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The Double Barrel Smokehouse to reopen and quintuple in size

The Double Barrel Smokehouse to reopen and quintuple in size

The Double Barrel Smokehouse is all 'cued up to take over the long-vacant Beermann’s Brewery building in downtown Lincoln on Jan. 9. The restaurant—which opened in 2014 around the corner from its new home and served its last slice of brisket at the original spot on Dec....

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What's Cooking

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Sactown’s Year in Food: A look back at 2018’s tastiest dining news around town

Sactown’s Year in Food: A look back at 2018’s tastiest dining news around town

As the new year draws near, we'd like to reflect on all that 2018 has brought us—and when it came to edible news, our plates were very full. From the city's first-ever French fry festival to the long-anticipated opening of the hipster-hop doughnuterie Milk Money,...

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What's Cooking

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Taste: Kodaiko hosts a ramen pop-up and other regional dining news for December

Taste: Kodaiko hosts a ramen pop-up and other regional dining news for December

As they say, good things come to those who wait: Kodaiko, Billy Ngo's hotly anticipated underground ramen spot on the 700 block of K Street, was originally scheduled to open in December, but due to construction delays, is now aiming to open in February. But if patience is not one of...

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What's Cooking

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Owners of Binchoyaki plan new bento box spot

Owners of Binchoyaki plan new bento box spot

The owners of the buzzworthy Binchoyaki Izakaya Dining are thinking inside the box for their upcoming grab-and-go spot, Kizuna Bento. Husband-wife team Craig Takehara and Tokiko Sawada currently offer bento boxes at Binchoyaki, their wildly popular Japanese small-plates restaurant in...

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What's Cooking

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Meet Winston, Camden Spit & Larder's scooter-riding, martini-wielding boar mascot

Meet Winston, Camden Spit & Larder's scooter-riding, martini-wielding boar mascot

Other pigs may not fly, but this one sure looks like he can. Camden Spit & Larder, the new restaurant from chef Oliver Ridgeway, officially kicks off its happy hour today at 4 p.m. with the debut of Winston, an anthropomorphic boar on display in one of the eatery's windows facing Capitol...

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The City

Get crafty with gift giving this year at 8 local maker fairs

Get crafty with gift giving this year at 8 local maker fairs

With the maker movement in full swing in the River City, you can find something for everyone on your holiday shopping list that's been handcrafted with care—from book-themed timepieces to bespoke baby blankets. Here are eight markets in the region where you can find that special gift,...

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Flights of Fancy

Flights of Fancy

Food flights! From a trio of house-made ice cream to a quartet of bacon strips and a quintet of frozen cocktails, we’ve got eight great medleys that are triple (or quadruple or quintuple) the fun. Sacramento, get ready for takeoff.

The Ice Blocks Cometh

The Ice Blocks Cometh

It is, by all appearances, an urban utopia. Come this spring, more than 500 people will work there, more than 200 will live there, and thousands more will dine and shop there. Its innovative tenant mix ranges from an insanely popular “doughnuterie” to a gourmet dog food shop and an Internet-based boutique where you don’t leave with the clothes you buy. And this bustling village within a city—elevated by art and cutting-edge architecture—all exists within a two-block span in the coolest district in town. Could the Ice Blocks be the new model for modern living in Sacramento?

Let's Get Vertical

Let's Get Vertical

How do you combine public art with a skyline-defining structure and create an international tourist destination for adventurers? One very careful step at a time.

An Instant Classic

An Instant Classic

Sacramento’s most prolific new husband-and-wife restaurateurs open a downtown boîte that takes you back to a time of mid-century manners, meals and mixology. Get ready to drink in the nostalgia at the Ten Ten Room.

A la Cart

A la Cart

Tiger—a new bi-level restaurant and bar on K Street—reinvents the dining wheel with dim-sum-style trolleys that roll out inventive craft cocktails and tasty New American bites.

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