The Downtown Theatre, formerly known as the Fairfield Center for Creative Arts, is Solano County’s premier arts and entertainment center.
You’ll be yelling more than “Fore!” when you see our fairways. Tee off at one of our top Zagat-rated public courses, and you’ll enjoy country-club like settings with spectacular layouts featuring meandering creeks, oak-studded fairways, rolling hills, and scenic lakes.
Jelly Belly Factory This is where the magic happens! The Jelly Belly Candy Company is the home of Jelly Belly® jelly beans and more than 50 other fine confections. The tour is always free – and the samples are too! The Jelly Belly Visitor Center in Fairfield is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., […]
Suisun Valley Antiques Located in the heart of the beautiful Suisun Valley wine country at Mankas Corner, a picturesque hamlet at the junctions of Mankas Corner, Clayton and Gordon Valley Roads, Suisun Valley Antiques & Collectibles is your source in Solano County for one of a kind treasures. Make it an adventure and plan a Saturday drive […]
The beautiful Blue Victorian Winery, owned by the Vezér family, is surrounded by acres of lush vineyards and palm trees. Enjoy special tours, tastings, and blends in the barrel room of this majestic winery or inside the beautifully restored Victorian home that serves as its tasting room.
Larry’s Produce Larry’s Produce is a popular roadside produce stand in Suisun Valley open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. June to December every year. Larry Balestra, a fourth generation farmer, and his wife Lisa, opened the produce stand in the summer of 1986 at their current location on Suisun Valley Road near Fairfield. With […]
Two 60 Kitchen & Bar Helmed by Chef Joey Jaraba, Two60 is a great new addition to Fairfield’s dining scene, opened recently at 260 Pittman Road. Over the last 23 years, Chef Jaraba has developed a career out of fusing his own background from the Philippines with his dishes. Two60 blends modern American cuisine with […]
The mission of the Bay Area Electric Railroad Association is to preserve the regional heritage of electric railway transportation as a living resource for the benefit of present and future generations.
For three generations, the Lanza family has been producing award-winning wines at Wooden Valley Winery. The family shares a strong connection to this land and an unrelenting commitment to improving the way they farm their vineyards and craft their wines.
Brothers, Kyle and Jason Barraza, of local favorite The Napa Deli, along with Executive Chef Jonathan Rodriguez are proud to launch Mankas Grill located at the historic Mankas Corner.