Golden State Classic: Things to Do & Where to Eat

Golden State Classic: Things to Do & Where to Eat

In Rancho Cordova, finding things to do and places to eat is easy!

Best Restaurants

When it comes to tacos, you can never go wrong with El Favorito Taqueria! After a long day of tumbling and soaring through the air, you’d want to have some of the best tacos in town. If you’re more of a breakfast person, you should also get their breakfast burritos—they are to die for!!

Speaking of breakfast, Café Dolce specializes in breakfast, coffee, and sandwiches! It’s the perfect place for gymnasts and their families to get a meal to go, whether it is an order of waffles or a Turkeycado sandwich.

Zak’s Bar & Grill is another iconic restaurant in Rancho Cordova. Not only is it close by to most of our hotels, but also known for its delicious meals! If you’re looking for a restaurant with tasty food and close to a hotel, Zak’s is the place for you. Located on Olson Drive, Zak’s is one of the many restaurants close to our hotels, such as California Inn, Fairfield Inn & Suites, Residence Inn, Hampton Inn, and more!

Click this link to read more about special hotel deals for the Golden State Classic!



Things to Do

It may be too cold to get on the water. Still, The Nimbus Hatchery provides visitors with a beautiful interactive experience to learn more about local river ecology and the environment. From January to February, visitors will see the new fish ladder during the steelhead trout season. Begin your tour at the free visitor center, which is open daily until 3 p.m., and then proceed to the kid-friendly exhibit to learn about the fish life cycle.

The Mills Station Arts & Culture Center (commonly known as the MACC) is the center of the Rancho Cordova community. The MACC highlights exhibits by local artists, cultural demonstrations, and more! The MACC always produces elegant themes for each exhibition. For instance, their Mad Hatter Exhibit displayed about 500 hats from many cultures and countries, ranging from the 1800s to the present. Their art exhibitions are free events, which is a fun way for you and your group to witness the talent of local artists and collectors.

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