Roseville (formerly, Roseville Junction, Junction, and Grider's) is the largest city in Placer County, California, United States, in the Sacramento metropolitan area. As of January 1, 2015, the state Department of Finance estimated the city's population to be 128,382. Interstate 80 runs through Roseville and State Route 65 runs through part of the northern edge of the city.
Restaurants in Roseville
4.5 based on 70 reviews
Love this trail - walking, biking.....feels like you are out in nature, though you are walking through developments. Easy to get to.
4 based on 224 reviews
Had time to kill before a flight so thought I would do lunch and a movie. The concept rocks - but like most things it will be the people that ruin it. Didn’t open the theater on time. I was second person in, but because my seat was in the last row I was the last to be asked for my order and oh by the way the kitchen is behind 35-40 minutes. When I expressed my concern the staff then treated me like I was the problem. The last straw was when they guy delivered my popcorn and just plopped it on the table and walked away. I won’t be back.
4.5 based on 78 reviews
Antique Trove of Roseville, Northern California's grandest display of rare and vintage antiques and collectibles, is sure to inspire your creativity through distinctive and timeless pieces handsomely presented in 40,000 square feet of unique vignettes with over 250 distinctive shop owners, you're sure to find unique items and creative ideas to enhance your personal spaces. Outside, we proudly present our Garden Terrace's Antique Village in over 10,000 square feet of outdoor shopping. Stroll through an eclectic collection of individual shops featuring everything from rustic iron, stoneware, metal sculptures, architecturals, garden furniture, salvage decor, as well as some unexpected one-of-a-kind items.Antique Trove is your ultimate source for repurposing and upcycling antique collectibles and vintage decor. Express your individuality without the carbon footprint and come experience a "world of treasures from across the globe".
The Trove has been an institution in Roseville for a number of years, and it's always an interesting place to wander around. It doesn't have exclusively true antiques any more, it's more collectibles, and much of what's offered appears to have been rounded up at yard sales. That doesn't mean it's junk, but the vast majority of what's on offer is not rare or really old. The items that I personally collect (American Art Pottery and various US produced glass) are difficult to find here anymore, and if they do appear they're usually overpriced by quite a bit. I sure wouldn't say this is a bargain hunter's paradise, but there are some unusual things including in the outdoor area where good buys can be found on old lawn furniture and larger items like fence gates and trellis and lawn furniture made of metal. Our last purchase here was a white metal lawn chair that weighs about 100 lbs. and still graces the entry patio at our home. If you want to kill a little time this is a good place to do it.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
Puzzles, mysteries, codes, secrets....armed with only your wits and reasoning, can you and your team beat the room in time? Beat the Room is Rocklin's premier real-life escape room venue. Bring your friends, family and co-workers for and exciting and fun way to test your mental dexterity. Reservations are required, check our website for booking information.
We had so much fun. There were 10 of us all family, including 3 teens and they had fun! I would recommend for family, friends, business groups. A fun challenge and we actually Beat The Room! Will definitely go back. Try it, you'll like it!
4 based on 183 reviews
First time visitors. The kids loved it. We played mini golf. Great little course. They even have it decorated for Halloween. We didn’t play games or anything else but it seems like a fun place to hang. Pricing was decent for mini golf. Cost $28 for 3 of us. Great time!
4 based on 18 reviews
Even on our own, we would enjoy Strikes. A nice, clean, safe place for families and kids. We were invited by the "kids" for this afternoon entertainment. Love the option of the bumpers coming up to give the younger ones confidence and allowing for the ball to make it to mow down some of those pins. Actually, not shabby for an adult who needs the confidence builder either!. No outside food is allowed, which is understandable but unfortunate, because their food left a lot to be desired....
Overall, a great couple of hours of family fun for all age groups.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
Very child friendly, very educational! The docent, Lilly, short black hair! I tell her I of Oakland, she shows me California map! Her tribe, MAIDU, there also Nissenan, are of Rose Ville, Folsom, Auburn areas! For my area was Coastanago Indians, however all friendly with each as they trade!
There alive animals, not caged, not stuffed animal heads! The other person points out tree two brown birds chasing a squirrel! They probably have chicks in the nest, protecting the nest!
There all kind petroglyphs! Wow!
I recommend this place to anyone! TIGER from OAKLAND thanks MARLIN FISH from Sacramento hotel taking me here!
4.5 based on 7 reviews
If you're looking for something fun, different and original, this is your ticket!. Blacktop Comedy is professional, witty, and personable with a variety of comedic ensembles. The talent here is the real deal, from improv to sketch and stand-up, you will enjoy the fun at a very affordable price. I laughed so hard at one point, I was grateful I was wearing my Depends. Great place for a date or something different. We've been there twice and see new original material each time. Great job gang!
4.5 based on 17 reviews
The Roseville Utility Exploration Center works with partners to promote education to students, residents and businesses of Roseville and surrounding communities about energy and water conservation, stormwater quality and waste reduction to ensure the long-term quality of life, health and well-being of our community.Created out of the city's belief that sustainability is a principle to live by, the Exploration Center is a one-of-a-kind environmental learning center focused on bringing visitors information on protecting natural resources in a fun, engaging way. Topics covered include energy efficiency, renewable technology, water conservation and recycling.The Exploration Center is housed within the Martha Riley Library building, which was recently awarded Gold Leed (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. It is the first building in Placer County to be so honored. Designed for active community use, the center provides a lively combination of hands-on exhibits with a Learning Lab for demonstrations, presentations and workshops. Future plans include an outdoor extension called the Ideascape, which will feature exhibits on water-wise landscaping, irrigation and construction innovations, solar energy, watershed protection and more.
I visited the Roseville Utility Exploration Center after going to the Roseville Library at Mahany Regional Park which is right next door. It was fun and fascinating to see the various educational displays. You can pop in on your own whenever it's open. But they also have fun and fascinating special classes and events through the year. Definitely worth signing up for their free notifications. I'm looking forward to taking my grandchild with me as it has many great things for the little ones. I love fun and I LOVE educational and this gives us both.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Given as a gift, two of went together for the first time and loved the experience. Our instructor was all about safety. Yes! Very thorough instructions and there for questions, tweaks, and encouragement. I felt I wanted to use my "other" arm and he had no problem letting me get comfortable with what suited me best. As it turned out-he know best. Had a great fun time.
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