Whether you’re new to Woodland or just passing through with a little time to spare, you may be wondering where to go for a quick bite or what to do to get a feel for our town. Woodland has many parts and pieces that make it a great place for food, fun and entertainment. Below are just a few options to try. If you’re curious about what else is happening around Woodland make sure to check out our calendar, here.
Our weekend evenings are filled with live music options and we are the home to many festivals through out the year; California Honey Festival, Yolo BrewFest, and Scottish Games just to name a few. Bookmark this site too, we’ll be sharing more itinerary type posts to show all there is to do in and around Woodland.
Quick food options:
El Patio | Location & Phone
Drive through or sit in their small but cozy dining area. One of my favorite “fast food” Mexican eateries, El Patio serves up breakfast, lunch and dinner on the daily. Recommendations: Any super burrito, carne asada fries, the breakfast burrito.
Stack’d N Brew’d | Location & Phone
Their new phone app, or ordering online, makes it so easy to order and pick up. With well over 30 sandwiches and unlimited options this is a great place if you like tasty, simple portioned craft sandwiches. Recommendations: West Coast Rueben on ciabatta, Stack’d Club, Porchetta and any dipp’d sandwich
Mojo’s Lounge | Location & Phone
Brunch is served on the weekends from 11:00 am – 2:30 pm. A staple of downtown Woodland Mojo’s is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week. Recommendations: Spinach Salad with Salmon, Steak Sandwich, Sweet Potato Fries and BeLT (brunch menu only).
Things to do;
Antique Shopping | There are SIX antique shops within two blocks of each other on Main Street, each with their own style.
See Woodland’s historic architecture | Use the above map to drive our gorgeous “Stroll Through History” routes. You’ll see a variety of architectural styles that are simply jaw dropping.
California Agricultural Museum | Location & Phone
Boasting the nation’s most unique collection of tractors, the California Ag Museum is a great location for education around local agriculture and artifacts dating from the Gold Rush era. Find a listing of all the tractors on site here and read our blog post about them here.