Plymouth (formerly, Puckerville, Pokerville, and Poker Camp) is a city in Amador County, California, United States. The population was 1,005 at the 2010 census. The town was originally named Pokerville, when it was settled during the time of the Gold Rush. Plymouth is commonly now known as a "Gateway to Shenandoah Valley"; a popular wine producing region in the Sierra foothills. The Ione Band of Miwok Indians, a federally recognized tribe of Miwok people, is headquartered in Plymouth.
Things to do in Plymouth
4.5 based on 511 reviews
Taste is dedicated to providing our guests with the highest quality service, food, beverage and ambiance. We strive to be innovative, leaders in our field and to make a difference in our community. Taste was the first restaurant in the Sacramento region to be invited to cook at the prestigious James Beard House in over twenty-five years. Taste is rated by ZAGAT as one of the Top Restaurants in America. The food is reflective of the seasons and utilizing local producers. The service is fun and knowledgeable. Dinner: Thursday - Tuesday Lunch: Friday, Saturday and Sunday. thirteen dollar thursday at the wine bar - every thursday enjoy an appetizer and beverage pairing for just thirteen dollars. monday supper - every monday a three-course prix fixe menu is served for thirty dollars, in addition to regular menu. Two-course meal for twenty-two dollars every tuesday in addition to the regular menu. corkage free the second thursday of the month. wine bar offers bar menu and dinner menu. menus for vegan, vegetarian and gluten intolerant diets always available.
An outstanding restaurant in an unlikely locale. Dinner there twice; first night we both had their fabulous mushroom cigars, duck breast, glasses of Vino Noceto Sangiovese, and chocolate gelato with espresso shot. Second night, husband's birthday, shared 1/2 order of mushroom cigars, and a grilled octopus appetizer, then each had their rack of lamb with same wine as last night. Same dessert as night before. Really can't wait to go back again.
5 based on 99 reviews
It's a miracle that this place can stay afloat in a little hamlet like Amador City; but the secret is that every restaurant within 25 miles serves their breads and pastries. Unbelievably delicate, artistic, flavorful, and addicting. Sandwiches for lunch on the road; pastries and coffee to start the day; and snacks for the road. Its mobbed from the minute it opens, but every single item is a temptation; and old-world stalwarts will celebrate this sign of emerging american excellence in the bread and pastry realm. I have not checked to see if they have a nationally ranked pastry book out yet, but it would not surprise me. Sadly, they have not yet made the final decision on whether to open a Place in Chico California. but stay tuned!
4.5 based on 184 reviews
Had dinner with my sister. Got the chicken and artichoke heart. This is some seriously good pizza. I’m not a huge pizza fan but this pizza was excellent. They don’t skimp on the toppings. Better than even fancy pizza places.
4 based on 81 reviews
Dating from 1879, the historic Imperial Hotel in Amador City offers casual elegance in indoor and patio dining to visitors and local residents alike. This family-owned and operated establishment takes pride in featuring organic, locally grown produce, fresh meats and sustainably harvested fish and seafood. The menu varies with the seasons and honors the simple goodness of the ingredients in the tradition of the finest California cuisine. » Sample Dinner Menu Dinner at Imperial Hotel Amador City The Oasis Bar at the Imperial Hotel is an experience in itself with its antique barstools, old gaslights and creaky floorboards. The bar is stocked with a large selection of spirits and California and imported wines and beers. The wine list features a careful selection of award-winning local wines. Happy Hour on Wednesdays from 5 - 6:30 pm, a mix of locals and tourists enjoying hors d'oeuvres and camaraderie ... in the Oasis Bar. Dinner - Tues-Sun, starting at 5 pm Brunch - Saturday and Sunday 9:30 - 2:30
Dinner choices were four different entrees. When we checked into our room, we were shown the menu and realized that our grandsons would do OK and that my wife, on a restricted dietary regimen, would also be OK. The young woman waiting our table was particularly friendly and pleasant and the setting was quite nice (though they need to look after dead flies near the front window!). Breakfast came with our hotel room cost -- it was very tasty French toast with blueberries and diced walnuts. Not sure what the choice is on other days.
3 based on 11 reviews
Great burgers and other all American favorites, made on the spot.
Don't miss Mary Lou's pies. This is a quaint place in a quaint town. The fare is basic American but, THOSE PIES!! A local clientele who are very welcoming to visitors.
4.5 based on 83 reviews
Marlene & Glen's Diner, featuring an almost unlimited menu of homemade comfort food for breakfast and lunch. With a full bar and family atmosphere, Marlene & Glen’s is the best place to start a tour of the wine country or foothill adventure!
My husband and I ate here for the first time this morning. We arrived late morning and both had breakfast meals. I ordered scrambled eggs with country potatoes, bacon and a biscuit. My husband had the Denver omelette with biscuits and gravy and a pancake. I was surprised when the waiter asked me if I wanted my bacon cooked "soft, medium or crispy." I was also asked if I wanted peppers and onions in my potatoes. My husband was asked if he wanted his hashbrowns cooked soft or crispy? And was cheddar cheese okay for the omelette? Here at this diner, it appears that they want to cook your food the way you want it and I thought this was a big plus. My bacon came to me cooked perfectly (I am a big bacon fan) and I enjoyed the rest of my breakfast as well. The biscuit was homemade and had a great buttermilk flavor and texture, unlike the bland biscuits served by many restaurants. My husband also liked his omelette and said the Denver omelette was filled with lots of ingredients: big chunks of ham and lots of cheese. My husband was also pleased with the large glasses (really huge mugs) we were given of water for me and soda for him. Service was pleasant and attentive. The other people working in the diner were all cheerful and friendly. It has a real down home atmosphere. The diner is cheerfully decorated with Coca Cola memorabilia and colorful red booths. I was a little concerned when we first went inside and I noticed the floor was dirty. This is the only negative I have for the place. Prices are not cheap here for breakfast but not excessively high either. I would definitely recommend stopping here for a meal. After you eat take a drive up the road on E-16 and see the beautiful Shenandoah Valley with all the vineyards and wineries. It is a special place. Not too far away is also adorable little Fiddletown, a historic town well worth a visit.
4.5 based on 79 reviews
We ate four days is a row at Element. The restaurant is open only for breakfast, but has an a full menu of interesting options. Many of the offerings included tasteful greens and roasted vegetables. The omelette, deep fried apple fritter, beets with eggs, squash and potatoes with eggs were all great. The offerings were all served quickly, and were tasty and well presented. The young staff was energetic, efficient and friendly.
4.5 based on 72 reviews
Please check the website. We happened upon this place & had the most fabulous lunch there - a refreshing veggie panini & the freshest salad I've had in a very long time! It's a very comfortable & friendly place. Along with the restaurant, you may purchase take out foods - the hummus & chips are the best I have had anywhere! You can buy wine, do tastings, buy various other bits of packaged items. She also does catering - I can just imagine how good that would be! This place is well worth a visit. Almost right across the street from Taste - which is reviewed on your site. Taste wasn't open when we were there so unfortunately we weren't able to try it out. We came upon the Amador wine area by accident & thoroughly enjoyed our day visiting wineries - 99% of them have free tastings!
Just across the street from our hotel so a snack was needed in the late afternoon. Great selection of item plus sandwiches. Also wines and many different drinks. Small outside seating, oh, make sure to get some Truffled chips.........delicious
4.5 based on 35 reviews
We have been here a few times in the past and never reviewed it. They make a great variety of beer... something for everyone. The staff always seems pleasant and friendly. Will be back soon to refill my growler!
3.5 based on 44 reviews
Stopped here with friends for lunch. The hostess was also working the bar, seemed rather annoyed and was not the friendliest. I could only get a chimichanga with chicken or steak. She said the shredded beef put too much grease in the oil when they deep fry it, bad for the french fries. Have never had that problem in any Mexican restaurant before. Guess they need to get another deep fryer. Ordered the steak which was good however and large. My friends had quesadilla and encillades which they said were good. Not sure I'd go back, lots of Mexican places in the area.
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