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Hawks Provisions and Public House

Hawks Public House, the more casual East Sac outpost of the critically acclaimed Hawks Restaurant in Granite Bay, opened on Tuesday, it announced on Facebook.

For the first week or two, the restaurant will only be open for dinner service. When they get their sea legs, they'll expand to add lunch service.

Here's how the Sac Bee described the restaurant back in January:

The fine-dining destination Hawks in Granite Bay will lose the white tablecloths when two casual, sister restaurants debut in adjacent buildings sharing a patio. The smaller space will specialize in pre-made grab ’n’ go breakfast (an emphasis on baked goods), lunch and take-home dinner, with a “well-edited” menu of sandwiches and salads. Note: It won’t be a deli. The larger sit-down gastropub will have a full bar and stained-concrete floors, along with Hawks’ same dedication to quality and farm-to-fork philosophy.

Read the entire story in the Sac Bee.

Hawks Public House was first announced in 2013. It's good to see that it finally opened. I look forward to giving the place a try.

Hawks Public House is located at 1525 Alhambra Blvd. and can be found online (eventually) at http://hawksprovisionsandpublichouse.com/.

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