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Jul
14

Farm-to-Fork Fun This Weekend

By Jessica Gunn California State Fair Celebrate the California State Fair’s 164th anniversary with a ton of foodie fun. The fair has FREE (yes, you read that right…free) samples of honey from Sola Bee Farms, cheese tastings from Point Reyes Farmstead, cornbread and bbq sauce from Burgess Brothers and ice cream samples from Gunther’s Ice […]

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Aug
24

Sacramento Cocktail Week 2016

by Brandon Smith Bathrobe-clad bartenders, a hole-in-one, rum punch, Caribbean jerk chicken, a race against time and brandied cherries. What do all these things have in common? You probably experienced at least one of these things if you attended a Sacramento Cocktail Week event. As we previously mentioned, Sacramento Cocktail Week is a week-long celebration […]

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Dec
10

Wordless Wednesday: Magpie Café

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The Natural Pulled Pork Sandwich, a Winter Squash Panini and the Duck Confit Salad at Magpie, one of my favorite restaurants in Sacramento. Magpie Café 1409 R Street Sacramento, CA (916) 452-7594

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Jul
28

Magpie Café

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Last week I visited one of my favorite restaurants in Sacramento, Magpie Café, for a quick alfresco dinner on a warm summer evening – my favorite kind of dining! My dining companions and I knew immediately that we would be ordering one of the appetizer specials: the Crispy Pork Belly with Black Mission Figs sounded […]

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Apr
16

Wordless Wednesday: Brunch… It’s kind of my thing.

By: Tricia Juanitas Where: Magpie Café 1409 R Street, Suite 102 Sacramento, CA 95811 What: Magpie Breakfast Plate

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Oct
31

Sacramento is America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital

By: Jake Ferguson and Jon Schuller With the smell of rain in the air, the last farmers market of the season in Cesar Chavez Plaza was the perfect setting for a major announcement from Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson this morning. Known popularly as The River City or The City of Trees, Sacramento can now lay […]

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