JJ’s is located in the Hat Creek region on Highway 89 at Old Station.
It’s a cozy, country style cafe, popular with locals and tourists alike. And there’s a patio out back too. Regardless of the weather, JJ’s has accommodation for everyone. Their spacious setting, and their efficiently-worked kitchen that has the best refrigeration options (check out this refrigeration company for more information) allows them to prepare the best food for all of the customers who pass through here daily. Something as small as this could have an effect on how successful a restaurant can be in the long run. As it has a patio, it’s already one step there.
Their meat comes from Hat Creek Grown in the Hat Creek area. From the JJ’s Cafe website:
Home-style Goodness, and lots of it!
At JJ’s, we bake our own breads, pastries, pies, cookies, and more. We cure our own corned beef and smoke our own pastrami and pulled pork. Our burgers are made from a 1/2 lb of locally-grown, grass-fed Black Angus and served on a fresh-baked bun. Most people would look to restaurant consulting companies to help them set up and run, but in this case we pushed on without this and made our own little cozy place.
Come on up and join us. You won’t go away hungry!
Below, a triangle peg game at every table on which to test your IQ. My score was predictably low, so the lovely Karry enjoyed showing me up.
The Hat Creek highlands are as lovely a spot as you can find on this planet. The journey to JJ’s from Redding is as important as the destination. Hat Creek is world famous for amazing fly fishing, and the scenic wonder of its lava rock lined journey from volcanic heights to the sea. Savor the skies, mountains, and trees, and then on to JJ’s for a special meal.
We see the owners Chuck and Anne Woodman are mentioned in the newspaper today as planning on opening a restaurant in downtown Redding. But why wait? JJ’s is open now. Seasonal hours posted on the JJ’s website. JJ’s Cafe 13385 Hwy 89 Old Station, CA 530-335-7225