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Home Grown

Home Grown

The Yisrael family’s urban farm has flourished in the middle of a food desert, planting the seeds for a whole new farm-to-fork movement

Culinary Art

Culinary Art

At the Haines brothers’ buzzworthy new Wildwood restaurant, the art on the walls shares equal billing with the art on the plate

Welcome to the Jungle

Welcome to the Jungle

Say aloha to The Jungle Bird, the new midtown tiki lounge where it’s always island time and the mai tais are ever flowing

Once Upon a Time in Mexico

Once Upon a Time in Mexico

Mushrooms. Walnuts. Pomegranate seeds. Mashed potatoes. Can this really be Mexican food? Welcome to Mesa Mercado, a new market-to-table restaurant in Carmichael that celebrates Mexico’s historic cuisine.

The Deer Hunter

The Deer Hunter

Wild foods expert Hank Shaw literally writes the book on cooking "antlered things"

From Italy with Love

From Italy with Love

Inspired by their trips to cities like Rome and Naples, the Selland family opens Obo’ Italian Table & Bar in East Sacramento. With house-made pasta dishes and scratch-made Neapolitan-style pizzas, it’s ciao time.

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Cesar Chavez Plaza’s new Mexican restaurant to open this spring

Cesar Chavez Plaza’s new Mexican restaurant to open this spring

La Cosecha, the highly anticipated eatery from restaurateur Ernesto Delgado, will open its doors in downtown's Cesar Chavez Plaza before the end of April. With a name that translates as “the harvest,” La Cosecha will be part open-air market, part fast-casual...

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Ruhstaller signs lease on new downtown taproom

Ruhstaller signs lease on new downtown taproom

When JE Paino, owner of the brewing company Ruhstaller, opened a rustic taproom in a basement on 7th and K streets six years ago, the future of the neighborhood was uncertain. “We moved downtown when it was perceived as dangerous and not very cool and everyone was leaving,” Paino...

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