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Eagerly awaited Cider House to open this month

Eagerly awaited Cider House to open this month

The wait will soon be over for gluten-free guzzlers and nibblers, as the highly anticipated Cider House, which was originally slated to launch last fall, readies to open this month. The 1,000-square-foot space will feature exposed rafters, outdoor seating and a live-edge community table...

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What's Cooking

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Taste: Bacon & Butter now flipping flapjacks in East Sacramento and other dining news for February

Taste: Bacon & Butter now flipping flapjacks in East Sacramento and other dining news for February

The wait is finally over for those chomping at the bit to take a bite of Bacon & Butter’s locally famous pancakes at the brunch mecca’s new East Sacramento location, which opened Feb. 5. Chef-owner Billy Zoellin kept the date under wraps for as long as possible, considering the...

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What's Cooking

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The region’s favorite pork party, Sacramento Bacon Fest, returns for its eighth year

The region’s favorite pork party, Sacramento Bacon Fest, returns for its eighth year

Get ready to swine and dine at Sacramento Bacon Fest, the annual paean to all things pork, which returns tomorrow and runs through this Sunday. First up: Tomorrow night's 8th Annual Bacon Fest Opening Party ($30) will kick off the festivities at first-time Bacon Fest...

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What's Cooking

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First Look: With The Snug, the de Vere White brothers bring an Irish pub with a craft cocktail twist to R Street

First Look: With The Snug, the de Vere White brothers bring an Irish pub with a craft cocktail twist to R Street

“All Irish pubs have one,” says Simon de Vere White, referring to the small, walled-off room inside a bar that Dubliners refer to as a "snug," which also happens to be the name of the new R Street bar he opened on Jan. 2 with his brother Henry. “They were...

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What's Cooking

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Milk House Shakes to open in Old Sacramento

Milk House Shakes to open in Old Sacramento

Kelly Boyles is ready to shake up the Old Sacramento Waterfront—literally—in a couple weeks when she opens Milk House Shakes, a themed milkshake shop and cafe focused on U.S. presidents, on Feb. 12. Why Feb. 12? It's Abraham Lincoln’s birthday, of...

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The Weekender

Free Museum Day returns with 25 local institutions to choose from

Free Museum Day returns with 25 local institutions to choose from

The 21st annual Free Museum Day takes place on Saturday Feb. 2, during which more than two dozen museums, historic sites and other venues will welcome visitors without charging admission. This year also launches the first-ever Museum Week, where several institutions will offer special...

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Toasty Toasts

Toasty Toasts

Got the winter blues? We’ve got the winter booze to chase them away. From a spiked Mexican hot chocolate to a warm apple pie elixir and a rum-based butterbeer, here are 10 soul-lifting cold-weather cocktails around the region that bring the heat and pack a punch. Get ready to zip up and sip up.

Sacramento Bike Czar

Sacramento Bike Czar

When Jennifer Donlon Wyant began her post as Sacramento’s first-ever active transportation program specialist in 2016, protected bike lanes and bike-share options were nonexistent. Now, protected cycling paths have started to emerge in the central city and bright red, electric Jump bikes are suddenly everywhere, with electric scooters on the horizon. The bicycle enthusiast talks with us about embarking on the city’s ambitious plan to reach zero traffic fatalities and her vision for a more walkable, bikeable Sacramento.

A Current Event

A Current Event

As concerns over climate change increase, cities around the world are preparing for rising water levels. One Dutch artist is helping people visualize the potential impact. Our flood-prone River City should dive right in.

The Big Picture

The Big Picture

In the world of performing arts centers, a funny thing happened on the way to profitability: Hollywood movies. Here’s how Sacramento can become a star of stage and screen.

Tailor Made

Tailor Made

California cool meets British haberdashery at chef Oliver Ridgeway’s new brasserie, Camden Spit & Larder.

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