We are a family from San Francisco who discovered the magic of Nevada city in the summer of 2013, and instantly found ourselves entranced in the amazing vibe of this special town, rumored to be built above 6 miles of un-mined gold and quartz. Although the Goldtown Hideaway is nestled in the serenity of a breathtaking private setting on one of the Town’s favorite streets, we typically start our day with a 5 minute walk to the famous Curly Wolf Café, the new Foxhound Café on Spring Street, or one of several other popular breakfast spots such as Ike’s Quarter Café, South Pine, or an incredibly delicious Acai Bowl at Nourish. We bask in the majestic beauty of the Yuba River just 6 miles from our front door, or stay local hiking the Tribute Trail. Our afternoon are spent strolling around downtown’s many eclectic antique and vintage shops, followed by cocktails at the old National Hotel, or pizza and a beer at Three Forks Brewery. We also love to frequent Szabo Vineyard’s Wine Bar on Broad Street and also enjoy Elixart’s specialty teas and kava, sourced from around the world. We regularly spend the evenings dining at New Moon, Friar Tuck’s, Matteo’s Public, Sopa Thai, Bistro 221, or one of many others.
Month: January 2016
Ike’s Quarter Cafe
This little place would probably be called a “dive” by some. But Guy Fieri has made a whole career out of introducing us to the best of the nation’s diners, dives, etc. And this tiny little place under the huge cherry tree is worth searching for. The food is great, the menu is full of stuff I’ve never heard of. Their breakfast dishes are WONDERFUL. There’s good gluten free stuff, local stuff and organic stuff. The decor is Mardi Gras west.