Grass Valley is actively seeking a tenant and location for a brewpub, and the historic downtown is a top contender, our magazine has learned. A brewpub, with craft beer brewed on site, would offer a needed economic boost, creating jobs and drawing visitors and locals.
Grass Valley’s quest for a brewpub comes amid a craft beer [...]
The Old Town Cafe on Mill Street in downtown Grass Valley is branching out and has just started serving dinner on Friday and Saturday each week, according to its Facebook page.
Weekend hours will be 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. They also will be open for Monday Night Football.
Owner Robin Buckman wanted to offer an affordable [...]
Here’s a food scoop: The Quiznos in downtown Grass Valley is closing but keeping the same owner. The owner’s other Quiznos franchise in Brunswick Basin will remain open, pumping out the popular hot deli sandwiches.
But here’s the most exciting news, worthy of regional attention: The Grass Valley store at 121 Neal Street will be transformed [...]
Visit Tess’ Kitchen Store for a demonstration on Saturday, December 8, starting at 5 p.m., on how to make Latkes in their new restaurant quality kitchen.
Latkes are a popular treat during the Eight-Day Festival of Lights. The oil for cooking the latkes is symbolic of the oil from the Hanukkah story that kept [...]
GRASS VALLEY REFLECTS THE RESURGENCE of small towns all across America. It has beauti- fully restored buildings, an historic downtown, festivals, top-notch dining and shopping—and world-class hiking, biking and kayaking nearby.
Grass Valley also boasts The Center for the Arts, which hosts big-city talent such as Lily Tomlin and Kris Kristofferson. The historic Holbrooke Hotel is [...]
The fundraising for an ice skating rink in downtown Grass Valley, open from just after Thanksgiving to New Year’s, is underway.
Downtown Ice Skating Rink
December 7, 2012 – January 1, 2013
The first of its kind in downtown Grass Valley or Nevada County! We are looking for sponsors to help us operate the family-friendly ice skating rink [...]
NOWHERE IS THE RESURGENCE OF downtown Grass Valley more visible than at Tess’ Kitchen Store, a longtime Mill Street merchant that will become an ultimate cooking store this spring with an innovative expansion.
Tess’ has been in continual operation since 1931, when original owner Tess Hawkins had a gift and card shop. The store has [...]