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Sat, Apr 22


Yorba Tasting Room

Dinner & Show ~ Late for the Train

One of our favorite folk bands, Late for the Train, will perform at the Sutter Creek Theater. In honor of this wonderful news, we're offering a two course dinner before the show...

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Dinner & Show ~ Late for the Train
Dinner & Show ~ Late for the Train

Time & Location

Apr 22, 2023, 5:00 PM

Yorba Tasting Room, 51 Hanford Street, Sutter Creek, CA

About the Event

One of our favorite Folk bands, Late for the Train, will perform at Sutter Creek Theater on April 22nd. In honor of this wonderful news, we're hosting a two course dinner before the show. Only $50 per person. Tickets include dinner and concert. Wine will be available for purchase separately. 

On the menu...

*Assorted Moonrise sourdough with Yorba wine butter will be served at each table.

Course 1

Savory Mushroom "cobbler" and greens : assorted mushrooms, reduced cream sauce,  homemade biscuit crumbles toasted  in a wood fire oven, and a micro green salad.

Course 2

Double Dipped Fried Chicken or Underdog Acres Oyster Mushrooms(vegetarian) served with charred cabbage and pickled mustard seed.  Side dipping sauces: Moonrise Truffle Ranch and Calabrian Chili spicy honey.


Sweet focaccia with seasonal fruits and cream cheese frosting.

Wine will be available for purchase at the tasting room and theater. Please specify if you want vegetarian options at checkout.


Late for the Train is an indie-folk string trio rooted in American folk and bluegrass music. Infused with the honest depth of the coastal redwood forests and the heartfelt community of the North Bay, the band provides a playful and poignant musical experience that uplifts the spirit and rouses the soul.   Travel back to a time of hearthside storytelling with these California natives, reveling in the rich traditions of Americana, bluegrass, folk, and Celtic music. Their dynamic songwriting is inspired by influences such as Emmylou Harris, Bob Dylan, Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn, Mandolin Orange, Mipso, and Nickel Creek.

The core ensemble includes songwriters and multi-instrumentalists David Pascoe (guitar/mandolin), Laura Benson (fiddle), and Thom Beneduci (stand-up bass). The trio’s skillful craftsmanship meets tender harmonies and potent lyrics that grapple with all the wonder, contradiction, and truth of living in the modern age. Their debut album, Plant It or Build It, was released on September 4th, 2020.



    Includes two course dinner and concert tickets. Wine is available for purchase separately.

    Tax: +$3.88 Sales Tax
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