The Restaurants & Caterers

Taste Restaurant

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Amador County’s best dining experience is on Main Street, Plymouth, the gateway to the Amador Wine Country.  Taste has been selected as one of the Top 100 Wine Restaurants in America by Wine Enthusiast Magazine. Now in their sixth year at the Barbera Festival, come celebrate with us this local culinary treasure.

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Vendage & Co

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This veteran of the Bay Area and local regional culinary scene is known for her fresh, locally sourced flavors. For the Barbera Festival, Chef Carolyn Kumpe is preparing and Oak-Fired, Grilled Assortment of Globally Spiced kabobs specially designed to pair with a full-bodied Barbera, Kefta (middle eastern spiced ground sirloin with turmeric-cucumber yogurt sauce), Hawaiian Huli Huli chicken with pineapple, bacon and a sweet and salty soy-honey marinade, and Lemony Garlic Herbed Greek Yogurt Spring Vegetables with Harissa.

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Teresa’s Place

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Teresa’s Place is an authentic, premier family-owned Italian restaurant. Boasting five generations, the family has been a long-time supporter, and attendee favorite, of the Barbera Festival. Traditional Italian cuisine and Barbera are a natural pairing! Past offerings include Sliced Tuscan Pork Loin or Grilled Chicken Breast with Pesto Pasta, Fresh Garden Salad with Garlic Bread, Straccia Italia Gelato, Lemon Sorbeto, and Blackberry Sorbeto.

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 Stuffed Food Truck

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 Need we say more? Come and pair your Italian favorite and find
out why being “stuffed” is a great feeling.

Gypsy Bistro

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The Gypsy Bistro, Catering & Events… featuring eclectic menus inspired by the seasons. Centrally located in Lockeford ca Serving the surrounding area including the greater San Francisco bay area and Sierra foothill region.  Home of “Rustica” a menu concept featuring wild game & rustic wine country cuisine.

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Yay! Paella
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Stan Halverson is passionate about paella. Outdoors, overlooking a vineyard, creating the perfect blend of enticing flavors to all the ooohs and ahhs—and yes, yays!—he remembered how he first fell in love with cooking and why. “Paella is undeniably delicious,” Stan says. “But it’s also a celebration, a form of entertainment and a feast for the eyes as well as the stomach—all in one pan (albeit a very, very large pan.) The crowd gathers around and watches while I cook. People ask questions. They want their pictures taken. It’s a lot of fun. And that’s all even before I serve it!”

Niiice riiice. Come taste how beautifully Stan’s creations pair with Barbara!

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Sites with local dining listings:

Amador Council of Tourism

El Dorado County Chamber of Commerce

WineCountry.com