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At Grange, in the retro-chic Citizen Hotel, chef Oliver Ridgeway fills candy-stripe figs with burrata cheese covered in roasted pistachios and accents a suckling pig with hominy, lime, corn and avocado. The house charcuterie is also a hit. 926 J St.; 916-492-4450 or grangesacramento.com. Photo courtesy of Virginia Miller.
Track 7, Sac Town's beloved cult brewery, recently celebrated its one-year anniversary with a double-hopped version of its popular Panic IPA. Grab a growler full of the malty Soulman Stout and order grub from a revolving lineup of food trucks, including Chando's Tacos. 3747 W. Pacific Ave., Suite F; 916-520-4677 or track7brewing.com. Photo courtesy of Virginia Miller.
For the capital of our great state, Sacramento doesn’t get a whole lotta love--especially in the foodie department. But that’s all about to change.
A totally unpretentious culinary renaissance is under way just an hour and a half north of here, where talented chefs are taking advantage of the area’s epic produce and bartenders are crafting quality cocktails. Our recent gastronomical escapades--which ranged from tasting insanely inventive dishes like pastrami stir-fry to drinking growlers full of malty stout--left our tongues wagging.
Check out our recommendations for what to eat and drink while you’re there.
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