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Localis

Localis, the latest outpost in the rapidly-expanding Team Broderick empire, will open on Friday, July 10.

The restaurant, led by chef Chris Barnum (most recently at Cibo 7 in Roseville), has been holding tastings for local chefs over the last week as they fine tune their menu. Among the chefs who have participated are Adam Pechal (Tuli), Noah Zonca (The Kitchen & Capital Dime), Bobby Coyote (Dos Coyotes), Jason Azevedo (Esquire Grill) and Michael Touhy (formerly of Grange, Lowbrau/Block Butcher Bar and now with Executive Chef & General Manager Legends Hospitality - Golden1 Center).

According to pictures posted on their Facebook page, Localis will be serving:

Rabbit

Rabbit

Duck

Duck two ways

Fish

Surf & Turf

Octopus

Octopus

Chef Pechal, who once ran Tuli at that location, commented on Facebook: "The best meal I've had in a long time. So happy to see "my baby" in such capable hands. Keep up the good work!"

You can start making reservations now by e-mailing RESERVATIONS@LOCALISSACRAMENTO.COM.

Localis is located at 2031 S Street, and can be found online at http://www.localissacramento.com/.

* Edit on Tuesday morning - added another chef who participated in the preview dinners.

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