Business & Real Estate

Even dogs have menu choices at this new Folsom spot

The upscale Palladio at Broadstone shopping complex in Folsom has added yet another eye-catching eatery with last week’s opening of the Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar.

The 8,000-square-foot Folsom site of the Huntington Beach-based chain had its official opening Wednesday at 300 Palladio Parkway.

The extensive menu includes everything from burgers to pizza to salads to ornate-looking desserts, plus a selection of appetizers with international roots.

Naturally, dogs are welcome to dine with their masters in the patio area. There are rules for keeping dogs under control, and humans can reward their animals with selections from the restaurant’s canine menu: grilled chicken breast, grilled hamburger, brown rice and, naturally, a complimentary bowl of water.

This is the chain’s first Sacramento-area Lazy Dog location. It’s open from 11 a.m. to midnight on weekdays and from 9 a.m. to midnight Saturday and Sunday.


  • Saigon Street Eat, 1827 Broadway, Sacramento: The colorful restaurant kicked off September with a splashy opening and a diverse menu of Vietnamese specialties.
  • Mimosa House Folsom, 25075 Blue Ravine Road, Folsom: Bubbly drinks and more were part of a soft opening on Sept. 5.
  • AtWork Group, 1090 Sunrise Ave., Suite 190, Roseville: The Knoxville, Tenn.-based franchisor of national staffing services announced the opening of its new Roseville office on Sept. 6. For more details, call 916-791-3000.
  • Ettore’s Bakery & Cafe, 390 North Sunrise Ave., Roseville: Featuring a sweeping display of desserts and other baked items, the eatery opened on Sept. 6.
  • Nekter Juice Bar, 1050 20th St., Sacramento: The provider of special juices, smoothies and more posted official notice of its opening on Sept. 9.
  • Hillenbrand Farmhaus Brewery, 5100 Virginiatown Road, Newcastle: On Tuesday, the business tucked into a wooded setting in the Sierra Nevada foothills touted hours of 1 to 8 p.m. on Saturday and 1 to 6 p.m. on Sunday. A grand-opening party is set for Oct. 7, according to a Facebook post.
  • Rita’s Italian Ice, 2654 Marconi Ave., Sacramento: Franchisees Chris and Laura Chang hosted formal grand-opening festivities on Friday. The Pennsylvania-based chain bills itself as the world’s largest Italian ice concept with more than 600 stores in 30 states and five countries.
  • Z Pie, 3182 Center St., Placerville: The purveyor of gourmet pot pies closed doors for good on Sept. 10.
  • Spencer’s Frameworks, 5101 Freeport Blvd., Sacramento: The ownership announced that the shop will soon close its doors, ending more than 30 years of custom framing and accessories sales. A close-out sale is ongoing, with mats, frames, artwork and more available from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Sales are cash only. An auction is being considered for the end of the month.

Open & Shuttered, a rundown of recently opened and closed businesses in the Sacramento area, will appear periodically in The Bee's Sunday Business section.

Mark Glover: 916-321-1184, @markhglover