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Placerville Restaurants

The Farm Table
The Farm Table
(173)
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American | Placerville, Lotus / Placerville / Camino

Our first time there and we'll definitely be back. The food was fresh and prepared so delicious, and service was just perfect. We were there for dinner so there was a good wine selection. Don't know why we waited so long to try it, but glad we did. More

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Beef 'N' Brew
Beef 'N' Brew
(23)
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American | Placerville, Lotus / Placerville / Camino

Consistently good food and service. I never hesitate to go there. They had live music performing, so it was a little loud, but we enjoyed the music. More

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Discover Placerville

Placerville, like many northern California cities, got its start during the famous gold rush of the mid-nineteenth century. Its history is well-preserved, but its food scene is decidedly modern and eclectic. Solid Mexican food is a given, as it is in much of the state, but you can also find barbecue that aficionados deem "legit." Homey cafés offer dishes made from the freshest local ingredients, with artisanal twists that set them apart. Vegetarians and those avoiding gluten will find much to enjoy here, and for dessert you can savor a delicate crepe or a house-made scone alongside locally roasted coffee. Placerville is very much a mixture of old and new California, and it has the diversity and cutting-edge restaurant scene to make it a must-visit.

Discover Placerville

Placerville, like many northern California cities, got its start during the famous gold rush of the mid-nineteenth century. Its history is well-preserved, but its food scene is decidedly modern and eclectic. Solid Mexican food is a given, as it is in much of the state, but you can also find barbecue that aficionados deem "legit." Homey cafés offer dishes made from the freshest local ingredients, with artisanal twists that set them apart. Vegetarians and those avoiding gluten will find much to enjoy here, and for dessert you can savor a delicate crepe or a house-made scone alongside locally roasted coffee. Placerville is very much a mixture of old and new California, and it has the diversity and cutting-edge restaurant scene to make it a must-visit.