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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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May
08

Mother’s Day Dining

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There is so much to love about Mother’s Day: we celebrate the women that raised us, we get together with family, and we brunch! Okay, maybe not all of us brunch, but hopefully we all get to share a meal with the ones we love whether that means slaving over homemade hollandaise or picking the […]

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Apr
27

A SacFoodies Guide to Seattle

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Sip and nibble your way through Seattle with our guide to the city’s best. You may have to roll yourself back to your hotel room at the end of the day, but trust us, it’s worth it. First things first, head to Pike Place Market. Jump for joy when you finally see that big ‘ol […]

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Apr
03

Why You Need Bulletproof Coffee in Your Life

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Alright guys, I have to admit something: I’ve been drinking the Bulletproof® Coffee Kool-Aid, and the Kool-Aid tastes surprisingly good. Yes, many of my fellow Sac Foodies have given me that “you’re certified crazy” look when I tell them that I now take my coffee with butter and oil. Today, I’m here to spill the […]

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Mar
27

Brunch at the Porch

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The Porch has been my favorite restaurant in Sacramento for the past couple of years, but somehow I had never made it in for brunch. I now know how much I was missing out. Last weekend some friends and I stopped by for some midmorning munch and drinks at The Porch, and the end result […]

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Mar
26

Sacramento Food Film Festival Launch

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Last Thursday I had the delicious opportunity to attend the launch of the Sacramento Food Film Festival at Goldfield Trading Post, presented by the Food Literacy Center. It was a fun evening of unique bites provided by Jay Veregge of Ten 22, Aimal Formoli of Formoli’s Bistro, Michael Thiemann of Mother, Brian Mizner of Hook […]

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