restaurants

Well-known Auburn dining spots reemerging as new eateries

Some well-known restaurant locations are springing to life in the fall as new eateries. The Burney’s hot dog space on Lincoln Way in Downtown Auburn is undergoing a transfor ...

Food trucks banned from Downtown, Old Town Auburn

Food trucks are no longer welcome on private property in Old Town and Downtown Auburn, as the City Council voted 4-1 to ban them from the city’s historic districts at Monday’s ...

Leave Auburn’s neon signs alone

In regards to (Auburn Community Development Director) Will Wong’s view of bars and restaurants (“Auburn looks at dimming amount of Old Town neon signage,” Journal ...

Food truck debate in Auburn beckons question of fairness

Editor’s note: This is the first story of a three-part series that will appear in the Journal in the days leading up to the Sept. 24 Auburn City Council meeting, where a new set ...

Seeking help from Santa’s kitchen elves?

Are the holidays making you hungry? You need to fuel up before making that list and checking it twice, and area restaurants and businesses are ready to help. Whether calling in an ...

Awful Annie’s is great, too

I enjoyed reading Auburn Journal Editor Deric Rothe’s comments in the Comment section Friday, June 19, about his ideas of sprucing up Downtown Auburn. He mentioned 17 restauran ...

New kitchens readying to feed Auburn diners

Auburnites will soon find a couple more options on the menu for local dining. While specific dates have yet to be set, owners of the OakFire Grill (2515 Grass Valley Highway) and ...

Children can be taught good restaurant behavior

Regarding the nice letter from Carrie Pronesti, Your views, June 10. (It) sounds like a large Italian family. She is also missing the point. You should prepare your children at ho ...