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"Pat" Brown and Amador County Sheriff George Milardovich raided and shut down the town's brothels and gaming rooms.Yet, while Jackson settled down after the raid, it took the National, and particularly its bar, a few decades to follow suit."We over-restored it," says Stanley Lukowicz, the new owner of the National."We should have had a budget, but now I've already spent .5 million." To hear the 66-year-old Lukowicz tell it, when he purchased the National in 2011, rescuing the building from dilapidation and its own ill repute, he did so as part high-minded historic conservation, part pet project.Grab-and-go on your way Amador Arts Summer Concert Series & Amador Flower Farm and local vineyards. at The National Hotel An unforgettable dining experience wrapped in Gold Rush-era charm.The National Hotel - like the town of Jackson and all of California's Gold Country - wears its past on its sleeve.
But by then, the brothels and bars were mostly catering to a select clientele from Sacramento, earning Jackson a nickname as "the legislator's bedroom." That came to an end in 1956, when state and county officials led by Attorney General Edmund G.Daffodil Hill explodes with thousands of blossoms mid-March through mid-April, drawing visitors from around the world.Tour and sample wines from more than 45 award-winning wineries nestled in the foothills and taste for yourself why Amador County wines are beginning to rival Napa for those in the know.Enjoy the scenic Gold Rush towns of Jackson, Sutter Creek, Volcano, Plymouth and Amador City in the heart of the Mother Lode.This small county hosts big time museums, famous galleries, unique antique shops and historical sites like Indian Grinding Rock State Historical Park, Kennedy Gold Mine and Tailing Wheel Park.
"Anyway, I own half of Main Street, so it didn't seem like such a bad idea," he says.