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Track 7 expanding to Natomas, looking to ‘push creative boundaries’ with beer

Jul 12, 2014
Track 7 expanding to Natomas, looking to ‘push creative boundaries’ with beer

Track 7 is expanding.

Former Enotria chef lands in San Francisco

Jul 4, 2014
Former Enotria chef lands in San Francisco

Enotria’s recent hosting of (yet another) “grand opening” left many wondering about the status of the restaurant’s former chef Pajo Bruich, that maestro of molecular gastronomy with Michelin-star ambitions who’s culinary brio and poise made the Del Paso Heights eatery one of Sacramento’s best-reviewed spots.



Weekday downtown farmers’ markets are back and ready for business

May 14, 2014
Weekday downtown farmers’ markets are back and ready for business

Ready to make your farmers’ market visits more than just a Sunday-under-the-freeway thing?



Rainy weather closes Stockton Asparagus Festival for the day

Apr 25, 2014

The Stockton Asparagus Festival kicked off today, but ran into weather issues. The festival, which usually draws around 75,000 people, runs through Sunday. Reports predict Stockton weather to be partly cloudy Saturday with a chance of showers Sunday.

Sacramento earns two spots on Yelp’s best 100 restaurants list

Feb 28, 2014
Sacramento earns two spots on Yelp’s best 100 restaurants list

Sacramento’s dining scene hasn’t made a mark with Michelin, but it’s getting some help from Yelp.



Share your Sacramento Beer Week photos with The Bee with #sacfeast

Feb 28, 2014

Did you make it to the California Auto Museum last night for Beer Week’s brewers showcase? The Bee’s Blair Anthony Robertson was there to sip and savor what was on tap, including Bike Dog’s people’s choice winning pale ale.

“Farm-to-Fork” 2014 expands to two weeks in September

Jan 31, 2014
“Farm-to-Fork” 2014 expands to two weeks in September

Back in October, The Bee’s Chris Macias reported that Sacramento’s “Farm-to-Fork Week” 2.0 was likely stretching to two weeks, as organizers looked to build on a successful first installment that included a free festival that drew 25,000 people to Capitol Mall “for cooking demonstrations, education about the Sacramento region’s agricultural prowess and other showcases...

Sacramento, Der Biergarten and the circle of life

Jan 24, 2014
Sacramento, Der Biergarten and the circle of life

For Sacramento’s eating and drinking scene, 2014 has been all about the circle of life.


Der Biergarten officially opens at 3 p.m. Jan. 24.

An early toast toast to your Friday-night beer

Jan 17, 2014
An early toast toast to your Friday-night beer

If you’re anything like us here in the features section at The Bee, you spend most of your Friday thinking about what pint(s) you’re going to drink when the quitting whistle blows. To help you with that thought, check out Blair Anthony Robertson’s new Beer Run column about the unlikely return of cans to...

Sacramento Beer Week’s Capitol Beerfest moving to Capitol Mall

Jan 10, 2014
Sacramento Beer Week’s Capitol Beerfest moving to Capitol Mall

Beer-drinking bikers, hikers and public-transit enthusiasts, rejoice.


Sacramento Beer Week spotlights local brewers such as midtown’s Rubicon Brewery, shown at right. In the 2013 event, more than 75 area eateries and watering holes participated.

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