A determined Tanya Hill-Shareef, right, opened her Off the Hook restaurant last May in Old North Sacramento, despite protests from her remodeling team. “They made me cry,” Hill-Shareef said, “but I told them, ‘You guys don’t see it, but I see it. We’re going to open up in the ’hood, in our community. We’re going to do something a little different.’”
A determined Tanya Hill-Shareef, right, opened her Off the Hook restaurant last May in Old North Sacramento, despite protests from her remodeling team. “They made me cry,” Hill-Shareef said, “but I told them, ‘You guys don’t see it, but I see it. We’re going to open up in the ’hood, in our community. We’re going to do something a little different.’” Michael A. Jones Sacramento Bee file
A determined Tanya Hill-Shareef, right, opened her Off the Hook restaurant last May in Old North Sacramento, despite protests from her remodeling team. “They made me cry,” Hill-Shareef said, “but I told them, ‘You guys don’t see it, but I see it. We’re going to open up in the ’hood, in our community. We’re going to do something a little different.’” Michael A. Jones Sacramento Bee file