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Mountain Winery
14831 Pierce Road Saratoga, CA 95070
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I would suggest dining before you go - the mexican food area was pretty slow to produce all the tickets they were collecting. The crepe place was empty and I wish I'd gone there instead. Drink are always flowing. Having smaller bite sized things to snack on to purchase would be nice?
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Food is very expensive there. Try to eat beforehand or have a picnic at parking lot. There are a few picnic tables near entrance before you line up for tickets. Some people took gold up lawn chairs with their coolers. Drinks are really expensive at venue, so if you want to drink, I'd take a cooler and have some drinks beforehand.
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"Movies on the Mountain"
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attended Sep 06 2013

It was a beautiful night to watch a movie. Great time with a group of friends at the winery. I'd love to do this again next year on another hot evening.

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attended Aug 21 2013

Watching The Breakfast Club at Mountain Winery was a fantastic experience. Being out in the fresh air, having a glass of wine, looking up and seeing so many stars made for a beautiful outdoor experience. I can't wait to watch another movie at...continued

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Doors open and music begins at 7:30pm. The movies will begin between 8:30pm and 8:45pm, depending on the sunset.**

August 21, 2013: The Breakfast Club**

Emilio Estevez, Molly Ringwald, Judd Nelson, Anthony Michael Hall

Universal Pictures; Directed by John Hughes

Rated R; 95 minutes; 1985

A brain, a beauty, a jock, a rebel and a recluse are forced to spend a Saturday together in high school detention. The five bare their souls to each other then band together against their sadistic and insecure principal in this teen drama featuring the 80s ‘Brat Pack.’

**September 6, 2013: __Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

__**Matthew Broderick, Jennifer Grey

Paramount Pictures; Directed by John Hughes

Rated PG-13; 103 minutes; 1986

John Hughes’ magical comedy about how playing hooky for a single day can produce a lifetime’s worth of dventure. Matthew Broderick is Ferris, a guy who knows the value of a day off.

**September 12, 2013: There’s Something About Mary

**Cameron Diaz, Matt Dillon, Ben Stiller

20th Century Fox Film Corp; Directed by Bobby Farrelly, Peter Farrelly

From the makers of Dumb and Dumber comes an outrageous comedy about a man (Stiller) who hires a private detective (Dillon) to find the love of his life – his high school sweetheart. When the shady gumshoe falls in love with the woman (Diaz), he lies about her to his hapless client. The latter discovers the truth, and the two suitors engage in a no-holds-barred battle for her affections.