Track 7 has a solid future in North Natomas. It had 1,500 people show up on the first day, and the crowds have been steady ever since. The atmosphere is typical Natomas – the customers are racially diverse and there are lots of families. It feels a lot like one of the craft breweries that’s popped up near the central city in recent years.
Track 7 has a solid future in North Natomas. It had 1,500 people show up on the first day, and the crowds have been steady ever since. The atmosphere is typical Natomas – the customers are racially diverse and there are lots of families. It feels a lot like one of the craft breweries that’s popped up near the central city in recent years. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
Track 7 has a solid future in North Natomas. It had 1,500 people show up on the first day, and the crowds have been steady ever since. The atmosphere is typical Natomas – the customers are racially diverse and there are lots of families. It feels a lot like one of the craft breweries that’s popped up near the central city in recent years. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
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North Natomas is picking up steam

March 08, 2015 04:26 PM

UPDATED March 10, 2015 11:39 AM

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