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Oct
07

SacFoodies Weekend Picks

by Brandon Smith “Fall into Friday” – First Friday Oak Park All the wonderful colors  of fall will soon be covering the streets of Oak Park and what better place to take it all in than the Oak Park Broadway Corridor on First Friday. First Friday is an exciting community-oriented event that celebrates all that […]

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May
20

SactoMoFo 9 Food Truck Festival is Tomorrow!

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One of my first memories of moving to Sacramento two years ago was attending a food truck festival under a bridge—also known as SactoMoFo 7, under Highway 80 at 6th street. It was an awesome day of nonstop music, beer and eats. And for your entertainment, below is proof of my hipster Instagram attempt from […]

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May
02

Wine & Brew at the Zoo – And a Ticket Giveaway!

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If the idea of an adults-only evening where you can sip a glass of wine while checking out the giraffes at the Sacramento Zoo sounds like your kind of night out, then you’re in luck! The Zoo’s annual event is back, (they took a year off in 2015), and the new-and-improved version of the event […]

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Feb
25

Sacramento Beer Week: Track 7 Beer Pairing Dinner at Grange

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The SacFoodies are paying close attention to all things Sacramento Beer Week and will be sharing news here on the blog about the events that catch our eye. First up? Coming up on Thursday, March 3rd, Grange Restaurant & Bar at The Citizen Hotel is hosting a beer-pairing dinner with Track 7 Brewing Co. Executive Chef Oliver Ridgeway will […]

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Aug
18

7th Annual Midtown Cocktail Week

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  It’s time to raise your glasses, Sacramento – to the 7th Annual Midtown Cocktail Week! Starting tomorrow, Midtown Cocktail Week will offer a week-long party including main events, pop-ups and education courses throughout the area. Stop by Centro on Wednesday night for a tequila-infused snow cone; brace yourself on Thursday for an evening of […]

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Apr
21

Review: Sac Beer & Chili Festival

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This past Saturday, I got to check out the Sacramento Beer & Chili Festival in Fremont Park. You can read more about this event on SacFoodies here. After a whirlwind hour or two of beer and chili tasting, my favorites from the day were: Chili – Industry category: the spicy hot chili from Blackbird Chili – […]

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Aug
08

4th Annual Sacramento Banana Festival

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This weekend marks the 4th Annual Sacramento Banana Festival to celebrate the many ways that cultures across the globe, and right in Sacramento, incorporate this delicious fruit into their food, culture and art. Each year, the two-day event has continued to grow and include new and fun banana attractions for attendees.   The event kicks […]

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Oct
21

Cooking Up Some Halloween Spookiness at Whole Foods

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I don’t know about you, but when I think of eating and Halloween, it usually means inhaling copious amounts of treats and ending the night in a sugar-induced coma. Those sweets may come small and individually wrapped, but after I start indulging, there’s nothing “fun size” about it. Thankfully, Halloween doesn’t have to be about […]

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Oct
29

What’s Happening in Sacramento this Halloween Weekend

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Looking for a festive way to celebrate Halloween? Read on to learn about a few of the exciting events happening around town this weekend. Ghost Tours in Old Sacramento: Whether you’ve never been to Old Sac or are a frequent visitor, here is a great excuse to go.  From today through Saturday, experience a ghost […]

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Sep
21

A new giveaway: Mercy’s Annual “Care Begins with Me”

In our caffeine-fueled, technology-driven, over- scheduled lives, it’s not too often that we women take time out for ourselves. I see so many of my friends running themselves ragged: Up at 5 AM, out the door by 7, drop the kids at school, head to work, play taxi driver to soccer/football/cross-country, only to race home […]

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