Mission Statement About Pat and Pete
Hours  History of the 130 Maple St
Directions to Latitudes patandpete@latitudesrestaurant.com

 


Mission Statement

Our mission is to contribute to the quality of life here in the Foothills. We think we can do that by providing a dining experience that reaches the highest standards of food and service, and also offers ethnic and cultural diversity, adding further to the richness of life in our community. We are committed to creating a business dedicated to serving wholesome, naturally delicious food in a hospitable and professional atmosphere. We wish to create a future for ourselves and our children, Asa and Alice, and to provide a profitable and positive working space for our employees.

 

  

  

 Hours
 
Sun
 
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
Brunch
10am-3pm

Dinner
5pm-9pm
 

Closed Closed Lunch
11:30am-3pm

Dinner
5pm-9pm

Lunch
11:30am-3pm

Dinner
5pm-9pm

Lunch
11
:30am-3pm

Dinner
5pm-10pm

Lunch
11
:30am-3pm

Dinner
5pm-10pm

 

 

Directions to Latitudes Restaurant: 130 Maple Street, Auburn Ca.

Situated in the historic Auburn just across the historic Placer County Courthouse in a three story 1800 Victorian located just seconds off the freeway with outdoor seating on the deck surrounding a 200 yr. old oak tree with a bar below the restaurant. Private parking in back and handicap accessible.

  • From Sacramento: Take I-80 east to the Maple Street Exit; we are the second building on the left, just across from the Placer County Courthouse.

  • From: I-80 West (from Reno): Take the Nevada Street Exit, keep to the right, going over the freeway, at the stop sign turn right onto Maple Street, then we are the second building on the left, directly across from the Placer County Courthouse.

  • From Grass Valley on Hwy. 49: come all the way into town, past I-80 to Lincoln Way where Highway 49 turns left. Turn right onto Lincoln Way.  At the next signal light turn right onto Maple Street.  We are the second building on the right, directly across from the Placer County Courthouse.

  • From Placerville on Hwy. 49: When you reach Auburn, at the second signal light make a right onto Elm Street.  Keep to the left and get onto I-80 to Sacramento (west on I-80) Take the second exit, Nevada Street Exit and keep to the right which will take you over I-80.  At the stop sign make a left onto Maple Street, and then we are the second building on the left.

  •   From Folsom: Take the Auburn Folsom Road to Auburn and at the Lincoln Way intersection the Auburn Folsom Road turns into Maple Street.  We are the second building on the right just across from the Historic Placer County Courthouse.

Parking: There is plenty of street parking in front and a private parking lot in back.  Take either street beside our restaurant and drive to the back.  The bar is located on the first floor and there are stairs from there to our restaurant on the second floor.  There is also an elevator located at the back.  For handicap access: The front of the restaurant is very accessible to handicap use.  From the back parking lot, take the elevator the restaurant.

Reservations are highly recommended for weekends and larger parties of 6 or more. We give preference to parties with reservations and try to have your table ready.  Sometimes this is not possible if we do not have the turn over that we planned on.  Waiting in our bar is very convenient and relaxing. Drinks, appetizers and meals can be ordered through the bar.

 

 

About Pat and Pete

Latitudes, Pat & Pete’s World Kitchen, is sole-owed and operated by Pete and Pat Enochs. The restaurant was first opened as “The Kitchen” at another location in Auburn in March of 1978 and closed there January 24, l992. Opening day at 130 Maple Street as “Latitudes Restaurant and Gallery was on February 4th, l992. In September of 1998 Pat and Pete purchased the ABA Bar, located on the floor below their restaurant, becoming “Latitudes Restaurant, Gallery and Bar-Café. 

Pat and Pete both grew up in the Coachella Valley and first met as freshmen in high school and their second date was as juniors to the Junior Senior Prom. They both learned a lot about fresh vegetables and fruits from their farming families. Pete went on the study history at Cal Poly Pomona and Pat, math at UCLA. They both manage the restaurant, dividing the work up. Pete manages the back of the house, creating menus, ordering, managing the bar, and training the kitchen staff. Pat manages the front of the house, training serving staff, formatting the newsletter and menus, and taking care of the advertising and bookkeeping.

 

 

 

  History of 130 Maple St: The White House

The Victorian house was first built around 1880 by Mr. And Mrs. White across from the Historic Placer County Courthouse. Mr. White was a blacksmith. The original walls are the brick walls. In 1980 the house was added onto and designed for a restaurant on the middle floor, a bar on the basement floor and with offices on the top floor. There are stories of ghosts sightings in the small meeting room in the historic dining room and downstairs in the bar.