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. Ella Dining Room and Bar

    $$$$ | Downtown | Modern American

    This swank restaurant and bar near the Capitol is artfully designed and thoroughly modern. The California–French, farm-to-table cuisine changes...Read More

  • 2. Lola

    $$$ | Modern American

    Riffing off the calculated flamboyance of its namesake, the gold-rush-era celebrity Lola Montez, the National Exchange Hotel's restaurant flirts...Read More

  • 3. Smith Flat House

    $$$ | Modern American

    Carefully sourced ingredients from local purveyors, meticulous execution, and a historic setting at a former mine site 3 miles east of downtown...Read More

  • 4. 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

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