Willits (formerly Little Lake and Willitsville) is a city in Mendocino County, California, United States. Willits is located 20 miles (32 km) north-northwest of Ukiah, at an elevation of 1391 feet (424 m). The population was 4,888 at the 2010 census, down from 5,073 at the 2000 census. Willits is at the center of Mendocino County and at the beginning of the county's extensive redwood forests as approached by Highway 101 from the south.
Things to do in Willits
4.5 based on 24 reviews
We stopped in here after realizing Ardella's was closed. They had an incredible selection of breakfast sandwiches, with wonderfully fresh ingredients. My children wanted pancakes, which they did not have, but their breakfast sandwiches, Chai Tea, and iced tea impressed me and my husband. I will go again; plus, the owner and workers are incredibly friendly and kind.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
JD Redhouse & Company offers something for everyone. Handmade Pie & Ice cream, Fresh Brewed Coffee, Espresso & Tea and Signature Handmade Fudge are just a few things we serve up daily. For something a little more savory, try one of our delicious deli sandwiches.
We were walking through town and decided to have lunch. We stopped at several places but really didn't want that much to eat. Then there was JD"s. Tucked into a corner was this delightful little sandwich shop. We ordered BLT's and a Deli sandwich, all under $6 each. They were made fresh and were delicious. While we waited for our sandwiches we gave the store a tour. They had everything a small general store would have, from clothes and household items to live chicks for sale in the back. A real gem.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
The baker here is exceptional. He has always made my favorite bagels and I have eaten a lot of bagels around the world. For my retirement party he baked an everything bagel the size of a cake and it was perfect.
4.5 based on 76 reviews
Our goal is to provide an inviting family friendly dining experience, with friendly knowledgeable staff, while utilizing the highest quality ingredients in all our dishes. We proudly use local John Ford Ranch (Willits, CA) grass fed beef, H-Bench Ranch (Covelo, CA) humanely raised pork, and Roundman's Smokehouse (Fort Bragg, CA) meats. Our cheeses are the highest quality. Daily we slice our produce and meats, grate our cheese, and prepare our sauces from scratch in small batches to maintain a high level of quality and freshness. We hope you enjoy your dining experience of authentic Sicilian cuisine, made from recipes that have been handed down for generations.
Order the Caesar Salad and any pasta. Set your sites on good quality Italian. If you want a foodie paradise, you will need to drive at least an hour to the coast
4.5 based on 86 reviews
We stopped and had lunch several years ago, we have not been in this direction for some time, but after seeing it just off the main road I remembered how much we liked it. We would have eaten there again if we didn't have our dogs with us. Very nice place
4 based on 8 reviews
This one is located in our local Safeway store. The staff is happy and helpful. The only negative is the store doesn't allow the servers to accept tips.
4 based on 65 reviews
This is a nice little family-friendly pub with five or six TVs playing different stations, all of which were thankfully silent when we were there. The rock and roll paraphernalia on the walls is tasteful and fun and matches the classic rock playing on the stereo. Wait staff were knowledgable and efficient if not overly friendly (perfect in my opinion--just looking for dinner, not a relationship). The food came fast just as ordered and it was really good. Even the gluten-free bun was good. The french fries are made in a gluten-free fryer and the beef is all natural, local and grass-fed (but the bacon has nitrites--warning). The only thing I really dislike about this place is the smoky patio in front. People sit out there, often with kids, and smoke out the whole block. You have to run that gauntlet to get inside and it pretty much ruins the patio for nonsmokers.
4.5 based on 61 reviews
Ordered spinach and artichoke ravioli in sun dried tomato sauce. Instantly I was transported back to my Italian aunt’s kitchen eating her delicious home made delicacies! My husband ordered the cajun chicken pasta and said it was phenomenal. Adam’s Restaurant is the only place we will eat when in Willits.
3.5 based on 195 reviews
We came about 11:30 on a Wednsday morning. Not too busy. Got right in, and seated. Interesting decor. Lumberjack type stuff. A couple of TVs playing lumberjacks cutting wood. Cute theme.
I ordered the tri tip sandwhich. Very Good. The au jaus was delicious. Meat was Tender. Came with fries. I got sweet potato. They were thick. Very good. I liked them a lot.
Hubby got the California Omlet without tomato. He liked it a lot. Had a lot of flavor. He got fruit on the side, which was honeydew, cantaloupe, and grapes. Sweet and in season. And toast.
Mom got chicken fried steak. She liked it a lot. So much food, she only ate half. And Dad got the denver omlet with 4 eggs! Lot of food. He liked it. He got a biscuit and gravy on the side. He liked the gravy so much, he ate it straight with a spoon.
All the food was great. Staff isn't very friendly. Our server just looked angry and irritated. Didn't smile. It was very unwelcoming and uncomfortable. I think she needs a few days off.
All in all, it was a good meal. We may stop in again on our trips through.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
mixed review on our visit. i had the salad bar a hot wings. the salad bar was excellent. mixed greens were cold and fresh, as were all the offerings, cucumbers, red beans, carbanzos, carrots, brocolli, tomatoes, etc. my order of hot wings were hot - both in temperature (excellent) and in spicy-ness (also EXcellent!); they were deliciously seasoned.
however, hubby didn't care too much for his mini-sausage/pepperoni/mushroom pizza. he said it wasn't very flavorful.
we would definitely go again for their salad bar.
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