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Nov
20

Sac Foodies weekend picks

By: Shreya Suresh Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services Turkey Drive Help thousands of families in need celebrate Thanksgiving by dropping off a fresh or frozen turkey at the Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services.  It’s TODAY and they are accepting turkeys until 7 p.m. More information is available here. Drive by and drop off […]

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Nov
13

SacFoodies Weekend Picks

By: Shreya Suresh  Deschutes Street Pub Sacramento Tomorrow (Saturday) between 2  p.m. and 10 p.m., head to Midtown Sacramento (18th & Capitol) for Deschutes Street Pub’s newest traveling event: Street Pub – Crafted for Community. You will see the 400+ foot bar set up creating a pub of epic proportions. Not only will there be […]

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Nov
06

SacFoodies Weekend Picks

By: Shreya Suresh Downtown Sacramento Holiday Ice Rink Winter in Sacramento will officially kick off with the opening of the Downtown Sacramento Holiday Ice Rink. Today is Free Admission Day, so make sure you’re there between 2 p.m. and 10 p.m. The ice rink will remain open to the public until January 18, 2016. 701 […]

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Nov
03

Café Dantorels

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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 […]

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Oct
15

SLICED: A Celebration of All Things Pizza

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A celebration of all things pizza, you say? I, for one, LOVE pizza, (refer to “favorite food” in my SacFoodies bio), so I knew that I immediately needed to get the details on this Sacramento pizza celebration. Over the next week or so, the SLICED Pizza Celebration will bring Sacramento pizza-lovers a wealth of opportunities […]

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Sep
17

Spoonful of Chutney—Bombay Bar and Grill

By: Shreya Suresh After what seemed like forever, this week there was finally rain in Sacramento! True to the stereotype of my people, I love the rains with all my heart and miss the Indian monsoon. There are a few must-have Indian snacks when it’s raining outside, and most of them are best paired with […]

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Aug
11

Leave Your Brick-and-Mortar Restaurant Rut with the Sunset Dinner Train

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Nothing against my favorite Sacramento eateries, but sometimes I need a bit of a show with my dinner and if that involves the outdoors then I’ve found the perfect dinner combo. Thankfully, the Sacramento RiverTrain must have had people like me in mind when planning their Sunset Dinner series, offering up three-course meals while traversing […]

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Jul
29

Café Plan B

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Café Plan B, a French restaurant in midtown which opened in 2014, had caught my eye many times and recently I had just the right occasion to check it out. A colleague and I decided to venture out of the office for a rare midtown lunch outing and we were not disappointed. Right off the […]

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Jun
23

Yeti Restaurant: Nepali and Indian; Well Worth the Drive—and the Bike Ride!

By Peter Bittner Sometimes we SacFoodies explore outside Sacramento’s city limits. It’s not that there’s any scarcity of diverse food options here, but there’s always something exciting about seeing what other cities have to offer. On a recent trip to Davis, I spent a long, hot day biking on the cozy college town’s lovely path. […]

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Jan
27

When Life Gives You Oranges

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With Sacramento winters comes Sacramento citrus. This time of year, it seems like almost every street in downtown and midtown is studded with orange trees bursting with fruit. I happen to be one of the lucky downtown residents with an orange tree in my backyard, and right now I have more fruit than I’d ever […]

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