Largely forgotten in the feeding frenzy are Sacramento’s surviving family-run vintage restaurants. They were destinations that dominated the dining-drinking scene and they defined our restaurant culture.
Track 7 Brewing Co. co-founders Geoff and Rebecca Scott have filed a lawsuit against Track 7’s ownership alleging co-founder Ryan Graham sexually harassed and belittled employees before firing the Scotts.
Abyssinia chef/owner Elfinesh Beri served inqulal tibs (Ethiopian scrambled eggs) with Roma tomatoes, onions and jalapenos. The dish comes on injera, a soft, spongey Ethiopian bread used in lieu of utensils.
La Cosecha general manager Victor Guzman talks on Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019 about how he offered to serve a group of conservative customers Wednesday who started recording a live video on social media before he asked police for assistance.
Fast-casual Indian restaurant Curry Up Now will open its first Sacramento location in midtown’s Ice Blocks development, the Bay Area chain announced Wednesday. It will replace The Halal Guys at 1610 R St.