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Into the Brew-niverse: Sacramento Beer Week returns with an outpouring of events

04/05/19

Into the Brew-niverse: Sacramento Beer Week returns with an outpouring of events

Sacramento’s beer universe is constantly expanding, and with more than 300 events lined up over 10 days for the 10th annual Sacramento Beer Week—which will take place April 26-May 5—it is on track to keep the region swimming in craft suds for the foreseeable future. Read on for this year’s highlights that include everything from beer and doughnut pairings to beer slushie releases and tap takeovers. Food and beer makers will exchange Kraft for craft on April 26 with the kickoff event, Sac Mac and Brew Review, during which 15 regional breweries, including Urban Roots, Yolo Brewing, Tilted Mash and Bike Dog, will partner with area food purveyors—like Father Paddy’s Irish Pub out of Woodland and Daddy Dave’s Street BBQ based in Elk Grove—to...

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The Sacramento Food Film Festival pairs flicks with flavors

04/04/19

The Sacramento Food Film Festival pairs flicks with flavors

Every year, fans of food and flicks—and who isn’t?—flock to the Sacramento Food Film Festival, which returns this year April 10-16 for the eighth time with a lineup of three food-focused screenings paired with themed bites, largely prepared by area chefs. “You’re not just sitting down at another auction or another chicken dinner,” says Amber Stott, founding executive director of Sacramento’s Food Literacy Center, a food education nonprofit that is both host and beneficiary of the festival. “You’re getting some of the best chefs in Sacramento that are having fun outside their restaurants and working collaboratively together.” The food flick festival will kick off April 10 with Dinner & A Movie at Lucca Restaurant...

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Taste: Hooby's Brewing serves up creative Belgian waffles and craft beer, plus other dining news for March 27

03/27/19

Taste: Hooby's Brewing serves up creative Belgian waffles and craft beer, plus other dining news for March 27

Fancy a Belgian waffle with your craft beer? Hooby's Brewing has been serving up the breakfast mainstay—either with toppings or as decadent bread for sandwiches—and house beers at its downtown Winters taproom since it opened on Feb. 16.  At Hooby's, the food lineup highlights waffle-centric dishes like a pesto grilled cheese waffle with mozzarella, Parmesan and sun-dried tomatoes, and a pulled pork waffle sandwich, served with house-made Dr. Pepper barbecue sauce, vinegar slaw and spicy aioli, as well as bar bites like nachos, smoked deviled eggs and pretzel-coated bratwurst (served with a mustard-beer sauce made with Hooby's Pardehsa IPA). Meanwhile, Sunday brunch features hearty entrées like a...

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The Bank food hall opens for breakfast and lunch

03/25/19

The Bank food hall opens for breakfast and lunch

The Bank, the new downtown food hall that inhabits the 107-year-old D.O. Mills Bank building, has launched its breakfast and lunch service today. Beginning at 7 a.m. on weekdays (brunch starts at 10 a.m. on weekends), The Bank's cafe now offers up coffee drinks using beans from Chocolate Fish Coffee Roasters, as well as pastries and baked goods from Bella Bru and Boy’s Bakery, which specializes in Swedish fika buns. The cafe also serves cheese and charcuterie boards, sandwiches and salads from Zia’s Delicatessen, ice cream from Berkeley-based The Latest Scoop and dairy-free gelato from North Sacramento's Conscious Creamery.  Platypus Pizza Company and Sac Poke Bros. will get in on the action starting at 11 a.m.. (Station 8 Burgers will open at 4 p.m. daily...

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Federalist Public House team open The Neighborhood Pizzeria in East Sacramento

03/15/19

Federalist Public House team open The Neighborhood Pizzeria in East Sacramento

April 3, 2019 update: The Neighborhood Pizzeria opens today. Hours of operation are Mon.-Thurs. 4:30-10 p.m., Fri. and Sat. 11:30 a.m.-11 p.m., and Sun. 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m. ******** East Sacramentans are getting a new neighbor with The Neighborhood Pizzeria, a New York-style pizzeria from the owners of midtown's Federalist Public House, Marvin and Bridgette Maldonado, who hope to open on the corner of 54th and H streets in East Sacramento the week of March 24. The new spot from the Maldonados—who opened the shipping-container-bound midtown pizza-and-beer hall Federalist in 2014—will offer a minimalist menu of the rectangular, Sicilian-style pies that are served at pizza joints throughout New York City. “It's...

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