Celebrating Our New Digs!



Every new office needs a party (even if you only moved across the street), and last night we did just that with good food and great guests to celebrate the office move of FH Sacramento.


The party kicked off with an informative (and often hilarious) food and wine pairing from David Mirassou, sixth generation winemaker and FH client, and David Katz from the Culinary Institute of America, Greystone. The Davids never fail to both amuse and educate and last night they treated our tastebuds to a couple of Mirassou varietals paired with savory bites from Culinary Specialists here in Sacramento. If you’ve had the pleasure of dining at Mulvaney’s B&L, you may also know they do catering through Culinary Specialists, and similar to my many visits to Mulvaney’s, Culinary Specialists did not disappoint. From appetizing canapés to perfectly sweet tarts, all our guests left sublimely satiated.

Speaking of guests, thanks to all who were able to join us. From old friends including the good people at Java City, Mirassou Winery, California Tree Fruit Agreement, California Grown, 500 N Street and AT&T to new friends such as our fellow bloggers at Sacatomato, SacRag and VanillaGarlic (thanks for the posting today Garrett — photos are gorgeous!), it was a delicious time had by all!


Book Signing Tonight

Our favorite East Sac neighborhood hangout, The Shack, is hosting a book signing with Tom Myers from 6 – 8 p.m.  Myers’ photography book, “Sacramento Impressions,” will be availble to purchase for $10, and there will be a special wine tasting with appetizers for $5.00.

The Shack
5201 Folsom Blvd.

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  • Christine | Sep 21, 2007 at 2:10 pm

    Cheers to 300 Capitol Mall!