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Fox & Goose, the iconic English pub at 10th & R, is set to expand its patio dining and add condos, reports Bob Shallit in the Sac Bee.

The most immediate change, starting in weeks, will be the dock extension, creating a "contemporary but industrial" patio for about 40 diners.

The private dining room and events space – along with new restrooms, break rooms and offices – will be added next year.

The condos? Those could be "optimistically five to seven years" away, Dalton says. But she's already begun talks with Sacramento's D&S Development Co. – the builder of lofts at 14th and R streets – about a joint venture on the project.

Read the entire story in the Sac Bee.

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