Comfort Suites Beale Air Force Base Area
1034 North Beale Rd.
Marysville, CA 95901
Phone: (530) 742-9200
Fax: (530) 742-9500
1034 North Beale Rd., Marysville, CA, US, 95901
- Phone: (530) 742-9200
- Fax: (530) 742-9500
Bars & Cafes
Dining at La Provence is just like eating at a countryside restaurant in France. It is housed inside a traditional country house, characterized by high sloping roof, a large fireplace in one corner and a huge creekside garden. Just like the setup, the menu relies heavily on the regional French and Mediterranean delicacies that are prepared with a Californian touch to it. Result of all this is an exquisite fine dining experience that suits all occasions, right from a romantic dinner to large scale business luncheons to wedding receptions. Be prepared to devour some tastefully prepared Mediterranean and French delicacies like Salmon Gravlax, Mussels Mediterranee and Cesar Salad. The chef specialties include Filet de Bœuf Wellington, which is filet mignon combined with wild mushrooms and filled with white truffle butter, and the Coquilles St. Jacques. End your meal with a selection of wine from its wine list which includes Chardonnay and Vouvray Sauvion, which are sourced from wineries in France. Call to book a table at this elegant fine dining restaurant.
A tropical setting ambiance awaits you at this cafe that offers a fusion of delights, such as coffee, espresso drinks, smoothies, gourmet sandwiches, gelato, soups, and salads.
Take your pick from sizzling steaks or alluring seafood preparations at McCormick & Schmick's Seafood & Steaks. the steaks are prepared from aged beef, which turns succulent and brings out rich flavors when cooked. Seafood lovers can gorge on shrimps, scallops, lobster and crabs. Fresh catch from the sea is offered at the oyster bar. This outlet at Roseville, located within the Fountains shopping center, offers a good break from your shopping expedition.
Everything is made from scratch at this gourmet bakery that features fresh croissants, muffins, scones, breads, danish, bagels, cakes, and pies. A small cafe is also available that serves breakfast, lunch, and light dinners, complemented by great coffee and espresso.
This unique venue offers a family ice cream and refreshment parlor, as well as a luncheon cafe that is a popular spot for lunch and early dinner. They also offer a variety of events, such as Ladies Night Out, a monthly Vendor Faire, and Afternoon Teas.
Located off Sunrise Avenue, that is home to a variety of shopping outlets and restaurants, lies Suede Blue. The alluring whiff of American cuisine will draw you to the doors of this restaurant. The menu features American favorites of burgers, salads, soups, steaks, chicken, lamb, seafood and pork preparations. Join Suede Blue in their lounge during their happy hours on weekdays from 4p to 7p, and enjoy appetizers, cocktails and beers at discounted rates.
Highly acclaimed for its extensive range of wines on offer, Carpo Vino is a success story. Situated among historic buildings, this down-to-earth wine bar serves classy American fare to diners. Their seasonal menu reflects an American influence with hints of Mediterranean and French technical influences. Developing relationships with local Placer County farmers, Carpo Vino's dishes feature local produce that shine in their meticulous presentations of items like the California swordfish, pureed mushroom soup, roasted baby beets and kabocha squash agnoletti. The highlight of the menu, of course is the superb wine. With over 500 labels, many of which are limitedly produced vintage, bottles, they have something for every price range.
A sophisticated environment to feast on American fares awaits you at Crush 29. The decor of the restaurant tries to offer its guests a feel of being in Napa Valley, while in Roseville. Brick and wood paneled walls surround an interior covered in hues of brown. The place is covered in a soft glow which creates an intimate ambiance. The menu features pastas, steaks, risottos, salads, soups, burgers and sandwiches. Do try out the speciality drinks of this place. Visit the restaurant on a Sunday to partake from their brunch fare.
26 beers on tap, live music performances and a spacious dance floor await you at the Cooper's Ale Works. The place mainly known for its amazing beers and fine musical shows by some very famous bands. The likes of Leon Russell and Chuck Ragan have staged their concerts here. You can take on to the dance floor and shake a leg with your group pf friends. Visit the website to know the schedule of the performances and book tickets. A note of caution, book your tickets well in advance for they fill up very soon.
Reservations are not accepted at Romano's Macaroni Grill—however, when you sign up for a table you will be given a pager so you can wander around the nearby mall. Once you are finally seated in the huge stone-walled dining room your patience will be rewarded by great Italian food and service. The warm focaccia with oils for dipping hits your table right away. Authentic Italian entrees in generous portions are served in a warm and friendly atmosphere that can be made even friendlier with a bottle of red wine.
Lawyers, farmers, students and antique collectors are likely to populate this bar on a typical afternoon. Friday and Saturday nights, the regulation pool table is pushed out of the way, and dancers crowd the floor. The music will probably be a local rhythm and Blues or country band. Sunday nights bring out the local billiard talent for a contest with prizes that make the competition interesting. There is no food here, however, there is a decent collection of beers on tap as well as mixed drinks.
Sacramento's Aces Supper Club is a fun spot with a vast and varied menu. For instance, the blackened-beef sandwich comes with a smoke flavored Philippine sauce. Munch on some Hong Kong chicken wings or grilled brushetta. Then go for some succulent baby back ribs with Black Jack barbecue sauce. Salads are of a huge variety at the Aces Supper Club.