53 West Main Street
Woodland, CA 95695
Phone: (530) 662-9335
Fax: (530) 662-4684
Bars & Cafes
Lawyers, farmers, students and antique collectors are likely to populate this bar on a typical afternoon. Friday and Saturday nights, the regulation pool table is pushed out of the way, and dancers crowd the floor. The music will probably be a local rhythm and Blues or country band. Sunday nights bring out the local billiard talent for a contest with prizes that make the competition interesting. There is no food here, however, there is a decent collection of beers on tap as well as mixed drinks.
Between Davis and Woodland along Highway 113 at the County Road 25A exit, this winery is the centerpiece of a scenic acreage planted with seven types of grapes. Wine available for tasting is grown just outside the door of this cafe. It offers desserts, meat pasties and an interesting Napa cabbage and Mandarin orange salad during the week. On Sundays, reservations are recommended for the two hour-long, five-course brunch. Various coffee drinks especially the espresso are popular.
If you dig everything natural, you should visit the Farmer's Kitchen Cafe. They grow vegetables and fruits sans fertilizers, that are bio-regional and free from gluten and casein. And while cooking no aluminum pans, microwaves, artificial flavoring and unnatural additives are used. The menu revolves around local produce, eggs and farm products, so everything here is seasonal. The bakery basket is worth checking out, full as it is of pastries, cakes, pretzels, cookies and chocolates.
Konditorei in German means a pastry shop. Owned and run by the Austrian couple Albert and Gloria Kutternig, this pastry store sells lip-smacking goodies. You would find anything and everything here—cakes, cookies, sweet breads, pastries, marzipan creations, ice creams, tarts and more. If this isn't enough, you can even have a quick breakfast and lunch of quiches, calzones, pizzas and soups. And finally, with an ambiance that spells old world charm, Konditorei can possibly never go wrong!
If you are looking for a happening dive bar while in Davis for binge drinking and that comes with a lot of options to keep you occupied, then head to the G Street WunderBar. Apart from an array of well-crafted beers and tasty mixed drinks, the bar has several pool tables, dartboards, video games, free Wi-Fi and late-night concerts scheduled almost every week. Here, you can also dine on tantalizing options in American food that are prepared from freshest of ingredients. All in all, the bar is a perfect place to hangout with friends.
The coffee is always fresh here at Mishka's Cafe, thanks to the ancient gigantic coffee grinder/roaster sitting amidst the tables in this busy cafe. There is an eclectic mix of sandwiches and salads as well as calzones, wraps, ice cream, smoothies and Italian sodas among other delicacies. In addition to the aroma of coffee the atmosphere is culturally spiced up with local musicians playing favorite numbers.
Sudwerk is a great place to catch a fast meal and some beer! Copper-colored kettles and huge circular structured seats make up the decor. The ambiance is very unruly, with noise levels touching the top of the decibel chart! The food is all German and you should give the sausages, burgers and sandwiches a try. While you're in the lobby gulping the food down, walk over to the bar for some exquisite Sudwerk beer. All the beer is brewed in accordance with "Reinheitsgebot”—the German purity law. It can get boisterous in here, but that's the fun of it all!
Don't expect a lot when you enter Tucos Wine Market and Cafe. A wine tasting place and restaurant, it's got loads of bottles arranged on shelves, large wine coolers and a multifunctional bar. The food here is organic and the portions are large. Wine-tasting can be a lot of fun here, with four different wines to sample at a very low price. This is as simple as it gets.
The breakfast at Delta Of Venus features homemade granola, three-egg omelets and organic tofu scrambles. The service is casual but effective. Taking your order at the wooden counter inside, the cashier doubles as a waiter and brings the quickly executed dish to your table. The menu also features coffee drinks, fresh salads, homemade soups and a variety of sandwiches for lunch. You'll find a table in one of the three dining rooms indoors or on the patio.
The Palms is located in the Winters Opera House and seats 220 with first-come-first-served seating, a dance floor, bar, and heating and air conditioning. The Playhouse features music events of all kinds in a casual atmosphere, with a beer and wine bar as well as snacks for guests to enjoy.
Located on the riverbank Marina, Crawdads River Cantina is the best place for live music and great food. The menu constitutes of chicken and spinach quesadillas, coconut shrimp, garlic steak sandwich or homemade deserts such as peach melba sundae. They have happy hours from Monday to Friday from 3p to 6p and on Sundays from 10:30a to 1p. Crawdads is known for their impeccable service. Summers are the best to spend here especially with the view of the river and with the cool breeze blowing away.
A gem of a restaurant on the Sacramento river, the Pearl never drifts away from delighting its visitors with awesome American delicacies and spectacular views. The menu of the restaurant is seasonal, which is curated by the expert chef Matthew Jones. The seafood and steak delicacies are prepared using fresh ingredients sourced from local suppliers. Be it the small plates like Grilled Oysters, Bruschetta with Fresh Fig and the famous Bowl of Clam Chowder or the big plates like New York Strip Steak Grilled and Pan Seared Scallops, you can vouch on it for quality as well as regional flavors. Complementing the food menu is the excellent wine and champagne list, which has varieties like Sauvignon Blanc, Blanc de Noirs and Chardonnay offered by the glass. Choose a table next to the window to enjoy the splendid views of the river.