Food & Drink
Americans love having the right to assemble with friends to enjoy good food, without sacrificing a lot of time to prepare it. John Bays, chef and co-owner of The Red Rabbit, knows how to do just that.
The grilled cheese sandwich was invented in America in the 1920s alongside the advent of sliced bread. Since then, it has been a staple in homes across the land. Here are five at the forefront of cheese sandwich creations in Sacramento.
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.
There are three things that make up great BBQ: large helpings, tender meat and delicious sauces. Sacramento has a surprising number of barbecue restaurants, so we went around and found the best of the best.
Try some variety with your next barbecue, and seek out some specialty craft beers instead of the regular brews. These craft beers pair exceptionally well with your carefully grilled meats.
Local Sacramento chefs offer some recipes that promise to make you the favorite child this Mother’s Day.
Keep that swimsuit body looking great with these delicious spring salads in Sacramento.
It’s time for Cinco de Mayo, so prepare yourselves for the onslaught of fun at these Sacramento restaurants.
On the hunt for the best breakfast sandwiches in and around Sacramento? Here’s a look at five of the top spots worth a detour on your morning commute.
A few Sacramento experts weigh in on how to make your own delicious corned beef and cabbage.
It’s time to step away from the dried tilapia and to overly sauced salmon, because we have found the best restaurants serving seafood that Sacramento has to offer.
We rounded up some of the world’s most outlandish restaurants. Check out these 10 eateries take weird dining to the next level.