Archive for August, 2013

Sutter Creek

Visit beautiful Historic Sutter Creek, with specialty boutiques, art galleries, antiques, wine tasting rooms and wonderful restaurants.

Jackson Rancheria Casino

Play, Stay, Dine and Win Rancheria Sytle at Jackson Rancheria Casino.

Sutter Creek Theater

The Sutter Creek Theatre professionally presents contemporary and traditional music, theatrical works, dance, film, and other artistic events that are engaging to a diverse regional audience.

The SCT features concerts by award-winning artists, films, theater, civic and corporate meetings, themed celebrations (reunions/weddings), and many others.

The venue comfortably seats 215 people, and is renowned for its excellent acoustics and intimate seating.

Volcano Theatre Company

In the town that hosted the state’s first amateur theatrical company, the Volcano Theatre Company has been continuing the tradition for over 30 seasons. Spring and Fall plays in the tiny Cobblestone Theatre, and two summer plays in the glorious Volcano Amphitheater.

Amador Flower Farm

Enjoy 1000 daylily varieties, nursery, gifts and acres of gardens with unusual perennials and grasses in glorious bloom throughout the season. Find inspiration daily, 9 am – 4 pm.

Black Chasm Cavern National Natural Landmark

Just outside the quaint village of Volcano, Black Chasm Cavern is a spectacular, living cave decorated with a huge variety of natural formations, including profuse arrays of rare and distinctive, sparkling helictites. The cave has been developed using an ecologically friendly platform, stairs and walkway system that enhances rather than detracts from the underground experience and protects the fragile floor of the cave while affording them spectacular views.

Black Chasm was named a National Natural Landmark in 1976 by the National Park Service. A 50-minute guided walking tour descend a series of stairs and walkways among formation covered caverns walls, flowstones , stalactites, draperies and helictitess.
Check out the web site for maps, directions, photos and information on our fun and educational school program.

Main Street Theatre Works

Main Street Theatre Works is a professionally-oriented, rural theatre company performing in Amador County, California. Now in our fifteenth year, we are dedicated to bringing professional and community theatre artists together to produce classical and contemporary plays, striving for a balance that stimulates both artists and audiences. An ensemble of gifted actors, directors, and designers lend their vision and skills to create rich seasons of comedy and drama.

Main Street Theatre Works performs in diverse venues, including summer theatre under the stars at the picturesque Kennedy Mine Amphitheatre. Throughout the years, MSTW has been continually nominated for regional theatre awards, winning the Sacramento Area Regional Theatre Alliance’s award for Best Production (Comedy) four out of the past five years!

Teresa’s Place

Teresa’s place was started as a boarding house for miners by Teresa Bassignani (Giurlani) in 1921. When the mines were closed during World War II the boarding house transitioned into a restaurant. Teresa’s Place continues to be owned and operated by  Teresa’s grandchildren and their families. We invite you to come and enjoy our heritage.

Taste Restaurant

Award winning fine dining minutes from Amador wineries. Seasonally inspired menu. Local and worldly wine and beer selection. Walk-in service at wine and food bar. Reservations suggested for dining room.



Jackson Rancheria Casino and Hotel

Whether world-class cuisine or a quick late night snack, there’s something to tempt you here. From the high-end menus of Lone Wolf’s Steakhouse to great buffets and casual meals at the Raging River, to a morning pick-me-up at the Coffee Café there’s something to fit any taste.

During Regional Stay-at-Home Order:

The Lone Wolf Restaurant is offering “to-go” orders only.

Monday & Tuesday Closed

Sunday, Wednesday & Thursday 4 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Friday & Saturday 4 p.m. – 10 p.m.


To-Go orders can be placed in person at Lone Wolf or by phone at 223-WOLF