FoodJets, the Sacramento-based food-delivery company, on Wednesday added West Sacramento to its service area.
The company said West Sacramento residents and people who work in the city now have the option to have food from a wide range of local restaurants delivered to them. That includes participating restaurants in downtown Sacramento.
“We can jet across the river and bring them right to your curb,” the company said in an email.
FoodJets orders can be placed via an app or the company’s website: foodjets.com.
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Started in early 2016, FoodJets’ delivery radius also includes downtown/midtown Sacramento, East Sacramento, Land Park, the Arden area, Natomas, Roseville, Rocklin and Granite Bay.
- Pete’s Restaurant & Brewhouse, 3003 Douglas Blvd., Roseville: The restaurant chain that has been serving the greater Sacramento area for 30 years opened its Granite Bay site June 3 in a space once occupied by Piatti Ristorante.
- RoCo Wine & Spirits, 2220 Lake Washington Blvd., West Sacramento: The taproom opened June 9, and more beer selections are being added daily. The ownership is planning grand-opening festivities for the June 30-July 2 weekend.
- Tilted Mash Brewing, 9175 Union Park Way, Elk Grove: The new taproom opened on June 15. Information on the new spot and extended hours can be found on its Facebook page.
- Hooters, 10750 Olson Drive, Rancho Cordova: The eatery closed at the end of May, leaving the restaurant at 3541 Truxel Road in North Natomas as the sole remaining Hooters franchise in the Sacramento area.
- Cheap Thrills, 1712 L St., Sacramento: The vintage apparel and costume shop’s midtown roots date back to the late 1960s, but it closed for good on June 17. Its costume-rental business will continue on, operating out of the Prevues store at 2417 K St. in midtown.
- Double Nickel Smokehouse, 3443 Laguna Blvd., Elk Grove: On its Facebook page, the restaurant announced that it was closing, effective Monday, noting that Saturday night entertainment would continue and that “a new restaurant concept will be moving forward in our place.” The restaurant was opened in September 2014 by former Chicago Bears linebacker and Elk Grove High School football star Lance Briggs and longtime friend/business partner Cameron Lee. The name was a shout-out to Briggs’ National Football League jersey number, 55.
Open & Shuttered, a rundown of recently opened and closed businesses in the Sacramento area, will appear periodically in The Bee’s Sunday Business section.