Popular sushi and Japanese cuisine locale; lots of rolls, tempura, specialty, dine indoors or out.
500 1st Street, in the Davis Commons
Monday-Thursday 11:30-2 and 4:30-9:30; Friday 11:30-10; Saturday noon-10; Sunday noon-9.
In a new location and building, serving organic coffees and teas, desserts and pastries; patio seating, and always busy wi-fi.
610 Second Street
Weekdays 7-11; weekends 8-11.
Small, clean, bustling place serving sushi, sashimi, teriyaki, tempura, tonkatsu.
2120 Cowell Blvd., Ste 143 (in Oakshade Commons)
Monday-Thursday 11-9; Friday 11-10; Saturday 2-10.
Mr. Pickles Sandwich Shop
Great variety of sandwiches and specials, plus salads, wraps, and a free cookie.
2191 Cowell Blvd.
Monday-Saturday 10-7, Sunday 11-5.
All you can eat sushi made to order — not a buffet.
2939 Spafford Street
Weekdays 11-9; Weekends Noon-9.
Open Rice Kitchen
Tasty Chinese: Crab Wontons, Dim Sum, Eggplant with Tofu in Spicy Garlic Sauce, Satay Style Noodles, beer and wine.
204 G Street
Sunday-Wednesday 11-midnight; Thursday-Saturday 11am-3am.
Original Steve’s Pizza
Back under original ownership, dishing up excellent fully-loaded pies, sandwiches, plus wine and beer on tap.
314 F Street
Sunday-Thursday 11-10; Friday-Saturday 11-11.
Outstanding Italian cuisine, both traditional and creative, indoor or outdoor garden seating, highly rated by Zagat.
2657 Portage Bay East
Lunch weekdays 11:30-1:30; dinner Monday-Saturday 5:30-9 (last seating at 9).
From comforting Mac & Cheese with Bacon to filet steak au poivre and root-beer pork sliders; rich desserts, full bar.
808 Second Street
Weekdays Happy Hour 4-6, dinner 5-10; Saturday dinner 5-10.
Reliable Italian fare: fried ravioli, insalata mista, carbonara, stromboli sandwich, pizza (menu or build your own), tiramisu. Weekend breakfast includes Italian Benedict, Amaretti Toast, selection of omelets.
139 G Street
Sunday-Thursday 11:30-9; Friday-Saturday 11:30-10.
Well-known Chinese food chain for dining in or take-out.
1491 West Covell Blvd. (in The Marketplace shopping center)
Sunday-Thursday 10:30-9:30; Friday-Saturday 10:30-10.
Bakery-cafe with fresh breads, sandwiches, smoothies, salads, indoor and patio seating
603 E. 3rd St.
Monday-Saturday 6am-9pm; Sunday 7am-8pm.
Pho King 4
The signature Pho, of course, plus other soups, combo plates with meat and seafood, lots of vegetarian options.
226 3rd Street
Walk-in made-to-order salads, beef and chicken, garlic mashed potatoes, veggies, fresh breads; quick, plentiful, priced right.
500 1st Street
A full menu of bagels straight up or special–like the bacon eggwich on a pesto bagel–plus tasty bagel-based sandwiches and a huge selection of bottled drinks.
206 F Street
Preethi Indian Cuisine
North and South Indian family restaurant.
715 Second Street
Daily: Lunch 11-3 and Dinner 5-10.
A “boba shop” diner; popcorn chicken, pan fried noodles, beef chow fun, a wide selection of teas.
640 W Covell Blvd., Suite F (in Anderson Plaza)
Monday-Wednesday 11:30-1; Thursday-Friday 11:30-2; weekends 11:30-midnight.
Healthy Indian food.
207 3rd Street #230 “Upstairs”
Red 88 Noodle Bar
Eclectic Thai-inspired selections: duck noodle soup, tofu with rice noodles, Asian Style Fries, spicy silver noodle.
223 G Street
Sunday-Tuesday 11-11; Wednesday-Saturday 11-3am.
Formerly “Murder Burger,” known for good, big burgers–including the Ostrich burger–plus a full helping of sides (try the Nacho Cheese Fries) and thick shakes.
978 Olive Drive
Top-rate specialty coffee drinks, wine, beer, tea, plus small plates, sandwiches, salads, desserts; located within John Natsoulas Gallery, with indoor and outdoor seating.
521 1st Street
Round Table Pizza
Pizza, sandwiches, salad bar from the venerable chain.
2151 Cowell Blvd
Sam’s Mediterranean Cuisine
Comfortable converted house serving such delights as beef shawarma with yogurt sauce, falafels and pitas, fresh hummas; cash only.
301 B Street
Monday-Friday 11-8; Saturday noon-7:30.
Handsome establishment attached to the Hallmark Inn hotel, emphasizing fresh local and regional ingredients in salads, pizzas, pastas, entrees, and nightly specials.
102 F Street
Lunch: Tuesday-Friday 11:30-2; Saturday 12-2
Dinner: Tuesday-Thursday and Sunday 5-9; Friday-Saturday 5-10
Sunday Bruch: 11-2.
Beyond conventional Chinese: Lions Head Meatballs, Eggplant with Eel in Clay Pot, Shanghai Style Chow Mein, Xiao Long Bao; also Dim Sum.
1260 Lake Blvd., #111 (in Westlake Plaza)
Weekdays 11-2 and 5-9; weekends 11-9:30.
Sophia’s Thai Kitchen
Long-time Thai establishment; satay, noodle and curry specials, a selection of stir-fry dishes; live music throughout the year, call for details.
129 E Street
Lunch: Monday-Saturday 11-2:30
Dinner: Sunday-Thursday 5-9; weekends 5-10 Bar: Monday-Saturday 5-2:00am.
Stone Soup Catering & To-Go
Take out for weekly pre-order and pickup, ‘California soul food’ fried chicken, sides and more.
423-B L Street
Sudwerk Restaurant and Brewery
Micro-brewery also serving a huge assortment of appetizers, salads, burgers, sandwiches, pasta, pizza, and entree specials. Full bar. (530) 758-8700
2001 2nd Street
Vietnamese diner offering pho, robust traditional sandwiches, pearl shakes; vegan friendly picks, as well.
229 G Street
Serving sushi and sashimi, plus fried oysters, salmon teriyaki, gyoza, even fried bananas.
2939 Spafford Street, #105
Tuesday-Sunday 11-2:30 and 4:30-9.
Sushi’s the thing here as you might suspect, but you can also get tempura, teriyaki, sukiyaki, bento-box specials, and seafood salads.
620 West Covell Blvd.
Monday-Thursday 11-9:30; Friday-Saturday 11-10; Sunday 11-9.
Symposium Restaurant & Pizza
Authentic Greek cuisine from dolmas and marides to rich mousaka, lamb souvlaki, and gourmet Greek pizzas.
1620 E. 8th Street
Weekdays 11-2 and 5-9; Saturday 5-10.
Tako Korean BBQ
Features “a delicious and unique fusion of Korean and Mexican cuisine” like tacos with Korean-style short ribs; gluten-free and vegetarian options, local beers, wine, Korean cocktail Soju
400 G Street
Monday-Thursday 10:30-10; Saturday 10am-2am; Sunday 10-9.
Taqueria El Burrito
Great variety of hearty burritos, combo plates, big salsa bar, generous portions.
223 F Street
Cozy Mexican diner with nice patio seating out front; all the usual standards made fresh, in large portions.
417 Mace Blvd.
A wide selection of teas is the draw here, hot or iced in wonderful flavors; plus sandwiches and salads in a lovely courtyard setting.
222 D Street, Suit 3
Tuesday-Thursday 10:30-6; Friday-Saturday 10-6; Sunday 11-4.
Order at the counter for such items as seafood pad kee mao, duck fried rice, various stir-fried dishes, all at quite reasonable prices.
117 E Street
Tuesday-Saturday 11-2; Sunday-Monday 11-10.
From Thailand, praram with peanut sauce, BBQ chicken, spicy duck, garlic prawns, green lipped mussels, pan-fried noodles with crab.
424 G Street
Monday-Thursday 11:30-2:30 and 5-9; Friday 5-10; Saturday noon-10; Sunday noon-9.
Fine Thai cuisine featuring pad thai, pra ram, basil eggplant, prig khing, pad see ew, yum tilapia, curry puffs, fried pumpkin.
132 E Street, Suite 190 (in Mansion Square)
Lunch Tuesday-Saturday 11:30-2; Dinner daily 5:30-9.
The Davis Graduate
Burgers, sandwiches, and a healthy selection of fried goodies, full bar, lots of TVs turned to sports, giant-screen TV for special events, frequent music and dancing.
805 Russell Blvd.
The Dumpling House
A quick, tasty selection of dumplings, both meat and meatless, plus fish-n-chips, crispy tofu, a smattering of specials.
129 E Street
Monday-Saturday 10:30-9; Sunday 11-8:30.
Local hole-in-the-wall legend with a limited but delicious selection big dogs, brats, sausages, steamed buns, and all the trimmings.
129 E Street, #A-1 (next to Sophia’s Thai Kitchen)
Monday-Saturday 11-9; Sunday 11-4.
The Mustard Seed
A cozy, fine-dining institution with seasonal fare and exceptional service; lunch includes such delights as gazpacho, artisan sandwiches, and almond curry tuna salad. For dinner: grilled herbed polenta, rack of lamb, Macadamia Nut Crusted Wild Hawaiian Butterfish.
222 D Street
Dinner Only: Monday-Saturday from 5:30.
The Old Teahouse
Quick and simple Chinese selections plus a bevy of coffee and tea drinks.
825 Russell Blvd. #22 (at University Mall)
Monday-Wednesday 11:15-midnight; Thursday-Friday 11:15-2am; weekends noon-midnight.
The Organic Coup
America’s first USDA Certified Organic Fast Food, featuring chicken sandwich, wrap, or bowl, organic popcorn, a variety of drinks.
130 G Street, Suite C
All kinds of sandwiches are assembled here.
1411 West Covell Blvd. (in The Marketplace)
Weekdays 9:30-9; Saturday 10-8:30; Sunday 10-8.
Cafe in combination with Froggy’s bar; you can large burgers and stuffed-full sandwiches with soft or hard drinks.
(530) 75-TOMMY — a.k.a. (530) 758-6669
726 2nd Street inside Froggy’s
Mexican fare in generous servings; chimis, enchiladas, burritos, specials, chips and salsa; dine indoors or out on the patio near the historic Davis train depot.
805 2nd Street
Monday-Thursday 11-9; Friday 11-10; Saturday 10-10; Sunday 10-8.
Uncle Vito’s Slice of NY
Top-notch New York style pizza by the whopping slice or whole, plus great appetizers, full bar.
524 2nd Street
Monday-Wednesday, Sunday: 11:30-10; Thursday-Saturday: 11:30-2am.
Home of the “Best Pizzas in Yolo County”. Located in the heart of downtown Davis in a beautiful 100 year old Craftsman style house. Their wonderfully eclectic menu also includes amazing burgers, Sandwiches, Persian dishes and fresh salads all served with Village Bakery breads of course. Everything is made from scratch. They proudly offer a great selection of local wines and many craft beers.
Village Pizza & Grill
403 G Street, Davis