Rae Vander-Werf kisses David Hildebrand on the cheek as they wait for the light to change at 16th Street and Broadway in Sacramento across from the Tower Theater. Built in the 1930s and still a beacon, Tower Cafe and an eclectic row of international restaurants draw crowds from nearby Southside Park, midtown, Land Park and Curtis Park, and beyond.
Rae Vander-Werf kisses David Hildebrand on the cheek as they wait for the light to change at 16th Street and Broadway in Sacramento across from the Tower Theater. Built in the 1930s and still a beacon, Tower Cafe and an eclectic row of international restaurants draw crowds from nearby Southside Park, midtown, Land Park and Curtis Park, and beyond. José Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
Rae Vander-Werf kisses David Hildebrand on the cheek as they wait for the light to change at 16th Street and Broadway in Sacramento across from the Tower Theater. Built in the 1930s and still a beacon, Tower Cafe and an eclectic row of international restaurants draw crowds from nearby Southside Park, midtown, Land Park and Curtis Park, and beyond. José Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com

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