From delicious breakfast sandwiches to Smoked Double Thick Pork Chop, Braised Short Ribs, and more, you won't want to miss our November specials at Cafe d'Oro!
Café d’Oro – meaning “of gold” in both Italian and Spanish – is used to highlight two key elements of the café. The first is the commitment to only the best in quality, a “gold standard” if you will. The second is a subtle allusion to popular local lore about a priceless stash of gold that the Marsh family may or may not have buried somewhere on his Rancho.
A great location in the center of the Club, here you can relax for a moment or linger a bit to enjoy the ambiance of the morning or the spectacular mountain sunsets. Open to the Helak Grand Living Room, the Café bustles with people coming for an early morning latté, an evening glass of wine, and everything in between.
A fun and beautiful space where Members host parties, and attend cooking demonstrations and classes. Named after Dr. Marsh's wife, Abby.
With tall wall-to-wall vines, strung outdoor lighting, elegant patio furniture, and a cozy fire pit, your dining will be intimate and beautiful.
Chef Frank Palmer brings a long and storied culinary career to Club Los Meganos. A native Californian, he graduated with high honors from California Culinary Academy and then held a series of Sous Chef positions around Lake Tahoe and Larkspur, California before heading East to New York City to apprentice under Chefs Charles Palmer at Aureole and David Burke at Park Avenue Cafe. He went overseas to Thailand and Hong Kong to train with Mandarin Oriental hospitality before returning stateside to take the position of Executive Chef of the Hotel Majestic in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights district. Positions as Executive Chef at the Lafayette Park Hotel and Spa and Diablo Country Club in Danville followed, along with a role as Culinary Director for Dudum Sports & Entertainment, overseeing a large collection of restaurants nationally, including Bing Crosby’s, McCovey’s, Joe DiMaggio’s Restaurants, and more. Chef Palmer most recently served as Executive Chef & Culinary Director for Rooftop Restaurant and Coffee Shop World Wide Roasters in Tri Valley before arriving at Club Los Meganos to treat our Members and guests to a wonderful and inspired variety of cuisine.