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By now, we've all had an opportunity to try Mini Burger Truck and Drewski's Hot Rod Kitchen. Now, coming onto the scene is Wicked ’Wich, reports Pembe Sonmez in Sac Press.

Jarosz described Wicked ’Wich’s fare as “a blue collar, working man’s sandwich,” with prices between $7 and $8.

“We are not health food – we are mental health food,” he said...

Jarosz said the Wicked ’Wich should have its final inspection completed within the next few days and be ready for a soft opening early next week – but don’t expect a personal invitation.

Read the entire article in Sac Press.

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Bows & Arrows moves, adds Fat Face cafe - The new Bows & Arrows, opening across from Safeway on 19th Street, will also sell the gourmet popsicles, panini sandwiches and other fare made by Jaymes Luu of Davis-based Fat Face cafe...Luu operated the Fat Face popsicle and sandwich shop in Davis. She's also sold popsicles in flavors such as Kaffir Limeade, Thai Tea & Sweet Potato or Melon Horchata at local farmers markets and at the recent mobile food vendor festival, SactoMoFo. She'll now operate Fat Face cafe from within Bows & Arrows. Suzanne Hurt in Sac Press.

Chicago Fire to open fourth restaurant in Folsom - Sacramento restaurateur Eric Schnetz plans to open a fourth local Chicago Fire restaurant at the Palladio at Broadstone shopping complex in Folsom. Schnetz said today that he hopes to open the 7,200-square-foot outlet by November. It will be built in existing retail space near the entrance to the Palladio 16 Cinemas along East Bidwell Street. Mike Glover in the Sac Bee.

Handmade gelato, Italian cafe coming to Midtown - An East Sacramento couple will open an Italian cafe specializing in handmade gelato and sorbetto in Midtown this summer. Elizabeth and Brian McCleary decided to open Devine Gelateria & Cafe after she spent a month in Italy learning how to make the icy Italian confections. Elizabeth McCleary will operate the gelateria ("je LOT uhria") at 1221 19th St., where a Parisian boutique and cafe called Le Petit Paris closed last fall. Suzanne Hurt in Sac Press.

Sushi Hook: Off the Hook - It’s easy to get hooked by Sushi Hook, which boasts of being the best sushi joint in Arden Arcade. There may be some merit to the claim, certainly if it were qualified by saying “American-style” sushi. That would be defined as a bevy of special rolls with clever names that, usually, are splashed with one or more “special” sauces. In Tokyo, for instance, it’s not all nigiri all the time but, in the main, sushi is simply fish, rice, a dab of wasabi and the occasional horse meat. Greg Lucas in Sac News & Review.

Calling it quits - Here's another casualty of the economic downturn. The Cassidy's Family Restaurant in east Sac is closing Sunday. Bob Shallit in the Sac Bee. (Last Item.)


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