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The Independent Restaurant and Bar
The Independent Restaurant and Bar
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Grill | Camino, Lotus / Placerville / Camino

Nice place for a celebratory dinner. Good food, good service. Highly recommend. More

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Smith Flat House
Smith Flat House
(161)
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American | Camino, Lotus / Placerville / Camino

Our friend from New Zealand said that this was the best meal that he had, in El Dorado County. The lamb shank was superb, as was the Black & White surf & turf. Our friend raves about the crab ravioli. More

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Discover Camino

The dining choices in Camino, CA, reflect the bounty of the foothills of the Sierra Nevada. Surrounded by apple growers, this town is a great place to go for farm-fresh food. Many of the neighboring Apple Hill farms serve lunch to visitors with barbecue and Mexican dishes prominently featured on the menus. Bakeries that take advantage of the local fruit crops are widespread, so stop in for pie or apple cider donuts as well as jam and cider to take home. If you’re looking for a hearty meal later in the day, visit one of the town’s pubs for hearty German food or American classics. Camino’s nearby vineyards also make it an ideal destination for wine lovers.

Discover Camino

The dining choices in Camino, CA, reflect the bounty of the foothills of the Sierra Nevada. Surrounded by apple growers, this town is a great place to go for farm-fresh food. Many of the neighboring Apple Hill farms serve lunch to visitors with barbecue and Mexican dishes prominently featured on the menus. Bakeries that take advantage of the local fruit crops are widespread, so stop in for pie or apple cider donuts as well as jam and cider to take home. If you’re looking for a hearty meal later in the day, visit one of the town’s pubs for hearty German food or American classics. Camino’s nearby vineyards also make it an ideal destination for wine lovers.