Wine and Food
Turn Local for Trinity County Produce, Wine, and Good Eats
Many visitors to Trinity County ask about how to have an authentic experience and feel what it is like to be a Trinitarian. There is no better way to be local than by experiencing Trinity through its locally grown foods.
Trinity County has a growing agriculture industry with the goal to supply our restaurants and schools with high quality products. Our Trinity County wineries produce wonderful and unique wines for almost every taste. You can find many of these products showcased at events that are calendared throughout the year.
Each of Trinity County’s six regions expressed their spirit through their options of restaurants, cafés, and grills. Whether it is artisan wood-oven pizzas, gourmet burgers, or that amazing Trinity River salmon over risotto, our Trinity chefs welcome you to try something new.
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The larger communities in Trinity County offer local restaurants, cafés, and grills to quiet your hunger. Below are some quick references to local dining:
- Aztec Grill & Redwood Market, 930 Main St, (530) 623-1101
- Burger King, Hwy 299, (530) 623-6208
- Cafe at Indian Creek Lodge, Hwy 299, Douglas City, 530-623-6294
- Diggins, The , (cocktails) Main St., 530-623-3423
- La Grange Cafe, (cocktails & restaurant) 520 Main St, (530) 623-5325
- La Casita, 570 Main St, (530) 623-5797
- Lunchbox, The, Nugget Lane, (530) 739-1040
- Mamma Llama Eatery & Cafe, (& coffeehouse) 490 Main St, (530) 623-6363
- Marino’s Pizza & Italian Restaurant/Nino’s Cafe, 1316 S. Nugget Lane, (530) 623-6466
- Miller’s Drive-In, 907 S. Main St, (530) 623-4585 (CLOSED)
- Mountain Market Place Organic & Natural Foods (Deli), 508 Main St, (530) 623-2656
- New York Saloon, (cocktails), 533 Main St .530-623-3492
- Nugget Restaurant, 790 Main St./Hwy 299, (530) 623-6749
- Red Dragon, 625 Main St, ( 530) 623-3000
- Red House Coffee House,The, 86 S. Miner St, (530) 623-1635
- Round Table Pizza, 120 Nugget Lane, (530) 623-4551
- Stagecoach Pizzeria & Cafe, 529 Main St., (530) 623-2663
- Starbucks ( in Tops Market), S. Main St., (530) 623-2494
- Subway, 1313 S. Main St, (530) 623-8645
- Susie’s Bakery, 1260 S. Main St., (530) 623-5223
- Tangle Blue Saloon (cocktails & pizza), 160 Nugget Lane, (530)-623-4436
- Tops Market Deli, S. Main St, (530) 623-2494
- Trinideli, (restaurant & deli) Hwy 3 & Center St, (530) 623-585
- Trinity Alps Golf Club Bar and Restaurant, 130 Golf Course Drive (530) 623-6209
- Strawhouse Cafe, (and coffee house) 31301 Hwy 299, Big Flat 866-902-3276
- Trinity Adventure Park (T.A.P.) Cafe 31030 Hwy. 299, Big Flat 530-623-3964
Hayfork & Hyampom
- Brews & Screws, (Cocktails & Hardware) 22517 Hyampom Rd, Hyampom, (530) 628-4860
- Casa de Castellanos, 7130 Main St (Hwy 3) Hayfork (530) 628-5309
- Irene’s Cafe, 7166 Hwy 3, (530) 628-5385 (CLOSED)
- Northern Delights Coffee House, 7091 Hwy. 3, Hayfork (530) 628-5246
Trinity Center & Coffee Creek
- Bear’s Breath Bar & Grill at Trinity Alps Resort, (cocktails & restaurant) on Stuart Fork River, (530) 286-2205 (Seasonal)
- Coffee Creek Ranch, 4310 Coffee Creek Rd, 800-624-4480 (Seasonal)
- Mini Kat, at KOA campground, Trinity Center (530) 266-3582 (Seasonal)
- Timbers Restaurant at Trinity Lake Resort & Marina, (cocktails & restaurant) 45810 Hwy 3, (530) 286-2225 (Seasonal)
- Trailhead Pizza, 31 Pine Lane, Coffee Creek (530) 266-3222 (Seasonal)
- Trinity Center General Store, 55 Scott Rd., (530) 266-3393
- Trinity Mountain Meadow Resort, end of Coffee Creek Rd, (530) 462-4677 (Seasonal)
- Yellow Jacket Eatery, corner of Mary Ave & Scott Blvd, Trinity Center (530) 266-3866 (Seasonal)
- Lewiston Hotel, (Cocktails and Restaurant) 125 Deadwood Rd, (530) 778-3823
- Mountain Valley Grill, 4811 Trinity Dam Blvd, (530) 778-3177
- Twisted River Cafe and Grill, 4391 Trinity Dam Blvd., (530) 778-3232
- The Journey’s End, (diner and saloon) 9001 Mad River Rd, (707) 574-6441
- Mad River Burger Bar, 2515 State Hwy 36, (707) 574-6646
- White Stump BBQ, Mad River Rd. 707-223-0930 (Seasonal)
Nothing is more relaxing than a visit to a Trinity County vineyard nestled in our scenic mountain valleys. Trinity County features a number of quality vineyards and wines and is quickly becoming a regional hub for award-winning wines. Each wine reflects its unique climate and soil conditions.
Take a scenic drive along Trinity Lake to Alpen Cellars Winery 530-266-9513
enjoy an afternoon picnic at One Maple Winery 530-778-0716 in Lewiston.
Sumner Vineyard & Winery 844-430-4310 is in Hayfork Valley.
Merlo Estate Family Vineyards, 866-222-3313 in Hyampom
Alpen Cellars, One Maple Winery and Sumner Vineyards are located in the 96,000 acre “Trinity Lakes” viticulture area, recognized for its unique growing conditions. Alpen Cellars and One Maple vineyards have scenic picnic areas for your enjoyment. Sumner Vineyards give tours by appointment.
You can buy Trinity County wines at Tops Super Foods and CVS/pharmacy in Weaverville. They are also served at many restaurants and cafes in Trinity County.
We have some very interesting and entertaining events which showcase our local wines and food products. You can ‘taste local’ at the:
- Taste of Trinity, Lewiston Peddler’s Faire
- Trinity Lake Wine and Jazz Fest, Trinity Center
- Watershed Center /Rotary’s Wine and Cheese Gala, Hayfork
Almost all Trinity community organizations host fundraising dinners, BBQ cook-offs, and breakfasts throughout the year to support our volunteer fire departments, Lions Club charity projects, high school scholarship program, Rotary projects, libraries, museums, and many other causes. These events are a great opportunity to meet local Trinity citizens, support Trinity’s rural lifestyle, and enjoy some great food.
Join us at one of Trinity’s major food events:
- Big Game Banquet hosted by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation — April
- Watershed Center /Rotary’s Wine and Cheese Gala, Hayfork – May
- 4th of July Celebrations in Weaverville – July
- Trinity Lake Wine and Jazz Fest — Third Saturday of July
- Ducks Unlimited Banquet and Auction, Weaverville – September
- Hayfork Big Foot BBQ Competition & Trinity County Pro-Am – September
- Joss House Moon and Weaverville Harvest Festivals & Chili Cook Off – September
- Ruth Lake Summer Festival — Labor Day weekend
- Trinity Lake Lions Labor Day BBQ and Fly-in — Sunday of Labor Day weekend
- Salmon Festival and Dutch Oven Cook-Off, Weaverville — October
Nothing tastes better than locally grown food. Trinity is proud to have a growing food products industry that offers fruits, herbs, vegetables, meats, and wine.
- Trinity Homegrown Foods
- Trinity County Growers Association – started in February 1990 to establish local farmers’ markets and promote organically grown, sustainable agriculture in our communities. For more information contact Sue Corrigan at 623-6821 or 515-9275.
You can find locally grown produce at these grocery stores:
- Mountain Market, Weaverville
- Tops Market, Weaverville
- Norel-Pom Natural Foods, Hayfork
Trinity County Farmers Markets are open each growing season. They feature locally grown fresh vegetables and fruits, eggs, honey, and much more. Buy fresh tomatoes! Wide variety from cherries to beefsteaks, slicers to paste tomatoes, heirlooms and hybrids. For more information, contact
- Weaverville Farmers’ Market
Wednesdays from 4- 7 pm, Highland Art Center Meadow, Weaverville – For more information contact Chanda Johnson at 530-623 2380 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Hayfork Farmers Market
Fridays from 4- 7 pm on Hwy 3 across from the Post Office
The Cordtz Family Farm sells a wide variety of vegetables and fruit. Check out their delicious raspberries (red & amber), loganberries, strawberries, nectarberries, and blueberries. They have fresh lettuce (several varieties), chard, kale, beets, snap peas, summer squash, cucumbers, onions, broccoli, cabbage, tomatoes (including heirlooms), corn, peppers, melons, green beans, and eggplant, in season. Fall treats include apples, pears, pumpkins and winter squash. Purchase their fresh-picked produce at the Farmers Markets in Hayfork. For more information about purchasing their produce, contact Larry, Debra or Heather Cordtz at 530-628-4750 or email@example.com.
The Mountain Mystery Garden offers fruits, vegetables, herbs and nursery plants. Check out their offerings at the Weaverville Farmers Market or call Robin Krumbholz at 530-623-4246, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on what’s available.
Try Trinity Alps Honey, courtesy of hard-working local bees. Their wonderful varieties, including Mountain Blackberry, are available at Mountain Market in Weaverville.