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Polly's Paladar

Have you been to Polly's Paladar?  The private supper club in the heart of downtown Nevada City offers a new chef and menu every month.  The November event was created by guest chefs Jesse Hanshaw and Nicole Regnier, from New Moon Cafe.…
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New Moon

New Moon Cafe in Nevada City is one of those restaurants you just wait for a special occasion to finally arrive so you can treat yourself to a fabulous dinner out.  But if your birthday or anniversary was last month, perhaps you should…
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Wild and Scenic Film Festival Artist Showcase

The Wild & Scenic Film Festival is coming to town and Nevada City has turned into an art gallery.  The film festival in collaboration with Nevada County Arts has brought over 60 local and visiting artists.  The works are being showcased…
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Eat Well, Live Free

Today I have two special guests on the InnSide Nevada City blog, Jillena and Marcos Hernandez.  They live in Sacramento and have a blog called Eat Well, Live Free.  I met them earlier this year and when they called to say they wanted to celebrate…
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Living Lands Soup Night

Living Lands Agraian Network hosted a soup night tonight at the Stonehouse for a fundraiser for the Food Love Project.  A fabulous event for a rainy winter night, full of delicious soup and bread, local wine and good friends.  Special thanks…
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Best of Nevada City Restaurants

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…
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New Moon Cafe

New Moon Cafe is rated as one of the best restaurants in the Sierra Foothills and there's a good reason for it.  For 13 years Peter Selaya and Buzz Crouch have combined their top notch skills (as head chef and maitre d) to provide fine dining…
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Grass Valley Grains

Grass Valley Grains is a local CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) for grains.  Reed Hamilton's one man farming operation mills wheat, oats, rye, barley, dry beans, and flour corn.  His monthly pick-ups could include any flour, cornmeal,…