55 E Williams Ave
Fallon, NV 89406

(775) 423-5505

Open Mon - Sat
7:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Closed Sundays

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The Courtyard Cafe & Bakery was featured in the Nevada Magazine. Read the article here.


We have a special heart for our military.

Special items from the bakery (available according to season and the whims of the chef):

Wheat - Wheat Raisin
White Bread - Buns
Soup of the Day
Cream or Fruit Pies
Cakes - Brownies
Bread Pudding
Cinnamon Rolls Orange Rolls
Fruit Breads - Eclairs
Cupcakes - Cookies
Brownies - Catering.

The Courtyard Cafe & Bakery

We love what we do. But even more... we love sharing it with you!

The Courtyard Cafe & Bakery is locally owned and operated by Andy and Deborah Nelson.
Deb has been in the food business for nearly fifteen years. She manages the day-to-day operations of The Courtyard Cafe & Bakery. She is passionate about her restaurant and assures her guests receive warm hospitality and mouth-watering foods. The family's nearly thirty years of military experience gives them a special heart for the military. The Nelson's support the local military base and all those who pass through it.

Deborah Nelson Owner

The Courtyard Cafe & Bakery has been featured in numerous articles.
Here is one from Nevada Magazine.

The Coutyard Cafe & Bakery

Fresh ingredients and loving attention to detail make this eatery a Fallon favorite.

By Charlie Johnston, Nevada Magazine

"The biscuits and gravy are the best in Northern Nevada," says Paul Carlson as he exits the
Courtyard Café & Bakery. Talk to many Fallonites, and they will likely share Carlson's sentiment
about one or more of the restaurant's dishes.

Since opening in December 2008, the Courtyard Café has built an impressive local following,
and it's no surprise why. "We pride ourselves in homemade food, baked and made fresh daily,"
says owner Deb Nelson. "Fresh food just tastes better." Nelson takes full advantage of
produce from local outlets such as Lattin Farms and Workman Farms and is constantly
searching for fresh, in-season fruits and vegetables from small farms in California.

Making a bad selection from the menu would be mission impossible, but some other dishes
that stand out alongside the biscuits and gravy are hot cinnamon rolls, a ham sandwich
with sliced apple and cheddar cheese, and the Southwest Omelet.

The melt-in-your-mouth cinnamon rolls are served fresh from the oven and lightly drizzled with
homemade frosting. The ham sandwich with sliced apple and cheddar is served on grilled
raisin bread, giving it a unique, Zen-like balance between salty and sweet. The accompanying
salad with tangy homemade vinaigrette is unbelievably fresh and worthy of meal status all
by itself. The fluffy, surprisingly light Southwest Omelet comes piled high with fresh homemade
salsa, sour cream, and avocados. Spicy sausage and bell peppers combine for a complex
but not overwhelming spice, and creamy Monterey Jack cheese pulls everything together.

Used with permission from Nevada Magazine.



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