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Auburn is a true gem of the Gold Country. Rich in culture and history, Auburn offers visitors a warm, welcoming community, ripe with a burgeoning food scene, unique shopping options, as well as breweries and wineries that are as unique as its residents. It also boasts a seemingly endless treasure trove of idyllic and diverse recreational opportunities. Known as the Endurance Capital of the World for the two 100-mile races it
hosts annually, Auburn is the outdoor enthusiast’s dream. Ideally situated along Interstate 80 and the transcontinental
railroad, and with hundreds of miles of trails and beautiful rivers just outside of town, Auburn is the gateway to the American River, Sierra Nevada, Tahoe, Reno, and beyond. Within this quaint, yet booming foothill community, you will find a vibrant Old Town that can trace its roots back to the Gold Rush Era of California, as well as a growing, quirky and eclectic, mid-century
Downtown District. With Auburn’s iconic courthouse as the centerpiece between Old Town and Downtown, these two districts offer a wide range of dining options, a multitude of venues for sampling local beers and wines, as well as a plethora
of boutiques and antique shops to enjoy. It’s guaranteed; a stop in Auburn will not disappoint!


Not known to many visitors or newcomers, Auburn actually has two distinct historic business districts. Both have their own storied history and individual character yet share common roots in the Gold Rush Era of 19th Century architecture and are made up of independently owned shops, restaurants and art galleries.


Old Town today is a vibrant hub of the Trail, bubbling with locals and tourists alike, Wine & Ale enthusiasts flock to their favorite hot spots sprinkled throughout.


Filled with businesses who really ARE Auburn, Downtown is experiencing a revitalization and excitement like never before.
With a redeveloped Central Square and events like the Sunday Public Market & Sunday Suppers and Weekly Music Around Town
it’s starting to feel electric!

Safely visit today – WE’RE OPEN FOR BUSINESS!

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Opened in 2020, The Station Public House in Downtown Auburn offers a unique dining experience for its guests with over 8,000 square feet of outdoor space. With a contemporary landscaped garden complete with lighting and misters for those hot
summer nights and heaters for the winter months, The Station is quickly becoming Auburn’s casual backyard dining destination. With a diverse wine selection, 40 rotating taps, and a contemporary gastro pub menu complete with a sausage cart, there is something for everyone who stops in at The Station.
Picnic tables dotted throughout the garden provide a comfortable and cozy atmosphere to enjoy live music or one
of their many outdoor movie nights throughout the year.
Originally conceived by two Auburn locals, The Station seeks to create a community gathering depot for people of all ages
and their well-behaved furry friends. Located at 750 Lincoln Way on the eastern edge of Downtown Auburn, a locale historically known as East Auburn in the early 1900’s, The Station Public House derives its name from the historic trans-continental railroad station located just a stone’s throw from the restaurant. The Station truly is a must visit gem of the Gold Country. Visit their website for the most up to date menu and hours, as well an entertainment calendar.

THE STATION PUBLIC HOUSE – 750 Lincoln Way, Ste. 100 l Auburn  530.820.3353

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What started as a love for the town of Auburn, has expanded into a multicity family business and community essential. Old Town Pizza (OTP) offers not only great pizza, but wings, sliders & other apps that will rival any family football gathering.  Known for a carefully curated local wine & beer list, you can also explore various styles of craft beer and enjoy your favorites.

Auburn is the original location and started the humble beginnings for OTP and has won Auburn’s “Best of the Best” for 19 years straight. With Auburn’s vibrant Old Town atmosphere, what started two decades ago continues to showcase that “hometown pizza place” experience that guests crave. The restaurant is open daily and available for customers to dine-in, take-out, or delivery. Look forward to an expanded new Auburn location in the future too!

The newest OTP location can be found at the Gold Country
Fairgrounds in Auburn. The brand-new, permanent outdoor pavilion has a full kitchen, local beer & wine and plenty of tables, covered, open-air seating and room for kiddos to run around the grounds. Food is available to enjoy on-site or to-go. Parking is abundant, simply enter the Fairgrounds off High Street and head straight back.

Since relocating and expanding to a new spot last year, OTP
Lincoln has really got it goin’ on! It is complete with a rooftop
patio, a large dining room with plenty of room to spread out, a private gathering space, and a large bar. Both beer & wine are available on draft, making it a wonderful gathering spot for friends and family. It is also conveniently located next door to their award-winning brewery, Slice Beer.

With 24 beers on tap and a wrap-around bar, year-round outdoor patio and private party-room the Roseville location is the biggest of them all. The extensive hand-picked beer selection showcases local favorites on draft, cider options, and beer in cans and bottles. Beers are available for purchase to-go, along with your favorite meal too.

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The expansion across the street dubbed The Annex opened in November 2018 for beer lovers and foodies as a go-to spot to gather together for a casual craft dining experience. A custom built pizza oven warmly greets you while you enjoy world-class beers from Auburn Alehouse and other rotating local guest taps and a carefully curated wine list. Great for a group of friends on any occasion or simply stop by for a quick bite and a beer.


“The Alehouse,” one of a few true anchors in Historic Old Town Auburn welcomes locals and visitors alike with fresh California Cuisine, award-winning craft brew and hand-crafted cocktails.

Owners Lisa and Brian Ford are hands-on and truly embrace the importance of sourcing locally and supporting the community. With a dog-friendly patio, weekly Taco Tuesdays and Bottomless Mimosas with brunch on the weekends, there is always a reason to stop by.

The Alehouse brews small batch beers onsite with many available on tap, Gold Country Pilsner is their most award-winning beer and is a traditional American-style Pilsner which was historically enjoyed by early settlers to the region. Beers are available on tap, bottles, select cans, or take home a 64oz growler to enjoy later.

Both 5 and 15.5 gallon kegs are available too.


AUBURN ALEHOUSE – 289 Washington Street l Auburn

THE ANNEX – 103 Sacramento Street, Auburn