Food & Wine
You can sample the tastes of the world with the culinary options you’ll find in Rancho Cordova. Here is a list of Rancho Cordova Restaurants.
LOCAL CRAFT BREWS & OTHER SPIRITS
American River Brewing Company - Discover the art of local craft brew in Rancho Cordova.
Gekkeikan Sake Tasting Room - If sake is more to your taste, be sure to stop here.
Amador County Wineries– California’s hidden wine country resides in the Sierra foothills, minutes from Rancho Cordova. Those in the know understand that the old vine zinfandels from Amador County are an extraordinary treat to the senses. You’ll also find barbera, sangiovese, sauvignon blanc, syrah and other varietals. Along with wines, you’ll find quaint towns like Sutter Creek and Volcano, imbued with antique shops, art galleries, museums and restaurants, perfect for exploring. Pleasantly winding Sierra foothill roads offer something new around every turn.
El Dorado County Wineries – Also close to Rancho Cordova, El Dorado County presents another wine region inviting exploration. The soil of the El Dorado County foothills is ideal for the world’s finest wine grapes, hailing from Bordeaux, the Rhône, Germany, Italy, and Spain. El Dorado County vintners will have a tasting glass waiting for you.
Lodi Wineries – A short trek from Rancho Cordova down Highway 99 lands you at numerous tasting rooms, ripe for resplendence. This Central Valley wine region is quickly gaining acclaim. Anyone with a passion for viticulture should add it to their itinerary.
Folsom’s Historic District – Above the placid waters of Lake Natoma resides one of the region’s hidden historical gems. Stroll along Sutter Street where unique shops and restaurants await.
Placerville – Infamously known as “Hangtown,” Placerville offers a throwback experience with a stroll-able historic district featuring bars, restaurants and boutique shops. Don’t miss the El Dorado County Historical Museum for a real glimpse of history.
Old Sacramento – Step back in time for riverside fun in the original Sacramento. Shops and restaurants, boat rides, train rides and the California State Railroad Museum make this a perfect place for all ages.
Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park- Explore Sacramento’s earliest settlement, and first non-native settlement in California’s Central Valley, named for Swiss immigrant John Sutter.
Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park – Take a step back in time to California’s famous Gold Rush era. Located in Coloma, the nearby river is a great place to cool off during summer.