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Daily Dining News: Burglary Scare at Doughbot Donuts


Early Wednesday morning, beloved gourmet donut restaurant Doughbot Donuts tweeted that there was trouble at the store.

There was much social media speculation. Was it a burglary? Vandalism? All hoped that not too much damage was done. In a demonstration of how close the Sac restaurant community was, many restaurants asked their customers to pay a visit to Doughbot over the next week to help out a fellow business in distress.

Doughbot later posted what exactly had been taken from the store.


But through the work of good neighbors, all's well that ends well.


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Sacramento Regional Restaurant Week to debut Oct. 1 - Maybe there's a restaurant (or two or three) you've always wanted to try, but somehow have never gotten around to it. The inaugural Sacramento Regional Restaurant Week, Oct. 1 through 14, could be your window of opportunity. Hey, wait a minute... Isn't that two weeks, not one? Allen Pierleoni in the Sac Bee.

Brunch at Iron Steaks - Tina Macuha was checking out the amazing brunch at Iron Steaks. On Good Day Sac.


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