Get a taste of farm-to-fork cuisine at two of our newest restaurants and find a delicious and memorable experience at Mankas Grill or Two60 Kitchen + Tap.
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.
The wine country steakhouse is a family friendly and inviting space offered at a lower price point. Some early menu favorites include, short rib poutine, pork belly nachos, grilled artichokes, lobster bisque, ranchers meat platter, BBQ ribs, fried chicken, and delicious pasta dishes. The menu will change with the seasons and will utilize ingredients from local farms.
A unique aspect of the wine program at Mankas Grill is they will only be serving wine local to Fairfield from the Suisun Valley and Green Valley.
Fun Fact: Mankas Grill is in a building that was established in 1853 as a major stagecoach stop between Berryessa Valley and the Suisun City port.
Two60 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 global influences to create a menu deeply rooted in sourcing ingredients from local farms. Besides traditional American fare such as hamburgers, steak and salads. They feature items with Asian and Italian influences such as Shanghai Lumpia, Ahi Poke Towers and Pastas.
The restaurant is family friendly, including a children’s menu with grilled cheese sandwich, chicken strips and fries, simple pastas and grilled chicken and vegetables. There are two separate dining areas one in the main room and a bar/ seating area off to the back for people who enjoy a bustling bar atmosphere.
The completely renovated space in Cordelia is the perfect place to grab an innovative bite and a nice cocktail with house-made syrups. You’ll notice the cocktails are named after some streets in Green Valley and Cordelia. They are also serving local favorites including Wooden Valley, Caymus Vineyards and Heretic Brewing.