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SIERRA COUNTY DINING D O W N I E V I L L E / S I E R R A C I T Y / S I E R R A V I L L E / L O Y A L T O N CUISINE WITH ALTITUDE Dining out in Sierra County is an experience not to be missed. The range of options is as wide as the panorama of the Sierra Valley. From an Old Fashioned “Sixties Frosty Shack” to modern, from scratch homemade cuisine, restaurant choices span the timeline of eating out in old and new California. BASSETT’S STATION: Highway 49 and Gold Lake Road, 5 miles east of Sierra City. (530) 862-1297. Good home cooking for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Traditional breakfasts till 11 am. Famous hamburgers, "Old Fashioned" milk shakes, ice cream. bassetts-station.com FORK N HORN: 101 E Main St., Sierraville. (530) 994-1070. Serving breakfast and lunch, all homemade, from scratch, with love. Modern Home cooking with ingredients locally sourced and organic when possible. HERRINGTON’S SIERRA PINES RESORT: 104 Main St., Sierra City. (800) 682-9848, (530) 862-1151. Breakfast 8–11 am, dinner 5–8:30 pm, mid-May until mid-October seven days a week. Menu includes Certified Angus Beef, Wild Mexican Shrimp, fresh Rainbow Trout from the pond and a Full Bar. herringtonssierrapines.com LA COCINA DE ORO TAQUERIA: 322 Main St., Downieville. (530) 289-3584. Authentic, flavorful Mexican cuisine using fresh, organic produce from local producers, (when possible.) Open Thurs–Sat 11–8; Sun 11–5. Check for summer hours. Patio dining overlooking the Downie River. LOS DOS HERMANOS: 101 Batelle St., Sierraville. (530) 994-1058. Fine Mexican dining. Many specialties including carne asada, carnitas, lamb shank stew, burritos, tostadas, chimichangas, enchiladas, rellenos etc. Open 11 am–8 pm. Starting Memorial Day open 7 days a week from 11 am–9 pm for the summer. RED MOOSE CAFE AND INN: Red Moose Cafe and Inn: 224 Main St., Sierra City. (530) 862-1024. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Open Thurs 8 am–2 pm, Fr–Sun 8 am– 8 pm. Dinner starts at 5 pm. Closed Mon-Wed. redmoosecafe.com RHONDA’S LIL FROSTY: 319 Main St., Loyalton. (530) 993- 1192. Small diner, local flavor. Pork tenderloin, cod baskets, burgers, milkshakes, soft serve ice cream. Outdoor seating. Open seasonally 6 days 11 am–7 pm. Open 12 am–7 pm on Sunday. Closed Thurs. SARDINE LAKE RESORT: Gold Lake Road, Lakes Basin. (530) 862-1196. Lakeside dining. Restaurant serves mainly by reservation; featuring Angus Rib Eye, rack of lamb, seafood, chicken and 1 or 2 nightly specials. Full bar/gazebo overlook- ing the lake. Dining/Bar open Wed–Sun. Full Bar. Call for reservations. Open mid-May–mid-Oct. sardinelakeresort.com SIERRA COUNTRY STORE: 213 Main St., Sierra City. (530) 862-1560. Breakfast burritos, fresh deli sandwiches, cheese- burgers and pizzas. Groceries, meats, produce, beer, wine, liquor, camping/fishing supplies. Free Wifi. sierracountrystore.com SMITHNECK FARMS CAFE: 107 E Main St., Sierraville. (530) 994-3033. Breakfast/lunch. Homemade food made with fresh quality ingredients: pie, muffins, brownies, cookies, cin- namon rolls, pizza. Pork ribs, Tri tip, smoked turkey sandwiches (meat smoked on site.) Mon–Fri: 6 am–4 pm; Sat: 7 am–4 pm; Sun: 7 am–4 pm. smithneckfarms.cafe ST. CHARLES PLACE: 101 Commercial St., Downieville. (530) 289-3237. An authentic piece of Downieville history. Saloon, riverview deck, burgers Wed. nights, pool tables, off-sale liquor. SARDINE LAKE RESORT Lakeside Dining Cabins-Boat Rentals Open Daily mid-May thru mid-Oct. Dining and Bar open Wed–Sun with 6 & 8pm seatings Bar at 5 & 7pm Monday-Saturday Open 11 AM to 7 PM Sunday Open 12 PM to 7 PM, Closed Thursday Featuring Pork Tenderloin, Cod Baskets, Burgers, Milkshakes, Soft Serve Ice Cream and a whole lot more! Canyon Ranch Resort 66 Reservations (530) 862-1196 Sierra City, CA www.sardinelakeresort.com Serving Lunch & Dinner • Full Bar (530) 994-1058 622 Old Truckee Rd. Box 6 Sierraville CA • 530-944-1033 canyonranchsierraville.com N E VA D A C O U N T Y G O L D Downtown Sierraville on Highway 49 Best mexican food and best margar itas in the Sierras