It’s never too early to plan something special for the one you love. Join us for a sweet evening of cooking and dining with our Lady and the Tramp Cooking and Dinner Event. Two nights to choose from, Saturday, February 11 or Tuesday, February 14. Both nights begin at 6:30pm. You’ll arrive to tasty Appetizers and a signature Lady and the Tramp Mimosa. We’ll go over the menu we’ll be cooking, and then we’ll start in. You will make a traditional Panzanella Salad, learn to braise Pasta Noodles in Red Wine and make tender and moist Meatballs, and shave a refreshing Italian Ice for dessert. You’ll share a bottle of wine with your Lady or your Tramp and finish the evening with a glass of Champagne.

Tickets required to hold your place in this charming evening. For tickets: EMAIL:, or TEXT: (530) 237-6020.


After this bout’ of flu, I’m taking the rest of this week to recoup, regroup, and re-energize. We will be closed Thursday and Friday, and we will be off-site catering Saturday and Sunday. We will be back next week with NEW FACES, NEW MENUS, NEW DAYS, and NEW TIMES. We hope you love what’s coming!🌹

goodbye 2020! We made it! Celebrate with us!

New Year’s Eve Super Secret Supper Club Celebration!🎉

Super-secret SUPPER CLUB! This is our secret supper club thrown by French Whisk (Tiffani Williams) and her team… friends and family who love local, seasonal, delicious food, adult beverages, entertainment, and fun.

You’ll be seated around our chef’s-like-table in the midst of a beautiful table-scape. Our seating is limited.You’ll enjoy a multi-course meal with wine and beer and other special pairings, prepared with this season’s most ripe and ready produce and fruit, over the course of an entire evening. Our menus are created with an entertaining theme in mind. Our wines and beers are carefully selected and will pair deliciously with each course. Wines from local Estates will be featured each dinner.

This is a pre-planned, set menu, event. It is for the adventurous palate (but not too extreme). Due to the nature of our meal, picky eaters or those with food allergies, this experience may not be for everyone. To experience and enjoy this event, simply ask to be put on our reservation list. Please be courteous and respectful of our precious resources, farm fresh produce and fruit, with a minimum of a 48-hour cancellation notice if you cannot attend.

Cancellation seats are released first-come-first-served on French Whisk Facebook page. Our secret supper club New Years Eve Celebration is $125 per person and will include a welcome signature libation, and amuse-bouche, a multi-course meal, and delicious wine, beer, and special drink concoctions. Gratuities are welcomed and appreciated by the hard working and dedicated staff of servers and entertainers. Feel free to contribute any amount you feel is appropriate. If you are a well-dined guest, we hope you will find your evening meets and exceeds any of those experiences that you’ve ever had. EAT is an evening long celebration of all things delicious.

Diners 21 and over are welcome. Your experience will be a lively, vibrant dinner party, not a stuffy restaurant meal. You may get gussied up or attend in casual attire. Be as unique as you are and the experience we provide.

The dinner location is a secret! We will notify you 24 hours prior to dinner of the location. We STRONGLY suggest you arrive by a taxi or UBER so that you may fully enjoy your evening and the following morning! To be on our super-secret list for our New Years Eve Celebration, email or text:
(530) 237-6020 


Gooooood morning! With all of the uncertainty in this world, ONE thing we are certain of is we are going to be serving up some DELICIOUS food this week. Here is our menu. Our Prime Rib Sandwich and Classic Burgers are back in rotation. It’s fall and fresh ROASTED TURKEY is on the menu, and our Grab and Go Blue Plate Specials are SUPPER and SUPER YUMMY! Order your SUNDAY NIGHT SUPER CLUB DINNER of PRIME RIB, BRIE MAC & CHEESE, ROASTED HEIR CO VERT, and GINGERED PUMPKIN BARS for dessert. It’s going to be a BIG WEEK at the Whisk! We can’t wait to serve you!


Happy New Year! Here are our new hours and days and the way we can best serve you until we are fully staffed. We’ll be open for Tasty Tuesday Nights for a delicious special and dessert! We are kicking this coming Tuesday evening off with something you’ve showed interest in, our Special Pho Soup Bowl, Chicken or Pork, we’ll have an Asian Chop Salad, and a few special desserts. Available for dine-in or take-out. Our hours will be 4:30pm – 8pm, take-out will be available from 5pm – 7:30pm.

We’ll be open Thursday and Friday from 10am – 5:30pm. Our bakeshop case will be full of delicious treats, we’ll have lunch specials and the Special Pho Soup Bowls.

Saturday, we’ll be open 9am-2:30pm for Brunch.

We’ll continue to take it week by week and keep you updated as we go. Join us. We can’t wait to serve you!🌹


Tuesday, 4:30pm – 8pm

Thursday & Friday, 10am – 5:30pm

Saturday: 9am – 2:30pm


It’s hard to believe that it is August already. With all the craziness of Corona and all that the world is dishing up right now, this year is flying by. We are on the downhill slope of 2020. I hope this finds you and your loved ones happy, healthy, and really loving something amazing about 2020 despite it all.

Some of our best local fruits and veggies are abundant in August. Our local peaches, pears, plums, tomatoes, squash, and berries are at their peak. If you’ve not shopped our local farmers, it’s a must! You’ll realize the beauty of our local bounty. And although we are inland, we also have some of the best and freshest seafood just a few short hours away on our beautiful west coast. Halibut is in high season.

In putting our menu together for August, we kept a few of the favorites so far, and, of course, we’ve included some of August’s tastiest treats and that includes succulent Halibut. We hope you enjoy it. We can’t wait to serve you.

Here We Go Again…

Just got off the phone with our District Supervisor. He feels that the Governor is going to shut down restaurant dining rooms again. I hope not. But, if that is to happen, we are ready!

We’ve been plotting and planning and trying to make the best of this situation. Here’s our plan. We will lock the dining room doors and HAPPILY open our DRIVE-THRU WINDOW. We will actually open a bit earlier, 7:30 am – 3pm, Thursday – Sunday. We want you to be able to start your day with us and on Sundays, we’ll offer curbside pick-up and socially distanced outside dining across our lawn and drive-thru driveway, if needed.

We already have several permanent outdoor seating benches, we’ll just add more. It’s important for us to keep things as normal for our guests as possible and we still want you to be able to get out of your homes and have someplace very special to enjoy. We have a well maintained, shaded, country setting for you to enjoy.

We’ve added an online ordering system. The final touches are being programmed. It will be up and running if and when things close back down. We look forward to serving you. Stay healthy and safe and most of all, God bless us all.


Today marks ONE MONTH of our opening. TIME FLIES! I have so much to be thankful for. The community support for what we are doing has been astounding!

With a basic structure of a farm to table menu, and the vast bounty of our local crops, we’ve been able to cook and bake up some tasty treats to tantalize the taste-buds of our visitors. Our menu changes darn near daily as our local growers drop in to share their freshest fruits and vegetables with us. I think for most, that is the hardest part to get used to. People like consistency. That is understandable. What I hope our guests find is that they can count on our consistency to provide the freshest food as possible and that it is always delicious no matter what the dish is.

With any new business, its nerve-wrecking and gut-wrenching to put something out there that you love or think is of value without knowing how it is going to be received, especially when it isn’t what others might do or expect. I knew from the start that what I wanted to create might be a different idea, slightly confusing, and more expensive than what had previously been in our location. I was praying that my little community and beyond would enjoy the change and be open to the new concept. So far, so good!

Brick and Mortar

It was a long time coming, but here we are, our own storefront. We opened last week and we are steadily gaining our footing. One of our first customers that came in wanted to chat about catering and all that we do at our little bakeshop, eatery, and catering company. He said he was trying to figure out what exactly we were trying to do here. I said that I was trying to figure out the same thing. He also said he loved our Sliders and Potato Salad that he had for lunch but that our Jalapeno Corn Salad tasted like sh*t! I laughed, of course. I told him I had three grown sons. Two of them love it, one thinks it tastes like sh*t, too! He thinks corn should be hot and not cold in a salad. That’s why we have choices. 🙂

As we go along, I’ll be just as excited as everyone else to find out what we are trying to do here. Until then, we’ll just continue to bake and cook to the best of our abilities in order to tantalize a few taste buds. If you ever travel our way, stop in. We’d love to serve you.

French Whisk, 1974 Acacia Ave., Sutter, CA, (530) 329-8694