Sacramento River Brunch Train For Two
Enjoy the Sacramento Brunch Train with Entertainment
Price for 2 participants
Take part in this relaxing train ride and enjoy a great combination of scenery, food, entertainment and service with a special guest. On select Sundays, you and your guest will see the countryside from the comforts of the train as the two of you are treated to a delicious brunch.
After being escorted to your Dining Coach, the train departs for your afternoon voyage. You will be served a delicious plated brunch while you watch the countryside roll by through large windows at every table. Enjoy premium seating that ensures a private table, complimentary champagne, soda, juice and coffee. After your meal, visit the open-air cars for spectacular views as you ride across the Fremont Trestle and see the mighty Sacramento River.
All aboard for a delicious three hour brunch train, may this experience make your Sunday a memorable and relaxing one!
What to wear
While the RiverTrain is new, the equipment and railroad have a long history. The Train operates on the 16-mile “Woodland Branch” between Woodland and West Sacramento, CA. The Woodland Branch was constructed in 1911 by the Northern Electric Co. as the Sacramento and Woodland Railroad to link the fertile farmlands of Yolo County with the developing city of Sacramento. At its peak, the Woodland Branch offered eight roundtrip passenger trains daily from Woodland to Sacramento.
Gratuity is not included and can be extended to your server onboard.
ITEM/SKU NUMBER XD-706-004
Xperience Certificates® cannot be exchanged once a reservation for the experience has been made.
Lots of fun and very relaxing.
- Mark Clifton - Sacramento, Wednesday, September 18, 2013
It was a lovely way to fritter away the day. The service was wonderful and the train ride delightful.
- JJ - Elk Grove, Thursday, July 19, 2012
Good food very attentive and friendly staff live music some nice views along the Sacramento River...made for an extremely enjoyable day!!
- Sandra and Jay - Sacramento, CA, Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Great trip, good food- definitely worth going on. We would recommend it highly.
- Joan Casey - Woodland, Ca, Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Question: Is the brunch a buffet, one sitting, all you can eat?
How many people on average is there on the train? Or how many
does the train hold? Is the menu on line basically what will be served?
Answer: The Brunch is a plated brunch served to your table; it is not a buffet. The train can accommodate up to 300 guests. The menu online is current and up to date.
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