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Putah Creek Cafe in Winters, CA
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Putah Creek Cafe

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210 Railroad Ave  WintersCA  95694

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Putah Creek Cafe in Winters, CA 
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Putah Creek Cafe, Eye On The Bay

Putah Creek Cafe in Winters, CA 
Putah Creek Cafe, Was visited by one of the the Bay Areas Morning Tv shows called, Eye On The Bay.  [...]

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Putah Creek Cafe

Putah Creek Cafe in Winters, CA 
The Putah Creek Cafe in Winters, California is featured on the Food Network show, "Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives."  [...]

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Food Network To Film Putah Creek Cafe

Putah Creek Cafe in Winters, CA 
Downtown Winters is buzzing, as the Putah Creek Cafe will be filmed Thursday for the show "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives."  [...]

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  1. anonymous
    5/5/2012 4:13:21 AM
    Best chicken fried steak and eggs for breakfast west of Texas!!!
  2. anonymous
    2/26/2012 11:47:09 PM
    I seen this on DDD, Guy really picked a good one here.  I am from Ohio and passing through California going up the coast to Washington.  I visit as many places that Guy has been to as I can and this is a real winner.  I will be heading back that way in 3 weeks or so and I think that I will time it so that I can get some Pizza!  Thanks Guy
  3. anonymous
    12/29/2011 5:07:21 PM
    Guy focused so much on the pizza, but nobody mentions it's only available during dinner. We flew to Cali from Indiana and were disappointed when we were told we couldn't order pizza until 5:00. :'(
  4. anonymous
    10/26/2011 9:19:57 PM
    my wife and I did an eight day motorcycle/DDD road trip and hit about a dozen DDD spots in central California. A couple duds, mostly good, but Putah Creek Cafe was the best of the bunch. We're looking forward to stopping there again. A bit out of the way but well worth it. Also, it looks like a great town to hang out in for a weekend.
  5. anonymous
    8/16/2011 8:22:55 PM
    I had an Applewood Smoked Bacon Steak.  It was a 3/4" thick bacon steak that was incredibly delicious.  I wil be back to try some of the other menu items.  I especially look forward to trying the chicken fried steak.
  6. anonymous
    4/4/2011 3:22:47 PM
    Stopped there for lunch on our way to Napa, on a Sunday, about a 30 min wait but totally worth it. The wife had a blt, I had chicken fried steak, the small one and it was plenty big enough! Great food and super baked goodies. Looking forward to seeing the show tonight.
  7. anonymous
    4/2/2011 2:37:59 PM
    monday 4/4/11  6.00pm
  8. anonymous
    12/31/2010 6:11:22 PM
    My wife and I live in Chico, CA and drive to San Francisco for an extended weekend six or seven times a year. We stop at Putah Creek Cafe in Winters for breakfast or lunch on the way south and usually on the way north, if the time is right. We want to plan a dinner hour there in the late spring when it stays light later in the day. There dinner menu looks really great. Paella? Yeah! I dig your show. Tried the 19th Hole in San Francisco. Great place--thanks for your show on it. Also, my daughter in Portland goes with me to the many places you've featured there. Yours is the best food show for foodies (on a fooder?) like me. I grew up in a small town (2K) where diners, drive-ins and dives were the norm. We had Speck's Cafe (at the Greyhound bus stop) for saddle blankets, The Wee Cafe with 9 stools at the counter only for burgers and egg salad sandwiches and ice cream shakes, the Cottage Inn for spaghetti and meatballs, and The Diner--an actual railroad dinner car off the rails and serving diner food a.m. to p.m.. My wife's grandfather ran The Richlieu--a bar and beanery that served a town-famous bowl of beans made with bacon, onions, and pinto beans cooked until the broth was a rich brown gravy. We still have the recipe and the pot of beans are addicting. I look forward to every show. Always a treat. Like finding a Reuben and a cold beer at a roadhouse in the middle of the desert. It quenches this old farts appetite for vittles "eye candy."
  9. anonymous
    9/2/2010 11:10:05 AM
    When does it air, on Diners, drive-ins and dives
  10. anonymous
    9/2/2010 11:09:55 AM
    When does it air, on Diners, drive-ins and dives
  11. anonymous
    9/2/2010 11:09:25 AM
    When does it air, on Diners, drive-ins and dives

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