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Local designers envision open-air greenhouse dining in the age of COVID

Local designers envision open-air greenhouse dining in the age of COVID

As restaurants try to navigate the changing rules of safe dining, one Sacramento design firm proposes a glass-half-open idea.

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Get pantry cooking with local artisanal shelf stockers

Get pantry cooking with local artisanal shelf stockers

The last few months of quarantine cooking have proven that a well-appointed pantry leads to better meals at home. And with Sacramento County closing bars and restricting in-door dining at restaurants in light of the recent coronavirus spike, rummaging through our cupboards for...

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A new playground for dogs and their pet humans to open in Sacramento

A new playground for dogs and their pet humans to open in Sacramento

You know the scene: A fenced-in, sunbaked dirt lot doubling as a dog park, with nary a hydrant nor a tree nor a patch of grass upon which rambunctious canines might take aim. Nevertheless, there are many of them running amok, so good-natured and grateful to be off leash among their fellow Fidos...

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Downtown's Solomon's Delicatessen gets a global menu makeover, but keeps its heart in the Jewish deli

Downtown's Solomon's Delicatessen gets a global menu makeover, but keeps its heart in the Jewish deli

On Saturday, June 20, Solomon’s Delicatessen—named after Tower Records founder Russ Solomon and located in the K Street space once occupied by the iconic company’s sixth-ever store—is celebrating its grand reopening. But take heed, fans of Jewish deli food: the hand-rolled...

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Some Good News—Sactown Magazine Edition

Some Good News—Sactown Magazine Edition

As Stephen King once wrote, “There is no bad time for good news,” and with that, we’re happy to report that Sactown received some very good news recently. A few weeks back, we were thrilled to win Best City Magazine at the 68th annual Maggie Awards, as well as Best Cover for...

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Hotly anticipated Majka Pizzeria & Bakery gets set to open in midtown

Hotly anticipated Majka Pizzeria & Bakery gets set to open in midtown

June 25 Update: Majka Pizzeria & Bakery will soft-open this Saturday, June 27. The 50 vegetarian pizzas a day available for purchase, are currently sold out. The restaurant will reopen Wednesday for normal hours of operation: Wednesdays through Fridays from 3-9 p.m., and Saturdays and...

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Local designers envision open-air greenhouse dining in the age of COVID

Local designers envision open-air greenhouse dining in the age of COVID

As restaurants try to navigate the changing rules of safe dining, one Sacramento design firm proposes a glass-half-open idea.

As restaurants try to navigate the changing rules of safe dining, one Sacramento design firm proposes a glass-half-open idea.

Pods Save America

Pods Save America

In Amsterdam, a waterfront restaurant transformed prefab greenhouses into cozy private dining rooms to help stem the spread of COVID-19. We’d like to eat our peas in a pod too.

Send in the Cones

Send in the Cones

Months into a global pandemic, cities around the world are racing to reimagine their streets so that more of us can walk, bike, exercise and commute more safely. Unfortunately, when it comes to this critical public health issue, Sacramento finds itself backpedaling once again.

Home Plates

Home Plates

Inspired by her mom’s Vietnamese feasts, a local restaurateur brings a taste of home to midtown with the launch of Saigon Alley Kitchen & Bar.

Live Work Create

In 2015, a visionary young developer heeded the call to create an urban sanctuary for local artists to live, work and create all under one roof. Five years later, the Warehouse Artist Lofts is a kaleidoscope of creatives—from fashion designers to fire dancers—with one common truth among them: Home is where the art is.

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