From the Hearth Café
1292 College View Drive, Redding; 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
Before, From the Hearth had multiple locations throughout the North State, the delicious eateries began as a humble bakery in a north Redding warehouse.
FTH has grown and adapted but never forgotten its bakery roots. That’s evident in every dish they serve, whether it’s a delightful deli sandwich, gourmet burger or scintillating wrap.
Freshness you can taste in every bite awaits you at any of their locations across the North State.
And the best part about FTH’s diverse menu is that while it’s all freshly prepared, the menu will take you several times to taste it all. One bite and you’ll want to be back for sure.
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Woody’s Brewing Company
1257 Oregon St., Redding
Tough day at work? Great day at work? Just want to have a beer with friends? Well, Woody’s is the place in all three cases. Let’s face it, bars are supposed to be fun and Woody’s fits that bill.
A fun, casual atmosphere with a great bar to belly up to is only part of the lure. The food menu is to die for – the Cobb salad is sinfully good – and the rotating menu of beers makes each time you head to Woody’s a chance to try something new … and celebrate just about anything.
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. Clearie’s Restaurant & Lounge
Clearie’s Restaurant & Lounge
1325 Eureka Way, Redding; 241-4535
When you want to go out and spend your hard-earned money for a great night out, there’s really only one option that has everything – Clearie’s Restaurant & Lounge.
When Robbie Clearie opened the restaurant in 2011, Redding history collided with her place located on the site that had been The Shack. In addition, she ordered up a few dishes from her grandfather’s restaurant Doc’s Skyroom and Sports Bar.
Fast forward and Clearie’s is the go-to for a great night out and overall dining experience. From it’s amazing bar and attentive bar staff to ridiculous appetizers and a menu that looks like it was plucked from a New York or L.A. five-star restaurant, Clearie’s breaks the mold for great dining in Redding.
With its history and Robbie Clearie out to make her own history, it’s not hard to see why Best Of voters continually choose her place as the Best Restaurant.
Vintage Public House
1743 California St., Redding;
If it’s not broke, don’t fix it. That sums up the experience at Jack’s Grill, a Redding eating institution for more than 80 years. Familiar, Reliable, Consistent, It’s a winning formula that Jack’s hasn’t messed with.
Jack’s only uses USDA choice beef and cuts the steaks fresh every day. Steaks come with fries or a baked potato, garlic bread and a green salad with your choice of house-made dressing.
Open for dinner every day except Sunday, Jack’s Grill has 17 bar seats and accommodates 46 in the dining room’s old-style booths and tables – many who will wait for a while to get a taste of that amazing steak. Despite its size, the restaurant averages between 150 and 200 customers each night.
Redding has known what the world is catching up on with all the media attention focused on Jack’s – if you want a steak done right, there’s only one place to go.
. Market Street Steakhouse
BEST CHINESE FOOD
Peter Chu’s Skyroom
6751 Woodrum Circle No. 210, Redding
There’s a reason Peter Chu’s Skyroom keeps its lock on its Best Of the North State title.
Part of it is the friendly staff. Part of it is an amazing atmosphere. But mostly it’s the amazing food prepared fresh daily by chefs trained by Chu to his exacting standards.
From traditional recipes and global delicacies, Peter Chu’s dishes are crafted with the highest expectations and standards. From Mandarin to Szechwan to Hunan dishes, there’s something on the menu for anyone.
Don’t believe it? Take the word of Best Of voters who year after year proclaims Peter Chu’s as the go-to Chinese restaurant in the North State.
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. Sailing Boat
1135 Pine St., Redding
Cheesecakes Unlimited opened in downtown Redding in 1991 and was an instant success. In fact, their loyal customer base kept growing so much they’ve had to move several times.
Though their cheesecake really is fabulous, Cheesecakes is perhaps best known for their amazing salads, something Best Of voters knows as top-notch.
With locally sourced vegetables and dressings made from scratch, it’s hard to miss with any of the salads. There are 11 on the menu, so choosing can be a challenge. The choices include tasty options like the Glazed Walnut Chicken with orange champagne vinaigrette and the Shrimp Pine nut with a garlic basil vinaigrette topped with blue cheese.
Cheesecakes Unlimited’s home in the old Pine Street School is as fun and fresh as its many delicious salads.
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Moseley’s Family Cellars
4712 Mountain Lakes Blvd., Redding;
2158 Hilltop Drive, Redding;
Billy Joel famously sang “A bottle of red, a bottle of white, It all depends upon your appetite.”
Well, it doesn’t matter what your taste in vino is, guaranteed, Moseley’s Family Cellars has something to delight your senses.
The family-owned winery believes in great food and great wine – and the proof is in the pudding … and the wine bottles. From an amazing 2014 Gold Stripe Reserve Carr Fire Cabernet to a 2016 Chardonnay Beurre Blanc, there’s something for everyone at Moseley’s. And they offer bottles for purchase in addition to their tasting rooms that are perfect for a fun night out with friends.
And if “In Vino Veritas” holds firm, then the truth is that Moseley’s is your North State vintner extraordinaire.
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. Majestic Oak Family Cellars
BEST OUTDOOR DINING
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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BEST COFFEE HOUSE
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
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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