Best Bakery, Lunch, Business Lunch, Resturant

BEST RESTAURANT

From the Hearth Café

1292 College View Drive, Redding; 530-424-2233

1427 Market St., Redding; 530-424-2233

2650 Churn Creek Road, Redding; 530-424-2233

638 Washington St., Red Blu ; 530-727-0616

1279 Pine St., Redding; 530-691-4441 www.fthcafe.com W hether it’s the cool, college vibe of the College View Drive location or the urban feel of the Market Street location, From The Hearth delivers quality food with a great atmosphere.

A fun and friendly sta can help you pick out the perfect dish o their amazing menu – it’s hard because everything looks so darn good – or,mix you up a drink in a snap. And you can sit inside or out – the College View’s back patio is an oasis, while the outdoor seating on The Promenade is great for relaxing and people watching.

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Best Lunch

F rom burgers to sandwiches, From the Hearth’s menu presents anepicurean dilemma – what to order.

And it really depends on what you’re in the mood for. From the

Cuban to the Buffalo chicken to the French dip, From the Hearth’s hotsandwiches are sublime and served how you like it with your choice of a side dish. And then there’s the burgers, wraps and rice bowls, all made with the freshest ingredients to your liking and served with FTH’s divine bread.

In order to truly enjoy what From the Hearth has to o er, looks like

repeat visits are in order.

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BEST BAKERY

 From the Hearth has quickly become a north state staple for its delightful meals and quaint, cozy cafes. But the genesis of FTH began as a bakery back in 2008, when Spencer Tang purchased the bakery that specializes in sublime sourdough.

Today, From the Hearth creates gourmet food, but its breads continue to delight. Carried inHoliday, Raley’s, Safeway,R& R Meats and other retailers, From The Hearth’s bread remains as good as it did a decade ago.

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Best Business Lunch

Whether meeting at the College View Drive restaurant or the new and remarkable Market Street location in the downtown Mall, you’re bound to impress that prospective client.

A full menu of sandwiches, soups and other delightful fare is only half the attraction. Spacious, but cozy tables allow you to discuss business in a casual, but productive manner. The friendly staff is quick too a suggestion and quicker to get your order out.

And on a nice sunny afternoon, what better way to meet than outside on The Promenade?

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. Cheesecakes Unlimited

. C.R. Gibbs American Grille

Best Outdoor Dining

BEST OUTDOOR DINING

View 202

202 Hemsted Drive, Redding;

530-226-8439 www.view202redding.com If there were ever a category and restaurant perfectly paired it’s Best Outdoor Dining and View 202.

The vistas are spectacular. The food is superb. The atmosphere is elegant.

The lounge-style patio overs sweeping views to the west of Redding – perfect at sunset – from high on the blues overlooking the Sacramento River. Comfortable couches, . Fire pits and cozy dining tables make for an enjoyable time with friends or that special someone.

Add View 202’s exquisite dining menu to drinks, lunch, brunch or dinner and it’s easy

to see why Best Of The North State voters keep choosing View 202.

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. From the Hearth Café

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Best Coffee House

BEST COFFEE HOUSE

Dutch Bros.

Multiple North State locations www.dutchbros.com The largest, privately-held drive-thru coffee company in the nation,

Dutch Bros. isn’t just a place to stop

for something to drink – it’s like

visiting friends.

Perhaps that’s why Dutch Bros.

customers, dubbed the Dutch Ma. a, are . ercely loyal. And it doesn’t hurt that the co ees and other drinks are pretty dang good.

Dutch Bros. employees are fun, friendly and perky, and get you what you want quickly. It’s the perfect place to start your day or get a quick pickme- up in the late afternoon.

And Dutch Bros. is dedicated to its community. During the Carr andCamp . res, local Dutch Bros. and their

customers raised more than $400,000

in relief e orts.

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. From the Hearth Café

. Starbucks

Best White Wine

BEST NORTH STATE WHITE WINE

Moseley’s Family Cellars

4712 Mountain Lakes Blvd., Redding 2158 Hilltop Drive, Redding 530-229-9463; www.moseleyfamilycellars.com When it’s time to a nice Chardonnay or Viognier, Moseley’s Family Cellars has you covered.

The repeat Best Of The North State winner knows how to make great wines and voters recognize that.

From the best grapes from quality vineyards through California (Napa, Sonoma, Lodi and north state), Moseley’s crafts each bottle with the wine lover in mind.

Their tasting rooms o er a chance to learn about their hand-crafted wines and their wine club o ers

perks to those who have a passion for the fruit of the vine.

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Best White Wine 2018

Best Bakery | 2018 Redding Searchlights BOTNS

BEST BAKERY

From the Hearth Café

1292 College View Drive, Redding; 530-424-2233

1427 Market St., Redding; 530-424-2233

2650 Churn Creek Road, Redding; 530-424-2233

638 Washington St., Red Blu ; 530-727-0616

1279 Pine St., Redding; 530-691-4441 www.fthcafe.com From the Hearth has quickly become a north state staple for its delightful meals and quaint, cozy cafes. But the genesis of FTH began as a bakery back in 2008, when Spencer Tang purchased the bakery that specializes in sublime sourdough.

Today, From the Hearth creates gourmet food, but its breads continue to delight. Carried inHoliday, Raley’s, Safeway,

R& R Meats and other retailers, From The Hearth’s bread remains as good as it did a decade ago.

Best Bakery 2018

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. Sweet Spot

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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 Try 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.

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