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Dining Guide – Lassen County, Lassen County Travel

Featured Restaurants – Dining Reviews (More Listings Below) Susanville-janesville Area Featured Listings: happy garden restaurant Chinese, Outside the Box Not only is the food delicious, it is prepared with flair, for a stunning presentation. From traditional favorites to their wonderful signature dishes, they have received high ratings and many loyal customers. Read Article • Visit their Facebook   +1-530-258-1800 white house restaurant Thai cusine prepared fresh – 1 block off main street, Susanville Enjoy fresh and flavorful Thai cuisine at White House Restaurant in Susanville; food so good it will make you feel good. Enjoy their hand prepared dishes in a festive atmosphere, located one block off Main Street. Read more.  mazatlan grill mexican restaurant BUFFALO CHIPS PIZZA AND PUB HAuthentic mexican cuisine and full bar – main st. susanville Discover the delicious Mazatlan Grill on Main Street in Susanville. From their handmade entrees and full bar with a variety of margaritas, you can expect authentic Mexican cuisine. Read More. Artisan coffee janesville on Hwy. 395 near susanville Artisan Coffee serves up more then just coffee and tea. Come in for an Ice Cream float, Sundays, and so much more. Artisan Coffee is located at 464-440 Church St. in Janesville CA. 96114 The Boardroom – Lassen Ale Works Craft Beer, Lunch and Dinner A dozen craft beers plus seasonal! Many are named after local places, like Eagle Lake IPA and Almanor Amber. Enjoy...

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Calendar of Events Mar 15, 2018 – May 18, 2018

Butte County Every Tuesday, Oroville Rotary Club Meeting, noon-1:15, 2385 Montgomery St, Oroville Every Wednesday, Open Mikefull, 7PM Norton Buffalo Hall, 5704 Chapel Dr., Paradise, Sign ups start at 6:45 for a two-song or 10-minute slot, $2, Fridays, Car Show 6-9pm, Bartel’s Giant Burger, 22355 Corning Road, Corning, Local hot rod, classic and muscle car enthusiasts gather weekly in the parking lot. Every Thursday Night thru Sept 27, Thursday Night Market, On Broadway between 2nd and 5th Street, including side streets and the fabulous City Plaza! Features a bounty of farm-fresh produce from CDFA certified farmers, mouth-watering prepared foods...

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Magazine + Digital Marketing Tools – Mountain Valley Living +1.530.256.2800

Mountain Valley Living Magazine connects with readers that enjoy exploring the simple pleasures of NorCal. Our colorful pages are lled with stories about places to go, things to do and ways to make life simpler, healthier and more enjoyable in the mountains and valleys of Nor Cal. An estimated 75,000 readers pick up Mountain Valley Living Magazine at numerous locations in and around Chico, Red Bluff, Redding, Anderson, Lake Almanor, Chester, Greenville, Quincy, Westwood and Susanville. Additionally, we have over 12,500 subscribers to our online version at Our large amount of interesting, current, online content makes MVL another valuable tool for building campaigns that work. MountainValleyLivingMagazine .com Main Office: 530.256.2800 PO Box 26, Westwood, CA 96137 • Contact Eileen Majors, Publisher:...

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NorCal Lodging Guide – Butte, Lassen, Plumas, Shasta & Tehama Counties –

NOR CAL LODGING – Organized by County Butte County America’s Best Value Inn 740 Broadway St., Chico +1.530.343.3286 Bambi Inn 7436 Humboldt Rd., Butte Meadows +1.530.873.4125 Budget Inn, 1475 Feather River Blvd., Oroville, +1.530.533.2121  22 Rooms, Kitchenette, TV, High Speed Internet Comfort Inn-Paradise 5475 Clark Rd., Paradise +1.530.876.0191  62 Rooms • Free Wi-Fi • TV • Complementary Breakfast • Dog Friendly Rooms with extra fee • heated pool & spa Courtyard by Marriott, 2481 Carmichael Dr., Chico  +1.530.894.6699  90 Rooms, Flat-Panel TV, High Speed Internet, complimentary coffee and tea, Bistro, Bar, Meeting Room Days Inn 1745 Feather River Blvd.  Hwy-70N & Oro Dam...

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Take Me Back to 100 Years Ago

Take me Back to 100 Years Ago By Eileen Majors Photo courtesy of USGS I often think of what it would have been like to step off the train in Westwood a hundred years ago. The hustle and bustle of this newly built logging town was brimming with excitement while also building a sense of community that would indeed endure a hundred years. Hard working families endured the harsh winters, even reveling in the joy of living life in the great outdoors. As a team they had cut this small town out of the forest, built lumber mill operations and set up...

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