About Dancing Tomato Caffé
FAMILY DINING • COFFEE SHOP • PIZZERIA • BAR & GRILL • WATERING HOLE • CHOPHOUSE
Locally owned and operated, Dancing Tomato Caffé is the perfect blend of good eats, community
spirit, and a comfortable atmosphere. The Katz family has hand-crafted this unique restaurant,
conveniently located on the corner of California Highway 20 and Walton Avenue in Yuba City,
Our caffé menu is available for breakfast, lunch, and dinner (dine in or take out) every
day of the week. We also offer catering for events both large and small. Ask about our
Brick Wall Pizza oven, a mobile pizzeria that bakes up homemade wood-fired pizza;
always a crowd pleaser. The Brick Wall full bar is a favorite hangout for cocktails,
beer, and your favorite wine.
All beef on the Dancing Tomato Caffé menu is Certified Angus Beef ®.
The Certified Angus Beef ® brand is brought to you by
generations of America’s farming and ranching families, determined to raise the very best
beef for your family and theirs. They work hard to produce Angus beef of the highest quality
that can earn the brand’s premium mark. In order to bear the official logo, beef must first
qualify for USDA Choice or Prime grades, then meet the Certified Angus Beef ® brand’s
additional quality standards. It’s the best beef available.
Supporting our local community is of paramount importance. Our menus include local products
from Northern California, including: Napa, Amador, Oregon House, El Dorado Hills, Sonoma,
Modesto, Lodi, Mendocino, and the renowned Sutter Buttes (aka The World’s Smallest Mountain
Dancing Tomato Caffé’s recipes were designed with the family in mind—we know there is no “one size fits all” approach when it comes to
meeting each family member’s needs and food preferences. Visit our menu page
We are Kevin and Shar Katz, and we have been serving up California cuisine and traditional Italian fare at the Dancing Tomato Caffé in
Yuba City since 2004. When we opened the doors, we had one small child with another on the way. The caffé and our family have grown up
together over the years.
You might say that great food served in a welcoming atmosphere is a family tradition. Way back in 1965, Kevin’s parents opened the
Italian Cottage in Chico, and the family later
added Caffé Italia in Davis.
With a dream of opening a family-friendly restaurant to call our own, we began searching for the perfect location to make our dream
come true. Inspired one summer day by the image of tomatoes bouncing in a truck heading in from a local field, the name for the
“Dancing Tomato Caffé” was born. Now we are passing our family’s legacy on to our children who can often be found taking orders and
making change when we take out our wood-fired mobile pizza oven to community events.
Learn more in our story of Dancing Tomato Caffé video on our YouTube channel.
Our food is so good it makes you happy from your head all the way down to your “To-ma-toes”!
We are always dedicated to serving delicious dishes, dressings and sauces made in our own kitchens using the highest quality and
freshest ingredients. Whenever possible, we source local produce, olive oil, rice, wines, craft beers, and other specialties
from this bountiful area. Each day, we carefully prepare our original recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner for your dining
We wish for all... ”Good Times for a Long Time” and we are honored to have you dine with us.
Grazie and Buon Appetito!
Reduce. Recycle. Reuse.
As well as being conscious of what comes into their restaurant, the Katz family is very aware of what goes out.
They’re working with Recology Yuba-Sutter on a pilot program to turn organic waste and food scraps into
compost for local farmers to replenish the lands, rather than adding to local landfills.
“Green Sharlene”, as her husband calls her,
explains. “A lot of waste goes out the door; we can be more responsible with our business practices by reducing
waste and diverting recyclables and organic matter for compost. By being “greener”, we can actually save money
(green) on waste hauling, while working toward state goals to reduce the amount of material going into our
landfills. As a mother, it’s really just the right thing to do for our children and our environment. Every
little bit of effort helps.”