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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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Aug
19

SacFoodie Survey: Cocktail Week

by The SacFoodies It’s no secret that the SacFoodies enjoy a good bevvy. From shaking up a Fresh Tomato-Mint Margarita to sipping a White Linen at The Shady Lady, we’re all in when it comes to boozy concoctions. In honor of Sacramento Cocktail Week, we decided to kick-off the first installment of our new series, […]

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Aug
15

Sacramento Cocktail Week is back!

by Brandon Smith The 9th annual Sacramento Cocktail Week is officially underway! If you’re unfamiliar with Sacramento’s established cocktail scene, this is the perfect opportunity to catch up on what you’ve been missing. The event series and celebration is all about uniting local bartenders, fine spirits, fresh products and artisan cocktails. We’ll be attending all […]

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Aug
09

SacFoodies Picks for the 2016 Summer Olympics

by Brandon Smith The 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio are officially underway! There’s nothing like the Olympics and with 10 Sacramento athletes competing, we’re more excited than ever to watch events like track and field, water polo, basketball, rugby, swimming and…actually…all this talk about sports is making me hungry. Let’s switch gears and take […]

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Jul
28

Farm to Office! This week’s farmers’ market finds

by Brandon Smith This week’s finds feature a bounty of local produce, (not so) mini burgers, a taco salad bowl and some almonds we can’t get enough of. Beautiful, fresh produce A couple of “Cowbells” from Krush Burger. These mini burgers are loaded with bacon, onion straws, BBQ sauce and smoked Gouda. Taco Salad Bowl […]

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Jul
21

Traditional fast food, sort of

by Matthew Mora Being a vegan, it’s sometimes difficult going out of town and finding a restaurant that has options that fit my diet. Luckily there are places popping up all over that are committed to this alternative way of eating. If you’re near Rohnert Park on the way to the beach and looking for […]

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Jul
18

Love Beer? Love Yoga?

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If you love beer and yoga, then you need to know about The Beer Yogis. Coming up on July 21st, experienced yoga teachers with a passion for good craft beer will lead a class at Yolo Brewing Company, a SacFoodies favorite. Marrying two passions, beer and yoga, The Beer Yogis have embarked on a nationwide, […]

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Jul
08

Coconut’s Fish Café: A Taste of Maui in Midtown

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Here at SacFoodies, one of our main goals is to keep you in the know about the latest and greatest things happening in the Sacramento food scene, and today I’m here to dish on Midtown’s newest restaurant, Coconut’s Fish Café. Some of you Maui lovers may be thinking “Coconut’s Fish Café? That sounds familiar.” Yep, […]

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May
05

Farm to Office: May 5th

by Brandon Smith It’s officially that time of year! The Downtown Farmers’ Market season is upon us. Thursday, May 5th kicked off the Capitol Mall farmers’ market and we were not going to let the dark skies and 40 percent chance of precipitation keep us from the food. Here’s a look at what the SacFoodies […]

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Feb
29

10 Things You Don’t Know About …

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Jenna Buhagiar 1.) I’m currently eating for two. My husband and I are expecting our second child (it’s a boy!) in April, 2016. Our almost-two-year-old daughter is still deciding what she thinks about that. 2.) I’m a state-wide California girl. I was born in San Diego, began elementary school in Boulder Creek (a small town […]

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