We will be closed for regular dinner service on 12-10-22 as we have private events booked for that day. Thank you Chef Vincent & Lisa Alexander
Chef Vincent and Lisa met at a Halloween party of all places, and they have been together ever since. Recent Grass Valley Residents, they have six grown children and eleven grandchildren with another on the way.
Chef Vincent and Lisa are blessed and would like to thank our many friends and family that have helped us to make Alexander’s Station Steakhouse and Event Center a reality.
Join us and help us become one of Nevada Citys best restaurants.
Through adversity comes opportunity!!
2020 was a trying year for all of us, I had changed my career path to focus on the hotel industry as it was the most stable area of the food and beverage world.
Well, that was before there was a global pandemic and hospitality was crushed. While I made it all the way to January 2021, I eventually lost my job.
We had always planned on building a sustainable farm with animals, but we were thinking to work for 10 more years and invest in the farm then retire and work the land.
With no job I focused on building up the orchard, livestock, and vegetable farm. I swiftly came to the realization that I could not replace my income nor use my extensive experience in a farm so…
We began looking for a small café or dinner house to sell our produce and get back behind the stove. I ran across an ad for a “Landmark Restaurant in Nevada City” we toured the property and fell in love.
The restaurant is located in the Northern Queen hotel site surrounded with 7 acres of lush forest, two wedding sites and the Gold Rush Falls.
We invite you to visit us and experience the natural beauty that is Alexander’s Station Steakhouse and Event Center, one of Nevada Citys best restaurants
As a chef at some of the Sacramento regions best restaurants, I have always loved working with fresh produce. Over the last few years, we have had progressively larger gardens and we decided we wanted a small market farm.
We found the perfect property in Grass Valley, and we now have Alexander's Hidden Valley Farm.
We only use organic inputs and sustainable no-till practices. Our green waste is enjoyed by our chickens and sheep and in turn they produce fertilizer.
As we expand we will be able to supply roughly 50-65% of our total produce needs for the restaurant.
We plan on adding acreage on our property and starting a large plot on the restaurant site.
Come in and see what produce we are featuring now at Alexander’s Station Steakhouse and Event Center.
Click on the picture to the right and see a video of the summer farm.
We offer competitive pay. If you're interested in one of our open positions, start by applying here and attaching your resume.