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2006 Subscribers’ Choice Awards

With ever more restaurants to choose from in the Sacramento region, subscribers faced quite an undertaking when they responded to our survey: What restaurants really stand out as best in the region? Our subscribers...

Best Lawyers

You may not be former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, trying to dodge corruption charges, or Jessica Simpson, navigating a high-profile divorce. But chances are you, too, will need some legal help someday, perhaps...

Dining Outdoors

The phrase “eating out” takes on new meaning in the summer, when local restaurants take advantage of Sacramento's great weather and set up tables on outside patios, decks and sidewalks. Why does food always...

Cool Your Jets

Sure, it's a dry heat. But let's face it, when it's 90, 95, 100 or, egads!, 105 degrees out, it's just plain hot—and miserable. What better refuge is there from the summer heat than...

First Tee

I admit it—on occasion I have used the “foot wedge” to improve the lie of my golf ball. (My friend Mr. Murphy calls the shot a “Lou Groza” in honor of the skilled Cleveland...

Have A Blast

As America celebrates its 228th birthday this Fourth of July, we take a look at the big business of fireworks in the Sacramento region. Plus, we offer a guide to viewing the fireworks that...

2004 Subscribers’ Choice Dining Awards

In Auburn 1. Latitudes 2. Awful Annie’s 3. Le Bilig French Cafe Runner-Up: Bootlegger’s In Davis 1. Soga’s 2. Sudwerk 3. Cafe Bernardo, Redrum Burger, Seasons and Symposium (tie) Runners-Up: Little Prague and Pluto’s...


Eat Farm to Fork
Eat Farm to Fork