13460 Lincoln Way, Auburn, CA | Directions 9560338.926637 -121.055762
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Great Food...prime Rib was excellent! Can't wait to go back.
The food is Italian with American choices as well. I had the best mushroom ravioli and the hubby had a perfect prime rib, he said it was delicious. He also had a homemade dessert that was also very good. If I drove through Auburn again I would make a point of returning to the restaurant.
The hotel clerk referred us to this restaurant for dinner. My boyfriend and I sat at the bar for some drinks and grub. We made it just in time for 1/2 price happy hour appetizers and ordered the deep fried artichoke and the nachos. Nachos weren't my favorite, but loved the artichokes and the spicy aioli. We split the prime rib for dinner, and it was tender, juicy, and delicious!
The man next to us ordered the roast garlic appetizer, which I instantly regretted not ordering. It came with 3 whole roasted garlic cloves, toasted garlic bread, chutney and cheese. It smelled and looked amazing, and judging by his response, it probably tasted as good as it looked.
It's a nice local joint. We had a nice chat with the bartender, and also the locals (who were very friendly). We were beyond satisfied with our experience here and will return when we are in the area.
One of the oldest restaurants in the area with ambiance and great food. It is conveniently located just off of I-80 if one is headed toward Tahoe or Reno and a great place to stop if you enjoy karaoke or a dinner show on a Friday night! My family and I have been enjoying this place for at least ten years or more and find it to be one of the most comfortable bars around.
What a pleasant meal. Lou La Bonte's is located along a frontage road of I-80 in Auburn, California. It's a cool roadside tavern and dining room. It looks like it's been there 50 years. It has brilliantly lit neon signs beckoning diners to stop in. The place is a near perfect museum of a fine dining out from the 1950's. The place is crazy cat cool and the bar was hopping on a Friday night late roadside dinner.
I was in a random mood and asked the waitress to give me her favorite entree that didn't have seafood. She recommended the Wild Mushroom Ravioli in Marsala Cream Sauce with chicken. It was amazing. I also had the French Onion soup which was very good. I think I will try this place again when in Auburn.
Came in with my daughter and best friend for his birthday. I was skeptical because the restaurant looked very old and outdated (it is almost 60 years old) but I was very surprised that the whole meal was so yummy, best food I have eaten in years, I even had bites off the others plates at the table. I will be back. I wish they had more revenue so the could give the place a face-lift, but in the mean time I will keep going back for the tasty food.
We came in here to grab a bite to eat. We had some finger foods and cocktails...food was good
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