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Taste: The region's latest food, drink & restaurant news for Oct. 20

Taste: The region's latest food, drink & restaurant news for Oct. 20

This week's food news from around the region: Surf's up at Nevada City's new Hawaiian restaurant, while Auburn gets set to welcome a hip watering hole with 28 rotating taps. Plus, a Mexican restaurant and healthy cafe both open in Davis and two new breweries launch in the region,...

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What's Cooking

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LowBrau fires up the grills for the inaugural Sausage Fest

LowBrau fires up the grills for the inaugural Sausage Fest

The celebratory spirit of Oktoberfest will hit midtown as LowBrau marks its fifth anniversary with its inaugural Sausage Fest on Oct. 21 in front of the MARRS building. The block, which will be closed to traffic, will host beer gardens serving cocktails and Ballast Point brews, a hot dog...

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A downtown bus shelter transforms into "The World's Smallest Concert Hall"

A downtown bus shelter transforms into "The World's Smallest Concert Hall"

A new music venue opened this morning in downtown Sacramento—in a bus shelter. The partially enclosed bus stop at 14th and L streets—steps from the Sacramento Community Center Theater—has been converted into "The World's Smallest Concert Hall," and...

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Specialty Coffee Week returns for its fourth year with a bevy of buzzy events

Specialty Coffee Week returns for its fourth year with a bevy of buzzy events

Get your buzz on from Oct. 15-21 as the fourth annual Specialty Coffee Week hits the capital city for seven caffeinated days of events, including brewing classes and a boozy coffee drink competition. Organizer Edie Baker, who co-owns Chocolate Fish Coffee, says that this year’s event...

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First Bites: Drink in the nostalgia and mid-century cocktails at the Ten Ten Room

First Bites: Drink in the nostalgia and mid-century cocktails at the Ten Ten Room

With its practically hidden location and under-the-radar opening, it would have been easy to miss the Sept. 7 launch of the downtown bar and restaurant Ten Ten Room. The new offering from Tyler and Melissa Williams—the husband-and-wife team behind Tank House and The Jungle Bird—is...

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Estelle bakery and patisserie plans to open new Arden Way location in November

Estelle bakery and patisserie plans to open new Arden Way location in November

Esther Son, who closed Estelle's Patisserie on K Street in downtown Sacramento last year to relocate to nearby DOCO, is aiming to open another new location of the popular French bakery on Arden Way on Nov. 10. Now named Estelle, the long-awaited Arden shop will feature a similar menu to...

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Center of Attention

Center of Attention

After the Sacramento Kings traded their franchise player in February, all eyes turned to Willie Cauley-Stein, the new starting center and a critical component of the team’s plan to build a dynasty from the ground up. But with only two years of NBA experience under his belt, does this agile 7-footer have the right stuff to lead the Kings to the next level? If you ask him, it’s definitely within his prodigious reach.

Behind the scenes: The making of Sactown's Apple Hill cover

Behind the scenes: The making of Sactown's Apple Hill cover

Watch as local illustrator Emilee Rudd works her magic on Sactown's Apple Hill cover for the Oct/Nov 2017 issue.

Street Art

Street Art

Across the globe, cities are turning crosswalks into painted placemakers. Sacramento, it’s time to walk this way.

Taking It to the Streets

Taking It to the Streets

Many of today’s most celebrated civic improvement efforts were started by people who were once called troublemakers. Now, we call many of those same people placemakers. It’s time to stir up some more trouble, right here in River City.

Eat Drink Play Love

Eat Drink Play Love

If you think you know Napa and Sonoma, think again. We’ve got the skinny on the region’s newest hot spots (and updates on a few old favorites), just in time to celebrate the harvest season. Discover the movie mogul’s swimming pool where you can make a splash, the glampground where you can sleep in a yurt, the fried chicken shack where you can sample a Michelin-starred chef’s finger-lickin’ fare and, of course, the coolest watering holes, from a bike-themed tasting room to an organic cider house that rules. Scroll down, and get ready to wine and unwind.

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