Sixth SactoMoFo event set for April 27

03/10/2013 12:00 AM

03/08/2013 9:18 PM

Ah yes, it's starting to feel like spring, the sun's shining a bit more and daylight saving time has started. You know what that means time for a food truck festival!

SactoMoFo 6 is on board for April 27, and will be held once again at Sixth and W streets in downtown Sacramento – the site of the Sunday farmers market. More than two dozen trucks from Northern California are being booked, including such first-time SactoMoFo participants as Roli Roti. Many of the perennial favorites will also be whipping up their food truck fare, including Chando's Tacos, The Chairman and Krush Burger.

"This is our big festival to show off the Northern California mobile food movement," said Paul Somerhausen, a co-founder of SactoMoFo. "It's kind of an all-star line-up."

The event is free, and runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.. Parking is $3, or free with a non-perishable food donation. To see a full list of vendors and for more information, go to

– Chris Macias

Dine to help salmon

Determining the exact dates of the $1.4 billion salmon season is a complicated and, well, fluid exercise. Right now, the opening and closing dates are a work-in-progress, but it's fair to say that recreational and commercial salmon-fishing seasons will be from around mid-April to around the end of September, or maybe into October.

Helping the finny natural resource along is the Golden Gate Salmon Association, which will host its annual dinner (with appetizers and cocktails) and fundraiser at 5:30 p.m. April 26 at the Scottish Rite Center, 6151 H St., Sacramento; (916) 452-5881.

Tickets go fast and are on sale now at (855) 251-4472 and They're $80 per person, $140 per couple, $40 for ages 16 and younger. "Table Sponsor" packages for eight are $800 and include reserved VIP seating, raffle tickets and a drawing. Look for auctions hosted by auctioneers from the Discovery Channel's show "Auction Kings."

The GGSA's membership includes salmon fishermen and restaurants. So, what's for dinner? "You'd expect it to be salmon, but (the members) are around salmon all the time and they want to eat something else," said a spokesman. "There will be some salmon on the menu, but primarily it will be ribs and chicken."

– Allen Pierleoni


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