The dining in Plymouth is varied for all appetites! 

 For homestyle breakfasts and lunch with "rancher" size portions try Marlene & Glen's Diner on Hwy 49 - you won't leave hungry!! Another great breakfast and lunch place is Gold Country Cafe, also on Hwy 49, just a mile south of Main Street.  The Cafe at the Park has great coffee drinks, ice cream and deli sandwiches and is located at the 49er RV Village Resort

Next door to the Gold Country Cafe is Colina de Oro - where Mexican food is served with a smile and very quickly!  Try the chili relleno or the quesadilla! 

 Main St. Plymouth has the most varied dining options many were opened in just the past year! 

The main stay on Main St. is Incahoots BBQ & Pizza - with the "you can't miss it" bright yellow building.  You can enjoy Santa Maria BBQ, huge sandwiches, great burgers and savory pizza.  They also do catering!   

The center of  Main St. at the town park is Amador Vintage Market in the old Pokerville Market building.  You can call ahead to order a wine country picnic or grab one to go on your way to the wineries.  There is plenty of seating inside and out!  The deli case and gourmet picnic items are fresh, fun and tasty.  The have beer on tap and wines by the glass and an extensive selection in the cooler.

Across the street from the Amador Vintage Market is the newest business in Plymouth, Taste, a fine dining restaurant.  Just opened in May 2006, Taste, serves fresh, seasonal and globally inspired food.  The wine list boasts local wines and those from around the world.  The food bar, which has been at this site for over 100 years, serves great bar snacks at incredible prices.

The next block down is the Plymouth Hotel a local watering hole with shuffle board, pool and darts as well as live music.  In the lobby of the hotel is Beanies Cafe- serving coffees and baked goods in the morning and great salads and sandwiches for lunch.