Tag: Las Katarinas
There are a lot of dining options in Nevada City, so here’s a quick recap on some of the best options in downtown Nevada City. Below are a few photos, but here’s a link to the Flickr album with even more photos, don’t look if you’re hungry.
New Moon Cafe
Nevada City Classic Cafe
Ike’s Quarter Cafe
Broad Street Bistro
South Pine Cafe
Nevada City Chamber of Commerce and the Sierra Vintners “Uncorked” their first join wine tasting event in downtown Nevada City today. An extensive selection of local wines were poured throughout historic downtown Nevada City and paired with food samplings from local restaurants. One of my favorite combinations was the Treats peach sorbet with the Indian Springs Muscat Blanc, what more can you ask for on a warm summer afternoon? Participating merchants, restaurants and wineries include: Szabo Vineyard, Friar Tucks, Chacewater, Las Katarinas, Utopian Stone, Broad Street Inn, The Old 5 Mile House, Matteo’s Public, Jernigan’s Taphouse, Jim E’s Catering, Treats, Indian Springs, Nevada City Winery, JJ Jackson, Nevada City Classic Cafe, Smith Vineyards, Nevada City Marketplace, Coufos Cellars, Avanguardia Wines, Pilot Peak Winery, Lucchesi Vineyards & Winery, Bent Metal Winery, Solune Winegrowers, Double Oak Vineyards & Winery, BYOB, Fox Barrel … Read More »
Nevada City has a lot of great dining options. At the Outside Inn we often recommend to folks the best place to get a good meal, listen to music or find some coffee. Yet when I stopped and thought about it, I realized it’s been awhile since I’ve actually been to some of these places. So, in honor of the blog, I’ve decided to be a tourist in my own town.
The first pit stop was Las Katarinas, one of the two Mexican restaurants in downtown Nevada City. The service was good, our food came out quickly and my husband was sweating by the time he finished his burrito. Stuey Wells, owner of the Gray Goose in Nevada City, thinks Las Katarinas is a great choice because it’s “authentic and consistent.”
Afterwards we decided to visit Friar Tuck’s, which was very lively … Read More »