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Shady Lady Saloon: Go for the Food, Not Just the Cocktails


Posted on May 15


Shady Lady Saloon has an enthusiastic following of fans who love the establishment’s sultry ambiance, seven-nights-a-week, wide-ranging live music offerings and the stellar handcrafted cocktails. But every time I dine at Shady Lady I’m struck by the quality and creativity of the food. The last three meals I’ve had at the saloon have been fabulous – a recent lunch included the kitchen’s delightful “Lil’ Wedge” salad – a flavorful tumble of baby romaine lettuce leaves with chewy chunks of Applewood-smoked bacon, sweet cherry tomatoes and chopped red onion, sprinkled with Pt. Reyes blue cheese and blanketed in a tangy housemade buttermilk dressing – a delightful choice on a warm Sacramento afternoon. Other knockout menu items we tried were the hefty, flavorful Reuben sandwich, crammed full of house-smoked pastrami and sauerkraut, and the irresistible, crusty duck confit “tots” (remember the tater tots of our youth? This is the sophisticated version), attractively served up with a smoked paprika-lemon aioli.

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The United Cerebral Palsy Association of Greater Sacramento's 2015 Humanitarian of the Year Award Dinner

The United Cerebral Palsy Association of Greater Sacramento's 2015 Humanitarian of the Year Award Dinner

The United Cerebral Palsy Association of Greater Sacramento's 2015 Humanitarian of the Year Award Dinner held Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency. The event honored the work and contributions of Garry Maisel, President and CEO of Western Health Advantage.

Published: Thursday, May 21, 2015