V. Miller Meats is a sign that traditional butchery is gaining modern momentum; the uncertain fate of lease-leaseback deals; and it’s your last day to show us your beer for free tickets to the Art of Beer festival.
The influence of the Golden 1 Center kitchen will likely be national. It represents something more accessible than slow food, and more refined than the nuclear orange goop we associate with stadium cheese.
A few months before the National Restaurant Association named artisan butchery and “new” cuts of meat among their top 20 food trends for 2016, Eric Veldman-Miller and Matt Azevedo opened a shop on the corner of 48th and Folsom streets, with the intent to serve locals with something new — in a way that is actually very old.
For the past four years, Star Academy in Natomas didn’t look like a regular school. Due to overcrowding, elementary kids went to class in a commercial building that faced a major street and had warehouse space in the back. Last year, when the moratorium was lifted, the district considered building the new charter school through a lease-leaseback deal. But the method, once a popular way for struggling districts to acquire new facilities, has come under legal fire in recent years.
Calling all Sacramento beer lovers! With so many wonderful, local craft options in the Capital Region, we want to know how you like to sip! Here is your chance to nab VIP tickets (a $160 dollar value) to the upcoming Art of Beer event.