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.
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.
The best part about Woody’s – other than everything – is that a rotating beer list means you can find something that fits perfectly. Or you can keep trying the awesome variety of suds ordered by the locally-owned brewery that’s a habitual Best Of winner.
From Shasta Haze (an IPA with hints of pineapple, guava, and another citrus) to Pray for Powder Porter (a smooth balance of rich, dark malts with a hint of bitterness) to the famous … infamous … Hopzerker, Woody’s has whatever you’re thirsting for. Can’t decide? Get a sampler and take in all the hoppy goodness at
1279 Pine St., Redding; 530-691-4441 www.fthcafe.comW 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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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.
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repeat visits are in order.
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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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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?
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.
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.