For my fellow pumpkin lovers out there, step away from the coffee conglomerates and head to your local cafe for a truly exceptional autumn experience.
To help you narrow down where to go when you’re looking for a bite to eat before a concert, we’ve listed some of our favorite places near some of the biggest venues in Sacramento.
Losing eyebrows trying to impress the ladies with your flambé skills? Put the brandy and lighter away and head to one of these fine establishments. It’s all the excitement without any loss of body hair.
We have scoured Sacramento to find the best places to enjoy summertime desserts. Whether your preferences is frozen, creamy goodness, pies and tarts or Asian-inspired treats, we know where to go.
Whether you spell it donut or doughnut, these fluffy, fried and fresh treats are a fan favorite. While classic doughnut shops seem to be disappearing, Sacramento has a strong market to fulfill your every craving.
Step away from the prepackaged food and skip the reservations because this year you’ll be making something special for Mother’s Day brunch.
Passover is quickly approaching, and your extended family is expecting a delicious, kosher, home-cooked meal. In order to relieve some of the pressure, Sacramento chef Stacie Shoob-Allen has put together a menu that will impress your bubbie and give your family a Chag Kasher V’Sameach.
National Pancake Week is being observed and Sacramentans are heading to their favorite restaurants to celebrate. Don’t end up at a chain restaurant eating the same old pancakes this year; it’s time to enjoy the holiday with real pancakes.
While some may argue that you cannot have a list of creative cocktails without including a fire hazard, the talented mixologists in Sacramento have something else in mind. For these individuals, creativity is about finding a unique blend of flavors while looking outside of the box. No matter what you order, Sacramento will not disappoint.