|428 First Street, Woodland, CA, 95695|
|Mon-Thurs 11 AM to 9:30 PM|
|Friday- Saturday 11 AM to 10PM|
|Sunday 11 AM to 10 PM|
|Cash, Check, Credit Cards|
Kitchen 428/ Mojo's Lounge and Bar is a casual, upscale restaurant and bar in downtown Woodland, located in the building previously occupied by Morrison's Upstairs. They focus on serving fresh California cuisine with an emphasis on local, natural ingredients. The menu changes about every other month and there are daily fish and chef selected specials. Lunch items are about $10 and dinner mains are about $20. The bar and the restaurant are in separate sections of the same building and the food comes out of the same kitchen. The interior design features a noticeable amount of "upcycling", using restored doors and other items as decoration. It is a veteran owned business.
Woodland Opera House ticket holders receive 15% off their bill. Bring in your ticket with you on the same day as the performance.
Happy Hour is everyday 4-7 PM: $1 dollar off draft beer, $2 domestic bottled beers, $3 wells, $5 margaritas, long islands, and house wines.
Late Night Happy Hour is everyday 10PM-close: $2 domestic bottled beers, $3 PBR tall boys, $3.50 fireball whiskey shots.
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2013-11-16 18:08:49 Have been here three times with my wife and it just keeps getting better and better. Service and food has improved with every visit and its just a wonderful evening each time. I've reviewed it one Yelp and its definitely one of our favorite places in area. I don't think I would call it incredibly upscale. Fresh local ingredients that are prepared extremely well. Drink menu that is interesting and a good value. Yelp checkin gets you 15% off your bill which is a great deal. You can come casual or dressed up. Sit in the main dinning area or in the more casual bar and enjoy the same food. Really far better than anything we have in Davis in our opinion. Kitchen 428, Ficelle, and Preserve located in Woodland and Winters make me sad for the Davis dinning scene. —loneshark