Best Butcher

BEST BUTCHER

R&R Quality Meats & Seafood

2159 East St., Redding; 530-241-7770 www.randrqualitymeats.net R & R’s website proudly displays Best of the North State for 11 years running. Time to update it because voters have again recognized R& R and what makes them the place to go for highquality meats and seafood.

Sure, you can buy steak just about anywhere, but R& R’s personal attention and large selection means customers can get what they want. From beef to pork to poultry and seafood, R& R o ers only the best – at competitive prices. Their new space – down the street from the old location – adds in the seafood element and is the go-to place for the freshest catches.

But you don’t win Best Butcher for a dozen years without quality meat and exceptional customer service.

RUNNERS UP:

. Bowman Meats

. Kent’s Meats and Groceries

Best Dinner

BEST DINNER

Clearie’s Restaurant and Lounge

1325 Eureka Way, Redding; 530-241-4535 

www.cleariesrestaurant.com 

A dinner at Clearie’s Restaurant and Lounge only feels like you’re in the big city.

After all, the menu looks like something you’d . nd at

a 5-star New York or Los Angeles restaurant.

At Clearie’s you can start with a tempting appetizer of steamer clams or fried mozzarella caprese and drinks before diving in to an entree that tastes as good as it sounds.

The only problem might be picking something o the

expansive Clearie’s menu. From grilled salmon to pan

seared duck to a . let mignon or a downright sublime

French onion mac-n-cheese, Clearie’s makes it hard to

choose. But when you . nally do, rest assured that the

quality comes through in each delicious bite.

But make sure to save room for dessert like the sinful bananas foster, crème brulee or apple pie chimichanga.

RUNNERS UP:

. Cattlemens

. Jack’s Bar & Grill

Best Dinner

Best Italian Food

BEST ITALIAN FOOD

Nello’s Place

3055 Bechelli Lane, Redding; 530-223-1636 www.nellosrestaurant.net Nello’s hunger was Redding’s gain. Started in 1980 because the retiree couldn’t . nd a good local Italian

restaurant, Nello’s has become a north state institution that’s had a lock on the category by Best Of The North State voters.

From plentiful pasta dishes to specialties like Steak Diane and stu ed veal rollitini, Nello’s serves it right every

time.

And the ambiance at Nello’s o ers the perfect place for

a quiet dinner for two.

Open evenings seven days a week, Nello’s truly is Redding’s Italian heaven.

RUNNERS UP:

. Karline’s Restaurant & Bar

. Olive Garden


Best Italian Food

Best Brewery

BEST NORTH STATE BREWERY

Woody’s Brewing Company

1257 Oregon St., Redding; 530-768-1034 www.woodysbrewing.com S infully good beer, a top-notch pub menu and fun atmosphere make Woody’s the place to go for a good night out.

From wheat beer to amber to whatever head brewer Pat Wlodarczyk can dream up, Woody’s is certain to have something to whet your whistle.

The Hopzerker is a strong and complex brew with a malt backbone, while the Nutty Woody is a moderate malt with a light caramel character and dry . nish. And of course, there’s always

the Quickie IPA.

And Woody’s was also part of the group to brew the Shasta Strong IPA to help with Carr Fire relief funds.

RUNNERS UP:

. Fall River Brewing Company

. Final Draft Brewing Company

Best of the North Sate Best Brewery

Best Burger in Redding

BEST BURGER

The Habit Burger Grill

1020 E. Cypress Ave., Redding; 530-223-1027 www.habitburger.com T ry The Habit once and, well, it’ll become a habit.

Daily baked buns, perfectly grilled burgers and the freshest produce available all go into making the delightful Charburger.

Started in Santa Barbara in 1969, The Habit has grown and become a Redding staple for burger lovers. But The Habit also o ers salads, sandwiches, and the perfect

shakes and malts. Every burger is fresh, never frozen, and the salads are fresh and made-to-order. The complementary condiment bar lets you dress up your burger just the way you like it.

In addition to food that keeps you coming back, The Habit is also dedicated to philanthropy and frequently gets involved with fundraisers.

One bite and you’ll be back.

RUNNERS UP:

. Bartel’s Giant Burger

. Damburger

Haven Humane Society

Thank you Mark Storrey and April Scott for such a wonderful visit and showing me your wonderful place and introducing me to the crew at Haven Humane Society. I look forward to working with you guys in the future to making you Best of the North State in adopting animals. I know handsome Brad Pitt will be adopted before I get a chance to see him again.  I really love the way you are working so hard to be a no kill shelter. Great things our happening.

Good things are happening at Haven Humane Society thanks to our dedicated sponsors, donors, supporters, volunteers, and staff. In 2016 we set a new record by achieving a 92% live release rate for dogs and have placed thousands of pets into loving, forever homes through adoption, rescue, and foster care. All of these activities help us move closer to our goal of becoming No Kill by 2021, but we cannot achieve this alone.

We cherish partnerships with local businesses and would like to offer you the opportunity to support shelter animals by becoming a sponsor at one or more of our 2018 events. Your financial support will help us fund our daily operations, establish a new kitten nursery, and fund a variety of programs that reach thousands of at-risk pets each year and move us closer to our ultimate goal of a North State with no more homeless pets!

For those of you who were not sure exactly what our department team does on a weekly basis we have many tasks. The Development team is responsible for reaching out and partnering with business owners and community members on behalf of the homeless animals in the North State in order to raise money and bring awareness. We offer and manage a variety of sponsorship marketing opportunities, fundraisers, support programs and creating new financial avenues within the community to help place animals into their loving, forever homes.

As the new Director of Development I am extremely excited about all of our upcoming events for 2018!

We are always in need of business sponsors for these wonderful events which we provide several marketing benefits in return. Including Media – TV, Radio and Print. Social Media, Signage at all of our events and of course incredible PPI! (Pawsitive Public Image). If you own a business and are considering becoming a sponsor or have questions about sponsoring a specific event please call our Development Department at: 530-241-5262 or Email us at: ascott@havenhumane.org

Starting in February we have our annual Haven Humane Society Open House. This is a free family and community friendly event that takes place on Saturday, February 24th-2018 (10am to 12pm) We will have refreshments and tours of the facility provided by our CEO, Mark Storrey. There will also be adoption specials when you adopt a dog or cat into your loving home during the event.

On March 24th, 2018 at Turtle Bay we have our Certified 5k and 10k dog-friendly race, Doggie Dash. Doggie Dash will take place on Saturday, March 24th at Turtle Bay and is fun for the entire family! We expect approximately 300 participants this year and man Zumba Bash 2018! Need we say more? This is a fun, high energy, evening event at Win River Casino Events Center! Dancing, drinks, door prizes, raffle prizes and of course an amazing Zumba Instructor, Jennifer Lozoya! Don’t forget to purchase your tickets in advance and join the party on August 11th 2018!

Our biggest and most exciting event of the year is our 11th Annual Bark Wine and Brew Gala. This elegant evening event features wine and beer tasting, a four course dinner, silent and live auctions, Viva la photo, Dj, dancing, champagne and more. This amazing evening will take place on Saturday, October 6th, 2018 at the Win River Events Center. Tickets sold out early last year so be sure to get yours in advance!

North State Giving Tuesday takes place the Tuesday after Thanksgiving weekend. This national day of giving is an online networking and giving the event that provides nonprofit organizations the opportunity to gain exposure and start relationships with new donors, and for the people in Shasta and Siskiyou counties to come together to raise as much money as possible for participating organizations within a 14 -hour period. The effort is organized and implemented by Shasta Regional Community Foundation with sponsorship provided by Redding Bank of Commerce. The online event takes place on Tuesday, November 28th, 2018 from 6:00 AM to 8:00 PM. We invite you to give where you live and support

Haven Humane Society!

Haven Humain Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Barney (286864) is an 11 month old male white boxer mix. This athletic boy is very friendly, loves to play, and is rated for a family with children ages 8 years and older. Barney is available for adoption at Haven Humane Society and can’t wait to find his Forever Home! A proper introduction with any other dogs in the household is required. All feline and canine adoptions at the shelter include spaying or neutering, vaccinations and a microchip. To see Barney or any of our other companion animals available for adoption at the shelter, please visit us at 7449 Eastside Road, Anderson, or call (530) 241-1653. You can also check out our website at www.havenhumane.org.

Haven Humaine Dog of the Week

Pet of the Week
Chip (286638) is a 4-year-old male brown and black brindle hound mix. This playful boy gets along well with children and other dogs, knows “sit”and “down”, and is rated for an experienced family with children ages 5 years and older. Chip is available for adoption at Haven Humane Society and can’t wait to find his Forever Home! A proper introduction with any other dogs in the household is required. All feline and canine adoptions at the shelter includes spaying or neutering, vaccinations and a microchip. To see
Chip or any of our other companion animals available for adoption at the shelter, please visit us at 7449 Eastside Road, Anderson, or call (530) 241-1653. You can also check out our website at www.havenhumane.org.

Haven Humane:Pet of the Week

 

Pet of the Week @ Haven Humane Society 

Check out this adorable pup! Jax (278319) is a 3-year-old male black and tan Australian cattle dog and Rottweiler mix. Jax loves to play ball, knows “sit”, “down”, and “shake”, and is rated for a family with children ages 12 years and older. Jax is available for adoption at Haven Humane Society and can’t wait to find his Forever Home! A proper introduction with any other dogs in the household is required. All feline and canine adoptions at the shelter include spaying or neutering, vaccinations, and a microchip. To see Jax or
any of our other companion animals available for adoption at the shelter,
please visit us at 7449 Eastside Road, Anderson, or call (530) 241-1653.
You can also check out our website at www.havenhumane.org.

Haven Humane Society Needs Help

Haven Humane Society supports the community by promoting the humane treatment of animals through sheltering, spay/neuter, adoption, community education, outreach, rescue and animal regulations. Haven Humane Society’s vision is of a community of responsible pet owners working together for a North State with no more homeless pets. By 2021, Haven Humane Society plans to be a no-kill shelter.

Haven Humane Society has proudly served the North State since 1952. We place animals in new forever homes, return pets to their lost owners, rescue and care for animal cruelty victims, and spay or neuter thousands of animals to help decrease the homeless pet population. Our staff and volunteers run these programs, as well as educational outreach events and fundraisers. Furthermore, Haven Humane’s Spay/Neuter Clinic not only provides spay, neuter, and medical services for animals at the shelter, but also provides full medical care for all documented 501(c)(3) groups, shelters, and low income clients who qualify.

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