New York Times Gushes Over Sacramento's Food and Wine Scene


A travel story published in this past Sunday’s New York Times is a valentine to Sacramento’s dining scene. The piece, headlined “36 Hours in Sacramento,” singles out some of the city’s top restaurants, including Ella, Grange, L Wine Lounge and Urban Kitchen, and Lounge on 20. Writer Beth Greenfield praises Ella for its “modern elegance” and writes that Lounge on 20 “conjures up South Beach—without the limos, celebrities and models.” Other local spots that receive a little NYT love: Tower Cafe (for brunch), Harlows (for a nightcap), the Delta King’s Pilothouse Restaurant (for its shrimp Louie salad), Revolution Wines (“a tiny industrial-chic winery”) and the Sunday farmers market under the freeway. Want to read it for yourself? Here’s the link: