For our guests looking to dine with a group of family, friends or colleagues, we offer a variety of private event spaces here at The Charter Oak. We approach each event in a custom, personal manner, creating a menu with you and a beverage program tailored to the occasion.
Chef Kat designs an elemental menu for the table to share in sets of family-style courses. Food is served and enjoyed in an authentic, celebratory style that creates ease and encourages conversation and interaction between guests.
Private Event Listings
The Saint George Room
Dimensions: 26’ x 40’
Capacity: 48 seated, 80 standing
The Saint George Room is our featured event space. It provides a versatile 1100 square ft. open plan conducive to events and meetings in a variety of settings. The warm, well-designed ambiance of the Saint George Room is a fresh alternative to the conference rooms traditionally found in Napa Valley. It exclusively features the artwork of Belgian contemporary artist Eva Claessens.
Dimensions: 50' x 100'
Capacity: 60 seated, 120 standing
The Courtyard offers seasonal outdoor dining underneath a shady canopy of mature mulberry trees and soft string lights. Our red brick patio is an ideal setting for larger groups and special celebrations. The space is conducive to a variety of table configurations for a festive meal or a gathering of friends for a cocktail party.
The West Terrace
Dimensions: 11' x 34'
Capacity: 18 seated, 30 standing
The West Terrace is a great location for entertaining small groups as it is private, but not enclosed. Just outside the dining room, on an elevated table and chairs it overlooks the Courtyard, is under a heated canopy and has direct access to a private bar.
The Charter Oak
Dining Room Dimensions: 42' x 48'
Capacity: variable depending on event structure
A private buy-out of The Charter Oak in its entirety provides your group exclusive access throughout the restaurant, from the Dining Room to the Courtyard and Terraces.
The Sherry Building (coming soon)
Dimensions: 24' x 30'
Capacity: 24 seated
The historic Sherry Building dates back to the late 1800s. Currently it is under construction to restore the building back to its original essence: stone walls, wood floors, beamed ceiling and Dutch doors, which open out into the Courtyard.