Ramos House Cafe
Ramos House Cafe is tucked away in the heart of the Los Rios Historic District, along a dusty road that has the distinction of being the oldest remaining residential street in California. If there’s a wait, it will be well-worth it once you’re seated on their rustic, plant-filled patio that overlooks train tracks. (It’s all part of the vibe.) An a la carte menu features elevated comfort fare, like Dungeness Crab Louie Avocado Toast and Wild Mushroom Mac & Cheese with duck confit and black truffles, but weekend brunch is when this place really comes alive. The two-course affair offers a small plate and a large plate of your choice for $40 per person, with a la carte drinks. Start with a Soju Bloody Mary (don’t forget the quail egg!) and we recommend pairing the Cinnamon Apple Beignets with the Crab Hash, featuring smoked bacon, scrambled eggs, and vinegar tomatoes.
How to book: Dine-in and takeout only. Call 949-443-1342 for reservations (parties of ten or more).