Sac Mag restaurant critic Kira O'Donnell has rounded up a list of her 13 favorite dishes at Mexican restaurants across the Sacramento region. Among her choices are:
Ernesto’s Mexican Food: Enchiladas Suizas - Enchiladas appear on practically every Mexican restaurant menu, and they’re often uninspiring. But these are a knockout, thanks to the electrifying green sauce that smothers the dish.
Tequila Museo Mayahuel: Chile Relleno de Queso - Delicate and light as a cloud, Mayahuel’s chile relleno is one of the restaurant’s finest dishes.
Centro Cocina Mexicana: Camarones y Calamares a la Parilla - For this enticing, light appetizer, chefs marinate Monterey Bay squid and shrimp in olive oil, serrano chilies and oregano, then quickly grill the meat, infusing it with a deliciously smoky flavor.
See her entire list in Sac Mag.
Fox & Goose takes to Facebook for an expanded response - Here's an update on the dust-up over a short but negative review of Fox & Goose in the Feb. Midtown Monthly. Social media is a powerful tool. Is this a good response from the pub? Blair Anthony Robertson in the Sac Bee.
10 most popular midtown restaurants - Two things make a restaurant popular: lots of diners. And lots of passion. To measure which midtown Sacramento restaurants capture both, the Sacramento Business Journal created an index that incorporates both the average rating and number of reviews on two popular online rating services: Yelp and Urbanspoon. Sac Biz Journal.
In-N-Out on its way in near Arden Fair - The In-N-Out Burger location near Arden Fair is fully under construction, and the restaurant uses nothing of the former nearly new Romano’s Macaroni Grill that had been on the site. Mark Anderson in Sac Biz Journal.
Ravenous Cafe - I hadn't been out there in a few years (I ate at Ravenous last back when it was owned by Mark Helms, it's since been sold to Wade Sawaya) but had been curious to check it out again and hey, tonight would be as good of a night as any, right? I dialed and was greeted on the other end by a cheerful voice and was told that they could certainly accommodate us. We headed out to the Pocket area with our stomachs growling. Ally Gaffan on A Girl and her Fork.
Dickey's Barbecue settles on Elk Grove location - Dickey's Barbecue Pit will be opening an Elk Grove location at 5110 Laguna Blvd. later this year. The chain started in Dallas in 1941. It opened its first local shop in Roseville more than two years ago, and another new Dickey’s is opening in Folsom at 1016 Riley St. in March or April. Mark Anderson in the Sac Biz Journal.