Mount Shasta offers many dining experiences from hot dogs to sushi, hosting more than 30 cafes and restaurants. Here are some that I’ve tried …
- Seed of Life Cafe; 414 N Mt Shasta Blvd — coffee and other beverages, bagels, pastries, sandwiches and home made soups and chili, plus dinners some evenings, and specials
- Lily’s Restaurant; 1013 S Mt Shasta Blvd — offering American style food and dining
- Casa Ramos; 1136 S Mount Shasta Blvd — Mexican food, full bar
- Piemont Restaurant; 1200 S Mount Shasta Blvd — Italian food, steaks, fried chicken, full bar
- Andaman Healthy Thai Restaurant; 313 N Mt Shasta Blvd — American style dining
- Vivify Japanese Restaurant; 531 Chestnut St — Japanese food, sushi, sashimi, full bar
- Mike and Tony’s; 501 S Mt Shasta Blvd — Italian American dining, full bar
- Fusions Thai & Chinese Cuisine; 1328 S Mt Shasta Blvd — Chinese and Thai specialties
- Billy Goat’s Tavern; 107 Chestnut St — pub fare, full bar
- Black Bear Diner; 401 West Lake St — diner-style
- Say Cheese Pizza; 305 Maple St – pizza, calzone, pasta
- Burger Express; 415 N Mt Shasta Blvd – the american favorite
- Dos Geckos; 401 North Mount Shasta Blvd –tacos, burritos, nachos, and specialty plates
I’ve eaten at every one of these, and I say … Yumbolicous!
Mount Shasta, Northern California — home to 3500 people and an unknown number of Lemurians — sits at the base of a 14,900 foot active volcanic mountain of the same name.
It has been and continues to be a destination of recreationists, adventurists, vacationers, seekers, writers, artists, plunderers and scalawags, as well as to people looking for a quiet life away from the urban sprawl.
High Desert to Sub-Alpine Climate in One Place
The high desert to sub alpine region boasts beautiful forests, panoramic vistas, lakes, streams and rivers enough to keep the writers of Sunset and Field & Stream busy for some time to come.
City of Mount Shasta
The town itself, situated in the south of Siskiyou County, is equidistant from the other three towns in southern Siskiyou County — Dunsmuir, McCloud and Weed. Mount Shasta City has an abundance of history and natural wonders galore, and visitors have many options to enjoy, and accommodations to suit anyone: hotels, motels, bed and breakfast, a resort, campsites, and health spas.
Ya’ll come see us, now, ya hear?
In little town here in the mountains where I live (Mount Shasta California), there was this great little shop which gave classes and catered to people doing beading.
It was a great place. The owner was a local man, and he really knew all about beading and making lovely things. And he enjoyed teaching people, and it was fun. And you know what?
After some months, and a valiant struggle, the owner closed the doors.
It was a bummer, but not a feeling that was so rare, because I had experienced this before, seeing small businesses that I loved and enjoyed close their doors. A health-food Mexican food restaurant here in town. A bagel shop. An art gallery specializing in Western art and landscapes.
Don’t you hate seeing a local business close because they can’t make ends meet?
Why Local Businesses Fail
And the deal is this… usually, it’s because they don’t know how to market their goods and services. For example, I know a lot of musicians. Many are brilliant and talented, and they create the most beautiful music. But most of those do not know how to market, so they struggle endlessly with trying to make a living doing what they love.
And the same for a barbershop, a petstore, a bookkeeping service, a tarot-card reader, an expresso cart, or a small botique.
As someone who has been doing marketing for small local businesses — my own and others’ — for 40 years I really don’t like to just sit back and let this happen.
So I’ve created a free report called “Nine Free Ways to Get New Customers.”
I’d like to give you a copy. And I invite you to share it with your friends, send it to relatives who run small businesses in other towns, and in general get it into the hands of small businesses who need it.
Although the online world is remarkably similar to the physical universe in the principles of marketing, the way you apply them is quite different and most local business owners never figure this out, because it’s not so obvious, and it has a long learning curve.
Please download the following special report, and also share the link to this article with your friends on Facebook, twitter, and any e-mail list that you have.(If you don’t have an e-mail list, buy my book “Marketing Online, Clear and Simple” on Amazon today, and learn why you should have an e-mail list. In the meantime…
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Mt. Shasta, California, August 5, 2009: The Siskiyou Newspaper Group (Mt. Shasta Herald, Weed Times, and Dunsmuir, California editions) reported on our own Arthur Cronos public workshop about Ecommerce for local business …
[from the article]
Internet marketing is the wave of the future, according to Weed small business owner and e-commerce specialist Arthur Cronos.
“If you’re business is not capitalizing on effective internet marketing, you could be losing a ton of possible revenue,” noted Cronos, who recently led a day-long workshop intended to help local business owners develop their web presence.
Gathering to glean some of Cronos’s pearls of wisdom was a group of local entrepreneurs looking to infuse new energy into their businesses. The answer, as far Cronos is concerned, lies on the web.
In a lively and engaging presentation, Cronos stressed the importance of incorporating the internet as a marketing tool for all businesses, even ones that appear to be unlikely candidates. He noted that 12,000 new buyers are discovering the internet on any given day.
How does the business owner effectively target his or her customers?
How does that person build a database of clients and maximize their return on their advertising investment?
Mt. Shasta, California, January 18, 2012: Today, the Mount Shasta Herald newspaper published an article about yours truly, and about my new book “Marketing Online, Clear and Simple, for Local Business” –
[reprinted with permission]
“A Siskiyou County man recently published a book that tells local businesses how they can harness the internet to make more income.
“Arthur Cronos’s ‘Marketing Online Clear and Simple’ gives detailed instructions that are not only easy to follow, but interesting to read.
“The book also includes a free video series that demonstrates click by click how to do everything he explains.
“Cronos has worked in sales and advertising for more than 40 years. As the owner of CopyDragon Business Writing Services, Cronos now specializes in online marketing.
“His book outlines three steps which he says will help local businesses make money online.