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This holiday season, BUY LOCAL, so the money comes back to our community!

The holidays are the perfect time for us to band together, to help ourselves and the beautiful, locally owned places where we live. Why not buy your employees, friends, and family members gift cards to local restaurants and stores? Purchases like these not only help with taxes, but they keep our friends and neighbors employed—and positively employed people spend more locally.
Of course, there will be items that you may need to go online for; however, did you know that when you buy from Walmart or Target online but pick the order up at your local store, the tax dollars stay here?

We’re all in this together, and your buying decisions this holiday season are more important than ever.

— Terry & Wendy

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IN THIS ISSUE

51

72

8 PUBLISHERS’ LETTER

12 ONLINE

14 COMMUNITY

MATTERS

WHAT'S UP

News Around Town

18 THE 10 SPOT

Celebrate the Season

22 GIVING BACK

31 Ways to Spread

Holiday Cheer

26 ARTS &

ENTERTAINMENT

Local Gallery Roundup

30 HEALTH & WELLNESS

7 Tips to Stress Less

34 TAKE A HIKE

Confluence +

Clementine Loop Trail

46 KEEP IT LOCAL

INTRODUCING

Q&A with Local Companies

49 ASK THE EXPERT

51 FEATURE

Holiday Gift Guide

66 HOME & GARDEN

Virtual Learning Done Right

72 EAT & DRINK

DINING OUT

105 Noshery

76 FOODIE FIND

Chocolate Fish

Coffee Roasters

78 TASTE

Cookie Recipes

80 SIP ON THIS

5 Festive Drinks

82 RESTAURANT GUIDE

90 LAST LOOK

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This holiday season, BUY LOCAL, so the money

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Since mid-March, when we all went into the

COVID-19 period, local businesses have seen a huge

decrease in sales, and while they’re working hard to

maintain their companies, the hidden story is that

with the loss in revenue, and our huge appetite for buying online, local

sales taxes have plummeted, which isn’t good for anyone.

Local sales tax is what our cities

and towns rely on to provide the

services we all expect and take

for granted: police, fire, parks and

recreation, road maintenance,

hiking and biking trails, waste

collection, and more. When taxes

decrease, it affects these services

and more, and this affects each of

us and the way of life we’ve become

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take? It’s simple. BUY FROM LOCAL

BUSINESSES!

The holidays are the perfect

time for us to band together, to help

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owned places where we live. Why

not buy your employees, friends, and

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people spend more locally.

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but pick the order up at your local

store, the tax dollars stay here?

We’re all in this together, and your

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are more important than ever.

— Terry & Wendy

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and the rest of the family.”

—Gary Zsigo

“The Holiday and Love Actually

always bring the perfect

amount of laughter and a

couple of nostalgic tears to the

holiday season.”

—Kerrie L. Kelly

“I look forward to watching Rudolph

the Red Nosed Reindeer, Frosty

the Snowman, and all the other

Christmas TV classics every

season. They instantly transport

me to my childhood, and if Burl

Ives singing “Rudolph the Red

Nosed Reindeer” and “Frosty

the Snowman,” doesn’t get you in

the Christmas spirit, nothing will.”

—Wendy Sipple

“Though it's a bit dated now,

Home Alone is one of the

funniest movies I’ve ever seen.

I laugh so hard I cry.”

—Reg Holliday

“Tim Burton’s holiday-themed

artwork in The Nightmare

Before Christmas is hard to

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shares his honest review. “A brilliant

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looking, best driving, and best finished

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handcrafted by local artists, the shop

was opened by Jim Kelly in 1978. In the

early ’80s, Kelly partnered with artist

Dorothy Cormack who is now the

gallery’s chief buyer and art director.

Congrats to the City of Roseville and

Brown and Caldwell (brownandcaldwell.

com)—a full-service environmental

engineering and construction firm—for

receiving the prestigious 2020 CMAA

Project Achievement Award, which

will allow them to complete a $19

million environmental improvement

project to reduce nitrate discharges to

water bodies and generate a

renewable energy resource

at the Dry Creek Wastewater

Treatment Plant.

Kim Menzel is the new

senior vice president and

Roseville area manager

of Kaiser Permanente (kp.

kaiserpermanente.org). In her new role,

Menzel will oversee administration

of the 340-bed Kaiser Roseville

Medical Center, among other duties.

American Public Works Association

Sacramento Chapter (sacramento.

apwa.net) selected Folsom’s Oak

Parkway Trail Undercrossing—which

provides a seamless and safe route

for trail users to transition between

the Oak Parkway and Johnny Cash

trails—as its 2020 Project of the Year

in the “Parks & Trails” category.

El Dorado Union High School District

received the Energy Stewardship

Award from Cenergistic, a nationwide

sustainability company, after reducing

their energy use by 18% in 18 months

and saving over $400,000 in utilities.

Folsom baker and owner of Julian’s

Pâtisserie and Café (julianscafe.com),

Julian Perrigo-Jimenez, competed on

the Food Network show Holiday Wars

last month as the sugar artist on team

“Blizzardly Bakers.” Locally, Perrigo-

Jimenez is touted for making some of

the region’s best baked goods, including

croissants. As of press time, the winning

team hadn’t been announced.

#What’sUp?

by MEGAN WISKUS

Congrats to Gigi Marchini,

director of curriculum, instruction,

and accountability at El Dorado

County Office of Education, who

was honored with the California

County Superintendent’s Educational

Services’ 2020 Student Programs and

Services Steering Committee Star

Award. Marchini has worked for the

El Dorado County school system for

decades and remains highly involved

in the community, serving as a board

member for Ag in the Classroom and

New Morning Youth & Family Services.

Historic Folsom’s Rainbow Bridge

Jewelers—sited at 721 Sutter Street—is

celebrating their 42nd anniversary this

year. Known for selling an impressive

collection of wearable art that’s

Folsom native and rising country

star Colton Graves released his

debut EP, Smile for Me, with

LA-based production company

Extreme Music. Graves’ title

track—a catchy, feel-good love

serenade—can be streamed

on YouTube Music, Spotify,

and Apple Music. Follow him

on Instagram @coltongravesofficial.

El Dorado County received a $100,000

grant from the California

Office of Traffic Safety for programs

that focus on the safety and awareness

of bicyclists and pedestrians, including

education workshops geared toward

youth and older adults, bicycle helmet

inspections, and bicycle safety courses.

The nation’s leading builder of luxury

homes, Toll Brothers (tollbrothers.

com), is set to begin construction on an

exclusive 55+ gated community featuring

approximately 930, single-story homes

in Folsom. Set on 303 acres, Regency at

Folsom Ranch (regencyatfolsom.com)

will feature five private neighborhoods

with premium resort-style amenities,

including an 18,000-square-foot

recreation center with an indoor lap

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In the “Oops, We’re Only Human

Department,” we apologize for

mistakenly listing the incorrect

business where our Readers’ Choice

Awards “Best Yoga Instructor”

winner works. Paul Olson teaches at

The STUDIO Martial Arts & Fitness

(trainatthestudio.com) in Roseville.

pool, outdoor pool, fitness studio, and

spa; in addition to pickleball and tennis

courts, gathering areas, and two dog parks.

Hills Church (1100 Blue Ravine Road) and is open

from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. every Wednesday. To schedule

an appointment, visit saccounty.net/covid-19.

Kids of all ages are invited to step aboard a

Magical Christmas Train (riverfoxtrain.com/

experiences/magical-christmas-train) for an

open-air, 60-minute ride where they’ll be

transported on a holiday wonderland complete

with activities, a visit with Santa, treats, and time

at a private park located along the Sacramento

River. Families will be seated together and

socially distanced from other passengers.

Confluence #1 by Peter Foucault

Folsom residents leaving town for the holidays are

invited to avail of Folsom Police Department’s

Magical Christmas Train photo courtesy of River Fox Train. Other photo courtesy of Blue Line Arts.

The main wing of Sutter Roseville

Medical Center (sutterhealth.org/srmc)

received a refresh with the installation

of local artwork. A new partnership with

Blue Line Arts (bluelinearts.org) is allowing

the hospital to feature contemporary

art that will be updated every three

months in many of the hospital’s common

areas, hallways, and waiting rooms.

Artists interested in having their work

featured are invited to visit bluelinearts.

org/sacabc/art-at-work-program.

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The Sacramento County Department

of Health Services has partnered with

UC Davis Health (health.ucdavis.edu)

and Folsom-based biotech company

StemExpress (stemexpress.com) to provide

free COVID-19 tests for Sacramento County

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Citizens Assisting Public Safety program

where a volunteer will walk the perimeter

of your home, check doors and windows

to make sure they’re locked, and remove

packages from the front porch.

For more info or to register, visit

folsom.ca.us/vacationchecks.

The Folsom Public Library (folsom.ca.us/

library) invites residents ages 5+ to join their

Winter Reading Challenge from December

1 through January 31. Each age group of

kids, teens, and adults has a chance to win

a prize pack bundle of books. To enter the

drawing, simply read five books and log

your progress at folsom.beanstack.org.

The Food Bank of El Dorado County

(foodbankedc.org) is looking for reliable

volunteers to help drive and assist in

their warehouse. Shifts are 4-6 hours

weekly. For more info, call 530-621-9950

or email info@foodbankedc.org.

The upper division marketing class at

William Jessup University (jessup.edu)

was hired by Little Bear Tree Farm

(littlebeartreefarm.com) to help

promote their business this

season. Using a mixture

of social media and print

advertising to reach

new customers, the

students are targeting

families looking to start a

new tradition in the wake

of a pandemic. The familyowned

farm—located in Alta—is full of

photo opportunities, friendly animals,

thousands of Christmas trees, unique

gift shop items, and sweet treats.

Find unique gifts among a curated selection

of over 40 local craft vendors, while enjoying

hot drinks, holiday music, and door prizes at

the Christmas Gift Market (luckyfindmarket.

com/events) on December 6 and 13. Hosted

by Lucky Find Market, shopping is available

from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. both days at Loomis’

Blue Goose Event Center. Admission is $1.

This year’s Mountain Mandarin Festival

(mandarinfestival.com) is going virtual!

Through December 25, shop from

numerous festival vendors and have your

items—including Placer County mandarins—

shipped directly to your door, while enjoying

entertainment and videos of former festivals.

New Businesses

Casual, full-service restaurant

Tomatina (tomatina.com) opened

a new location in the Roseville

Crossings shopping center at

10505 Fairway Drive. Patrons can

expect lovingly made dishes

like piadines (Italian flatbread

sandwiches), plus pizzas, pastas,

soups, salads, and more.

Stop by Bobaology (thebobaology.

com) at 24988 Blue Ravine Road,

Suite 108, in Folsom for milk tea,

coffee, smoothies, snacks (including

seasoned curly fries, popcorn

chicken, and fried tofu), and 13 boba

flavors. Follow them on Instagram

@thebobaology for giveaways, weekly

specials, and other fun promotions.

Maribou Spa Salon

(maribouspasalon.com), with

three existing locations in Folsom,

recently took over ownership of

Nevaeh Salon in Roseville (3984

Douglas Boulevard, Suite 120).

Folsom’s Gold Miner Café

(goldminercafe.net), formerly Mary’s

Gold Miner Café, reopened at 426

East Bidwell Street and has a new

owner: Kay Gardner. All of the

restaurant’s home-style recipes are

prepared in-house—from the gravies,

to the soups, sauces, and cinnamon

rolls—with a side of friendly service.

on the Block

Northern California-based

Teaspoon (teaspoonlife.com)—

known for their assortment of cold

tea beverages, including Liquid

Gold (handcrafted honey-oolong

tea topped with cream), and “snow

ice” (ice cream meets shaved

ice)—is opening soon at Roseville’s

Rocky Ridge Town Center (2030

Douglas Boulevard, Suite 16).

Vietnamese restaurant Pho Mimi

(phomimi.com), which features freshmade,

authentic fare like lemongrass

tofu, bánh mì sandwiches, rice

noodle soups, pho, vermicelli bowls,

and more, is open at 25004 Blue

Ravine Road, Suite 121, in Folsom.

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Look out for your friendly

Neighborhood Santa between

December 8-17 in Roseville. The jolly

fellow will be visiting neighborhoods

on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday

beginning at 6 p.m. Find routes and

times at roseville.ca.us/residents/city_

events/neighborhood_santa.

Santa Tours—hosted by the Rocklin Fire

Department—are set to start December

1. Candy canes won’t be handed out, but

you’ll still get to catch Santa and his elves.

Visit rocklin.ca.us/event/rocklin-firesanta-tours

for routes and schedules.

Who’s up for some ice-skating

fun? The Historic Folsom District

Ice Rink is back! Each 90-minute

session is $12 plus $3 for skate

rental. Free parking is available

at 905 Leidesdorff Street.

folsomicerink.com

Murer House in Folsom is hosting their

special Holiday Gift Boutique & Murer

House Tour on December 4 and 5 from 10

a.m.-3 p.m. You’ll find rosemary and bay

leaf wreaths, handmade soaps, knitted

wears, lavender eye pillows, and many

more gifts. The house will be specially

decorated for guided tours at $5 per

person. murerhouse.org

Santa would love to hear from his

friends in El Dorado Hills between

December 1-15, and he promises to reply.

Mail Letters to Santa in a self-addressed

stamped envelope to: SANTA, North Pole

c/o El Dorado Hills CSD 1021 Harvard Way

El Dorado Hills, CA 95762 or drop them

in the holiday mailbox at the El Dorado

Hills CSD Gym.

Apple Hill is still open for all your pie,

cider, and Christmas tree needs! Visit

applehill.com/ready-for-the-holidays for

info on where

to find the perfect

tree, farm hours,

and more.

Experience a Holiday Lights Drive-

Through at 2300 Mine Shaft Lane in

Rancho Cordova on December 11-20 from

5-10 p.m. You’ll be treated to a dazzling

display of more than 200 lighted silhouettes

in nearly three dozen special vignettes.

Advanced ticket purchase is required and

you’re invited to bring a donation for local

charities. cordovacouncil.ticketspice.com/

rcholidaylights

Sip and celebrate with a selfguided

winery tour and toy drive at

Holidays in the Hills. On December

5 and 6, you can traverse Placer County

wineries from noon-5 p.m. tasting wine

and enjoying small bites and good music.

Bring a new, unwrapped toy and receive

10% off your first purchase at each

winery. placerwine.com/plan-your-visit/

events/holidays-in-the-hills

Letters to Santa photo courtesy of Araceli Gonzalez. Apple Hill photo by Jennifer Portalanza, @journeywithjennandphoenix. Holidays in the Hills photo by Heirloom Photography by Anne Doupnik. Other photos

courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.

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GIVING BACK

31 WAYS

TO SPREAD

HOLIDAY CHEER

BY TARA MENDANHA

you’re at it, how about turning your car into

a red-nosed reindeer this year?

5 Channel Santa and donate to a toy

drive. The Folsom Toy Drive is

accepting donations until December 4

(folsomtoydrive.com); alternatively, bring a

new, unwrapped toy to Placer Wine Trail’s

Holidays in the Hills event on December 5

and 6 (placerwine.com/plan-your-visit/

events/holidays-in-the-hills)—where, in

addition to benefitting Toys for Tots, you’ll

receive discounts on wine, including 10% off

your first bottle at each winery.

Let’s end 2020 on a high note, shall we? We’ve got 31 things—that’s

right, one for each day of December—to help spread some muchneeded

holiday cheer. Read, do, repeat!

2

1 Bake cookies (for 5

simple and scrumptious

recipes, turn to page 78)

and gift them to family,

friends, or neighbors. If

you’re not adept at baking,

send them a cookiedecorating

kit from Frank

Vilt’s Cakes (frankviltscakes.

com), instead.

Carry spare change when you go out

in case you bump into the Salvation

Army or someone down on their luck.

3 Corral a bunch of your friends and

family and go caroling in your

neighborhood. We could all use a song or

two.

4 Decorate the inside

and outside of your

home. Check out this

month’s holiday gift

guide (page 51) for some

décor ideas. And while

Holidays in the Hills

6 Volunteer at a homeless shelter

during the coldest and possibly most

difficult time of year to be without a home.

Hart of Folsom (hartoffolsom.org) assists the

homeless during winter months, as does

The Gathering Inn (thegatheringinn.com) in

Roseville, and Only Kindness (onlykindness.

net) in Placerville.

7 Show some appreciation for your

delivery person, teacher, mail carrier,

garbage collector, gardener, or house cleaner

with gift cards to local restaurants,

stationery, hand sanitizer, warm gloves,

holiday sweets, etc.

8 Donate to a food bank. We’ve

profiled many great organizations in

STYLE. Check out stylemg.com for more on

what they do. A simple Google search in

your area should also point you in the right

direction.

9 Greet or compliment a stranger. A

simple “Happy Holidays” or “Merry

Christmas” could make someone’s day. As

could: “I love your face mask!”

10 Phone your parents, grandparents,

aunts, uncles, or long-lost friends that

you haven’t spoken to in a while. And no,

texting doesn’t count.

11 Alternatively, you could snail mail

them holiday cards (with a personal

note) or handwritten letters. Once you’ve

done that, venture out and sign up for a pen

pal at PenPal World (penpalworld.com) or

Snail Mail Penpals (snailmailpenpals.net).

12 Perform random acts of kindness:

put away someone’s shopping cart, hold

the door for someone, pay for the person

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behind you at the coffee shop…

if the opportunity presents

itself, make the most of it.

13

Tip generously.

14 Donate blood. One pint

of blood can save up to

three lives. Look for your

nearest Vitalant Blood

Donation Center (vitalant.org/

home.aspx) and make an

appointment ASAP.

15 Send a care package to

someone in the military.

Pick up free military care

package kits from the USPS. If

you don’t know a service

member, visit anysoldier.org to

find a name and overseas

mailing address.

16 Send someone flowers.

You could also pick up a

potted plant and drop it off for

someone special. Aside from

the popular poinsettias,

Christmas cactus, orchids, and

even potted rosemary make

great green holiday gifts.

17 Donate money to a

cause you haven’t thought

of donating to before. Whether

it’s history, nature, the arts, or a

specific disease, someone can

definitely use your donation, no

matter the amount.

18 Donate to animal

shelters. It can be old

items like blankets and towels

or tennis balls and other play

things; or even pet food and

cleaning supplies. Money helps,

too!

19 Use your magic words:

“please,” “thank you,”

“excuse me,” “I’m sorry,” and

“you’re welcome.” No matter

how busy or stressed you are

when you’re out and about, a

little courtesy goes a long way.

20 Go plogging on your

next walk, hike or run.

Plogging is the Swedish trend

that combines jogging with

picking up litter along the way.

Carry gloves and trash or poop

bags.

21 Offer to pick up

groceries for a neighbor

or friend. Whether it’s an

elderly neighbor or a mom of

four neck-deep in diapers, you

could help check one thing off

their list.

22 Put away the

electronics for some

quality time with the fam. Talk,

play board games, go for a

walk, watch a holiday movie

sans cell phones, and make

some merry memories.

Donate blood

23 Dress up. Whether

it’s a crazy Christmas

sweater or a holiday

headband, spread some cheer

with your holiday gear.

24 Show first responders

gratitude. Know a

firefighter, nurse, or

paramedic? Gift cards to one

of our many local restaurants

and coffee shops are a great

way to say ‘thank you.’

25 Practice patience.

Whether it’s to withstand

a three-hour plane ride with a

crying baby behind you, or

wait behind someone with an

overloaded cart at checkout, it

doesn’t hurt to be patient. OK,

it might hurt a little, but you

can do it!

26 Have a virtual Secret

Santa with colleagues you

haven’t seen in a while (hello,

work-from-home) or extended

family. Gather names and wish

lists, pick a budget, draw names

using an app like Elfster or

Giftster and pick a date. Mail

gifts out and open them over

video chat.

27 Shop local. You’ll not

only find some unique

gifts but you’ll also contribute

to the community and local

economy. Don’t forget to leave

positive reviews online!

28 Be nice online. Keep

social media comments

polite and friendly. And while

you’re online, share anything

that’s helpful or will put a smile

on someone’s face.

29 Do drive-by greetings for

Christmas, Hannukah, New

Year’s, and everything in between.

Keep chalk markers, poster

boards, and sharpies at the ready.

30 Spread cheer not germs!

Maintain good hygiene, get

your flu shot, get tested for

COVID-19 if you need to, eat

healthy, and exercise (after you’ve

inhaled all that holiday food).

31 Set New Year’s

resolutions. Bonus points

if they involve spreading cheer

throughout 2021!

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Local G allery Roundup

by EMILY PETER-COREY

Local art is imperative to building a diverse and cultured community, and now

more than ever galleries need your support. We spoke with several to see how

they’ve pivoted amid the pandemic and reimagined how art can be shared.

Blue Line Arts

Harvest Shindig by Martha Jones

Art League of Lincoln’s Art Center

Located in the heart of Downtown

Roseville, Blue Line Arts has been

around since 1966 and through name and

location changes their original vision has

held true: to support the arts. In addition

to showcasing various artists’ works, Blue

Line Arts offers youth and adult programs

and is home to the Roseville Mural Project.

Currently, the gallery accepts reservations

for both self-guided and docent-guided

tours, as long as the group is 10 or less.

Masks and social distancing are required.

405 Vernon Street, Suite 100, Roseville, 916-

783-4117, bluelinearts.org, @bluelinearts

Though shut down for a time, the

Gallery at 48 Natoma has reopened

with welcome arms. Free, self-guided

tours on a variety of days are being

offered for individuals and groups

of up to 10 people, but a reservation

is required. “The gallery is following

current public health guidelines; all

visitors and staff are required to wear a

face covering while inside the building

and maintain social distancing at all

times,” shares Director Cindy Abraham.

The current exhibit running through

January 14, 2021, is Tea Time, which

showcases tea-themed oil paintings,

mosaics, and a selection of teapots. 48

Natoma Street, Folsom, 916-461-6601

folsom.ca.us/parks/facilities/gallery_at_48_

natoma.asp, @galleryat48natoma

The Art League of Lincoln’s Art

Center is currently open Wednesday

through Saturday from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

after being closed from March through

September. This month’s exhibit, Seasons

Imagined, runs through December 19,

and 2021 programs include high-level art

classes, full shows, their annual Clay Day

event, and more. Treasurer and Operations

Manager, Dotti May, shares a few ways

you can support the center, including

“buying artwork at the gift shop or ‘Online

Gallery Store,’ visiting, and becoming a

member of the Art League of Lincoln.”

Current safety precautions include taking

temperatures upon entering, requiring

masks, and limiting the number of guests.

580 Sixth Street, Lincoln, 916-209-3499,

artleagueoflincoln.org, @artleagueoflincoln

Auburn Old Town Gallery may

have to cancel events for now, but they’ve

worked hard to safely reopen six days

a week. “Supporting local businesses

is critical to overcoming the financial

impacts caused by the pandemic.

Shopping for unique gifts created by

local artists at our gallery helps us keep

the doors open. Wearing masks and

adhering to the safety protocol set in

place by the CDC helps ensure the safe

reopening of all businesses,” explains

Publicity Chair Susan Stoll. In addition

to featuring fine art and unique gifts,

the gallery also includes a feature wall

showcasing various themes throughout

the year (this month’s is “Gifts for the

Season” and features art under $50).

They’ve also launched an online shop

(aotgshop.com) full of work in various

mediums. 218 Washington Street, Auburn,

530-887-9150, auburnoldtowngallery.

com, @oldtowngallery

Auburn Old Town

Gallery

Art League of Lincoln photo by Patricia Lane. Auburn Old Town Gallery photo by Susan Stoll. Other photos courtesy of their

respective companies or organizations.

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Volution Gallery opened with the

idea that everyone deserves art, therefore

they collect and showcase unique, openedition

prints that are affordable and

easily accessible. Though the gallery

remains closed, they invite you to visit

their website where you can place an

order to be shipped or picked up curbside.

452 Main Street, Placerville, 530-748-7675,

volutiongallery.com, @volutiongallery

Gold Country Artists Gallery

Anita Rochelle Boutique & Fine Art

Placerville Art Gallery

Bank of America Gallery

Located within Anita Rochelle

Boutique & Fine Art is a collection

of work from members of the Sutter

Street Artists. But in addition to paintings

and ceramics, the boutique also sells

fashionable jewelry, clothing, and

accessories. Owner Anita Rochelle urges

locals to steer away from big-box stores,

if possible. “I would love people to at least

take a look at what the small shops have.”

Rochelle even offers private shopping

Mondays and Tuesdays (by appointment

only). 627 Sutter Street, Folsom, 916-501-7942,

sutterstreetartists.net, anitarochelle.

com, anitarochelleboutique

Gold Country Artists Gallery

is owned and operated by over 45

local, award-winning artists who also

showcase their work there. Current

hours are limited—noon to 5 p.m. every

day (except Tuesdays)—but they’re eager

to fully reopen when it’s safe to do so.

Featured art includes a diverse range

of paintings, photography, jewelry,

sculpture, and more. Fun fact: It’s also the

longest continuously running gallery in

the region. 379 Main Street, Placerville,

530-642-2944, goldcountryartistsgallery.

net, @goldcountryartistsgallery

Placerville Art Gallery—which is

full of local artists’ work ranging from

paintings and ceramics to jewelry and

photography prints of the region—is

currently offering private appointments by

request through their Facebook page, in

addition to curbside delivery and shipping.

352 Main Street, Placerville, 530-295-1100,

facebook.com/placervilleartgallery

Grizzly Gallery & Gifts features the

works of Bob and Shannon McClurg who

specialize in wood turning, beaded jewelry,

miniature painting, shell art, and more.

They’re open by appointment only and

also offer a small sampling of their pieces

for sale online. 1500 Stoney Wood Way,

Penryn, 916-663-4440, grizzlygallery.com

The Harris Center for the Arts has closed

indefinitely and with that the Bank

of America Gallery within it has

temporarily closed as well. However, they

have put their Folsom Arts Association

Membership Show online as a virtual

tour for free. Scroll through images from

some of the area’s most talented artists in

a variety of styles and mediums. 10 College

Parkway, Folsom, 916-608-6888, harriscenter.

net/visit/bank-of-america-gallery

High Hand Art Gallery recently closed,

but a few artists from the gallery created

a new venture: Persimmon Art

Gallery, featuring “high-quality work

from 16 local artists in various mediums,

including jewelry, painting, sculpture,

photography, ceramics, greeting cards,

and textiles,” shares Rebecca Martinez.

13466 Lincoln Way, 530-883-3557,

Auburn, persimmonartgallery.com

Made up of local artists, Art Studio

360 sits on Placerville’s bustling Main

Street and features artwork in myriad

mediums, including wood, clay, pencils,

fiber, jewelry, and more. Peruse the

vibrant gallery every day from 10:30

a.m.-5:30 p.m.; masks required. 360

Main Street, Placerville, 530-295-0360,

artstudio360.com, @artstudio360

Editor’s Note: Due to the ongoing

pandemic and changing public health

guidelines, we recommend calling each

respective gallery before visiting.

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Better

Not

Pout

7 Tips for

a Stress-

Free

Season

BY KOURTNEY JASON

Thanksgiving is over, and Christmas is right around the corner.

While it’s a joyful time of year, it’s also stressful, as we try to

make time for family and friends, find the perfect present,

and be present in each moment. We turned to local experts

to explain why the holidays can feel overwhelming, as well

as share tips on how to manage stress during the most

wonderful time of the year.

Gretta Smith, yoga teacher and owner of Ohana Moon Yoga, says the

holidays tend to be a stressful time because we defy the natural rhythms

of nature. “Winter is a season of hibernation with fewer hours of sunlight

and more hours of night, which should be devoted to more sleep,” she says.

“People fight these primal instincts with caffeine and overstimulation,

including overeating, overspending, and overexerting. A lack of sleep plus overstimulation

equals stress.”

A lot of the pressures we feel around the holidays stem from our own

internal expectations. “We put a lot of pressure on ourselves to do it all,” says

Joy Arnold, a 500 E-RYT yoga teacher, reiki master, and holistic health coach.

“We need to let go of the image we have in our heads of what the ‘perfect’

holiday is and what we ‘should’ be doing during this time. Instead, we need

to allow ourselves to be in the moment and enjoy the true meaning of the

holidays: spending time with those you love and appreciating all we have.”

Here are seven suggestions on ways to minimize holiday stress and put the

focus back on feeling grateful and enjoying each moment.

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1

WORK IT OUT

“Stress starts in the mind; however, we

feel it everywhere,” Smith says. “Yoga is a

practice that helps connect mind, body, and

spirit. When we go into active and passive

yoga poses to feel sensation in the body with

conscious breath, we’re able to quiet the

busy, loud, anxious mind and relieve stress.

As we close out an especially stressful year, I

recommend practicing yin or gentle yoga to

help ground your nervous system and calm

your mind. The combination of stillness and

slow, mindful breathing helps relieve physical,

mental, and emotional tension.”

Amitis Pourarian, owner of THE STUDIO

Martial Arts & Fitness, says exercise is a huge

stress reducer, as it provides a break from

having to deal with issues and an outlet for

stress. “What’s more, there are endorphins

released in the brain as a by-product of exercise,

which uplift our mood and our sense of wellbeing,”

she shares.

2

MAKE A BUDGET

“Make a budget and stay within it,”

Arnold recommends. “No one enjoys giving or

can relish the holiday season when they know

they’ve overspent and will have to face it come

January. The gift of giving is not about a dollar

amount; it’s the intention and energy behind

what we give.” Homemade presents never

go out of style. Who wouldn’t be grateful to

open a framed family picture, recipe book

filled with time-tested dishes, or a calendar of

birthdays with photos?

3

GIVE BACK

“Take time for yourself during the

holidays to break off and do things that

ground you and bring you joy,” Pourarian says.

“Creating space to be of service to others who

are less fortunate is a great stress reliever.”

Turn to page 22 for a list of ways you can be of

service this season.

4

CHOOSE AN INTENTION

“Take some quiet time to choose a word

or sentence for the holiday experience you

want and let it drive your commitment to a

stress-free holiday,” suggests Jenifer Novak

Landers, a professional certified coach at

Fully Expressed Potential. “For example, my

word is ‘resilience.’ I visualize myself in ease

and joy, being fully present to the magic of

every single holiday moment. When things get

messy or off track, (because they WILL!) I can

return to my word, resilience, and remember

to allow myself to practice it, rather than

pushing on my stress or fear, which only

makes it worse.”

5

JUST BREATHE

“When we’re stressed, our breath tends

to be shallow, erratic, and in the chest. This

actually causes the body to release more

stressor hormones, ultimately causing us to

be more stressed,” Arnold says. “No matter

where you are, try this. Close your eyes, sit up

tall, relax your shoulders, take a deep breath

in through your nose and sigh it out your

mouth, emptying your lungs completely. Now,

bring awareness to the belly, begin to sip the

air in through your nose to a count of five,

pause the breath, then exhale through the

nose slowly to a count of five.”

6

REFRAME & RESET

“Being aware of what thoughts or stories

you’re telling yourself about the holidays

will give you the option to choose a different

thought—or to at least think yourself into

a neutral place,” Novak Landers says. “You

can shift how you feel by choosing thoughts

that are more positive. In your mind, change

an anxious story into a relaxed one. When

the feeling of stress creeps in, ask yourself:

‘What do I need right now to feel loving about

myself?’ Or, ‘How can I be loving to ME right

now?’ And then do it. You’ll notice a big shift in

your energy. For example, old thought: I won’t

have time or energy for everything I want to

do. New thought: Even though my time is short,

I’m excited to be fully present with all I can do.

This is also a great opportunity to schedule

follow up time with people in 2021.” As you

navigate the extra stresses of COVID-19 during

the holidays, remember this. “Even though

the negativity of surrounding the pandemic

completely changes this year's holiday season,

choose to look for love in the smallest, simplest

things, especially within yourself. Love is

something you can focus on.”

7

TAKE TIME FOR YOU

“It can be 10 minutes in the morning, 10

minutes at night, or both! Better yet, make it

30 minutes,” Arnold says. “What you do during

this time is your choice, so long as it helps

you to feel at ease, calm, and grounded. Maybe

you go for a run, jump on your yoga mat, or

sip a cup of coffee outside and just be. The

important thing is that you take the time to

nourish and recharge yourself. Then, you’ll

have the energy and stamina to be present for

family, friends, and all the hustle and bustle of

the season.”

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Take a Hike

by RYAN MARTINEZ

WHERE THE WILD

THINGS ARE:

5 WAYS TO MAKE

A POSITIVE

ENVIRONMENTAL

IMPACT

1. Pack an extra bag for

litter. You should already be

properly storing your own

trash when out on the trail,

but picking up a can or protein

bar wrapper makes a huge

difference over time.

2. Always use reusable

water bottles. Bring a water

filter if needed.

3. If camping, camp away

from water sources

like lakes and streams to

help reduce the influx of

contaminants.

4. Use established trails

and camp spots to minimize

your impact to fragile

ecosystems.

Confluence +

Clementine Loop Trail

5. Never use open flames in

non-designated areas. One

misstep can destroy hundreds

of thousands of acres of

natural areas. Research the

area you’re visiting to make

sure you know the rules and

regulations before you enter

the wilderness.

Located In: Auburn.

Distance: 6.4-miles.

Difficulty Level: Moderate.

Know Before You Go: Arrive

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American River, Clementine Dam,

and California’s tallest bridge: the

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wintertime when temperatures

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Trail Notes: Bring plenty of water

and wear shoes with traction.

Please, practice Leave No Trace

ethics and protect our spaces.

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WINTER 2020

Taking It to the Streets:

How Marshall is Working with

Vulnerable Populations




Up In Smoke: How Smoking or Vaping Impacts Your Risk of COVID-19

Screening by the Numbers

Keeping Kids Moving While Distance Learning

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DID YOU KNOW

Tips to Improve

Your Emergency

Department Visit

Atrip to the emergency

department can be

stressful, whether

you’re there

for yourself or

accompanying a loved one. There’s a

stigma of long wait times associated

with ERs and it’s understandable

to want to get in and out as fast as

possible. With this in mind, the

Marshall Medical Center Emergency

Department staff has a few tips to help

you through the process.

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• Arrive with your insurance card,

medical history, list of medications,

allergies and names of doctors who’ve

provided you care in the past. If

possible, provide a list and timeline

of your symptoms to help the staff

understand what brought you to the

point of needing emergency care. Your

health history is the most significant

tool the staff has to help make the

most accurate diagnosis.

• Bring a health partner with you.

A health partner can help give the

medical history if you’re too ill, take

notes, ask questions and help you

follow discharge instructions. They

can also be your ride home.

• Use any wait time to make phone

calls to coordinate a ride home if

you’ll need one, ask a friend to care

for pets or pick up children from

school or day care and let your

doctor’s office know you’re in the

emergency department.

• It’s easy to let healthcare

professionals drive the conversation,

especially in such a tense, busy

environment. But make sure you

speak up and advocate for yourself—

tell the doctor or nurse everything—

even if it’s embarrassing—and make

sure to ask all your questions before

they discharge you.

• Before you use the restroom, ask

the staff if they think they’ll need a

urine sample. This simple step could

save you time and several bottles of

water later in your visit.

• When you’re discharged, ask for copies

of any tests or results so you can share

with your primary care provider.

• Do not leave until you fully

understand any test results, diagnoses

and discharge instructions.

The amount of time you spend waiting

in the Emergency Department will vary

based on what you’re there for, how

many other patients are there and the

severity of the cases. Those with risks

to life or limb are attended to first. Rest

assured the doctors, nurses and support

staff are doing everything they can to

move things along quickly.

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BETTER CARE FOR YOU

ABOUT MARSHALL

MEDICAL CENTER

Marshall Medical Center

is an independent,

nonprofit community

healthcare provider located in

the heart of the Sierra Foothills

between Sacramento and

South Lake Tahoe. Marshall

Medical Center includes

Marshall Hospital, a fully

accredited acute care facility

with 111 beds located in

Placerville; several outpatient

facilities in Cameron Park,

El Dorado Hills, Placerville

and Georgetown; and many

community health and

education programs. Marshall

has nearly 300 physicians

and a team of over 1,600

employees providing quality

healthcare services to over

175,000 residents of El

Dorado County.

For Your HEALTH is

published as a community

service by

MARSHALL MEDICAL CENTER

1100 Marshall Way

Placerville, CA 95667

telephone 530-622-1441

or 916-933-2273;

www.marshallmedical.org

It is intended to provide

information about health in

general as well as healthcare

services and resources available

in El Dorado County. Information

comes from a wide range of

medical experts. If you have any

concerns or questions about

specific content that may affect

your health, please contact your

healthcare provider.

To reach the editor of For Your

Health, contact Brittany Garcia

at 530-626-2816 or

bgarcia@marshallmedical.org

Up In Smoke:

How Smoking or Vaping

Impacts Your Risk of COVID-19

The dangers of smoking and vaping are

well documented. But how, specifically, do

these habits change your risk of contracting

COVID-19? And if you do become ill, how

will your experience differ from that of a

non-smoker or non-vaper? Ravi Chopra, MD,

of Marshall Pulmonology has answers to

common questions.

Q: If I smoke or vape, am I more likely to catch

COVID-19?

A: Not surprisingly, studies have shown that

those who smoke or vape are at a higher risk for

catching COVID-19. In fact, people who vape are

five to seven times more likely to catch it than

those who don’t smoke or vape. This higher risk

is due to an increased number of receptors in the

lungs where the virus attaches, which happens

when lung tissue is exposed to nicotine.

Q: If I do come down with COVID-19, will it be

worse for me than for a person who doesn’t

smoke or vape?

A: Once a person who smokes or vapes contracts

COVID-19, the respiratory symptoms will be more

severe and the damage to the lungs greater than

in non-smokers. They’ll have more complications

and will take longer to recover. Lung tissue is

very fragile; membranes are thin enough for

oxygen molecules to pass through into the blood

stream. Some of the symptoms of COVID-19

can cause scarring in the lungs, which is worse

for those who smoke or vape. This scarring

can cause coughing, shortness of breath and

reduce oxygenation of the blood, requiring the

use of supplemental oxygen. While some of this

scarring will heal over time, for some the need for

supplemental oxygen could be lifelong.

Q: Since I’ve already done the damage to my

lungs, will quitting now provide any benefits?

A: If you smoke or vape, you may think the

damage has already been done and there’s

no use quitting now. But with every cigarette

smoked, the cycle of inflammation in the lungs

restarts. It’s never too late to quit smoking or

vaping and see the immediate and long term

health benefits it brings.

If you need help to quit smoking or vaping,

there are lots of free resources online. Over-thecounter

aids such as nicotine gums, lozenges

and patches will ease the cravings as you try

to change your habits. You can also make

an appointment with a Marshall primary care

provider, who can prescribe medications to help

you quit. To find a doctor, visit marshallmedical.

org or call 530-622-1441.

For more information about Marshall Medical Center, visit www.marshallmedical.org or follow us on

Facebook/marshallmedicalcenter, twitter.com/MarshallMedical, on YouTube, LinkedIn and on Instagram

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COVER STORY

Taking It to

the Streets:

How Marshall

is Working with

Vulnerable

Populations

It’s Tuesday afternoon at Upper Room

Dining Hall in Placerville. Jim, a local

man who is currently without a home

or shelter, has come for a hot meal

before he faces a night out in the

cold. What’s different about this visit is that

Shaunda Crane, RN, from Marshall Medical

Center is there. Shaunda helps clients in the

Upper Room with wound care assistance,

a common condition for many homeless.

Jim has an infected wound and appreciates

instruction on how to care for himself. During

their conversation, Jim is able to open up

about some of his other health concerns.

He’s also diabetic and is having trouble

controlling his blood sugar on the street,

which lands him in the ER on occasion for

treatment. Shaunda is able to help him with

this before he takes his dinner to go. She

hopes to see him next week to check in with

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who meet certain requirements are

provided with temporary housing at a

motel in Pollock Pines. Phase three is

where people work on obtaining basic

necessities in order to find a permanent

home and employment, such as a

driver’s license, social security card, food

stamps, and a cell phone.

The program is goal-oriented, with each

person provided a check list or care plan

form to keep track of their tasks and to

know what comes next. The program

also teaches life skills in addition to

addressing health issues that may

be thwarting the ability to obtain safe,

stable housing. It’s been so successful

that other California counties look to El

Dorado County as an example for their

own programs.

him and to talk to him about his goals

for obtaining permanent or temporary

housing.

This weekly check in at Upper Room is

how Marshall’s Care Coordination for

Vulnerable Populations program started.

Conversations open up opportunities

to discuss health issues and other

challenges. Working closely with El

Dorado County’s Homeless Outreach

Team (HOT) and other assistance

organizations, Shaunda expanded

outreach efforts to include HOT’s

Trailer Days, where people can get

haircuts, laundry services, food, clothes

and more, as well as regular check

ins throughout the county to provide

medical support. It encompasses

many vulnerable populations, including

unsheltered, elderly, at-risk women and

the Latino community.

When the pandemic hit, Martin Entwistle,

Executive Director of Population Health

at Marshall, saw a need to help find

services for the county’s most vulnerable.

The effort dovetailed with Governor

Gavin Newsom’s Project Roomkey, an

executive order mandating California

Health and Human Services Agency

and Office of Emergency Services to

make hotels available as temporary

residences to quarantine and treat

individuals who have tested positive for

COVID-19. Many local organizations and

agencies, including Health and Human

Services, the El Dorado County Sheriff

and Placerville Police Departments,

the Public Health Department, and

Community Health Center, as well as

Snowline Hospice, Barton Hospital,

Veteran’s Services and more are working

together to coordinate the Navigation

Program, a three- phased program to

help address the needs of the homeless

community. Phase one of the program

is to address acute, immediate medical

needs including wound care, mental

health and addiction, blood sugar and

blood pressure management. Phase two

is Project Roomkey, where individuals

In a related effort, Marshall has

established the Multi-Visit Patient

(MVP) Program to address utilization

of health services in areas such as the

Emergency Department (ED). This is

a prime example of health services

that are misused and over-used by the

unsheltered, who tend to use the ED

for primary care. Due to the stigma that

surrounds homelessness, many are

hesitant to visit a primary care provider

out of fear of judgement so they wait

until they’re very sick and end up in the

ED. The goal of the MVP Program is to

treat chronic health problems so they are

more manageable and reduce some of

the burden on the ED.

These are examples of the programs

Marshall is taking part into assist and

improve the health and wellbeing of the

vulnerable. Marshall has a long tradition

of collaborating with the community.

Creating a culture of partnership with

organizations has earned Marshall

national recognition for civic leadership

in addition to patient outcomes and

value of care.

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FOUNDATION NEWS

Donations Made

Virtual Visits a Reality

said Maia Schneider, Executive Director

of Business Development for Marshall

Medical Center.

Although the initial surge of COVID-19

did not lead to the patient volume

Marshall Medical Center was prepared

for, they continue to watch the current

viral spread with caution, and Marshall

Foundation for Community Health

remains at the ready to help where

possible.

To support the wellbeing of the

residents of the Western Slope, visit

www.marshallfound.org/donate-now or

call (530) 642-9984.

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The COVID-19 pandemic

has changed our lives.

How we shop, attend

school, and how we visit

the doctor are all different

than they were just months ago.

Prior to this crisis, Marshall had already

been researching the possibility of

virtual visits, but suddenly the need

was urgent, Marshall Foundation for

Community Health jumped into action.

The COVID-19 Emergency Response

Fund was created in March 2020, and

the community came through with

donations. Within weeks, more than

$64,000 was raised to support the

impact of the virus on local healthcare

needs. At the top of the list of needs

was the ability for providers to care for

patients virtually, allowing for patient

appointments from the safety of home.

Thanks to many generous donors,

Marshall Foundation for Community

Health was able to procure 70 iPads

for physician use, making telehealth

for Marshall possible in a few short

weeks. “Since the deployment of the

iPads, telehealth has been widely

accepted and embraced by patients.

Virtual visits are vital to ensuring that

our patients, especially those with

chronic or acute issues, are treated in

a timely manner. ICU patients are also

able to communicate with their families,

alleviating their anxiety and isolation,”

JAMES WHIPPLE

ENDOWMENT

In honor of retired CEO James

Whipple’s 38 years of service to

Marshall Medical Center, Marshall

Foundation for Community Health,

in partnership with the Parker

Family Foundation, is proud to

announce the James Whipple

Endowment.

The public is invited to honor

James by contributing to this

fund. Money raised will support

Marshall employees in financial

crisis, a cause close to his heart.

To donate, visit marshallfound.org/

donate-now, or call the Foundation

at (530) 642-9984.

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FEATURE

Screening by

the Numbers

It’s easy these days to let routine

healthcare lapse. Especially during

these times, it’s important to keep up

with your regular health screenings.

Regular screenings lead to earlier

detection of medical issues including

certain types of cancer as well as chronic

health issues like diabetes and heart

conditions. Earlier detection in turn

results in to better outcomes and easier

disease management. Many screenings

are age specific. Here’s a guide to help

you determine what annual screenings

you’ll need and when.

Beginning at Ages 18 – 39

• Cholesterol – a cholesterol check

should be completed in your

twenties and then every five to

ten years once you turn 35.

• For women – a pap smear every

three years starting at age 21

Beginning at Ages 40 – 64

• Fasting blood sugar levels – to

check for signs of diabetes if

you’re obese

• Colonoscopy – at age 50 and every

three to ten years thereafter

• For women – mammograms every

other year starting at age 40 - 50

(earlier if you have a family history

of breast cancer)

• For men – annual prostate

screenings beginning at age 50

(earlier if you are high-risk) if you

choose

Age 65 and older

• Bone density study – starting at

age 65 every two to five years, or

age 60 if you’re high-risk

• Pneumococcal and shingles

vaccines

• Height and weight – shrinking

could be a sign of osteoporosis

Many of these and other screenings

can be done during your annual

physical with a Marshall doctor. During

this visit, your doctor will also likely

order routine blood work to screen

for other common issues like vitamin

deficiencies and cancer markers. To

make an appointment with a Marshall

doctor at any of our five convenient

locations throughout El Dorado

County, call 530-622-1441 or visit

marshallmedical.org.

ENHANCEMENTS TO

YOUR CARE

Marshall Medical Center is

dedicated to your care and wants

to help you live as healthy a life

as possible. Behind the scenes,

your primary care provider is part

of a larger care team to assist with

keeping your preventive care up-todate.

Your clinic’s Medical Director

is the captain of your care team.

In the coming months, you may

receive messages from the medical

director regarding your regular

screenings for breast cancer, colon

cancer, blood pressure and A1C

(blood sugar) to ensure you’re

receiving comprehensive care.

Your primary care doctor, physician

assistant or nurse practitioner is still

your main provider and will contact

you as usual with your test results

and plans for follow up care.

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Keeping Kids

Moving While

Distance Learning

“My daughters love dance video games. They’ll happily

spend an hour dancing along with the games’ routines.”

—Nanette

“We have step competitions with our smart watches.”

—Maria

“We do nature scavenger hunts while walking the pup. Elena

also likes to collect acorns for the squirrels.” —Erin G.

“We enjoy bicycling, scooters and hikes.” —Megan

“Family workouts! My youngest is assigned workouts for PE

via YouTube videos and we do them together as a family.”

—Jessica

“My kids love having fashion shows. Coolest outfit, craziest

outfit, best dance, etc.” —A.J.

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This pandemic has gone on longer

than any of us could have guessed it

would. We seem to have settled into

this new normal of wearing a mask

everywhere, not shaking hands

when we meet someone new, and

social distancing. Another aspect

of this new normal is distance learning for our kids. It

appears that the days of limiting screen time are long

gone now that the majority of the school day is spent in

front of a screen.

Keeping kids physically active is just as important a

component of their school day as math and reading.

Some might go for a family walk with the dog each

morning, or maybe the kids kick the soccer ball around

the yard for a bit before dinner. If you’re out of ideas for

being active, here are a few ideas to get you out of that rut:

“On the weekends, we like to hike and look for critters.

When we can’t get to a hiking location, the kids take their

magnifying glass to the trees and yard to look for bugs.”

—Ashley

“Swimming, hide and seek, scavenger hunts, random fitness

challenges (do twenty jumping jacks in thirty seconds!)”

—Erin G.

“We have laundry sorting parties, where I take my monster

pile of clean laundry, have the boys stand by a basket in the

living room, and throw their clothes to them. They try to

catch someone else’s clothes and keep their own in their own

basket.” —Vicki

“I pour out our bin of colorful plastic play balls and the girls

surf across the floor on boogey boards. Then they clean it all

up in exchange for a small chocolatey treat.” —Kathy

Whatever your kids are doing to stay active, try joining them.

After all, it’s important for adults to stay active too.

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this mean they were never successful

or couldn’t stay focused? Of course not.

Did life get in the way and health goals

get put on the back burner? Most likely.

Perhaps it’s time for a mental health

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words, write down the negative obstacles

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Local

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‘Tis the season to shop local. Luckily, our region is brimming with boutiques and other

mom-and-pop places selling fashionable and functional gifts for everyone on your list.

Most offer online shopping with free shipping or curbside pickup, too, so you have no

excuse not to support them this season. Keep reading for some of our favorite finds.

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Outdoor

Enthusiasts

3

1

5

4

2

6

1. 2021 Giant Roam

E+ GTS, $2,350 at

Bob’s Cycle Center,

378 North Sunrise

Boulevard, Suite

300, Roseville, 916-

784-2255; 9920 Fair

Oaks Boulevard,

Fair Oaks, 916-961-

6700, bobscyclecenter.

com

2. Arbor

Cosa Nostra

Snowboard, $399

at Clark’s Snow

Sports, locations

in Roseville,

Rancho Cordova,

and Auburn,

clarkssnowsports.com

3. Garmin Forerunner 45S,

$199.99, and On Cloudace

Women’s Running Shoes,

$200, at Gold Country Run

+ Sport, 4370 Town Center

Boulevard, Suite 150, El

Dorado Hills, 916-303-4786;

7610 Folsom-Auburn Road,

Suite 160, Folsom, 916-817-

1151, goldcountryrunandsport.com

4. SOLsumo

Inflatable

Classic Paddle

Board, $1,249 at

SUP California,

13385 Folsom

Boulevard,

Suite 400,

Folsom, 916-

294-0048,

supcalifornia.com

5. Callaway

MAVRIK

Driver, $499.95

at Granite Bay

Golf Club, 9600

Golf Club Drive,

Granite Bay,

916-791-7578,

clubcorp.com/

clubs/granite-baygolf-club

6. YETI Rambler

30 oz. Tumbler,

$34.99 at

Placerville

Hardware, 441

Main Street,

Placerville,

530-622-1151,

placervillehardwareinc.

com

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1

Foodies

5

3

6

Snooks photo by Dante Fontana. Other photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.

1. Arm & Yak

California

Brandy, $50 at

California Distilled

Spirits, 12205

Locksley Lane,

Suite 11, Auburn,

916-599-6541,

californiadistilledspirits.

com

4 2

2. Verve CULTURE

Artisan Citrus

Juicer, $89, and

High Desert

Botanicals Mini

Cocktail Bitters

Kits, $80 or $10 each,

at Ultimate Designs

& Kitchen Goods,

451 Main Street,

Suite 3, Placerville,

530-903-2229,

ultimatedesignkitchens.com

3. English

Toffee, $34 (1

lb.) at Snooks

Candies and

Chocolate

Factory,

731 Sutter

Street,

Folsom, 916-

985-0620,

snookscandies.

com

4. Camp Craft

Cranberry

Martini Cocktail,

$22 at Ambience

Floral Design

& Gifts, 1249

Pleasant Grove

Boulevard, Suite

100, Roseville,

916-786-6851,

ambiencefloral.com

5. 2017 Tatonka

Tempranillo, $34

at Lone Buffalo

Vineyards,

7505 Wise

Road, Auburn,

530-823-1159,

lonebuffalovineyards.

com

6. Samba Juice

Smoothie

IPA, $20 (4-

pack) at Red

Bus Brewing

Company,

802A Reading

Street, Folsom,

916-467-7790,

redbusbrew.com

7. Holiday Confetti

Cupcake, $3.35/

each or $36.18/dozen

at Icing on the

Cupcake, locations

in Folsom, Rocklin,

and Midtown

Sacramento,

916-303-4333,

icingonthecupcake.com

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6

Beauty

Queens

(& Kings)

2

4

5

3

1. DA Pigment

Correcting Pads, starts

at $69, DA Retinoin

5x, $98, and DA Lip

Plumper SPF 30, $37, at

Destination Aesthetics

Medical Spa, locations

in Folsom, Roseville,

Sacramento, and Elk

Grove, 916-844-4913,

destinationaesthetics.com

2. CRUX Supply Co.

Charcoal Grit Bar,

Tea Tree Toner, and

Hand Salve, $16 each

at Hogan Collective,

boutique-style online

marketplace based in

Folsom, 916-572-4118,

hogancollective.com

3. Éminence

Age

Corrective

Starter Set,

$79 at Pure

Glow Spa,

1725 Iron Point

Road, Suite

100, Folsom,

916-850-5876,

pureglowspa.com

4. This is 40 Healing

Salve, $15-$25,

and F**ken Perfect

Handcrafted Artisan

Soap, $8-$10 each, at

Bee Better Apothecary

& Soap, handmade in

Camino using natural

clays and botanicals,

209-484-1285,

beebetterapothecary.com

1

5. That’s Amore

Manicure,

starts at $25 at

Mimi’s Nails,

199 Blue Ravine

Road, Folsom,

916-467-7796,

cometomiminails.com

6. cbdMD

Revive Lotion,

$29 at Asante

Spa, 530 Post

Court, El

Dorado Hills,

916-933-8905,

asantespaedh.com

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Fashionistas

4

3

5

7

6

8

Rock Hill Boutique photo by Dante Fontana. Other photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.

1. Citizen Tsuno

Chronograph

Racer Watch,

$626.50, 14K

Petite Diamond

Signet Ring,

$599,and 14K

Diamond

Angel Wings

Necklace, $499,

at Adrian Blanco

Jewelry, 49

Natoma Street,

Suite H, Folsom,

916-260-5136,

adrianblancojewelry.

com

2. Pendleton

Plaid Shirt,

$154 at The

Clothes

Mine, 60

Main Street,

Suite 2,

Sutter Creek,

209-267-0417,

theclothesmine.

com

2

3. Ilse

Jacobsen

Plush Slip

On, $94 at

Blue Skies

Clothing &

Accessories,

466 Main

Street,

Placerville,

530-622-1589,

blueskiesclothing.

com

4. CC Tie Dye

Beanie, $34 at

Apricot Lane

Boutique,

330 Palladio

Parkway, Suite

2057, Folsom,

916-986-9132,

apricotlaneboutique.

com

5. Stella

Tote, $150

at Covet,

handmade

in Roseville,

312-231-8573,

covetcalifornia.

com

6. Nordic Beach

Wrap, $85, and

UNOde50 “Moody”

Bracelet, $125, at

Ambiance Boutique,

6608 Folsom Auburn

Road, Suite 8,

Folsom, 916-936-4471,

ambianceboutiquefolsom.

com

7. P.J. Salvage

Cozy Cuddlers

Pullover, $70

at Button Up

Boutique,

locations

in Folsom,

Roseville,

and Midtown

Sacramento,

buttonupboutique.

com

9

8. Matr Boomie

Ria Earrings,

$12.99, and

Matr Boomie

Kaia Necklace,

$18.99, at

Placerville

Food Co-op, 535

Placerville Drive,

Placerville,

530-621-3663,

placervillefood.

coop

9. Leather

Wrap

Bracelet,

$24.95 at

Rock Hill

Boutique,

1017 Galleria

Boulevard,

Suite 180,

Roseville,

916-780-0627,

facebook.com/

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Cool

Kids

5

3

2

1

6

7

4

1. Sugar Almond

Knee High Socks,

$6.50, and Crayon

Dinosaur Zipper

Footie, $32, at La

Piccolina Baby

Boutique, 110

Gateway Drive, Suite

110, Lincoln, 916-246-

9511, la-piccolina.com

2. Mermaids and

Scales Newcastle

Blanket, $50,

and Go, Dog. Go!

Swaddle Gift Set,

$45, at Newcastle

Classics, 1182

Roseville Parkway,

Suite 160, Roseville,

530-725-1344,

newcastleclassics.com

3. Green

Gingerbread

Bamboo Viscose

Swaddle + Hat

Set, $32 at Pixie

Spirit Boutique,

303 Riley

Street, Folsom,

916-544-2355,

pixiespiritboutique.

com

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4. GraviTrax

Starter Set,

$59.99, and Tiki

Toss Surf Original,

$29.99, at T.W.

Bonkers Toy &

Candy Emporium,

398 Main Street,

Placerville, 530-

642-2671, facebook.

com/bonkerstoystore

5. Pop Pop

Piano, $29.99,

and Drone

Home, $25.99,

at BrainyZoo

Toys, 13000

Folsom

Boulevard, Suite

1005, Folsom,

916-353-2966,

brainyzootoys.com

6. Strider 12

Sport Balance

Bike, $125 at

Team Cycle,

2555 Greenwood

Lane, Cameron

Park, 530-

676-0505,

teamcycleandtscafe.

com

7. Measuring

Up by Lily

LaMotte with

Illustrations

by Ann Xu,

$12.99 at Face

in a Book, 4359

Town Center

Boulevard,

Suite 113, El

Dorado Hills,

916-941-9401,

getyourfaceinabook.

com

Photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.


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Create lasting

memories

Special photo

opportunities

Family-owned

COVID-safe environment

Fun for the

whole family

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(530) 389-8989

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Home

Sweet

Homebodies

2

1. Chakra Balancing Flower

of Life Healing Crystal Grid,

$85 at Serenity Spa | Soul Yoga,

3984 Douglas Boulevard, Suite

150, Roseville, 916-797-8550;

350 Palladio Parkway, Suite

1975, Folsom, 916-542-7363,

serenityspaonline.com

1

3

4

2. Curated Gift Basket, $136.94

(includes pair of taper candles

& holders, two 100% linen

napkins, and Moroccan basket/

tray) at Brass + Oak, 320 Main

Street, Placerville, 530-497-5529,

brassandoakhome.com

3. Wash Your Hands Wood Sign,

$12.50 at Terra Cottage, designed

by local artist Seiko Lang of

Stardust by Seiko, 426 Vernon

Street, Roseville, 916-899-6721;

722 Sutter Street, Folsom, 916-

294-7923, terracottageshop.com

6

4. Ciao Pizza Oven, $1,699 at

Green Acres Nursery & Supply,

locations in Folsom, Roseville,

Rocklin, Sacramento, and Elk

Grove; idiggreenacres.com

5

7

5. Glittered Pine Bush in Vase,

$12.98 (bush); $24.98 (vase), at

Pottery World, 4419 Granite

Drive, Rocklin, 916-624-8080; 1006

White Rock Road, El Dorado Hills,

916-358-8788, potteryworld.com

6. Kuzco Indoor/Outdoor LED

Rechargeable Steeple Lantern,

$164-$187 at Lighting Unlimited,

2522 Merrychase Drive, Cameron

Park, 530-676-4716, lightingu.com

8

7. Ring Video Doorbell Pro, $429

(includes installation) at Folsom

Lock & Security, 711 East Bidwell

Street, Suite 8, Folsom, 916-985-

2708, folsomlocks.com

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9

8. Koa and Maple Wood Spatula

with Walnut Details, $20 at The

Spoon Man, handmade by artist

Roger Filippelli in Placerville, 530-

622-9696, thespoonman.net

9. Decorative Plate, $32, at

Remedy Rx Pharmacy, 1420

East Roseville Parkway, Suite

130, Roseville, 916-740-1600,

myremedyrx.com

10. Coyuchi Sequoia Blanket,

starts at $350 at European Sleep

Design, 6606 Folsom-Auburn

Road, Suite 5, Folsom, 916-800-

7403, sleepdesign.com

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Editor’s Picks

Pavon Natural Lounge

Chair, $499 at Article,

article.com

WHY WE LOVE IT: This

bold, beautiful peacock

chair will bring a touch

of boho into any abode.

Made of natural rattan

and trimmed with durable

resin bindings to keep

everything in place, it

serves as a picture-perfect place to open

presents or cozy up with a good book.

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Imperfect Foods

Holiday Box,

$24.99 at Imperfect

Foods, giftbox.

imperfectfoods.com

WHY WE LOVE IT:

Help fight food

waste and support

Feeding America with this thoughtfully

curated gift box. Gift recipients will go gaga

over the six cleverly curated, mouthwatering

snacks—each with their own rescue story—

including dried mango (initially considered

too “sunburnt”), nutty toffee bites, and

broken pretzel pieces covered in dark

chocolate and peppermint.

3

Take & Bake Churro

Kit, $23.99 at San

Diablo Artisan Churros,

sandiablochurros.com

WHY WE LOVE IT: Unlike

cookies, cakes, and

brownies, churros are one

dessert most people love

to eat but loathe to make.

Thanks to this kit, you can have deep-fried

happiness on demand. Simply reheat the 13,

pre-made, chilled churros; fill them with your

flavor of choice (options include dulce de

leche, Nutella, sweet cream, and raspberry);

and chow down.

1. Earth

Animal No-

Hide Chews,

$5.99-$14.99

at sBarkles,

850 East

Bidwell

Street, Suite

150, Folsom,

916-984-0102,

sbarkles.com

2. Wagnolia

Bakery Holiday

Toy, $17, and Dog

Pajamas, $30, at

The Posh Puppy

Boutique, 6671 Blue

Oaks Boulevard,

Suite 2, Rocklin,

916-435-3044,

poshpuppyboutique.

com

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3. Raised Right

Meat Bites for

Dogs & Cats,

$12.99 at Ben’s

Barketplace,

locations in

Roseville,

Lincoln, Citrus

Heights,

and Folsom,

bensbarketplace.com

4. Lupine

Padded Handle

Leash, starts

at $13.99 at

The Doggie

Bag, 1070

Pleasant Grove

Boulevard, Suite

100, Roseville,

916-789-9663,

thedoggiebag.com

5. Kong Tuggz

Sloth Toy

$19.99, and

Canada Pooch

Parka, $48.99,

at Bark Avenue,

locations in El

Dorado Hills,

Rocklin, and

Rancho Cordova,

barkavenueca.com

Vegan Box 2020, $56 at

Maria Nila, marianila.com

WHY WE LOVE IT: Crueltyfree,

climate-friendly, and

color-protecting hair care

that also smells amazing?

Maria Nila gives your

luscious locks all that, and

more. Produced in Sweden,

the 100% vegan brand rises above the rest

in terms of ingredients and ethics, and is the

perfect present for animal lovers who want to

turn heads.

Dyson V8 Absolute,

$449.99 at Dyson, dyson.com

WHY WE LOVE IT: Powerful,

lightweight, and cord-free,

the Dyson V8 Absolute offers

up to 40 minutes of fade-free

power, a whole-machine

HEPA filtration system, and

convenient no-touch bin

emptying. It also transforms to a handheld with

just one click for versatile cleaning in hard-toreach

areas and beyond.

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Presenting Style Magazine’s

Celebrate! special advertising

section, where some of our

area’s culinary pros showcase

the region’s best food and

drinks, and we highlight some

fun-filled holiday experiences.

When you visit or attend, make

sure you tell them you saw their

profile in Style!

We are proud to say that

our Brick’s family has

been going strong for

10 years now. We have enjoyed

making new friends as well as

cherishing our regular patrons.

A big thank you to our community and to all of those that

continue to love and support us. We look forward to another

wonderful year full of friends, food, and fun!

GREAT FOOD – LOCAL WINES – MICROBREWS ON TAP

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Bricks Eats & Drinks

482 Main Street | Placerville | 530-344-7757 | bricksonmainstreet.com

We have had the

pleasure of being

part of the Placerville

community for nine years now.

Cascada continues to strive to

give our patrons the best dining experience possible. We

serve an eclectic mix of Mexican favorites and California fresh

cuisine with a Latin flair in an upscale, urban setting without

the upscale price. Our full bar is anchored with local wines and

specialty margaritas made with premium tequilas and fresh

squeezed lime juice. Our friendly and professional staff serve

lunch and dinner seven days a week. So stop by and have

some fun. We look forward to seeing you.

Cascada Restaurant & Cantina

384 Main Street | Placerville

530-344-7757 | cascadainplacerville.com

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Kehret Vineyards pairs exquisite,

handcrafted wines with a spectacular

view, harmonizing your senses of

taste and sight. From the moment you

round the corner at the top of Mount Aukum

you will be delighted by the stunning views.

The mountainside vineyard provides a

marvelous location to experience great

wine and to enjoy life.

Kehret Vineyards specializes in bold world varietals. Experience

the Fair Play AVA with stunning views that sweep from the Sierra

to the Coastal Range. Bring a picnic and indulge your senses.

Now hosting small to medium weddings, special events and

corporate team meetings. Tasting Room Hours: Friday – Sunday

11:00am-5:00pm; Monday – Thursday by appointment

Kehret Vineyards

6781 Tower Rd. | Somerset | 209-245-3757 | kehretvineyards.com

Thank you for voting

us #1 Best Sushi

Michael Liu

and as a Best Chef

CONTACT

916-985-7778

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FOLSOM, CA 95630

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Wise Villa

Winery is the

only winery in

Placer County to feature

a full dining experience

complete with a Tuscanstyle

bistro, tasting bar,

professional waitstaff,

& culinary team. We use

only the highest quality

ingredients that are

sourced locally to craft

elegant, gourmet meals.

Wise Villa Winery is

pleased to announce

the addition of Marc

Riedel as our Head Chef.

Marc is widely known in

the Sacramento area as

a culinary master. Marc's

style is a superb fit for

Wise Villa Winery's

cuisine which pairs

perfectly with our wine.

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916-543-0323

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Thank you for voting us Best

Overall Restaurant 6 YEARS IN

A ROW in the El Dorado County

Foothills area! The Independent

Restaurant and Bar provides an

outstanding American fusion menu and a top-tier full bar staffed

by a friendly, energetic crew.

The scratch kitchen uses only the freshest ingredients in creating

exceptional grill and seafood entrées. Dine under the stars virtually

year-round on the beautiful outdoor private patio! Join us Sunday

mornings for our outstanding Bloody Mary Bar and on Weekdays,

check out our drink specials and bar-only nosh offered at Happy

Hour from 2-6! Open 5 days/week for Lunch & Dinner.

The Independent Restaurant and Bar

629 Main St. | Placerville

530-344-7645 | independentplacerville.com |

#1 FAVORITE ITALIAN RESTAURANT

16 YEARS IN A ROW!

Visconti’s is a family owned full service

restaurant in Folsom where we do our

best to make you feel at home each time

you come to visit. Our recipes come from past

generations of our family in Southern Italy, from

the regions of Calabria and Sicily. We are proud to

use only the freshest ingredients, imported meat,

cheese and wine. When you dine with our family

you feel at home where the flavors are savory, the

atmosphere is filled with love, and the ambiance is

old world traditional Italian life.

If you are wondering where to eat, we welcome

parties of any size no matter what the occasion!

We are a family friendly restaurant that is a perfect

place to celebrate anniversaries, weddings, and

birthdays. We can also host business meetings and

private parties. Open Tuesday through Saturday for

lunch and dinner, and Sundays for dinner only. We

are so proud of our rich traditions and history and

that pride goes into every dish we serve.

Thanks also for making Visconti’s Restaurant

Folsom’s Favorite Italian Restaurant for 16 years in

a row!

Visconti’s Ristorante

2700 East Bidwell St., Ste. 700 | Folsom

916-983-5181 | viscontisristorante.com

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| home & garden |

Go the

Distance

Virtual Learning Done Right

by KERRIE L. KELLY, FASID

LET THE SUN SHINE IN

According to the CDC, children ages 3-17

need at least 60 minutes of physical activity

per day. Ask your kids what they liked to

do in school and try to reinvent the time at

home, whether it’s doing an exercise video

together outside or with their friends via

Zoom, or going on a family bike ride or hike.

Recently my nephew went back to school, but only two

days a week, so plans needed to be made for the remaining

three days. One of my clients has three kids at home with

remote learning as the only option. With so much time

spent at home and inside, it’s more important now than

ever for kids to get movement and natural light as much as

possible. And why not? We live in California where we can

enjoy the outdoors 90% of the time. Outdoor learning offers

stimulating experiences and opportunities to connect with

nature. To inspire parents and kids, especially after months

on lockdown, we rounded up a few tips on how to introduce

outdoor learning to your kids at home.

ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS

When wintry weather beckons little

learners inside, it’s imperative to keep them

motivated by creating a space that’s light,

bright, organized, and inviting. Our learnfrom-home

must-haves?

• An ergonomic chair that will keep

kids productive for hours

• Natural light and fresh air coming

through a window

• Layered lighting for great Zoom calls

• Personal items to inspire throughout

the day

• Plenty of storage to tuck everything

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• A perfect playlist that’ll add

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motivate the kids. Whether it’s the front

porch, back patio, or side yard, it will be

a welcome environment for enhanced

learning opportunities. Have the whole

family choose fun, alfresco furniture

they can’t wait to sit on and accessorize

with outdoor throws and pillows. Class is

now in session—outside.

KEEP IT FUN & CREATIVE

Stock up on arts and crafts that might

be too messy for inside, from outdoor

painting and chalk art, to tie-dying or leaf

painting. If you feel low on inspiration,

Pinterest has plenty of ideas when it

comes to pumping up the creative.

PARK IT

Our local parks offer plenty of space to

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new view. Take an hour break and go

for a walk with the kids to the park for a

picnic and/or meditative moment. Bring

a blanket, yoga mats, and basket full of

snacks to allow your kids some exercise

and time to reset. Even though the jungle

gym might be off limits, they can play

fetch with Rover and run around the

grassy areas to burn off some steam

before heading back to their studies.

With parents looking to keep kids active

and entertained, new traditions have

started to take shape that offer families

a way to spend more time together—

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family. How will you bring in the fresh

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| eat & drink |

Dining Out

105 Noshery

PHOTOS

BY LORN RANDALL

BY DANTE FONTANA

“THE APTLY NAMED ‘CEDAR

PLANK SALMON, WITH THE

FEAR OF BECOMING BORING,

THE FLAVORS CHANGE

WEEKLY’ WAS LITERALLY

A MOUTHFUL—ONE OF

THE BEST (AND BIGGEST)

SALMON DISHES I’VE HAD IN

RECENT MEMORY.”

Cedar Plank Salmon

Randy Peters came home late one night a year or so ago. Lisa, his wife

and business partner, somewhat dismayed, asked him where he had

been. Before he could volunteer his excuse, Lisa fired back at him.

“You’ve been driving up and down Vernon Street looking for a vacancy

again, haven’t you?”

And so it is for the restauranteurs/caterers—not out carousing

after hours but searching for the perfect location to open their newest

endeavor: 105 Noshery. And find it they did, not so coincidentally, at 105 Vernon Street where

the Peters and their crew are bringing locally sourced food and beverages—alongside a

wealth of expertise—to the region.

I arrived a few minutes early for my 7 p.m. reservation and was seated at the bar. Indoor

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New York Steak

Garlic Shrimp

Better Than Brittle Mud Pie

seating was at a premium, especially during opening week and with

occupancy limitations, but I’m always comfortable sitting at a bar—

especially one that has over a dozen local beers on tap, an impressive

cocktail menu, and a well-thought-out wine list.

To start, I ordered the cast iron skillet-seared garlic shrimp,

featuring crumb-coated prawns bathed in a buttery broth. Dunking

the accompanying toast in said sauce made the appetizer even more

enjoyable.

Next up was the 16-ounce bone-in New York steak. Cooked perfectly

medium-rare—as were all of the proteins I sampled in three visits—

alongside Brussels sprouts sautéed with bourbon and bacon, the entrée

could’ve benefited from a bit of pan sauce, but the lardons combined

with the sprouts still made the dish a standout.

Save the best for last? Yes, definitely. The aptly named “Cedar Plank

Salmon, with the Fear of Becoming Boring, the Flavors Change Weekly”

was literally a mouthful—one of the best (and biggest) salmon dishes

I’ve had in recent memory. On this visit, the “weekly flavor” was lemon,

butter, and garlic. The chef, once again, executed the medium-rare

preparation to perfection. Paired with sautéed garlic spinach (I added a

squeeze of lemon) made for a winning combination.

105 Noshery is a welcome addition to the Vernon Street dining scene,

which has gained momentum over the past few years, and is a great

place to gather with friends morning (they also serve breakfast!), noon,

or night.

HOURS: 8 a.m.-3 p.m. (Sunday); closed

Monday; 8 a.m.-9 p.m. (Tuesday); 8 a.m.-

10 p.m. (Wednesday-Saturday)

TRY THIS: 105 Noshery Burger,

Chocolate Gravy & Biscuit, Kulakoesky’s

Reuben, Perry’s Lobster Torpedo Roll,

Sliced London Broil for Two, Cedar

Plank Salmon, Better Than Brittle Mud

Pie

DRINKS: Full bar (beer, wine, & cocktails)

TAB: $$

HEADS-UP: Happy hour Tuesday-Friday

from 4-7 p.m.; breakfast served daily

(full espresso bar, fresh-pressed juices,

homemade pastries); sidewalk/patio

dining; kids’ menu; exhibition kitchen;

event pavilion; located in a historic

building that’s over 60 years old; graband-go

offerings; “flight service”

includes three, .75-ounce pours of

bourbon, gin, vodka, tequila, mezcal,

and other spirits; bacon and pastrami

are cured and smoked in-house; live

music every Wednesday at 7 p.m.

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H BEST FOOD AND DRINK H

PIZZA

AMERICAN SPORTS BAR & GRILL

your neighborhood bar & grill

grill

We’re open for carryout and delivery,

7 days a week from 11-8. Along with

our full menu, we also have beer,

wine, and specialty cocktails. We

appreciate your support!

Order now at wallyspizzabar.com

Wally's Pizza Bar

4079 Cameron Park Drive

Cameron Park

530-677-5205

wallyspizzabar.com

Casual neighborhood bar and grill

specializing in craft beers. Featuring

over 20 beers on tap, great wine list

& a full bar. 12 big screen TV’s for all

your sports. MLB, NFL, NBA packages

so you can watch all of the games.

Happy hour–3-6pm M-F.

Folsom Tap House

25005 Blue Ravine Rd., Ste. #140

Folsom

916-292-5711

folsomtaphouse.com

AMERICAN

ITALIAN

italian cuisine

All of us at Relish would like to thank

our loyal clientele for supporting

us during these tough times. We

couldn't have done it without you.

Consistently voted best patio dining,

we invite you to visit us to enjoy

our inviting patio with full bar. At

Relish we offer excellent quality and

enjoyable food.

Relish Burger Bar

1000 White Rock Rd

El Dorado Hills

916-933-3111

relishburgerbar.com

A restaurant dedicated to bringing the

flavors of Tuscany to our dining room.

Named after the Italian hometown of

2 of our founding partners, we offer

traditional cuisine of the Tuscany region,

as well as other recipes popular all over

Italy – simple dishes made to order with

the freshest of ingredients, and always

created and served with pride.

Vaiano Trattoria

7160 Douglas Blvd.

Granite Bay

916-780-0888

vaianotrattoria.com

AMERICAN

CANDY STORE/CONFECTIONER

The Independent presents an

outstanding American fusion menu

and a top-tier full bar. The scratch

kitchen uses only the freshest, finest

ingredients creating exceptional grill

and seafood entrées. The bar prides

itself on artisanal cocktails, freshsqueezed

juices, and house-made

mixers. Beautiful outdoor patio!

The Independent

Restaurant and Bar

629 Main Street, Placerville

530-344-7645

independentplacerville.com

A Family of Candy Makers since 1963.

With three generations of candy

makers, Snooks continues the tradition

of producing the finest freshly

made confections in Historic Folsom.

Thank you Folsom for your support.

Come Visit Us or Shop Online!

Snooks Candies

and Chocolate Factory

731 Sutter Street, Historic Folsom

916-985-0620

snookscandies.com

DESSERTS

ITALIAN

Icing on the Cupcake offers a wide

variety of cupcake flavors, including

gluten-free and vegan options that are

available every day at our three retail

locations. We also offer other sweet

treats, baked fresh daily including

brownies, pies, and cookie sandwiches

using the finest quality ingredients.

Icing on the Cupcake

3 locations to serve you

Rocklin. Folsom Palladio. Sacramento

916-303-4333

icingonthecupcake.com

At Visconti’s Ristorante, we’re honored

to cook for you as we cook for our own

family and we are proud to use only

the freshest ingredients and imported

meat, cheese, and wine. We welcome

you and look forward to serving you!

Visconti’s Ristorante

2700 E. Bidwell St., Ste. 700

Folsom

916-983-5181

viscontisristorante.com

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AS VOTED BY THE READERS OF STYLE MAGAZINE

WINERY/BISTRO

FRENCH

Wise Villa Winery is the only winery

in Placer County to feature a full

dining experience in our Tuscanstyle

bistro. We use only the highest

quality, locally sourced ingredients

that are hand crafted to perfectly

pair with our award-winning wines.

Wise Villa Winery

4200 Wise Rd.

Lincoln

916-543-0323

wisevillawinery.com

Combining the flavors of France

and the Mediterranean regions with

an emphasis on quality, seasonal,

and fresh locally grown ingredients.

The perfect location for private

dining, special events, wedding

celebrations, and corporate dinners/

presentations. Voted Best Overall

Restaurant 2020 in the Roseville

Granite Bay Rocklin area.

La Provence Restaurant

& Terrace

110 Diamond Creek Place

Roseville

916-789-2002

laprovenceroseville.com

MEXICAN

AMERICAN

Cascada is your Main Street

Placerville destination for the finest

Mexican cuisine and best cocktails.

Stop by and take in the Bell Tower

views while enjoying an authentic

south-of-the-border delight and a

handcrafted cocktail! See why we

are consistently voted a favorite by

Style readers.

Cascada Restaurant & Cantina

384 Main Street

Placerville

530-344-7757

cascadainplacerville.com

Great food and drink meet at Bricks!

Gourmet crafted burgers, satisfying

salads and hearty dishes will delight

all appetites! Bring friends and

family to dine in our uniquely casual

atmosphere, or relax at the bar with

a cocktail and a savory appetizer.

Bricks Eats & Drinks

482 Main Street

Placerville

530-303-3480

bricksonmainstreet.com

JAPANESE/SUSHI

ITALIAN

Since 1987, the award-winning Mikuni

restaurants have blended traditional

Japanese cuisine and sushi with

American innovation. Casual dining in a

loud, energetic atmosphere. The menu

features fresh, healthy seafood with

a generous menu for two option, an

extensive happy hour, and full bar.

Mikuni Sushi

4 Area Locations

www.mikunisushi.com

Best Italian Restaurant in El Dorado

County- voted #1 for eleven straight

years! Our old world family recipes

are sure to delight. We invite you to

enjoy an Italian family style feast or a

romantic night out at Papa Gianni’s...

your destination for an authentic

Italian meal. Buon Appetito!

Papa Gianni's Ristorante

3450 Palmer Dr., Suite 1

Cameron Park

530-672-2333

papagiannis.net

AMERICAN

COFFEE SHOP & CAFE

Celebrating our 13th year in business,

Heyday Café has been voted Best

Overall Restaurant, Best Salad Place,

Best Casual Restaurant, and Best

Wine Bar! Heyday Café presents fresh

California cuisine with international

influences. Lunch 7 days and dinner 6

nights a week. Pouring over 40 wines!

Reservations are encouraged.

Heyday Café

325 Main Street

Placerville

530-626-9700

heydaycafe.com

The Bean Barn has two convenient

locations! 428 Placerville Drive and

4531 Missouri Flat Road. Offering a wide

variety of choices: espresso, brewed

coffee, iced & blended specialties,

smoothies, Screamers, Red Bull twists,

cold foam, iced green & black tea,

blended lemonades, muffins, cookies,

bagels oatmeal, and much more!

The Bean Barn

428 Placerville Dr.

4531 Missouri Flat Rd.

The Bean Barn Placerville

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| eat & drink | Taste

FOODIE FIND

MORE TASTY

TOASTS IN

TOWN

Forget butter and mass-produced

jarred jelly. Today’s toasts are

topped with creative ingredients

that run the gamut from sweet to

savory and are almost too pretty

to eat.

Strawberry Banana

Hazlenut Toast

(sprouted

wheat bread,

hazelnut spread,

strawberries,

bananas, coconut

flakes; gluten-free

available) at Vibe

Health Bar, 2770 East

Bidwell Street, Suite 500, Folsom,

916-990-5367, vibehealthbar.com;

additional locations in Sacramento

Monkey Business Toast (cinnamon

swirl bread, almond butter, sliced

bananas, raw almonds, cacao nibs)

at Argos Caffe, 195 Blue Ravine

Road, Suite 100, Folsom, 916-293-8256,

argoscaffe.com

Loaded Toast (your

choice of bread, base,

and two toppings;

can be made glutenfree

and/or vegan) at

Shady Coffee

& Tea, 325

Douglas Boulevard,

Roseville, 916-742-4117,

shadycoffeeandtea.com

Chocolate Fish Coffee Roasters // Strange name for a coffee shop, right, Chocolate Fish?

Here’s the explanation. “A chocolate fish is a fish-shaped confection indigenous to New Zealand given out as a ‘thank

you’ for a good deed.” The upshot of the unique name is that the owners, Edie and Andy Baker—who relocated here

from New Zealand over a decade ago—brought the Kiwi culture with them in their brewing style and philosophy. After

scanning the beverage menu—which includes down under favorites like a perfectly poured flat white and “fluffy”—I

ordered my standard Mocha (coffee purists, please don’t hate), which was to my standards—not too sweet with full

java flavor. And, of particular importance to many, it had the requisite presentation of latte art. Since I arrived during

weekend lunch hour, the pastry case had already been pillaged, so I moved my attention to the menu board and had

a eureka moment: Smashed Avo Toast with extra virgin olive oil, lemon, salt and pepper, and “the works” (thinly

sliced radish, micro basil, and dukkah (an Egyptian spice blend of nuts, cumin, and coriander). I also ordered the

locally roasted Almond Butter Toast with extra virgin olive oil, flaked salt, and “the works” (banana,

honey from The Bee Box, and ground cocoa nibs). All of their toasts—designed specifically for Chocolate

Check out

Chocolate Fish's

other café's in

East Sacramento

and Land Park.

Fish by chef Kevin O’Connor—start with EVOO and are prepared in-house from Sacramento-sourced

ingredients—including fresh-made sourdough from Bella Bru Café and seasonal preserves from The

Good Stuff (on their Jam Toast). Walk, bike, or drive over and give them a “double” shot! 25055 Blue

Ravine Road, Suite 100, Folsom, 916-358-9950, chocolatefishcoffee.com —Lorn Randall

Avocado Toast (pain au levain,

avocado, radish, salad greens,

house vinaigrette) at Bennett’s

Kitchen Bar Market, 1595

Eureka Road, Roseville, 916-750-5150,

bennettskitchen.com

Harvest Toast (organic, wholegrain,

seeded, non-GMO-certified

bread, apple butter, sliced pears, local

wildflower honey, pumpkin seeds,

warm spices; can be made gluten-free)

at Reset: Café By Day, 727 B

Sutter Street, Folsom, 916-358-9162,

resetfolsom.com

Motherlode Avocado Toast

(sourdough bread, whole-smashed

avocado, sesame tahini spread, feta,

bacon, sambal chili paste, lemon garlic

drizzle) at Foxwood Coffee &

Tea, 4068 Mother Lode Drive, Suite

A, Shingle Springs, 530-387-7445,

foxwoodcoffee.com

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Chocolate Fish Coffee Roasters photo by Dante Fontana


| eat & drink | Taste

Sweeten

the Season

5 Must-Make Christmas Cookies

BY MEGAN WISKUS

Peppermint Chocolate

Crunch Cookies

Submitted by Donna’s Delights, 8200 Sierra

College Boulevard, Suite D, Roseville,

916-234-6520, donnashealthytreats.com,

@donnas_delights

• *1 ¼ cups all-purpose flour

• 1/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder

• ½ tsp. baking powder

• ½ tsp. baking soda

• ½ tsp. instant espresso, optional

• ¼ tsp. coarse salt

• ½ cup cold unsalted butter, cubed

• ¾ cup sugar

• 1 large egg

• ¼ tsp. peppermint extract

• 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips

• 12 mini candy canes, or 3 regular-sized candy

canes, crushed

Preheat oven to 350 and line cookie sheets

with parchment paper.

Alfajores

Submitted by Pretty Sweet, 350 Palladio

Parkway, Suite 1935, Folsom,

916-805-5165, prettysweet.co,

@prettysweetdesserts

• 1 1/4 cups cornstarch

• 1 cup all-purpose flour

• 1 tsp. baking powder

• Pinch of salt

• 1/2 cup unsalted

butter

• 3/4 cup sugar

• 2 egg yolks

• 3 tbsp. milk

Filling & Decoration

• 1 can dulce de leche

• Powdered sugar, for

dusting

• Fine shredded

coconut or chopped

nuts, optional

Put cornstarch, flour, baking powder, and

pinch of salt in a bowl and sift.

In another bowl, mix butter and sugar at

medium speed until creamy. Add yolks and

mix until incorporated. Add dry mix and milk.

Cover with plastic and chill in refrigerator for

20-30 minutes.

Preheat oven to 325 and cover a sheet pan

with parchment paper.

With a rolling pin, roll the dough on a lightly

floured surface until you have a thickness

of 1/8”. Cut 2” circles or any desired shape,

and place on sheet pan. Bake for about 10

minutes. Note: Cookies should be pale in

color and not golden brown. Cool completely.

Spread about two teaspoons of dulce

de leche on the flat part of the cookie.

Sandwich together with another cookie,

roll the sides on the shredded coconut or

chopped nuts, and dust with powdered

sugar.

In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour,

cocoa powder, baking powder, baking soda,

espresso (if using), and salt. Set aside.

In a bowl with a stand mixer (or using a

hand mixer), combine the butter and sugar

on medium-high until light and fluffy, 2-3

minutes. Add the egg and peppermint

extract. Beat until combined, about 1

minute, scraping the side of the bowl as

needed. With the mixer on low, slowly

add the flour mixture and stir until just

incorporated. Stir in the chocolate chips.

Scoop a heaping tablespoon of dough

and roll into a ball. Slightly flatten it and

press the top into crushed candy cane bits.

Repeat with remaining dough and place on

prepared cookie sheet 1 ½ inches apart.

Bake 10-12 minutes, until edges are firm and

the center is still soft. Let cool on the cookie

sheets 5-10 minutes, then transfer to a wire

rack to cool completely.

*The flour can be substituted with a glutenfree

flour mix, almond flour, or coconut

flour.

Alfajores photo by Ray Burgess. Donna's Delights photo by Taylor Gillespie.

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Candy Cane Cookies

Submitted by The Yummy Cookie, 10305

Fairway Drive, Suite 110, Roseville,

916-771-2798, theyummycookie.com,

@theyummycookie

• 3/4 cup butter

• 3/4 cup sugar

• 1/4 tsp. sea salt

• 1 tsp. vanilla bean paste

• *1 tsp. peppermint extract

• 1 egg

• 2-3/4 cups unbleached flour

• 2 tbsp. cornstarch

• 3/4 tsp. baking soda

• 3/4 tsp. baking powder

• 1 tsp. red food coloring

Chewy Ginger

Molasses Cookies

Submitted by Frank Vilt’s Cakes,

4100 Cameron Park Drive, Suite

117, Cameron Park, 530-409-7046,

frankviltscakes.com, @frankviltscakes

• 3/4 cup butter

• 1 cup sugar

• 1 egg

• ¼ cup molasses

• 2 cups flour

• 2 tsp. baking soda

• 1 tsp. ground cinnamon

• ½ tsp. ground cloves

• Pinch of nutmeg

• ½ tsp. salt

• ½ tsp. ginger

Cream the butter and

sugar together. Add

egg and molasses.

Combine the dry

ingredients and blend

into the molasses

mixture. Preheat oven

to 350. Portion dough

into desired cookie

size and bake for 10-

12 minutes.

The Yummy Cookie and Frank Vilt's Cakes photos by Dante Fontana. North Fork Chai Co. photo by Mary Vega.

Cream together the butter, sugar, salt, vanilla,

and peppermint extract for about 5 minutes

on low and 10 minutes on medium, scraping

the sides of the bowl as needed. Add the

egg and mix for about 1 minute on low and 3

minutes on medium.

In a separate bowl, sift togehter the flour,

cornstarch, baking soda, and baking powder.

Add the dry ingredients to the butter mixture

and stir together, being careful not to

overmix.

Separate your dough into 2 equal parts, put

them in separate mixing bowls, and stir in the

red food coloring to one of the bowls. Keep

both bowls covered with a bread towel or

baking paper.

Preheat oven to 375. Roll the dough into

portioned balls, about the size of a walnut or

tablespoon, depending on how big you want

your candy canes to be. Next, roll them into

ropes, keeping the dough you aren’t using

covered. Place 1 red and 1 white rope side by

side; press together lightly and twist until it

has a candy cane shape. Place on a baking

sheet 2 inches apart. Bake on the middle rack

for about 12 minutes, turning the tray halfway

through. Let cookies cool on baking sheet.

*If you don’t like the flavor of peppermint,

vanilla or almond extract works, too.

Chai Sugar Cookies

Submitted by North Fork Chai Co., 661

Newcastle Road, Suite B, Newcastle,

916-663-3675, northforkchaico.com,

@northforkchaico

• 1 cup butter

• 1/2 cup sugar

• 2 eggs

• 1/2 cup chai

concentrate

• 3 cups all-purpose

flour

• 1 tbsp. baking powder

• 1/4 tsp. sea salt

• Cinnamon & sugar,

for topping

Frosting

• 16 oz. cream

cheese,

softened

• 8 oz. butter,

softened

• 2 1/2 cups

powdered sugar

• 1 cup chai

concentrate

Cream together the butter and sugar on mediumhigh

until light and fluffy, about 2-3 minutes. Add

eggs and chai concentrate and mix on medium-high

until emulsified with the butter and sugar. Next, add

flour, baking powder, and sea salt.

Using a small scoop or spoon, make 1-inch balls and

place on a parchment-lined baking sheet. When

all the dough has been scooped, place trays in the

refrigerator and chill for about 30 minutes.

Preheat oven to 325. Smash cookies with palm evenly

and bake for 12 minutes. Cool to room temperature.

Make frosting. Cream together the cream cheese

and butter. With the mixer on low, add the powdered

sugar. Gently pour in the chai concentrate and mix on

low until fully incorporated. Using a pastry bag fitted

with a large star pastry tip, pipe the frosting onto

each cookie. Sprinkle with a little cinnamon and sugar.

Keep finished cookies refrigerated.

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| eat & drink | Sip on This

Winter Warmers

5 Festive Drinks

Savor the season with these creative concoctions that are

bound to make spirits bright. —by Tara Mendanha

Irish Coffee at

Bennett's Kitchen

Bar Market

Nutty Iced Coffee at

FLB Entertainment Center

Eggnog Latte at The Bean Barn

Feeling a bit under the

weather? Fear not. The

Blood Orange Hot

Toddy at Sienna will fix you

in a jiffy. Bask in a beautiful

blend of bourbon, orange

liqueur, and blood orange

bitters and say goodbye to

all your winter woes. 3909

Park Drive, El Dorado Hills,

916-941-9694; 1480 Eureka

Road, Roseville, 916-771-4700,

siennarestaurants.com

Blood Orange Hot Toddy at Sienna

FLB Entertainment Center

in Folsom is calling with its

seductively sweet Nutty

Iced Coffee—a tantalizing,

buzzworthy blend of coffee

and hazelnut liqueurs along

with Irish cream and a garnish

of cinnamon. It’s the only kind

of entertainment you’ll need

this season. 511 East Bidwell

Street, Folsom, 916-983-4411,

flb365.com

The Bean Barn is ready

to provide all the holiday

sustenance you could

possibly need. From pumpkin

spice and maple mochas

to gingerbread chai and

chestnut praline lattes,

they’ve got it all. Try their

Eggnog Latte for a rich,

creamy treat that’ll warm you

to your core. 428 Placerville

Drive, Placerville, 530-622-

2758; 4531 Missouri Flat Road,

530-621-0602

The Fig Tree Coffee, Art &

Music Lounge in Roseville

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Restaurant Guide

Featuring restaurants and eateries in Folsom, El Dorado Hills, Granite Bay, Roseville, Rocklin, and beyond.

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EL DORADO HILLS

36 Handles Public House

1010 White Rock Rd., Ste. 100, 916-941-3606.

American. Grab a cold beer from any of their 36

rotating taps while digging in to delicious American

gastropub food. Attend one of their many events or

join their Mug Club and get a custom, oversized mug

and special deals. L/D $$

Bamiyan

1121 White Rock Rd., 916-941-8787. Afghan. Since 2003,

Bamiyan has been serving delicious Afghan cuisine,

including ashak, mantoo, and bolani. Vegan options.

Closed Sunday. L/D $$

BLVD 41

4364 Town Center Blvd., Ste. 134, 916-235-2337. Pizza.

Craft your own experience with custom-made pizzas,

signature salads, and 41 craft beers and wines on tap.

Assigned wristbands allow the suds—and good times—

to flow freely inside or out. L/D | $$

Folsom Palace

3941 Park Dr., Ste 10, 916-936-0808. Asian Fusion.

Food prepared the healthy way, using only natural and

fresh ingredients with low sodium, less oil and no MSG.

Daily Lunch Specials. L/D $$

Milestone Restaurant

4359 Town Center Blvd., Ste. 116, El Dorado Hills,

916-934-0790, American. Seasonal food, wine, beer, and

cocktails await at this contemporary, hip space with

an outdoor patio. They offer open-face sandwiches,

cheese & deli plates, and other delicious New American

offerings. L/D/ $$

Relish Burger Bar

1000 White Rock Rd., 916-933-3111. American. Stop by

to enjoy delicious-tasting burgers, salads, loaded

nachos, beer-battered onion rings, and more at one of

El Dorado Hills’ finest burger joints. Spacious patio and

weekly events. L/D $$

Selland’s Market Café

4370 Town Center Blvd., 916-932-5025. Café/

Bakery. Seasonal, healthy, and house-made

menu items including eclectic sandwiches and

hearty entrées and sides, leafy green salads,

pizzas, and delectable desserts. Sunday brunch.

L/D $$

Sienna Restaurant

3909 Park Dr., 916-941-9694. American. This

award-winning restaurant’s specialties include

wood-fired pizzas, fresh fish, hand-cut steaks,

and a large selection of appetizers. Friday lunch

and Sunday brunch. D $$

Sky Sushi

3907 Park Dr., 916-941-6311. Japanese. Since 2005,

Sky Sushi has been serving fresh and tasty rolls at

reasonable prices. Located in La Borgata, it offers

stylish environs and artistically presented plates.

L/D $$

Thai Paradise EDH

4361 Town Center Blvd., 916-939-0389. Thai. Second

location for Thai Paradise of Folsom voted “Best Thai

Restaurant” for the past 11 years. Serving authentic,

delicious and healthy Thai food. Menu includes the

best dishes from Folsom plus specials. L/D $$

Umi Sushi

1121 White Rock Rd., Ste. 105, 916-586-9444. Japanese. The

super fresh fish and pretty presentation will please

both your appetite and eyes. A non-sushi menu (like

delicious bento boxes and udon) is offered as well.

Closed Sunday. L/D $$

Windplay Deli

5003 Windplay Dr., Ste. 1, 916-933-9099. Deli. Located in

EDH business park, Windplay Deli is a great lunch hour

spot. Owner-operated, they strive to create sandwiches

to your preference by accommodating all palates.

Closed weekends. B/L $

FOLSOM

Bacchus House Wine Bar & Bistro

1004 East Bidwell St., Ste. 100, 916-984-7500. New

American. One of Folsom’s most praiseworthy

eateries—thanks to extensive wine offerings and

seasonal, globally influenced dishes that utilize fresh

fare from local farms. Closed Monday. L/D $$

Chicago Fire

310 Palladio Pkwy., Ste. 701, 916-984-0140. Pizza.

Offering a variety of menu items inspired by the

Windy City, from meaty Italian beef sandwiches and a

“Chicago Dog” to the deepest and cheesiest pizza in

town. L/D $$

Ciro’s Pizza Café

241 Blue Ravine Rd., Folsom, 916-983-5757. Pizza.

Hand-tossed pizzas crafted using dough made

in-house every day and fresh, local veggies and

ingredients. Lunch buffet. L/D $$

Coffee Republic

6610 Folsom-Auburn Rd., Folsom, 916-987-8001.

Café/Bakery. Cozy brick-and-wood café offering

a variety of sandwiches, salads, and sweet teas,

in addition to extensive coffee beverages. Vegan

options. B/L/D $$

Corner Tavern & Grill

700 Glenn Dr., Ste. 170, Folsom, 916-467-7800. American.

Pizza. Sports Bar. Everyone knows your name at this

gastro tavern that serves elegant, East Coast-inspired

comfort food, including burgers, salads, sandwiches,

soups, pastas, pizza, and more. Vegan options. Daily

specials. Weekend brunch. L/D $$

Costa Vida Fresh Mexican Grill

2791 East Bidwell St., Ste. 100B, 916-597-1008. Mexican.

Costa Vida is awash with the flavors of coastal

Mexico. Inspired by nautical vibes and healthy

living, choose from burritos, tacos, nachos, salads,

and quesadillas, to name a few—and customize

your creation from there. L/D $

Curry Bowl

1870 Prairie City Rd. Ste. 500, Folsom, 916-467-7675.

Indian. Serving North and South Indian Cuisine along

with a daily lunch buffet comprising multiple mains,

sides, and desserts, Curry Bowl aims to please with it's

authentic dishes that cater to vegetarians and nonvegetarians,

alike. L/D $$

Curry Club Indian Bistro

196 Blue Ravine Rd., Ste. 130, 916-353-0855. Indian.

Dive into authentic Indian cuisine at this local favorite.

Avail of their lunch buffet where you can sample

multiple dishes for a fraction of the price. Regulars

go gaga for their vindaloo, palak paneer, and butter

chicken. L/D $$

Dolan's Bar & Grill

199 Blue Ravine Rd., 916-932-4750. Sports Bar. Irish.

American. Sit back and relax at this laid-back sports

pub that serves a fusion of traditional Irish fare and

California classics with a kick, including Carnitas Mac

'n Cheese, Bangin' Flatbread, and Shepherd's Pie.

Entertainment includes Friday night karaoke, live music

on Saturdays, darts, a pool table, six TVs, and a video

wall. Sunday brunch. L/D $$

Dos Coyotes

13885 Folsom Blvd., Ste. 100, 916-351-9750.

Mexican. Dos Coyotes offers an eclectic spin on

Southwestern dishes at affordable prices and prides

themselves on using fresh, local ingredients. Vegan

options. L/D $

Fat’s Asia Bistro

2585 Iron Point Rd., 916-983-1133. Asian Fusion/

Chinese/Seafood. Named the region’s favorite Asian

restaurant for more than 10 years in a row, Fat’s

specializes in handmade dim sum, banana cream pie

(Frank Fat’s recipe), and other high-quality dishes.

L/D $$

FLB Entertainment Center

511 East Bidwell St., 916-983-4411. American.

Bowling, a casino, and sports bar are just part of the fun

that awaits at FLB Entertainment Center. They also

offer a full grill with veggie-packed salads and wraps,

burgers, sandwiches, pizza, and breakfast items.

Late-night dining. B/L/D $$

Folsom Dam Grill

97 Natoma St., 916-790-8805. American.

Expect good eats, good drinks, and good fun at this

eatery that serves playfully named plates for all palates,

including street tacos, burgers, and sandwiches.

The classic lobster roll ("The Last Meal") with lemon,

tarragon, and mayo on a grilled, split-top bun is

particularly tasty, and best enjoyed on their spacious

patio. L/D $$

Folsom Palace

1169 Riley Street,916-983-8880. Asian Fusion. Food

prepared the healthy way, using only natural and fresh

ingredients with low sodium, less oil and no MSG. Daily

Lunch Specials. L/D $$

Folsom Tap House

25005 Blue Ravine Rd., Ste. 140., 916-292-5711.

American. Choices abound at Folsom Tap House!

Their extensive menu allows guests to choose from

draft and bottled beers, and their food menu has

options that’ll pair perfectly with whatever pint you

pick. L/D $$

Hacienda Del Rio

702 Sutter St., Ste. M, 916-351-1800. Mexican. Since

1979, Hacienda has been dishing up authentic

Mexican favorites like Fajitas Del Rio and Chimi

Especial, alongside chips, spicy green salsa, and

handcrafted margaritas. Weekend brunch and

spacious patio. L/D $$

Hasu Teriyaki & Sushi

25075 Blue Ravine Rd., Ste. 120, 916-983-7777. Japanese.

Enjoy the delicious food, friendly service, and cozy

atmosphere at Hasu. The menu features a wide variety

of traditional Japanese dishes guaranteed to please.

Vegan options. Closed Tuesday. L/D $

Hisui Sushi

25004 Blue Ravine Rd., Ste. 107, 916-985-7778.

Japanese. Combining traditional Japanese cuisine with

a creative and contemporary flair, Hisui focuses on

serving food made using fresh, healthy ingredients.

Closed Monday. L/D $$

Iron Horse Tavern

460 Palladio Pkwy., 916-618-4322. New American.

Grab a seat on the spacious patio with TVs at this

hip gastropub that serves up eclectic American fare,

including a Mac & Cheese Bar, Brandy Fried Chicken

Nuggets, and weekend brunch with Stuffed French

Toast, a Breakfast Board, and bottomless mimosas.

Their craft cocktails, myriad mocktails, and over 25

beers can't be missed either. L/D $$

Julian's Pâtisserie and Café

6610 Folsom-Auburn Rd., Ste. 7, 916-936-4735.

Bakery/Café. Julian's Pâtisserie is full of European treats,

creative crêpes (both sweet and savory), and more—all

of which are made from scratch with nothing but the

finest ingredients. Closed Tuesday. B/L $

Karen’s Bakery and Café

705 Gold Lake Dr., Ste. 340, 916-985-2665. Bakery/

Café. Bakery items here are based on European

traditions and feature seasonal ingredients with a

creative approach. The picturesque patio is perfect for

catching up with friends over coffee or lunch. Closed

Sunday. B/L $$

Land Ocean New American Grill

2720 East Bidwell St., 916-983-7000. New American.

Land Ocean offers distinctive menus that include

hand-cut steaks, wood-fired rotisserie, fresh seafood,

and delectable desserts. Weekend brunch. L/D $$

La Rosa Blanca

402 Natoma St., 916-673-9085. Mexican. You’re part of

the family at La Rosa Blanca. From fajitas and tostadas

to tortas, soups, and salads, you can expect

great-tasting food, generous portions, and a festive

environment. L/D $

Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar

300 Palladio Pkwy., Folsom, 916-378-4660. American.

Enjoy a sizeable, seasonal menu full of eclectic,

gastropub-style offerings that include salads, bowls,

burgers, pastas, desserts, and even an impressive kids’

menu. Weekend brunch. L/D $$

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Lotus 8

199 Blue Ravine Rd., Ste. 100. 916-351-9278. Chinese.

This eatery serves authentic Chinese food with a

modern twist, such as orange chicken that manages to

be both saucy yet incredibly crispy at the same time.

Lunch dishes come with soup and your choice of chow

mein or fried rice. L/D $$

Mas Taco Bar

450 Palladio Pkwy., 916-597-2929. Mexican.

From creative tacos that run the gamut from pork belly

and duck confit, to Korean fried chicken and fried

oysters, Mas' menu also features appetizers, bowls, and

desserts. When it comes to wetting your whistle, the

cocktail menu—all handmade with fresh ingredients—

has you covered! The bar also boasts over 50 types of

tequila. B/L/D $$

Mel's Diner

13399 Folsom Blvd., 916-985-7337, American. Whether

morning, noon, or night, step into yesteryear at this

local diner that serves all-American family favorites like

country fried steak, burgers, fried chicken, milkshakes,

and more. B/L/D $$

Mexquite

25095 Blue Ravine Rd., 916-984-8607. Mexican.

Mexquite provides mouthwatering Mexican cuisine,

plus a lively interior and spacious, dog-friendly patio.

Patrons particularly love their ceviche, margaritas, and

carnitas. Weekend brunch. L/D $$

Mezcalito Oaxacan Cuisine

187 Blue Ravine Rd., Ste. 160, 916-351-0900. Oaxacan.

Savor authentic flavors from Oaxaca at this eatery

known for their complex mole, tlayudas, and other

flavor-filled plates, including plenty of vegetarian and

seafood options. Don't forget to save room for dessert:

The churros and mezcal ice cream are a fan favorite.

L/D $$

Mikuni

185 Placerville Rd., Ste. 100, Folsom, 916-934-5250.

Japanese. In addition to sushi, traditional Japanese

dishes, and modern twists on classics, Mikuni offers

a gluten-free menu, party platters, and happy hour

specials—all made using great attention to detail

and fresh ingredients. L/D $$

Mountain Mike's Pizza

25075 Blue Ravine Rd Suite 150, Folsom, 916-817-

1207. Pizza. A family-friendly favorite, Mountain Mikes

promises the crispiest, curliest pepperoni and the

freshest ingredients on their pizza. They also offer

mouthwatering wings, an all-you-can-eat salad bar, and

pizza buffet lunch. L/D $$

Mylapore

1760 Prairie City Rd., Ste. 160., 916-985-3500. Indian.

With South Indian roots, Mylapore serves fresh, healthy,

scratch-made food that’s entirely vegetarian. Their

breakfast, daily specials, and dosa happy hour are not

to be missed. B/L/D $$

Rock-N-Fire

1010 Riley St., Ste. 4, 916-673-9474. Pizza/American/

Mexican. Ever heard of a burger bowl? Try it at this

unique eatery that serves up flavor-packed fare—

including custom-built (and signature) pizzas, burgers

and said burger bowls, salads, nachos, tacos, and

more—with speedy, friendly service at affordable prices.

L/D $$

Ruchi Indian Cuisine

601 East Bidwell St., 916-983-2871. Indian. Ruchi’s

accommodating menu has a variety of North and

South Indian dishes, including a lengthy list of

vegetarian entrées, as well as a lunch buffet and weekly

specials. L/D $$

Rudy’s Hideaway

12303 Folsom Blvd., 916-351-0606. Seafood/Steakhouse.

Rudy’s is a seafood-lover’s delight and features a

mouthwatering selection of nautical noshes plus meltin-your-mouth

steaks and lunch specials. L/D $$

Sacramento Pizza Company

2700 East Bidwell St., Ste. 500, 916-673-9754. Pizza.

Choose your crust, sauce, cheese, meats, and unlimited

toppings at this pizza lover’s paradise. The locally

sourced ingredients and scratch-made dough results in

pie perfection. Vegan cheese and gluten-free crust

available. L/D $

Sanskrit New Age Indian

2776 East Bidwell St., Ste. 300, 916-817-4356. Indian.

This exciting dining destination serves authentic Indian

dishes with a fusion flair (favorites include the Bombay

Sliders, Manglore Fried Chicken, Tandoori Chicken, and

Biriyani) in a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Closed

Mondays. Catering available. Lunch buffet; offerings

change daily. L/D $$

Scott's Seafood Roundhouse

NEW LOCATION: 824 Sutter Street, 916-989-6711.

Seafood/American. Expect the freshest of seafood

(flown in or delivered daily from around the world)

served by well-trained, knowledgeable staff in a

comfortable atmosphere at this Folsom area favorite.

Full gluten-free menu. L/D $$$

Shogun Hibachi Grill & Sushi

1870 Prairie City Rd., Ste. 600, 916-985-9588. Japanese.

This modern hibachi restaurant brings new meaning to

“dinner and a show,” thanks to a personal chef who will

deftly chop, slice, and fly your meal over and above the

grill and onto your plate. L/D $$

Strings Italian Café

25035 Blue Ravine Rd., Ste. 120, 916-983-8815.

Italian. Strings has been serving enjoyable and

affordable Italian dishes in a relaxed atmosphere

for the past 10 years. Enjoy one of their lunch

specials any day between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. or avail

of their party trays. L/D $$

Suishin Sushi

194 Blue Ravine Rd., 916-985-8885. Japanese. Suishin uses

the freshest ingredients, including novelties like quail

eggs, uni, and ponzu. The modern, hip atmosphere

leaves you at ease as you consume your fish, one roll at

a time. Closed Sunday. L/D $$

Sunny Garden Restaurant

25085 Blue Ravine Rd., Ste. 150, 916-983-8882.

Chinese. Sunny Garden prides themselves on using

fresh ingredients in a traditional way and offering large

portions at affordable prices. L/D $

Sutter Street Taqueria

727 Sutter St., 916-293-8952. Mexican. Sutter

Street Taqueria brings the unique flavors of San

Francisco’s Mission District taquerias to Folsom with

a side of friendly service. Whether ordering a burrito,

taco, quesadilla, or nachos, you can expect fresh

ingredients, mouthwatering meats, and affordable

prices. B/L/D $

Thai Paradise

2770 East Bidwell St., 916-984-8988. Thai. Specials

every day of the week. Voted the Best Thai Restaurant

in Folsom and El Dorado Hills every year since 2008.

Delicious and authentic dishes made using local, farmto-fork

vegetables, meats bought daily, and healthy

rice bran oil. L/D $$

The River Thai Cuisine

424 East Bidwell St., 916-983-7388. Thai. Friendly

service and deliciously authentic Thai food are waiting

for you at The River Thai Cuisine. Established in 2015,

this family-owned restaurant will satisfy your Thai food

cravings. L/D $$

Visconti’s Ristorante

2700 East Bidwell St., Ste. 700, 916-983-5181. Italian. For

the past two decades, Visconti’s has given the

community a taste of Italy with their authentic dishes,

romantic setting, and traditional music. L/D $$

Zocalo

2739 East Bidwell St. 916-618-0303. Mexican.

Elegant restaurant and bar with modern Mexican

dishes, fresh-made margaritas, and Sunday brunch.

Avail of their monthly chef’s dinner or private party

room. L/D $$

EL DORADO COUNTY FOOTHILLS

Allez!

4242 Fowler Ln., Ste. 101, Diamond Springs,

530-621-1160. French. Savor French café classics like

baguette sandwiches on fresh-baked bread, crêpes,

stews, pastas, and a to-die-for seafood paella. Enjoy

your order in their rustically elegant dining room or to

go. B/L/D $$

Bene Ristorante Italiano

423 Main St., Placerville, 530-303-3415. Italian/Pizza.

Enjoy a taste of Naples in Downtown Placerville as you

savor Neapolitan-style pizza with all of your favorite

toppings, fresh-made salads, or savory pasta dishes.

L/D $$

Bricks Eats & Drinks

482 Main St., Placerville, 530-303-3480. New

American. If you’re looking for a friendly, unpretentious

dining destination with local brews and good eats, look

no further than the aptly named Bricks. Lamb lovers

will go gaga for the Bo Peep Burger, but their steaks,

sandwiches, salads, and desserts are all winners too.

L/D $$

Farmer’s Delicatessen and Bakery

3952 Cambridge Rd., Cameron Park, 530-672-6800.

Bakery/Deli. A hybrid deli and bakery serving a variety

of worldwide dishes, from gyros and sandwiches to

Italian meatballs and a beloved rosemary focaccia.

Vegan and gluten-free options. B/L $$

Heyday Café

325 Main St., Placerville, 530-626-9700. New

American. This intimate, bistro-style restaurant in a

rustic chic space serves modern American cuisine

(thin-crust pizzas, creative entrées, and artisan salads)

and pours over 45 local, regional, and international

wines. L/D $$

Hog Wild Bar-B-Que

38 Main St, Placerville, 530-622-3883. BBQ.

High-quality, smoked meats cooked low and slow,

scratch-made sides, satisfying salads, decadent

desserts, and other finger-lickin'-good fare. Boasts a

cozy atmosphere and pup-friendly patio. Catering

available. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays. L/D $$

Kobe Sushi & Fusion

3300 Coach Ln., Cameron Park, 530-672-9210.

Japanese/Asian Fusion/Sushi Bar. Japanese sushi bar

offering an extensive variety of rolls, high-quality

sashimi, and Asian fusion favorites at reasonable prices.

L/D $$

Main Street Melters

589 Main Street, Placerville, 530-303-3871, American.

Build-your-own sandwiches to “massive melter,”

featuring premium Boar’s Head deli meats .They also

have an outdoor patio and serve a few frozen brunch

cocktails. B/L $

Papa Gianni’s Ristorante

3450 Palmer Dr., Cameron Park, 530-672-2333. Italian.

For over two decades, this family-owned eatery has

been serving traditional, scratch-made recipes from

Southern Italy, including favorites like chicken

Parmesan, gnocchi alla vodka, and out-of-this-world

desserts. It’s the ideal destination to celebrate a special

occasion or grab takeout. L/D $$

Snooty Frog

3300 Coach Ln., Ste. E3, Cameron Park, 530-677-

9025. Steakhouse/Seafood. There’s nothing snooty

about Snooty Frog. It’s cozy but romantic, the food

offerings—from steaks and seafood to pastas and

rotating specials—are scrumptious, and their martinis

are buzzworthy. D $$$

Thai Unique

1160 Broadway, Placerville, 530-621-9559. Thai. Indulge

your senses in fresh, flavorful dishes like khao soi, duck

curry, and tod mun kao pod while experiencing Thai

cuisine that is indeed unique. L/D $$

The Breakroom

4131 South Shingle Rd., Ste. 7, Shingle Springs, 530-763-6761.

American. This full-service restaurant offers delicious

American food (juicy burgers, French dip, salads, mac

& cheese, etc.) and entertainment for the whole family,

from pool tables, dart boards, and an arcade, to cards

and dice. Sunday brunch. L/D $$

The Independent

629 Main St., Placerville, 530-344-7645. New

American. Step into an urban dining establishment in

the heart of Placerville and savor American fusion

favorites and creatively mixed cocktails using

fresh-squeezed juices. L/D $$

Tom’s Burger & Frosty

567 Placerville Dr., Placerville, 530-295-8199.

American. Enjoy freshly grilled burgers, piping hot fries,

and thick milkshakes that you and the whole family will

love at this no-frills dining destination. L/D $

Wally’s Pizza Bar

4079 Cameron Park Dr., Cameron Park, 530-677-5205.

Pizza/American. This family-owned and operated

eatery crafts gourmet pizzas, pastas aplenty, and

high-quality breakfast dishes. Their happy hour is one

of the best in town. Weekend brunch. L/D $$

ROSEVILLE

Back Forty Texas BBQ

1201 Orlando Avenue, Roseville, 916-726-4040.

American. Serving up authentic Texas and finger-licking

fare including ribs, burgers, steaks and more, plus fresh

made sides alongside old-fashioned southern

hospitality. L/D $$

Bar 101 Eats & Drinks

101 Main St., Roseville, 916-774-0505, American.

Sometimes you just want a comfortable neighborhood

place to hang out and get some good food and drinks.

If Historic Roseville is your destination, look no further

than Bar 101. The menu features traditional bar fare,

a bevy of burgers and sandwiches, street tacos, and

more. L/D $$

Bennett’s Kitchen Bar Market

1595 Eureka Road, Roseville, 916-750-5150.

American. Choose between fine dining or casual

dining by the bar or on the temperature-controlled

patio. The menu offers comfort food and elevated

fare, while a full-service bar aims to create a “Napa

vibe" in Roseville. Gluten-free and vegetarian

options. B/L/D $$

Chicago Fire

500 North Sunrise Ave., 916-771-2020. Pizza.

Offering a variety of menu items inspired by the

Windy City, from meaty Italian beef sandwiches and

a “Chicago Dog” to the deepest and cheesiest pizza

in town. L/D $$

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Eureka!

234 Gibson Dr., Ste. 100, Roseville, 916-864-9500.

American. Serves 30 craft beers on tap, an extensive

selection of small-batch whiskeys, and regional wines,

along with craveable dishes like lollipop corn dogs,

burgers, salads, and fried chicken sliders. Brunch

Saturday & Sunday. L/D $$

Fat’s Asia Bistro

1500 Eureka Rd., Roseville, 916-787-3287, Asian

Fusion/Chinese/Seafood. Named the region’s favorite

Asian restaurant for more than 10 years in a row, Fat’s

specializes in handmade dim sum, banana cream pie

(Frank Fat’s recipe), and other high-quality dishes. L/D

$$

Four Sisters Café

9050 Fairway Dr., Ste. 165, Roseville, 916-797-0770.

American/Café. Mango-stuffed French toast, eggs

benedicts, thick-sliced bacon (cured and smoked

in-house), homemade soups, specialty salads,

and sandwiches are just a sampling of this cafe's

mouthwatering menu. B/L $$

Goose Port Public House

316 Vernon St., Roseville, 916-886-5080. American. Sports

Bar. This family-friendly eatery boasts fresh-made

bites for everyone, from an array of apps and salads,

to burgers and seasonal entrées. Vegan options. Bigscreen

TVs. Brunch Saturday & Sunday. L/D $$

House of Oliver

3992 Douglas Blvd., Ste. 140, Roseville, 916-773-9463.

American. Wine and dine at this upscale bar that offers

wine flights, cheese and charcuterie boards, and pairing

plates. There's live music every Friday and Saturday

night, various special events, and late-night dining. D $$

Il Fornaio

1179 Galleria Blvd., Ste. 118, Roseville, 916-788-1200.

Italian. Using the freshest ingredients and traditional

cooking techniques, Il Fornaio creates high-quality

Italian food paired with great wines and cocktails in a

beautiful setting. L/D $$

La Huaca

9213 Sierra College Blvd., Ste. 140, Roseville, 916-771-2558.

Peruvian. La Huaca makes Peruvian cuisine accessible

for all palates with their colorful, flavor-packed, and

elegantly presented plates that run the gamut from

ceviches and lomo saltado to empanadas and pisco

sours. L/D $$

La Provence Restaurant & Terrace

110 Diamond Creek Pl., Roseville, 916-789-2002.

French/Mediterranean. Dining at La Provence is akin to

being in a little French villa. Topped with their

consistently delicious food and wine, cozy fireplace,

and twinkle-lit patio, and you have the recipe for a

memorable meal. Saturday brunch. Closed Sunday. L/D

$$$

Land Ocean New American Grill

1151 Galleria Blvd., Ste. 241, 916-407-5640. New

American. Land Ocean offers distinctive menus that

include hand-cut steaks, wood-fired rotisserie, fresh

seafood, and delectable desserts. Weekend brunch.

L/D $$

Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar

238 Gibson Dr., Roseville, 916-727-6321. American. Enjoy

a sizeable, seasonal menu full of eclectic, gastropubstyle

offerings that include salads, bowls, burgers,

pastas, desserts, and even an impressive kids’ menu.

Weekend brunch. L/D $$

La Provence

Restaurant &

Terrace

Mehfil Indian Restaurant

1605 Douglas Blvd., Roseville, 916-791-1199. Indian.

Casual eatery with a lunch buffet offering Indian food

favorites and many vegetarian options. L/D $

Mikuni

1017 Galleria Blvd., Ste. 160, Roseville, 916-780-2119.

Japanese. In addition to sushi, traditional Japanese

dishes, and modern twists on classics, Mikuni offers a

gluten-free menu, party platters, and happy hour

specials—all made using great attention to detail and

fresh ingredients. L/D $$

My Thai Kitchen

1465 Eureka Rd., Ste. 140, Roseville, 916-781-7811. Thai.

Enjoy authentic, fresh-made fare in an open-concept

kitchen at My Thai Kitchen while receiving prompt,

professional, and friendly service. L/D $$

Ninja Sushi & Teriyaki

238 Vernon St., Roseville, 916-784-3441. Japanese.

Modern and hip environs are just a taste of what awaits

at Ninja Sushi. Regulars rave about their eclectic and

lengthy list of sushi rolls, inventive appetizers, and

complimentary miso soup and ice cream. L/D $$

Nixtaco

1805 Cirby Way, 916-771-4165. Mexican.

Don't let the unassuming facade of this casual taqueria

fool you: Nixtaco's menu features chef-driven tacos

and quesadillas with farmers' market-sourced produce,

unconventional proteins, and freshly made tortillas

(with corn ground in-house). With a kids' menu, vegan

offerings, and Sunday brunch, it's a perfect pick for the

whole family. L/D $

Paul Martin’s American Grill

1455 Eureka Rd., Roseville, 916-783-3600. New

American. Classic American fare in a sophisticated,

convivial setting; an energetic bar with communal

tables and plush seating, intimate booths and tables,

and an expansive outdoor patio. L/D $$

Platinum Wine Lounge

9050 Fairway Dr., Ste. 105, 916-780-9463. Wine Bar. New

American. For fans of carefully curated wine lists

featuring California-grown grapes and local craft beers,

look no further than Platinum Wine Lounge. Their

menu features build-your-own charcuterie boards, plus

paninis, flatbreads, and other shareables. Be sure to

save room for their brown butter cake alongside a glass

of Port. Closed Monday. D $$

Range Kitchen & Tap

1420 E, Roseville Pkwy., Ste. 160, Roseville, 916-865-4317.

New American. Range Kitchen & Tap’s menu is designed

for sharing and socializing, with a focus on serving

locally sourced and seasonal comfort food like bison

meatball sliders, fried chicken, and pizza. Closed

Sunday. L/D $$

Rosati’s

5140 Foothills Blvd., Ste. 110, Roseville, 916-797-7492,

Pizza/ Italian. Rosati’s still provides the same signature

pizzas, Italian beef sandwiches, pastas, and salads that

they first became famous for in Chicago circa 1964. The

family-friendly, sports pub atmosphere only adds to

the charm. Closed Monday. L/D $$

Ruth’s Chris Steak House

1185 Galleria Blvd., Ste. P-120, Roseville, 916-780-6910.

Steak/Seafood. Sizzling plates and an award-winning

wine list are a perfect pairing for any occasion.

Experience Ruth’s Chris elegant setting for a romantic

dinner, business meeting, or private party. D $$$

Sienna Restaurant

1480 Eureka Rd., 916-771-4700. American. This

award-winning restaurant’s specialties include

wood-fired pizzas, fresh fish, hand-cut steaks, and a

large selection of appetizers. Weekend brunch. $$ L/D

Tang’s Sushi

1426 Blue Oaks Blvd., Ste. 100, Roseville, 916-781-0807.

Japanese. With so many inventive eats and modern

environs to boot, Tang’s has mastered the art of

Japanese fare with flair. The chef is happy to customize

orders and create off-menu items. Closed Sunday. L/D

$$

Thai Basil

1613 Douglas Blvd., Roseville, 916-782-8424. Thai. This

cheerful, long-established eatery serves up an array of

Thai favorites in a light-filled, compact space. L/D $$

The Monk’s Cellar

240 Vernon St., Roseville, 916-786-6665. American.

The Monk’s Cellar has brought a little bit of Belgium to

Downtown Roseville, with their community-focused

brewery and restaurant that serves fine artisanal beer

and creative dishes. L/D $$

The Place

221 Vernon St., Roseville. 916-742-5447. Italian. Cozy

Italian restaurant and bar that specializes in artisanal,

wood-fired pizzas, paninis, pastas, and more. Closed

Monday. L/D $$

Zocalo

1182 Roseville Pkwy., Ste. 110, Roseville, 916-788-0303.

Mexican. Elegant restaurant and bar with modern

Mexican dishes, fresh-made margaritas, and Sunday

brunch. Avail of their monthly chef’s dinner or private

party room. L/D $$

GRANITE BAY

Dominick’s Italian Market & Deli

8621 Auburn Folsom Rd., Granite Bay, 916-786-3355.

Italian. Namesake Dominick’s dream was to have a

unique place that would provide customers with

the finest and freshest ingredients, large portions,

fair prices, and the Italian tradition of first-name

friendliness. A decade later and his dream is alive and

well in Granite Bay. L/D $$

Farmhaus

8230 Auburn Folsom Rd., Granite Bay, 916-772-3276.

New American. This fresh, seasonal eatery tucked off

Auburn Folsom Road is a feast for the senses. The

house-like building pumps out plates that morph with

the months. On balmy days, their picturesque patio is a

must. Closed Monday. L/D $$

Hawks

5530 Douglas Blvd., Granite Bay, 916-791-6200.

New American. Refined, high-end American cuisine,

including tasting menus, in a stylish, modern dining

room and bar. Brunch on the second Sunday each

month; lunch weekdays; Closed Monday. L/D $$$

New Glory Brewery & Taproom

5540 Douglas Blvd., Ste. 140 & 150, Granite Bay, 916-872-

1721. American. Delicious food (sandwiches, pizzas,

salads, shareables, and burgers), beautiful brews, and

a spacious patio await at New Glory’s latest venture in

Granite Bay. L/D $$

Vaiano Trattoria

7160 Douglas Blvd., Granite Bay, 916-780-0888.

Italian. Offering traditional Tuscan cuisine and other

Italian favorites, Vaiano Trattoria prides themselves on

preparing simple dishes that are made to order with

the freshest of ingredients. Lunch served weekdays.

L/D $$

ROCKLIN

Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que

6628 Lonetree Blvd., Rocklin, 916-780-7427. American.

Serving slow-cooked meats and other Southern-style

eats that the whole family will love, Lucille’s is a Rocklin

favorite for a reason. L/D $$

Mezcalito Oaxacan Cuisine

5065 Pacific St., 916-701-4772. Oaxacan. Savor authentic

flavors from Oaxaca at this eatery known for their

complex mole, tlayudas, and other flavor-filled plates,

including plenty of vegetarian and seafood options.

Don't forget to save room for dessert: The churros and

mezcal ice cream are a fan favorite. Breakfast served till

noon. B/L/D $$

Pottery World Café

4419 Granite Dr., Rocklin, 916-624-8080. American/Café.

With brioche French toast and buttery Belgian waffles,

in addition to an extensive lunch menu, and a high tea

the second Thursday of every month, this café is the

prime place to take out-of-towners. Their patio is one

of the region’s best, too. B/L $$

The Chef’s Table

6843 Lonetree Blvd., Ste. 103, Rocklin, 916-771-5656.

New American. The namesake chefs here pride

themselves on using local ingredients that are carefully

handled, lovingly prepared, and joyfully served to

you for your culinary enjoyment. Closed Sunday and

Monday. L/D $$

Venita Rhea’s

4415 Granite Dr., Rocklin, 916-624-2697. American.

If you’re looking for a delicious breakfast to start

off your day, Venita Rhea’s is the place to be. From

benedicts, scrambles, and sandwiches to soups, salads,

and bottomless mimosas, you’ll find all your favorites.

B/L $$

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