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Dining News: Grilled Cheese Sandwich 'Outstanding' at The Rind


By now, The Rind's developed a reputation for being a top notch destination for your wine and cheese needs. Every time I've been there, it's been busy, and each time, they've been better than the last.

Sac Mag's Kira O'Donnell paid them a visit and found many things to live.

I ordered a cheese board on a recent visit. It included Marcona almonds, a scrumptious cherry jam and three cheeses, including two from Sonoma County’s Bellwether Farms: creamy, buttery Carmody and Pepato, a semisoft sheep’s milk cheese made with feisty whole peppercorns. The third was Cowgirl Creamery’s Red Hawk, a bold triple-cream cheese with a beautiful red-orange rind. Other outstanding dishes included a salad of locally grown greens and beets and a crusty grilled cheese sandwich showcasing Fiscalini clothbound cheddar cheese, served with a vivacious roasted tomato soup that tasted deeply and satisfyingly of Sacramento summer.

Read the entire review in Sac Mag.

Click here for their happy hour menu.

More News:

Original Pete's adding brewhouse restaurants in Rocklin, Woodland - Original Pete’s Restaurant is expanding with new brewhouse restaurants in Rocklin and Woodland. They will both be Pete’s Restaurant & Brewhouse concept, which have a wider and more diverse menu than the Original Pete’s Pizza, Pasta and Grill restaurants. Mark Anderson in Sac Biz Journal.

Midtown Sacramento’s Starlite lounge sparkles to life - With bright-red lipstick, a red-plastic flower tucked behind her ear and animal-print tattoos down her shoulder, Shannon Cannon exudes the rockabilly aesthetic even more than her bar, The Starlite, which officially opens today in midtown Sacramento...Before becoming The Starlite, the two-story bar was the Townhouse Lounge. And along with a hearty scrubbing, the space received a spritz from the 1950s. Janelle Bitker in the Sac Bee.

Counter Culture: Bowling for lunch is right up our alley - We crossed the river into West Sacramento and found Cap’s Bar & Grill (“Where you can play with your food)”) inside Capitol Bowl. The stylishly renovated space is way smaller than Country Club, with 18 lanes and a mini-arcade, but with a focus on the restaurant-bar. The dining room is full of booths and tables, and a granite-topped counter surrounds the full bar...There were a couple of surprises: Owner Ross Amin uses seasonal organic produce from the West Sacramento farmers market whenever possible. And what were tender, juicy, marinated and skewered chunks of chicken breast (with basmati rice) doing hanging out in a bowling alley? Allen Pierleoni in the Sac Bee.

Quality Vietnamese food at Stockton Blvd. eatery - Whether you’re a bona fide foodie, culturally curious or, like our French friend, simply in search of a hot, hearty and delicious soup after a long trip, Quan Nem Ninh Hoa is a reliable, often charming and largely delicious destination for this particular kind of Vietnamese cuisine. Blair Anthony Robertson in the Sac Bee.

VIDEO: Burger Battle - Tina pays a visit to Roxy and previews The Sacramento Burger Battle. On Good Day Sac.


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