Dining News: RIP Icing in the Cupcake...Maybe
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Dining News: Popcycle Stolen, Recovered

Popcycle Creamery, the bicycle mobile ice cream delivery service where all the ice cream is hand crafted and served in a push Pop form factor, was stolen early Saturday morning, owner Rachel Sprinkle-Strong announced on Popcycle's Facebook page.

Actually Sprinkle-Strong chronicled the whole adventure on her Facebook Page.






The bike locked up in a locked garage, so it was seemingly well protected. According to the CBS 13 interview (above), the bike was missing its tires, bike seat and pedals, but the rest of the bike was in tact.

Watch the video above for more info, and find Popcycle on Facebook at Facebook.com/PopcycleCreamery.

More News:

Dine Downtown Week - I have already enjoyed two Dine Downtown menus: Esquire Grill and Downtown & Vine. Downtown & Vine offers a nice range of choices on their menu, complete with a dessert and drink pairing to round out the meal, a great deal for the price. We were very pleased with our meal and will be returning again. Amber Stott on Awake at the Whisk.

Dine Downton at Esquire Grill (1213 K Street) -  I have been to Esquire many times in the past so I had some pretty high expectations going in for the Dine Downtown dinner. The choices on the menu were very impressive, which made it really hard to decide what selections to go for...I would add Esquire Grill to your list of places to visit over the next week for Dine Downtown! Kelli Breton on Girls on the Grid.

Dine Downtown Restaurant Week at Dawson’s - We were invited by Dine Downtown Restaurant Week to check out the Dine Downtown menu at Dawson’s Restaurant in the Hyatt Hotel, and we definitely left feeling more than satisfied. In addition to the 3-course meal, Dawson’s offered a $12 wine pairing to go along with the first and second courses. Everything from the first course was absolutely scrumptious! Jake Ferguson and Sarah Hamblen on Sac Foodies.

AUDIO: Friday Food Featuring Capital Dime - Capital Dime, a restaurant specializing in New American style cuisine - and wants to bring the most fresh food to the culinary scene. They're trying to bring the farm to the fork. The driving force behind Capital Dime is certainly no new-comer, though. Executive Chef Noah Zonca spent 20 years at the helm of The Kitchen, one of Sacramento's most prestigious restaurants before he launched out on his own. Visit Capital Dime at 1801 L Street. More information for Dine Downtown Restaurant Week can be found here. Kitty O'Neal on KFBK.

VIDEO: Dine Downtown: Melting Pot makes offers tasty treats - The Melting Pot makes an old classic new again with a diverse selection of tasty treats. On KCRA.


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