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Top Choice Music in Quincy

High Sierra Music Festival

On the first weekend in July, quiet Quincy is host to this blowout festival, renowned statewide. The four-day extravaganza brings a five-stage smorgasbord of art and music from a spectrum of cultural corners (indie …
Top Choice Cafe in Quincy

Pangaea Cafe & Pub

Like a stranger you feel you’ve met before, this earthy spot feels warmly familiar, all the more lovable when you consider its commitment to serving local produce. Choose from regional beef burgers, salmon sushi, a …
Museum in Quincy

Plumas County Museum

In the block behind the courthouse, this multifloor county museum has flowering gardens, as well as hundreds of historical photos and relics from the county’s pioneer and Maidu days, its early mining and timber indu…
Wine Bar in Quincy

Drunk Brush

A sweet little courtyard wine bar that pours 25 wines and a few beers. Sample delicious appetizer pairings in a welcoming, arty atmosphere and sometimes to live music.
Market in Quincy

Farmers Market

Everything from fruits and veggies to handmade soaps, crafts and more. Enjoy it all to live music.
Breakfast in Quincy

Patti's Thunder Café

Homey and hip, this is the best place in town for breakfast, and the vine-shaded patio is a lovely way to start the day. The menu has plenty of meaty or vegetarian options and portions are huge. Try the 'vegetaters'…
Californian in Quincy

Sweet Lorraine’s

On a warm day – or, better yet, evening – the patio here is especially sweet. The menu features basic Californian cuisine (ribs, pork chops, half a roast chicken, soups and salads) and the ambience is woodsy and loc…
Italian in Quincy

Moon’s

Follow the aroma of garlic to this welcoming little chalet with a charming ambience. Dig into choice steaks and Italian-American classics, including excellent pizza and rich lasagna.
Historic Building in Quincy

Plumas County Courthouse

Pop into the 1921 Plumas County Courthouse, at the west end of Main St, to see enormous interior marble posts and staircases, and a 1-ton bronze-and-glass chandelier in the lobby.