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A (Fresh) Fish Tale

A (Fresh) Fish Tale

An all-star restaurant team launches a sushi-focused Japanese bistro in El Dorado Hills that keeps things pure and simple.

New Mexican

New Mexican

The former chef of Mayahuel opens a “Mexican gastronomy” restaurant in East Sacramento, importing authentic flavors and infusing a fresh take on south-of-the-border cuisine.

Fine Diming

Fine Diming

The bigger-than-life former chef of The Kitchen launches Capital Dime in midtown, combining high-end quality with low-range prices. And he’s just getting warmed up.

The Bounty Hunter

The Bounty Hunter

James Beard Award-nominated blogger ex-traordinaire Hank Shaw is one of the country’s biggest champions of locally sourced food, from fowl to fish and mushrooms to edible weeds. Here’s why the Orangevale-based food writer decided to put down roots (and pick them!) right here.

Sutter’s Fork

Sutter’s Fork

A new downtown restaurant named after John Sutter’s Hock Farm pays tribute to both our region’s history and bounty.

They Say It’s My Birthday

They Say It’s My Birthday

A long-lost culinary favorite returns to the capital city. One former devotee can’t wait.

Fire & Nice

Fire & Nice

Paying homage to Sacramento’s original fire department, midtown’s new Hook & Ladder lives up to its namesake as one of the hottest spots in town.

A Winters Tale

A Winters Tale

As the son of one of the most controversial figures in American history, Craig McNamara grew up in the presence of presidents and others who helped shape our world. Now, from his organic walnut farm in Winters, he’s shaping the future of our state by trying to feed the millions of Californians who don’t have enough to eat, and by nurturing the next generation of farmers. Oh, and by helping his son grow hops for really cool Sacramento craft beer.

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Midtown Farmers Market gets into Second Saturday spirit

Midtown Farmers Market gets into Second Saturday spirit

Sacramento's long-standing arts and culture tradition known as Second Saturday has added a new culinary component befitting of America's Farm-to-Fork Capital. Starting April 12 through November, on the second Saturday of every month, the Midtown Farmers Market will add a new...

New 'cue: Fahrenheit 250 opens today on Folsom Blvd.

New 'cue: Fahrenheit 250 opens today on Folsom Blvd.

There’s a new eatery in town for barbecue lovers: Fahrenheit 250 opens tonight near Sacramento State, filling the space once occupied by Bisla’s Sports Bar. Fahrenheit 250 is the brainchild of co-owners and cousins Ray Lettini and Gino Sardo, who took over ownership of...