Artist and former Sacramentan Jay Howell, best known for his
work on Bob’s Burgers, painted the walls of West
Sacramento’s new French-inspired wine bar and cafe,
At Kehaulani’s Cafe in Vallejo, the loco moco starts with short
ribs braised for 12 hours.
Amid the ongoing pandemic, several tribes in the Capital Region
are either building new casinos or undertaking significant
expansions of existing operations.
Lately, Nevada County eateries aren’t just embracing a
farm-to-table trajectory; they’re finding small but meaningful
ways to send their experiences home with their customers.
This fast-casual restaurant serves a cuisine that germinated in
Kolkata’s Chinatown and is now popular across the
PODCAST: A dedication to the past allows some family restaurants in the Capital Region to survive through the decades.
A dedication to the past allows some family restaurants in the Capital Region to survive through the decades.
Sacramento businesses continue to adapt and recalculate as COVID-19 evolves.
Co-owners Rafael Galiano and John Martin describe Park Winters, a
10-acre estate that serves as a venue for weddings, parties,
flower picking and other activities, as “a countryside
“It all started with the sausage,” says Christine Chang, the
second-generation owner of Taiwan Best Mart.