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Dining News: Man Shot Outside Chando's Tacos on Wednesday Evening


A man was shot outside Chando's Tacos on Arden Way on Wednesday evening, per the Sac PD Daily Activity Log.

Here's the entry in full:

800 block of Arden Way at 1717 hours.

The victim was in the area when an argument ensued with two unknown suspects. One suspect armed with a handgun shot the victim and fled. Sacramento Fire personnel responded to the scene and transported the victim to an area hospital for a serious, but non-life threatening injury. Officers checked the area for the suspects. The investigation remains very active and no arrests have been made at this time.

Chando, the owner of the beloved Mexican restaurant, provided additional details on Facebook Friday morning:


While we're on the topic of the restaurant, Chandos Tacos also announced a price increase due, in part, to the the minimum wage hike that took effect on Jan. 1.

Chando's Tacos is located at 863 Arden Way, with two additional locations in the greater Sacramento region, and can be found online at

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Twelve Rounds Brewing plans to open a distillery - Turns out, Twelve Rounds Brewing Company dreams of whiskey. The brewery plans to become Sacramento’s first distillery. Janelle Bitker in Sac News & Review.

Pangaea’s cookies and beer pairing to feature coveted Firestone Walker milk stout - At 6 p.m. on Jan. 21, you can delve into the grown-up version, featuring a top-notch California craft brewery and one of Sacramento’s leading craft beer bars. Dubbed “Milk & Cookies Night,” this casual tasting event at Pangaea Bier Cafe, (2743 Franklin Blvd., Sacramento) pairs a pint of Nitro Merlin Milk Stout from Firestone Walker of Paso Robles with two brown butter and sea salt cookies by Brown Butter Cookie Co. (with shops in Paso Robles and Cayucos). Reservations are not required. The event is first come, first served. Blair Anthony Robertson in the Sac Bee.

Oldest brewery in town finally given OK to fill and sell growlers - At 11 a.m. Thursday, Rubicon Brewing made a bit of local beer history. Owner Glynn Phillips and his staff at the pub at 2004 Capitol Ave. in Sacramento began selling growlers — those extra-large to-go containers that have become a popular and lucrative part of the craft beer industry. Blair Anthony Robertson in the Sac Bee.

2016 food fads: What’s hot, cold and old - Oysters, ramen, burnt vegetables and “reverse-seared” roasts will continue to be show-offs this year, expert observers predict. Gaining momentum will be hand-crafted ice cream in savory flavors (feta cheese, anyone?), mung beans in many forms, pizzas with sourdough crusts topped with smoked duck or fresh fruits, single-barrel spirits, flavored booze beyond vodka, beets, smoked foods, harissa and gochujang (chili pepper pastes) and crudo, the ancient dish of thinly sliced raw fish drizzled with olive oil, lemon juice and seasonings. What do you think of the returns of lard, escargot and the raw bar? Prepare yourself. Allen Pierleoni in the Sac Bee.

West Sacramento considering loan for new microbrewery - West Sacramento is poised to get its fourth microbrewery and tap room, in an operation by one of the founders of Knee Deep Brewing in Auburn...Revision Brewing would use the loan in two ways. One would be to buy equipment used for brewing, while the other would serve as proof of concept to attract other investors. The agenda item for the loan notes Revision’s partners have also applied for a $400,000 Small Business Administration loan. They estimated total start-up costs at $1.3 million, with the balance coming from the owners. Ben van der Meer in Sac Biz Journal.

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Dining News: Sneak Peek at the Not Yet Open Meet & Eat


Over the last four days, I've been getting tips that Meet & Eat on Freeport Blvd. had opened. Their new sign prominently announced their location, and cars filled the parking lot.

I stopped by during my lunch hour today to discover that they're not quite open yet, but I was able to get a quick preview. (Apparently, their sign was supposed to stay covered until they were ready to open, but Mother Nature had different plans and the recent storms forced their hand.)


The space was still a work in progress with workers busily assembling furniture and working on the finishing touches. However, they had turned what was a decaying and empty space into a handsomely-decorated neighborhood spot. It felt like a modern version of a soda fountain.


The staff present weren't ready to commit to an opening date, though barring any hiccups, my guess is that they'll be open well before Thanksgiving. They were also still finalizing the menu and weren't quite ready to share.

I live in Land Park and I'm excited to have a new neighborhood spot with ample parking to frequent. Meet & Eat is owned by the same family who run the very solid Cafe Dantorels. I look forward to giving this new restaurant a try.

When it opens, Meet & Eat will be located at 3445 Freeport Blvd.

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Café Dantorels - Having lived in Land Park for well over 7 years now, I’m a little embarrassed that it’s taken me this long to try Café Dantorels in neighboring Curtis Park. This café has been on my “to try” list for years and I finally had just the right opportunity to walk over on a recent Saturday for lunch. Liz Conant in Sac Foodies.

Twelve Rounds Brewing Company - The kitchen is also a work in progress. Murphy partnered with the owners of The Red Rabbit to run the food program, which will focus on small plates, mostly charcuterie. That won’t happen until sometime next year. In the meantime, customers can order food from nearby Evan’s Kitchen and Hot City Pizza, and food trucks make regular appearances as well. Marybeth Bizjak in Sac Mag.

Willpower killer: Fallin' Off d'Wagon, Hook & Ladder Manufacturing Co. - Every week, it seems, I vow to cut back on cocktails and yet every night there I am again, ready to drink the day's stresses away. Hook & Ladder has the perfect remedy for this dilemma, the aptly named Fallin' Off d'Wagon ($9). It's a simple concoction—just bourbon and an apple-ginger shrub—with a full flavor profile. Rachel Leibrock in Sac News & Review.

Can new owners break curse that has killed three similar restaurants in their space? - Sacramento Pizza Co. is filling a restaurant space where at least three other pizza shops have failed. One of its owners knows what you're thinking. "You can call us kind of crazy," said Anay Patel, co-owner and general manager of Sacramento Pizza Co. at 2700 E. Bidwell St. in Folsom. After months of preparation, the business begins its soft opening on Sunday. Sonya Sorich in Sac Biz Journal.

Beer Run: Pangaea’s beer dinner speaks of Sacramento’s surging scene - I just experienced one of the best beer events I have ever attended in Sacramento. I’m referring to the $120 per person beer-pairing dinner at Pangaea Bier Cafe in collaboration with Russian River Brewing of Santa Rosa. Here was a cozy neighborhood pub in Curtis Park partnering with a craft brewery widely considered one of the best in the world. It was a fundraiser for breast cancer awareness, featuring Russian River’s acclaimed Framboise For A Cure, a tart and fruity barrel-aged sour that is sold only in October. It has become an annual tradition and a great community endeavor in Santa Rosa, with all proceeds from this limited-release beer going to Sutter Breast Care Services of Santa Rosa. Blair Anthony Robertson in the Sac Bee.

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Dining News: And the Winners of the Sac Burger Battle Are...


Congratulations to Pangaea Bier Cafe for winning the Judge's Choice award at Thursday night's Sac Burger Battle.

Coming in second for the judge's award was LowBrau, followed by Iron Grill.

Dawson's Restaurant & Steakhouse won the Sac Burger Battle People's Choice Awards, with the Culinerdy Cruzer and Pangaea Bier Cafe receiving a honorable mention.

The annual event, by Rodney Blackwell (also known as @BurgerJunkies on Twitter) to benefit the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America, pits 15 or so local restaurants against each other to determine whose burger reigns supreme. (Read a profile of the King of Burgers in Sac News & Review.)

See the winners of the 2014, 2013 and 2012 Sac Burger Battles.

This was the second burger-related accolade won in the last week by Pangaea Bier Cafe. The Sac News & Review tasted 50 restaurant burgers and deemed these the best burgers:

  • The Pangaea Burger ($13) at Pangaea Bier Cafe
  • The Magpie Burger ($15) at Magpie Cafe
  • The Chef Burger ($13) at South

Read the entire story in Sac News & Review.

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Cielito Lindo emerges from fire with good food - Cielito Lindo’s food approaches that of Mayahuel, Zocalo and Centro Cocina Mexicana – other local Mexican restaurants with ambitious menus – in quality, though its decor renders it visual country cousin to those upscale city slickers. Yet Cielito Lindo’s entree prices, running about $14-$25, are on par with, or higher than, those other restaurants' prices. One might consider Alarcon cheeky for charging those prices. But for my money, Cielito Lindo is the most interesting of the four restaurants. Within its mix of sophisticated flavors, busy colors and harsh lighting, one can see talent, trial, error, perseverance and a manifestation of one immigrant’s dream. Carla Meyer in the Sac Bee.

Please Wait to Be Seated: Dozens of new restaurants will be opening their doors in Sacramento in the coming months. But are there enough patrons to fill all those seats? - However — and this is a large however — many people, including Brown, worry that Sacramento could be roaring into a restaurant glut that could put pressure on current restaurants and those arriving soon. There’s no exact number (many owners haven’t announced plans or pulled permits), but the estimate from restaurant and real estate insiders is that 40 new restaurants will open in the city’s core in the next two years. Rick Kushman in Comstocks Mag

Tiny Mraz Brewing seems bound for greatness - One name I would not be surprised to see pop up at GABF 2015 in two weeks in Denver is Mike Mraz of Mraz Brewing. He’s a skillful and creative brewer appreciated mostly by serious beer geeks, for now. Blair Anthony Robertson in the Sac Bee.

Another food gets its own celebration in Sacramento - Local restauranteurs are planning a multi-day "pizza extravaganza," according to event details posted on Facebook. The celebration, called Sliced, will be held Oct. 17 through Oct. 25. It's scheduled to include nightly specials, chef competitions, instructional sessions and a tour from Sac Brew Bike. So far, the list of participating restaurants includes Federalist Public House & Beer Garden, Hot Italian, Masullo, Chicago Fire, and Pizzeria Urbano. Others are expected to be announced later. Sonya Sorich in Sac Biz Journal.

Feast Q&A: Sacramento’s Vegan Chef Challenge in October - The fifth annual Vegan Chef Challenge is coming up, but if you’re not a vegan, that doesn’t mean you’re left out. Anyone interested in healthy restaurant options, creative cooking ideas and, with any luck, the discovery of a new favorite dish, will find this monthlong concept more than a curiosity. Bethany Davis, a teacher who has been a vegan for going on five years, created the challenge to get chefs thinking about food just a little differently. The dozen or so restaurants participating next month will be announced soon. A vegan dish, by the way, means no meat or other animal products, including cheese, butter and eggs. If you’re looking for more details about the health benefits of plant-based eating, check out the Forks Over Knives website. Blair Anthony Robertson in the Sac Bee.

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Dining News: Empress Tavern Sets Opening Date


Empress Tavern, Sacramento's most heavily anticipated restaurant, will open at the end of the month, the Sac Bee's Chris Macias reports on Twitter.

Empress is latest effort by Chefs Michael Thiemann and Matt Masera, the team behind the always packed vegetarian restaurant Mother on K Street. The restaurant, located in the basement of the Crest Theater, is expected to focus on rottisserie meats such as smoked prime rib, turducken and porchetta. The bar will be focused on gin, with several local beers on tap and a charity tap, where proceeds go to a local charity. Click here to see a longer menu preview in the Sac Bee.

While prices have yet to be revealed, Thiemann also says that the price point will be below that of the nearby Ella.

The Empress management and staff has long been hired and trained. On a recent visit to Mother, the Empress bar manager was keeping busy by running the cash register, waiting for Empress to open.

The team behind Mother has other concepts in the pipeline, including Maiden, an ice cream parlor, and Queen's Market, a fish shop.

When Empress Tavern opens, it will be located at 1013 K Street, and can be found online at

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First Impressions: Fish Face and Metro Kitchen on the R Street Corridor - The fresh-tasting ahi and smoky-flavored (and cooked) octopus arrived in generous portions in plastic cups. From the point where one first digs in, to about midway into the cup, there’s just enough sauce on the fish to enhance its flavors. But at cup’s bottom, where the fish had been sitting in sauce, things grew overly salty. (Since we visited a few weeks ago, Fish Face has switched to metal bowls for eat-in orders.) Carla Meyer and Allen Pierleoni in the Sac Bee.

Sacramento Burger Battle sells out quickly; event announces competitors - Six weeks before some of the area’s best chefs compete for bragging rights and burger supremacy at Cesar Chavez Park downtown, Sacramento Burger Battle has already sold out. In just its fourth year, the Burger Battle has gone from an unknown event organized by a self-proclaimed burger junkie to a must-attend gala for foodies. The 2015 rendition takes place Sept. 17, but just last week, the last of the 900 tickets were gobbled up. Blair Anthony Robertson in the Sac Bee.

Chef changes at Pangaea Bier Cafe - Chef Robb “Rossi” Venditti quietly left Pangaea Bier Cafe earlier this month to launch a new catering company with chef Aimal Formoli of Formoli’s Bistro, according to Pangaea’s new chef Brett Stockdale. Janelle Bitker in Sac News & Review.

Morgan’s on Main - Jeff and Kellie Morgan, the husband-and-wife team behind the Woodland-based hospitality company Yolo Eats, will open this new restaurant in downtown Woodland in the fall. According to Yolo Eats general manager Brett Gardenhire, Morgan’s on Main (which takes over the space previously occupied by a steakhouse called Hoof and Fowl) will invoke an “old-world industrial feel [and] a modern wood approach” with wrought iron and saddle leather accents, wooden table tops and suspended beams in the dining room. In Sactown Magazine.

Pop-Up Dinner at Block Butcher Bar - Monday Supper is back at Block Butcher Bar on Monday, August 3. Monday Suppers offer a pop-up dinner experience at Block’s intimate hideaway where Chef Allyson Harvie presents a 4-course meal paired with spirit-forward cocktails by Bar Manager, Karina Martinez. We spent the last 5 days with Chef Allyson and Karina as they prepared for Monday Supper, from farmers market trips to hanging tomatoes and testing cocktails. Susan Yee in City Scout Magazine.

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Dining News: Best Intersection for Food in Sac


Many try to determine who the best restaurant in Sac is, but with so many top tier restaurants, it'll be hard to come to a consensus.

If you're to believe recent national surveys, however, the best intersection for food is not in dispute. It's the corner of Franklin Blvd. and 3rd Ave. in Oak Park where Pangaea Bier Cafe and Gunther's Ice Cream are located.

An analysis by Business Insider did an analysis with FourSquare to find the best place for ice cream in every state, "taking into account Foursquare users' likes, saves, shares, tip sentiment, and more."

According to their ranking, the best ice cream in the Golden State is found at Sacramento's own Gunther's Ice Cream Shop. Per Business Insider:

CALIFORNIA: Gunther's Quality Ice Cream features a new specialty flavor every month, from eggnog in December to Bailey's Irish Cream in March. The Sacramento shop is also known for its sorbet-like fruit freezes, a combination of icy fruit flavors in a huge cup.

Read the entire story in Business Insider.

But having the best ice cream in the state doesn't mean it's the best intersection for food in Sacramento. Across the street is Pangaea Bier Cafe, which The Daily Meal deemed the 96th Best Burger in America. Per The Daily Meal:

If you like a good beer with your mammoth of a bacon cheeseburger, than Pangaea Bier Cafe is the place for you. With a long list of rotating craft ales — both local and international — you’ll have your pick for creating a great burger and beer combo. Whether you’re into saisons, IPAs, or pilsners, the Pangaea Burger is sure to make a great mate. For this beloved sandwich, an all-Angus beef patty is grilled to your preferred temperature and topped with bacon, Cheddar, lettuce, onions, tomato, and house-made pickles and sauce. The brioche bun is perfectly domed, crispy fries come on the side, and the whole plate is quite a sight to behold.

Read the entire story in The Daily Meal.

Pangaea Bier Cafe and Gunther's Ice Cream can be found at Franklin Blvd. and 3rd Ave.

* Photo via Pangaea's Facebook Page.

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Last call for Downtown Plaza restaurants - Shoppers and movie goers to Downtown Plaza have a lot fewer choices if they get hungry or thirsty during their summer excursions to the Sacramento mall. As construction of the Kings’ new arena kicks into high gear, all food and drink providers in the mall’s west end are in the process of shuttering except the Starbucks. Debbie Arrington in the Sac Bee.

Try it: Café Bernardo's Pancakes - Who doesn’t love pancakes? Warm, fluffy flapjacks can be smothered with butter, drizzled with maple syrup, or both—there’s no wrong way to eat a pancake. Café Bernardo keeps it simple and delicious with their fresh buttermilk pancakes. Barbara Harvey in Sac Mag.

Beer Run: Bike Dog gets bigger - “What I can tell you,” he said, via email, “is that we secured the (building) next to us ... which doubles our footprint and will allow us to modestly expand the tasting room (and have access to two more bathrooms). But more importantly it will allow us the space to install a bigger cooler to support the two new tanks we have on order (50 percent total tank capacity growth). Blair Anthony Robertson in the Sac Bee. (Second item.)

Pho Viet: Pho real, pho real - Usually when a restaurant tries to tackle two different regions’ cuisines, that’s a sign that quality isn’t really a big focus. But Pho Viet, located on Auburn Boulevard in Citrus Heights, serves both delicious Chinese and Vietnamese food to families, couples, college students and a surprising number of people stopping in solo for a quick bowl of pho. Jonathan Mendick in Sac News & Review.

Sacratomato Week Celebrates All Things Tomato This July - Midtown’s Sutter District is spreading the tomoato-love this July with the return of Sacratomato Week, a week-long celebration of the the multi-colored, multi-flavored globes of fruit that epitomizes summer. Taking place July 20-25, the 2nd annual Sacratomato Week will give us city dwellers an eating frenzy of one of the Sacramento agriculture region’s signature commodities. Bethany Harris in Sac Press.

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Dining News: Paragary's Bar & Oven Delays Reopening Until April

20150112_230748863_iOSStatus of restaurant on Monday afternoon in January.

Paragary's Bar & Oven has delayed its reopening until April, reports the Sac Biz Journal's Mark Anderson.

Paragary's Bar and Oven, the namesake restaurant in restaurateur Randy Paragary's local culinary empire, is just starting to be put together again as a new restaurant. A remodel of the old building at 28th and N streets in midtown Sacramento was supposed to go down to the studs...

Paragary, who has opened and remodeled restaurants for years, says it will be open in April for dinner service. A couple weeks later it will start serving lunch and Sunday brunch.

Read the entire story in the Sac Biz Journal.

It's not unusual for restaurant construction (or really any construction) to face delays. In mid-January, the Paragarys team told Cowtown Eats that the expected to reopen the restaurant in March. Before that, they had hoped to be open in January 2015. The original plan when they closed in February 2014 was to be closed 2 months.

Whenever Paragary's does finally reopen, I look forward to paying their remodeled digs a visit.

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Pangaea raises its game to stay among city’s best pubs - The addition of Venditti nearly a year ago, just as the competition was starting to gain on Pangaea, has made this charming neighborhood beer destination something exciting and special all over again. It’s still a tremendous place to enjoy craft beer, even if the acoustics can make meaningful conversation a challenge at times. But now it’s a real restaurant, with a menu that will appeal to all kinds of folks, from foodies to fussy eaters. Blair Anthony Robertson in the Sac Bee.

Dragas Brewing prepares to open in Rocklin - A new microbrewery in Rocklin wants to separate itself from the traditional bar scene -- so much, in fact, that it includes purse hooks for its female guests. "We wanted to make something that was women-friendly," said Dan Acuff, chief operations officer for Dragas Brewing Industries Inc. Sonya Sorich in Sac Biz Journal.

California Craft Beer Summit & Brewers Showcase - Sacramento will welcome craft beer enthusiasts and beer masters from across the state at the California Craft Beer Summit and Brewers Showcase on September 11 and 12, during Farm-to-Fork week. This first-of-a-kind event will provide a chance for brewery owners, beer lovers and home brewers to experience a hands-on education on the craft brewing process, from farm to glass. Leia Ostermann on Girls on the Grid.

10 Sacramento restaurants that keep their eyes on the fries - My fellow restaurant reviewer Blair Anthony Robertson and I see a whole lot of fries in our travels. We consulted to come up with a few we find most intriguing. We rated them on appearance, texture and flavor, with a possible 10 points in each category for a possible total of 30 points. Allen Pierleoni & Blair Anthony Robertson in the Sac Bee.

Krush Burger plans Rocklin restaurant - Krush Burger is expanding its reach with an upcoming Rocklin location, which will be the company's fourth restaurant in the Sacramento region. The new restaurant will cover 2,500 square feet in Rocklin's Blue Oaks Marketplace on Lonetree Boulevard, according to Krush Burger co-owner Davin Vculek . It's expected to open by late April. Sonya Sorich in Sac Biz Journal.

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Dining News: New Food Truck - Cowtown Urban Eatery


Owned by two brothers who are executive chefs at separate local restaurants, Cowtown Urban Eatery hit the streets for the first time this past weekend.

When I spotted the truck outside New Helvetia on Saturday evening, I'll admit I was intrugued mostly because we share a common name (but have no relation).

Luis Cruz was taking orders out front while his brother Victor was inside the truck, cooking.

In a short conversation after I ordered my food, Luis told me that while many things are still being worked out, the truck will feature global street foods. They hope to have a banh mi slider soon and bring in the cuisine of Mexico and Italy.

As I was talking to him, a bartender from New Helvetia came out to tell Luis, this was "one of the best fish tacos of all time."

They had a very simple menu on their first day, and I ordered a chipotle pork burger. Honestly, it was the best food truck burger I've ever had. I don't have a picture since I ordered it after dark, but the burger by the brothers Cruz featured a thin slice of apple and cilantro.


But since these two chefs had day jobs, I asked why they were branching out. "We're not doing this for money," said Luis. "We're not doing this to get rich...We want to have fun, making good food."

Eventually, they want to have two or three trucks with a test kitchen. They'd also like to branch out to make Web videos on how to make food and how the inside of a restaurant kitchen really works.

Because the novelty of food trucks has worn off, I don't seek out food trucks too often anymore. But given how astounded I was by their creative and excellent burger, I'll definitely check out what Cowtown Urban Eatery has in store the next time they're in my neck of the woods.

Cowtown Urban Eatery can be found on Facebook or on Twitter, @VacaEatery.

* Menu photo via New Helvetia Brewery's Facebook Page.

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First Impressions: Wahoo's Fish Taco in midtown - The Maui onion rings were mundane, the Wahoo’s Bowl of teriyaki-sautéed carnitas was filling, the Kale Kai salad with chicken breast was disappointing. As for the signature fish tacos, we preferred the spicy one with “green sauce” and “citrus slaw” (tangy with lime juice and cilantro) over the grilled version, which had little flavor despite the “green sauce.” Question No. 2: Just what’s in the “green sauce”? Allen Pierleoni in the Sac Bee.

Counter Culture: Field House is a find among sports bars - We also jumped on onion rings (crunchy and airy) and hot and crisp French fries; a two-handed quarter-pound all-beef hot dog hidden under red, pickled Fresno chilies and relish; and a tasty chicken sandwich topped with crisp pepperoni coins, provolone cheese, roasted red pepper, arugula and lemon thyme aioli on a way-too-thick ciabatta roll. The three Baconater Sliders (as in “Terminator?”) are half ground beef and half ground bacon, with “sliced bacon, cheese sauce, Russian mayo and pickles.” “That’s a winner!” said Patrick. How could they not be? “This is gourmet bar food,” he said a little later, packing leftovers in a foam box. I agreed. Allen Pierleoni in the Sac Bee.

Six great ways to partake in International Bacon Day - There’s no shortage of Sacramento-area eateries crafting creative ways to serve up every carnivore’s favorite treat, so in honor of International Bacon Day this Saturday, here are six of our favorite ways to pig out. Featuring Roxy Restaurant & Bar, Bacon Mania, Block Butcher Bar, Broderick Roadhouse, Hock Farm & Field House American Sports Pub. In Sactown Mag.

Lunch bites: Three restaurants to try this week - Looking for somewhere different to try for lunch or dinner this week? Featuring Pangaea, Blast 825, APizza. Andrea Thompson in Sac Biz Journal.

Casa Garden brings home lunch for a cause - If you like the idea of your lunch money helping both you and someone in need, then you have a number of options in the Sacramento area. In town, we have coffee shops and restaurants that benefit the homeless as well as victims of domestic violence or human trafficking. One lunch-spot-with-a-mission has been at it longer than most: Casa Garden Restaurant. Andrea Thompson in Sac Biz Journal.

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