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Revolution Wines is the rare urban winery. After its move from 21st and P to its new location at 28th and S, the winery has been able to expand beyond its alcoholic offerings to serve more food. Greg Lucas of the Sac News & Review has the scoop on how the grub is.

After several visits, the realization dawns—would have happened to smarter people sooner—that Gina and Simone et al., have labored to create simple and fresh food to drink wine with. Like the blue cheese salad dressing on romaine with raisins and green apple squares, which almost demands a sip of zin after each bite.

Read the entire review in the Sac News & Review.

Other News:

Grange's pastry chef looking for the next opportunity - Elaine Baker, the highly regarded pastry chef at Grange Restaurant, is looking for work. The position at Grange has been eliminated and Baker, whose many dessert creations distinguished the restaurant, isn't wasting any time looking for new challenges. Blair Anthony Robertson in the Sac Bee.

Ginger Elizabeth Chocolates, after a very pleasant storm - If you think you were busy on Valentine's Day - making that reservation, buying a card, ordering flowers, dousing yourself in cologne - think about Ginger Elizabeth Hahn and her talented staff at Ginger Elizabeth Chocolates. Valentine's Day was their Super Bowl, their ultramarathon and, it turns out, it was a little bit of history. Blair Anthony Robertson in the Sac Bee.

Guerrilla Dining - Underground supper clubs. Pop-up restaurants. Gourmet food trucks. Get ready: Sacramento’srestaurant rebels want to change the way you eat out. Marybeth Bizjak in Sac Mag.

The Dollar-Wise Gourmet: If It’s Tuesday, It Must Be Tacos - For the budget-minded—and these days, doesn’t that include nearly everyone?—Taco Tuesday is cause for a weekly fiesta. Here aresome local spots that have jumped on the TT trend.
Cathy Cassinos-Carr in Sac Mag.

Try It: Brunch at Roxy - Looking for a kid-friendly, yet upscale brunch experience? Check out Roxy Restaurant and Bar on Fair Oaks Boulevard, whose sparkly chandelier, cowboy-inspired artwork and spotted cowhide-upholstered booths will appeal to all your family members. Kira O'Donnell in Sac Mag.

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