef even came out to visit and make sure we enjoyed our meal.
My husband (who was previously a "local") and I have been frequenting the Peninsula Grill for several years. The staff has always been attentive to our needs. Johnny, the bartender, is amazing. Chef Dan is so talented with his culinary skills, and we've never had a dish we did not like. Peninsula Grill always fits the bill. We have since... More
We just stopped by to have a late lunch and it was very good. They have some unusual items on there menu and the one we tried it was very good!
Fantastic gem of a restaurant. Off the beaten path, and well worth finding. The dirty fries, the sweet potato croquettes, great start. Any of their fish dishes are divine. Won't break the bank, but tastes like you should.
Sometimes when visiting wineries in the area, you easily forget to eat until it hits you hard! This grill is perfectly situated down Old Mission Peninsula near my two favorite wineries. So, my wife and I were able to grab a surprisingly delicious and filling meal, and were back on the wine trail in no time!
My husband and I stopped here on our wine tasting afternoon. I had the chicken pepper jack soup which was smooth, creamy and yummy. My husband had the flat bread pulled pork which was sweet, tender and with a flavorful sauce. Delicious quick stop as we made our way to the next winery. Right next to a market and deli.
After a trip to the lighthouse and Chataeu Chantal winery we stopped for a bite to eat. There were 9 of us but they sat us quickly. The waitstaff was friendly and full of good advise. We ordered a variety of food and all were good. A nice stop along our route. Enjoy
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