[Dixielandjazz] Ringwald at High Hand Cafe, Sacramento, Auburn CA Area, Sat Oct 9
rsr at ringwald.com
Thu Oct 7 15:43:04 PDT 2010
High Hand Cafe, Nursery and Art Gallery
Every Saturday night, 6:00 - 8:30 PM
Just a short drive up I-80 from Sacramento.
Bob Ringwald, piano; Darrell Fernandez, bass.
This week's suggestion is the High Hand Cafe Roasted Chicken, and their Romaine Salad. Most of the salad ingredients are grown right on the premises.
Top off dinner with a home made (made on the premises) cobbler with a generous scoop of ice-cream and a delicious fresh made cappuccino.
The High Hand Cafe is located at:
3790 Taylor Road Loomis, CA
Dress is casual -- Kid friendly.
Be sure to say hi to the owner Scott Paris, and the manager Jan.
Check out their web site.
From Sacramento Magazine:
Price Range: Moderate
Cuisine: American, California
Offering one of the most stunning dining locations in the greater Sacramento
Well worth the trip to Loomis from just about anywhere in the Sacramento
High Hand Cafe proudly showcases products sourced from many of Placer
County's small farms. Situated on a historic fruit-packing corridor in Loomis, the cafe is snuggled
up against the gorgeous High Hand Nursery in an all-glass atrium filled with
potted magnolia trees and vibrant tulips. Sun-flooded and airy, the High Hand Cafe serves
wholesome, earnest food devoid of fanciful garnishes or esoteric
ingredients. This is simple, belly-pleasing fare, from the fresh albacore tuna melt and
spinach salad with local Asian pears and toasted hazelnuts) to the wood-fired oven pizzas
(try the chicken with fresh basil pesto pizza) and the rotisserie pork loin with
organic chard and rosemary mashed potatoes.)
High Hand gets packed quickly-L Loomis residents have
embraced this cafe with fervor, so be sure to make reservations,
Do make time before or after your meal to stroll through the High Hand
nursery, surely the most fetching and strikingly designed nursery in Placer County. Wind
chimes tinkle in the breeze, a tabby nursery cat licks his paws as he curiously observes
the visitors. tall trees provide delicious shade on hot days, and there's even a koi pond
with darting, jewel-like fish that will fascinate your kids.
Payment methods: MasterCard and Visa only
Alcohol: Beer and wine
Corkage fee: $15
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