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YOUR GUIDE TO ENJOYING MORE OF DOWNTOWN REDDING

The heart of any community is its downtown, with bustling shops, flavorful dining, arts and culture and so much more. In the past decade, downtown Redding has evolved into a vibrant, healthy community – a place where people can truly enjoy the unique character of our city. We’re delighted to introduce you to the very first edition of “Enjoy More: Your Guide to Enjoying More of the North State.” With the help of our friends at the Downtown Redding Business Association, we’ve collected 99 suggestions for experiencing downtown Redding. Pull this publication out of the magazine and save it as a reference for when you’re looking for things to do, see, eat and buy in the heart of our city. Some of these tips will take you to places that you’ve enjoyed many times before, and we hope you’ll also discover some new treasures.

Enjoy! Interested in being a part of the next Enjoy More? Contact your sales representative for more information or call (530) 246-4687. Cover photo by Paul Manwaring. Interior photos by Matt Christensen, Kara Stewart and James Mazzotta.

Published by Enjoy Magazine 2012 4712 Placer St., Suite C • Redding CA 96001


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the ways Ninety-nine to be exact, as a tribute to historic route 99. In here you’ll find some of the very best ways to spend your time while strolling through downtown.

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Whatever your taste, you’re sure to find a show that suits your fancy at the Cascade Theatre. From classic to contemporary, drama to dance, there’s plenty to capture your attention.

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Need a staycation? Spend a weekend at the Bridgehouse Bed and Breakfast or Desmond House.

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Treat yourself to an intimate dinner for two, a glass of port and live music during Acoustic Sunday at Vintage Wine Bar and Restaurant.

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Sip some barley wine or your favorite brew with friends at Carnegie’s. For lunch, try the Tomato Basil Soup.

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Get your wheels spinning at Cyclopedia.


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Try the Olive Chicken at Tapas Downtown Restaurant and Bar. They offer a variety of Mediterranean meals.

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Feeling adventurous? Order the Tofu Buddha Bowl at Wilda’s Grill. Or enjoy the fabulous falafel.

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Set your clock by the 8 am, noon, and 5 pm whistle at Gerlinger’s Steel... a Redding landmark since 1929.

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Fix your bike or buy a new set of wheels at Chain Gang Bike Shop.

“Downtown Redding embraces the community with such great dining and entertainment. We love being in the heart of our city.” Enjoy Magazine


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Tour the art gallery at Old City Hall.

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Enjoy the whimsical art painted on utility boxes throughout downtown.

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Treat someone you love to flowers from Mallery’s Flowers and Gifts.

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Ride your bike through the streets of downtown.

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Grab a hot dog from the vendor in front of the Post Office.

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Make your own wine at Vintner’s Cellars.

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Ring in the holidays at the annual Downtown Lighted Christmas Parade.

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Get some new body art at Nathan’s Anthems Tattoos and Piercings.


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18.

Walk A Mile in Her Shoes each year in the Promenade to help victims of domestic violence.

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Enjoy wine tasting at the Shasta Wine Merchants inside Corbett’s.

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Check out the terrazzo artwork depicting the four seasons on all four corners at the intersection of Yuba and Oregon streets.

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Grab a slice of tasty pizza at Fasolini’s.


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Try the garlic fries at Maxwell’s Downtown Eatery.

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Check out the wall mural at the stairway in the Shervan Square lobby.

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Be dazzled by the chef’s spectacular show at Kobe’s (can you catch the egg?).

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Get your car spiffed up at Kwik-N-Kleen.

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Take a guitar lesson at Herreid’s Music.

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Explore the Art Deco buildings in downtown, including the fire hall and Cascade Theatre.

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See stars (and planets and more) at Schreder Planetarium.

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Escape to your personal wine shop at The Grape Escape.

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Absorb the history of a legendary Shasta County family at the Behrens-Eaton House Museum.

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Find your favorite tunes on vinyl at Bog Bean.


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Looking for a tasty sandwich? Try the Sandwichery for some fabulous fare.

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Immerse yourself in the classics with North State Symphony.

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Get in touch with local history at the Shasta Historical Society.

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Gather some friends and enjoy out-of-this-world steaks at Market Street Steakhouse.

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Ride a go-kart or play blacklight golf at Need-2-Speed.


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by performances 37. Befromenthralled the Redding Arts Project.

Share a giant sundae at

Family Creamery 38. Leatherby’s (or don’t share – we won’t tell). all a little Irish at 39. We’re Shameless O’Leery’s. Try the Irish Nachos… yum!

in elegance at Clearie’s 40. Dine Restaurant and Lounge, home of the smokin’ martini.

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You’ll find a local landmark and one of the best steaks in town at Jack’s Bar & Grill.


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Greet the holiday season at the annual Historic Tree Lighting.

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Dance all night at Johnny’s, not to be confused with #44.

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The kids will love you when you take them into Boardmart.

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Enjoy the annual Beer and Wine Festival each fall in the Market Street Promenade.

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They’ll love you again when you take them into Johnny Rad’s.


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Step out in style when you stop first at For Elyse.

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Admire the architecture and walk out with a new ‘do at Wavelengths.

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Find a delicious Mexican meal that won’t break the bank at La Cabana.

to know your educational 50. Get choices at College Options.

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Secure some sparkle at Estate Jewelers.


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1. Cascade Theatre// 1731 Market St. 2. Bridgehouse Bed and Breakfast // 1455 Riverside Dr. Desmond House // 1449 Riverside Dr. 3. Vintage Wine Bar and Restaurant //1790 Market St. 4. Carnegie’s // 1600 Oregon St. 5. Cyclopedia // 1429 Market St. 6. Tapas Downtown Restaurant and Bar // 1257 Oregon St. 7. Wilda’s Grill // 1718 Placer St. 8. Gerlinger’s Steel // 1527 Sacramento St. 9. Chain Gang Bike Shop // 1540 Division St.

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10. Old City Hall // 1313 Market St. 11. Mallery’s Flowers and Gifts // 2170 Market St. 12. Hot dog vendor // 1647 Yuba St. 13. Nathan’s Anthems Tattoos and Piercings // 1358 Market St. 14. Utility boxes // throughout downtown 15. Ride your bike // throughout downtown 16. Vintner’s Cellars // 1700 California St. 17. Downtown Lighted Christmas Parade // starts on North Market 18. Market Street Promenade // 1400 - 1700 Market St.

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19. Shasta Wine Merchants inside Corbett’s // 1455 Pine St. 20. Terrazzo artwork // corners of the Yuba/Oregon intersection 21. Fasolini’s // 1419 Market St. 22. Maxwell’s Downtown Eatery // 1344 Market St. 23. Kobe’s // 1300 Pine St. 24. Herreid’s Music // 2148 Market St. 25. Schreder Planetarium // 1644 Magnolia St. 26. Behrens-Eaton House Museum // 1939 Butte St. 27. Shervan Square lobby // 1348 Market St. 28. Kwik-N-Kleen // 1210 Market St.

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39. Shameless O’Leery’s // 1701 California St. 40. Clearie’s Restaurant and Lounge // 1325 Eureka Way 41. Jack’s Bar & Grill // 1743 California St. 42. Historic Tree Lighting // Market Street Promenade Parking Lot 43. Boardmart // 1261 Market St. 44. Johnny Rad’s // 1354 Market St. 45. Johnny’s // 1729 California St. 46. Beer and Wine Festival // Market Street Promenade 47. For Elyse // 1712 California St. 48. Wavelengths // 1459 Market St. 49. La Cabana // 1335 Market St. 50. College Options // 1407 Market St. 51. Estate Jewelers // 1328 Placer St. 52. Halsey’s Kenpo Karate // 1401 Market St. 53. Grilla Bites // 1427 Market St. 54. MarketFest/Library Park // 1552 Placer St. 55. Downtown Java and Café // 1534 Market St. 56. Dandelion // 1332 Market St.

71. Angelo’s Pizza // 1774 California St. 72. Pros and Joes Barbecue Grilldown // Market Street Promenade 73. Redding Beer & Wine Festival // Market Street Promenade 74. Asphalt Cowboys’ pancake breakfast // Market St. in front of The Cascade Theatre 75. Nancy Sutton’s Conscious Living Yoga // 1325 Tehama St. 76. Celebration // 1950 California St. 77. Dreamweaver // 1522 Market St. 78. The Spa Shoppes // 1452 Oregon St. 79. Village Delicatessen // 1300 Market St. 80. The Post Office Saloon & Grill // 1636 Market St. 81. Market Street Wines // 1777 Market St. 82. African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church // 1090 California St. 83. Second Saturday Art Night // throughout downtown 84. Heavenly Donuts // 1313 Shasta St.

57. Old City Hall // 1313 Market St.

85. Maritime Restaurant & Spice Lounge // 1600 California St.

58. Downtown Park-n-Shine // Market Street Promenade

86. Chu’s Too // 1135 Pine St. #101

59. Shasta County Arts Council // 1313 Market St. 60. SpoonMe // 1701 California St.

87. Déjà Vu // 1590 California St. 88. Wild Thyme Gifts and Gardens // 1272 Oregon St. 89. Oregon Street Antique Mall // 1261 Oregon St.

29. Fire Hall // 1355 Shasta St.

61. Moseley Family Cellars The Tasting Room // 1300 Market St.

30. The Grape Escape // 1418 Yuba St.

62. Damburger // 1320 Placer St.

90. Moore’s Flour Mill // 1605 Shasta St.

31. Bog Bean // 1740 California St.

63. Enjoy the Store // 1475 Placer St., Suite C

91. Howell’s Dive Shop // 1426 Eureka Way

64. Shasta Regional Medical Center // 1100 Butte St.

92. The Attic // 1336 Oregon St. Salvation Army // 1557 Pine St.

34. Need-2-Speed // 1501 Market St.

65. Redding Improv Players // 1313 Market St.

93. Various murals // throughout downtown

35. North State Symphony

66. Taqueria Los Gordos // 1400 Pine St.

36. Market Street Steakhouse // 1777 Market St.

67. Redding Rodeo Parade // starts at north Market St.

94. Mary’s Pizza Shack // 1177 Shasta St.

37. Redding Arts Project // 1726 Market St.

68. Jefferson Public Radio // 1721 Market St

38. Leatherby’s Family Creamery // 1670 Market St.

69. Grace Place // 1448 Pine St.

32. The Sandwichery // 1341 Tehama St. 33. Shasta Historical Society // 1449 Market St.

70. Marinello School of Beauty // 1560 Market St.

95. Velvet Loft // 1790 California St. 96. Linder’s Jewelry // 1760 Market St. 97. Brew Craft Coffee // 1320 Yuba St. 98. Old School // 1135 Pine St. 99. Crown Camera // 1365 Market St.


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Harness your inner ninja – take a class at Halsey’s Kenpo Karate.

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Relax on the patio and savor the fresh food at Grilla Bites.

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Enjoy tasty treats, tap your toes to eclectic music and let the misting fans cool you down during MarketFest each summer in Library Park.

your morning coffee 55. Grab or an afternoon green tea

smoothie at Downtown Java and Café.

your day with the 56. ‘Brighton’ finer things at Dandelion.


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Start your weekend right with Saturday morning yoga at Old City Hall.

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Admire the classic cars at the Downtown Park-nShine each April.

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Stop by the Shasta County Arts Council to find a performance or class that fits your style.

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Build your own delicious confectionery creation at SpoonMe.

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Like wine? You’ll love the tasting room at Moseley Family Cellars where you’ll come as guests and leave as family.


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Grab a bit of history and Shasta County’s most enduring burger at Damburger.

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Shop for unique, locally produced gifts at Enjoy the Store.

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Volunteer some time and bring smiles to patients at Shasta Regional Medical Center.

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Laugh the night through with the Redding Improv Players.

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Need a quick, tasty meal? You won’t be disappointed at Taqueria Los Gordos.


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“ People are investing in downtown Redding. Since 2000, downtown Redding has been revitalized with energy from people, businesses and groups. Downtown is emerging as a great place to gather with friends and enjoy.” John Truitt, Executive Director, Viva Downtown

67.

Cowboy up at the Redding Rodeo Parade.

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Treat yourself to a day of pampering on a budget at Marinello School of Beauty.

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Tune your dial to Jefferson Public Radio for a little bit of downtown all the time in your car.

71.

Catch a lunchtime game on the big screen while enjoying a garlic and artichoke pizza at Angelo’s Pizza.

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Pick up some heavenly cinnamon rolls at Grace Place.

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Bring your appetite to the annual Pros and Joes Barbecue Grilldown in late spring.


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Join your friends (and meet some new ones) at the Redding Beer & Wine Festival.

74.

Enjoy pancakes with 10,000 of your closest friends at the Asphalt Cowboys’ annual pancake breakfast during rodeo week.

75.

Find inner peace at Nancy Sutton’s Conscious Living Yoga.

76.

Dance, swim, sweat and play with your whole family at Celebration.

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Make a dancer’s dreams come true with some classes at Dreamweaver.


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Forget your cares with a healing treatment at the Spa Shoppes.

79.

Fill your picnic basket with hearty sandwiches from Village Delicatessen.

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Everybody knows your name at The Post Office Saloon & Grill – live music often accompanies the libations and world-class burgers.

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It’s impossible to have a bad day when you buy some of the gourmet, locally made chocolates found at Market Street Wines along with a great glass of vino.

the historical African 82. Visit Methodist Episcopal Zion Church at the corner of California and Trinity Streets, Built in 1894, it’s the oldest church in Redding.


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Get a taste of the North State’s diverse art scene during Second Saturday Art Night.

84.

Grab a dozen donuts at Heavenly Donuts and share with the people you love most (a Heavenly Dozen includes 14 treats!).

85.

Enjoy fine dining at Maritime Restaurant, then get your boogie on at the Spice Lounge, located inside.

86. 87.

Sample some Asian favorites at Chu’s Too.

It’s the most important meal of the day – find the breakfast of champions at Déjà Vu.


“ If you don’t have a downtown, you really don’t have anything. It’s hard to build a community around parking lots and subdivisions.” Michele Goedert Manager Market Street Promenade

88.

Spruce up your yard with some colorful blooms from Wild Thyme Gifts and Gardens.

89.

Go treasure hunting at Oregon Street Antique Mall.

90.

Make some soup or bread with ingredients from Moore’s Flour Mill.


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Get equipped to explore the depths of Whiskeytown Lake with equipment from Howell’s Dive Shop.

92.

Add some spice to your wardrobe on a dime with a stop at The Attic and the Salvation Army thrift stores.

93.

Admire the various murals adorning buildings and structures throughout downtown.

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That’s amore! Treat yourself to an all-American pizza pie at Mary’s Pizza Shack.

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Get styled before your night on the town with a stop at the Velvet Loft.

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Buy a little bling at Linder’s Jewelry.

97.

Stroll through the Atrium with a jolt of java from Brew Craft Coffee.

98.

There’s no school like Old School – try this restaurant’s Asian lettuce wraps or fish and chips.

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Go down to Crown Camera and have some prints made from all of your downtown adventures!

We gave you a 99-idea head start, but there’s plenty more to explore downtown. Have an idea that you’d like to add to the list? Share it with us on Facebook! Find us at “Enjoy Magazine: Northern California Living.”


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