Here are a few ideas to make the most of your stay.
Explore the area on foot
Other ideas of things to do in the area are listed on the maps found below:
Winery Events change weekly. Here are the events pages from some of the wineries closest to Coloma Spring Suites:
Our recommendation for live music is
Here are a few recommendations for restaurants in walking distance. Things change fast in the restaurant business,
Apologizes if there are any inaccuracies in the list. .
A few highlights include:
Fresh roasted coffee and more. Breakfast and Lunch. In the Courtyard with both Cafe
Family-owned since 2007, the Heyday Cafe is a relaxed, friendly gathering place for locals as well as visitors. They have a well-crafted menu ranging from Hawaiian ahi poke, lobster bisque, chicken curry Salad and Salmon salad. They have an extensive wine selection. This is a great choice for lunch or dinner. They have another restaurant, “The Independent” at the far east end of Main Street.
of comfort foot and lovely pictures of Placerville in the dining area.
Located in a historic building,
an upscale Mexican restaurant with nice gourmet twist on classic Mexican.
Located at the Bell Tower on Main Street,
will fulfill your desire for authentic Italian Pizza.
A Short Drive Away
The Smith Flat House Has a full dinner menu and classic and unique gourmet pizza selections including Fig & Prosciutto or Butternut Squash Pizza:
History is as big a part of the experience as the food. Originally known as the “Three Mile House”, it was built in 1853 over the Blue Lead Mine.
The Smith Flat House still has the old time “Gold Rush” feel. In the basement restaurant you can peer down into the mine shaft which produced several million dollars in gold. They have the best outdoor dining in Placerville, The outdoor patio is open on a seasonal basis.
Camino is the next town East on highway 50.
Crystal Basin Bistro The Bistro is a simple eating spot with a unique and very tasty menu. It is located within walking distance of 3 wine tasting rooms. There are 8 tasting rooms in close proximity in this “Camino Tasting Block.” Look for their wine events with music, dancing and their annual Hawaiian Luau with a roasted pig.