Although we had hoped our new home in the beautiful Tahoe Park neighborhood of Sacramento would be ready by Father's Day Weekend, the building just wasn't ready yet.
As you may know, when dealing with active construction and city permits, sometimes things don't always go according to schedule :) We want our restaurant to be a positive, long term contribution to our neighborhood, and to get things just right, we're looking at about another month before we're ready to open our doors.
When we have a firm reopening date, we'll be sure to announce it here and on our Facebook page, but we're aiming for early August.
I've followed enough restaurant openings that there always seem to be permit, construction or other issues that seem to take longer than expected. As a fan of Bacon & Butter, though, I'm sure it'll be worth the wait so we'll be able to enjoy them for not just brunch but dinner too.
Bacon & Butter will be located at 5913 Broadway, and can be found online at http://baconandbuttersac.com/.
East Sacramento cheese shop opens up new culinary frontiers - The prepared food is morphing as the owners learn what works for their customers, but there’s only so much they can do. “There’s no gas range, no grill, no fryers. We’re limited on what we can serve,” Andrew says. Those limitations don’t seem to be hindering them, however. Next month they’ll likely gain their beer and wine license. Simultaneously, permits may clear allowing their outdoor seating to expand, which is good, since inside there’s only a window counter with two seats inside the shop. Andrea Thompson in Sac Biz Journal.
Wine and beer coming to midtown Starbucks? - Sometime soon, at a Starbucks near the Capitol, you might be able to order an Italian sparkling wine, Sonoma chardonnay or a Napa cabernet. Baristas at the Starbucks near 16th and K streets say their store is going to be one of the select stores to take on the Starbucks Evening program and that location is currently hiring people who are over 21 for that program. Mark Anderson in Sac Biz Journal.
Hop to The Red Rabbit - Sacramento’s scorching summer days transform beautifully into balmy, comfortable, warm summer evenings—the perfect environment for outdoor dining. This week we dropped in to midtown’s The Red Rabbit Kitchen & Bar to dine outside at one of the restaurant’s community tables and revel in the temperate weather. Kira O'Donnell in Sac Mag.
Bruich lands chef role with high-profile Bay Area restaurant group - Less than seven months after that headline-grabbing piece of bad news, the self-taught Bruich, 34, has landed a plum job in San Francisco. He is in his fourth week as the new executive chef at Bourbon Steak in Union Square and is looking to relocate his family to the Bay Area as soon as possible. The restaurant in the Westin St. Francis on Union Square is operated by the highly regarded Mina Group, which is led by Chef Michael Mina and runs 22 upscale restaurants throughout the U.S. Blair Anthony Robertson in the Sac Bee.
Fahrenheit 250 BBQ: Barbecue euphoria - Fahrenheit 250 isn’t a traditional janky-but-lovable barbecue joint. Instead, it’s a California version with very good food and the kind of details that make it a great choice for drinks with friends, dinner with the kids, and even large crowds. Ann Martin Rolke in Sac News & Review.
VIDEO: Tako Davis - Melissa Cabral takes a look at a local hot spot called Tako Davis for Korean-style, Mexican fusion that will make your taste buds tingle. Melissa Cabral on Good Day Sac.