Sacramento and the Gold Country Restaurants

American, Italian, and Mexican are common Gold Country fare, but chefs also prepare ambitious European, French, and contemporary regional cuisine that mixes California ingredients with international preparations. Grass Valley's meat- and vegetable-stuffed pasties, introduced by 19th-century gold miners from Cornwall, are one of the region's more unusual treats.

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  • 1. The Waterboy

    $$$ | Midtown | European

    Rural French cooking with locally sourced, seasonal, high-quality often organic ingredients is the hallmark of this upscale white-tablecloth...Read More

  • 2. Ella

    $$$$ | Downtown | American

    With fresh white calla lilies on the tables, ivory linen curtains, and distressed-wood shutters installed across the ceiling, this swank restaurant...Read More

  • 3. New Moon Cafe

    $$$$ | American

    Although not eye-catching from outside, New Moon Cafe hugs you in an exquisite dining experience once you enter. Organic salads, homemade ravioli...Read More

  • 4. Savoury's

    $$ | American

    Seafood, pasta, and portobello mushrooms are some of the savory treats that draw high praise from locals at the kind of refined space you'd...Read More

  • 5. Susan's Place

    $$ | American

    Fresh produce, prompt and attentive service, and a lovely patio (especially so on warm summer evenings) distinguish this local favorite a half...Read More

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