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We’ve put together five rides – all within a few hours’ drive from Sacramento – that offer something for everyone.
We’re in the early days of summer in Sacramento, but already we’re in the throes of beating the heat. Misters, pools, AC, a great big shade tree. They’re all good. But there’s nothing more fun, satisfying and, more than a...
We arrived for an early dinner on a recent Saturday, and already Auburn’s Tre Pazzi Trattoria was hopping.
Old Soul, the popular coffee roaster with cafes in midtown, Oak Park and the Sacramento International Airport, announced expansion plans Thursday that will see the company spend close to $500,000 renovating two properties and hiring 32 full-time...
There has been plenty happening on the local craft beer scene in recent weeks. This column missed a rotation while I was on vacation (and enjoying some great beer while relaxing), but now we’re back and scrambling to play catch-up.
If you’re the least bit into coffee, you already know that Sacramento has emerged as a well-respected coffee town. We have plenty of great coffee houses and roasters, and the scene is flourishing.
If you’ve checked the weather app on your phone or heard the local forecast in recent days, you knew this was coming: a major assault of heat is descending upon Sacramento. It’s supposed to get up to 108 degrees Fahrenheit today.
Peruvian cuisine turns an ordinary waffle house into something special in Sacramento’s restaurant scene.
Co-owners of Broderick Roadhouse in West Sacramento are taking over two midtown restaurants, Capital Dime and Trick Pony.
Since it began rather modestly in 1991 as a once-a-week, performance-style, hang-out-with-the-chef, three-courses-for-$35 restaurant, The Kitchen has grown into a beloved, unique, essential and very expensive destination at the upper end of the ...