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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.

Opposites Attract

Opposites Attract

The buzzy new Beast & Bounty draws diners on both ends of the food spectrum with a smoking-hot menu that is as veggie friendly as it is meat forward.

A Man for All Seasons

A Man for All Seasons

At his new midtown restaurant, chef Chris Barnum puts the "local" in Localis with his inventive farm-fresh fare.

Brew and 'Cue

Brew and 'Cue

Ten years after conceiving the idea, two longtime beer buddies open Urban Roots Brewing & Smokehouse, where they hope to bring neighbors and strangers together, one glass of saison and tray of brisket at a time.

Bavarian Rhapsody

Bavarian Rhapsody

Building on the success of their popular Oak Park taqueria La Venadita, Tom and David Schnetz open Oakhaus nearby, serving up German comfort food with a side of nostalgia. Get set to tuck into a Teutonic Thanksgiving (yes, in the middle of summer) with all the fixins.

Michelin Man

Michelin Man

Brad Cecchi, who grew up in Carmichael and went on to earn a Michelin star as executive chef at Calistoga’s Solbar, has returned to his hometown to helm the kitchen at the new East Sacramento restaurant Canon. The Land Park-based 34-year-old dishes about mixing global flavors with local ingredients, his take on the ubiquitous avocado toast, and how everything is coming up rosé.

Amaro Amore

Amaro Amore

The team behind Shady Lady has crossed R Street to open Amaro, serving up classic Italian fare inside a playfully elegant dining room. Its name may mean “bitter,” but for foodies, the new restaurant hits the sweet spot.

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

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

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