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. Localis

    $$$$ | Midtown | Modern American

    Exquisite plating and compelling, at times piquant, flavor combinations are the trademarks of this restaurant whose chef-sommelier owner, Chris...Read More

  • 2. Taste

    $$$$ | Modern American

    A serendipitous find in downtown Plymouth, Taste serves eclectic modern dishes made from fresh local fare. The signature mushroom "cigars"—sautéed...Read More

  • 3. The Kitchen

    $$$$ | Modern American

    The chefs and front-of-house staff at this perennial favorite with a prix-fixe menu pull out all the stops to deliver a multisensory gustatory...Read More

  • 4. The Firehouse

    $$$$ | Old Sacramento | American

    Sacramento's rich and famous, including California governors going back to Ronald Reagan, settle into the elegant spaces within the city's restored...Read More

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