Reputations have to come from somewhere and these dining establishments prove that what’s been said about them is true.
Not all restaurants will allow patrons to bring their own bottle of wine to the dinner table, at least not without a corkage fee. In Sacramento, however, there are a few places that encourage this behavior. Here are five of the best.
Valentine’s Day, just one more holiday to plan and one more extravagant meal to prepare… or is it? With these prix fixe meals, you don’t even have to read the menu. Just sit back and enjoy spending time together.
If looking for somewhere to enjoy a special New Year’s Day brunch to bring in 2014, check out one of these Sacramento restaurants. Be sure to make your reservations soon!
Life isn’t all about coffee. Well, usually it is but sometimes it’s also about food. Here are five coffee shops in Sacramento that serve great coffee and great food.
The two most loved words in the cocktail enthusiast’s vocabulary: happy and hour. See where these two words come together in Sacramento.
If you want to celebrate April’s National Poetry Month, check out these spots in the area.
Throw out the traditional idea of Champagne brunch fare and try a historic hotel where you can arrive on your boat, take a Champagne cruise down the Delta, or sample unique twists on traditional brunch favorites like French Toast and Eggs Benedict.
I bumped into Beth around K and 15th Street as she was headed to her Saturday night destination. Beth allowed me a few minutes to speak with her about Sacramento’s nightlife.
Do you need a hearty breakfast paired with a tasty cocktail after a long week?
Do you need a little R&R after a long day at the office? Ready to meet up with friends to catch up over a cocktail and some tasty treats?? Are you looking for some great […]