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Daily Dining News: Squeeze Inn Comes to Midtown in October

As if their new West Sacramento location wasn't convenient enough (at least compared to their original Power Inn location), Squeeze Inn's latest restaurant will open at the spot formerly occupied by Infusion Cafe (17th & K) in October, reports Suzanne Hurt in Sac Press.

Squeeze Inn employee Sabrina Nicola will open her first restaurant under the guidance of Squeeze Inn owners Travis and Vicki Hausauer. The Hausauers will be silent partners in the new restaurant expected to open in October on K Street.

Nicola, 25, will be the sole operator and will work under a licensing agreement with the couple, who bought the original Squeeze Inn on Fruitridge Road in 2001.

Read the entire story in Sac Press.

Other News:

Fat Face moves from Davis to midtown - Here's a little more about Bows & Arrows' similarly thoughtful food program, which is being run by Fat Face. Formerly based in Davis, Fat Face built a rep for producing some of the area's best popsicles - think kaffir limeade with avocado and strawberry-lemonade - along with a tasty line of sandwiches. Fat Face sold popsicles at the recent Sacramento Mobile Food Festival and went through more than 1,000 of these frozen treats. So what the heck is Fat Face doing at a spot that specializes in vintage clothes? Chris Macias in the Sac Bee.

First step in food truck talks taken - The future of mobile food trucks in Sacramento was discussed Monday night at the first in what will likely be many meetings between mobile food vendors, “brick-and-mortar” restaurateurs, city leaders and advocacy groups. Brandon Darnell in Sac Press.

Gönül's J Street Cafe and Formoli's Bistro swap locations - Two East Sacramento restaurants with Mediterranean roots – Gönül's J Street Cafe and Formoli's Bistro – are trading places this month. Gönül's will be the first to open in its new location. After eight years near the corner of 39th and J streets, owner Gönül Blum will open just six blocks away at 3260 J St. on Wednesday. Suzanne Hurt in Sac Press.

Ethereal Eating: Biba's Lasagne - If your only experience with lasagna is the plasticky, cheesy gut-bombs you've waded through at church socials and bad potlucks, you need to try Biba Restaurant’s version. Chef Biba Caggiano’s elegant Lasagne Verdi alla Bolognese is composed of ten silky-thin layers of homemade spinach pasta, interspersed with a fragrant Bolognese meat ragú and velvety béchamel sauce. Kira O'Donnell in Sac Mag.


I'd much rather drive to Midtown than down Power Inn... I wonder what parking will be like.

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