Friday, September 8, 2006
If you haven't picked up the latest sopy of the Sacramento News and Review, make sure you do so, or at least follow this link. SN&R's delectable Kate Washington has composed a thurough and engaging piece tracking the history and evolution of Sacramento's dining scene. From it's humble beginnings as a steak house town due to the Gold Rush and politicians, to the ground breaking raising of Biba, to the explosion of immigration creating a wave of new ethnic cuisine she tracks the slow but sure diversity bourgeoning from the underneath the snow. The ever changing restaurants, food themes, and even the patrons themsevles are enjoying the restaurant boom which will only keep expanding. Make sure to read up, check it out, and once inspired go out!