HERE are some delicious dinner choices at the Sequoia Restaurant: Grilled salmon, black caroway, honey roasted vegetables on a sweet potato stack; lobster stuffed organic chicken breast, green beans with brandied cream sauce. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

Secrets of Success, Sequoia Restaurant, Grilled Salmon, Black Caroway Honey Roasted Vegetables on a Sweet Potato Stack. Lobster Stuffed Organic Chicken Breast, Green Beans with Brandied Cream Sauce. Delicious Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

Secrets of Success 2010

Sequoia features great cuisine

By From page C6 | December 15, 2010

The historical Bee-Bennett House is one of the oldest surviving Gold Rush era structures in Placerville. Constructed in 1853, it is the only building called out in the original town description for Placerville.

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