Style Magazine: August 2019

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If you’re looking to cut out early and take advantage of our area’s offerings, head to page 45 for our feature, Happiest Hours. We’ve scoured the region for restaurants with killer deals on bites, brews, cocktails, and wine, all of which we recommend pairing with friends and good conversation. Oh, and don’t forget to stop by page 70 to shop for 20 Beer & Wine Finds. If you’re seeing double after a few too many drinks, consider giving your eyes a checkup with 7 Tips for Optimal Eye Health on page 76. These refreshing articles and more can be found in this month's issue of Style.

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45

Happiest

Hours

Come on, get happy! We scoured local

eateries for their best deals on beer,

wine, cocktails, and eats. All that’s left

is a friend to share it with and good

conversation; we’ll leave that up to you!

AUGUST

PICTURED:

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10 Spot: Local Authors

It’s not too late to start your summer reading.

Peruse our list of local authors who have taken

pen to paper (okay, more like fingers to keyboards)

22 and written everything from cook books and

mysteries to biographies and children’s books.

Photo by Ray Burgess.


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2019

20 41 95 76

COMMUNITY

MATTERS

ARTS &

ENTERTAINMENT

EAT & DRINK

MORE

16 WHAT’S UP

News Around Town

20 GET TO KNOW

David Attaway

33 CALENDAR

25+ Things to Do This Month

41 ARTIST SPOTLIGHT

Roseville Mural Project

92 DINING OUT

Buckhorn BBQ

94 FOODIE FIND

Fisher’s Sandwich Shop

10 EDITOR’S LETTER

14 ONLINE

Find More on the Web

This Month

24 TAKE A HIKE

Sweetwater Trail

95 THE HOT LIST

Indulgent Ice Creams

70 EDITOR'S PICKS

18 Beer & Wine Finds

24 ASK THE EXPERTS

26 GIVING BACK

Salt Water

28 OUTTAKES

Event Pics

96 TASTE

Back-to-School Recipes

98 SIP ON THIS

5 NorCal Wines Under $10

100 RESTAURANT

LISTINGS

74 INTRODUCING

Q&A with Local Companies

76 HEALTH & WELLNESS

7 Tips for Optimal Eye Health

80 HOME & GARDEN

Tips for Your At-Home Cinema

106 LAST LOOK

How We Live

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HAPPY

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Mural

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PLUS

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Team work makes the dream

work” is something we’ve

been hearing quite often

around our office. We’ve

been managing just fine

without our fearless leader,

Editor-in-Chief Megan, but

only because we’ve been

working together to fill her

(very big!) shoes. Between

our advertising sales reps, editorial team, graphic

designers, and office staff, constant communication and

support from everyone made this issue come together.

Plus, it doesn’t hurt that we took a much-needed break for

“It's five

o'clock

somewhere.”

—Unknown

good conversation and drinks with a team happy hour.

If you’re looking to cut out early and take advantage

of our area’s offerings, head to page 45 for our feature,

Happiest Hours. We’ve scoured the region for restaurants

with killer deals on bites, brews, cocktails, and wine, all

of which we recommend pairing with friends and good

conversation. Oh, and don’t forget to stop by page 70 to

shop for 20 Beer & Wine Finds.

If you’re seeing double after a few too many drinks,

consider giving your eyes a checkup with 7 Tips for

Optimal Eye Health on page 76—one of them being stay

away from screens, so all the more reason to hop up

from your desk and head to happy hour!

We packed a ton of content into this issue in hopes

to keep it up to par with what you’re used to with Megan

in the driver’s seat. And

if it’s not, don’t fret, as BABY JUNIPER

she’ll be back soon!

Plus, it looks like she’ll

be bringing in a new

intern.

Cheers!

— The team at Style

Baby Juniper photo by LaLa Photography Sacramento.

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WHAT’S IS YOUR

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I was in a league all to

myself. It’s rough trying to break

into adulthood when elementary

school teachers still mistake you

as part of their class.”

—Ray Burgess

“1981-1982, Sixth Grade. I decided

that I needed a new haircut before

this school photo was taken, so I

grabbed a pair of scissors and

chopped my bangs and whacked

off the long layer in front to be just

covering my ears, essentially giving

myself this snazzy little mullet. Yeah,

this is definitely one for the books.”

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Since we’re almost on the cusp of summer

and fall, we thought it would be fitting to

bust out that whiskey you’ve been hiding

and turn it into something that’s cool

enough for warm summer nights yet ready

for that crisp autumn air. Check out some

whiskey cocktails we’ve found to help

make the seasonal transition easier. Best

part? If you’re too lazy to make ‘em yourself

don’t worry—you can find them at local

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Trying to squeeze in as much

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warm? We feel you. Summertime

means fun in the sun, especially

with your furry friends. But that joy

can turn to heartbreak if you’re not

careful. To ensure a fun and safe rest

of summer, the Placer SPCA asks

all pet parents to take note of these

hot weather tips.

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Live”—a local park, body of water, sunrise or

sunset, landscape, dish you love, etc.—and tell

us why, in 20 words or less, this photo says it all.

Our favorite pics will appear in an upcoming issue;

each month’s featured photographer will also win

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Bricks photo by Dante Fontana. Picture Perfect photo by Christian Francisco @christian.francisco.

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What’s Up?

by EMILY PETER

Caron

Russell

with the

American

Cancer

Society

with

Infusion

Taproom

Owners

Andrea

and

Jacob

Marshall

Ben Parra Scholarship Fund recipient Taylor

Belisle-Lopez of Lincoln High School

[ PEOPLE & PLACES IN THE NEWS ]

Local nonprofit, A Touch of Understanding (ATOU), reached

10,929 students at 122 schools during their 2018-2019 school year

through workshops and activities. ATOU provides disability

awareness programs designed to educate students and promote

respect for all individuals.

Placer Community Foundation (PCF) awarded scholarships to

19 students from Auburn, Lincoln, Colfax, and Rocklin—many

who were pleasantly surprised with the award at their high school

graduation. Scholarships were issued in varying amounts and will

help students pursue a wide range of interests while continuing

their education.

The Rocklin High School choir recently took the stage with

Foreigner at Thunder Valley Casino Resort for a special

performance of “I Want to Know What Love Is.” The performance

is part of the band’s partnership with the Grammy Foundation

to support music education. Rocklin High School’s music program

received donations of $500 from both Foreigner and Thunder Valley.

Placer Community Foundation (PCF) welcomed four new

members to its Board of Directors: Elise Baker, Margaret

Fulton, Bonnie London and Raúl Martínez. PCF grows

local giving by connecting donors with causes, and each new

board member brings experience in and understanding of

strengthening the community through local giving. For more info,

visit placergives.org.

Hands4Hope in El Dorado Hills generously organized a bake

sale that raised over $300 for El Dorado County’s The Center for

Violent-Free Relationships, in addition to donating toiletries and

homemade blankets. What’s more, employees from Blue Shield

of California in El Dorado Hills created over 500 care bags – each

with an inspirational message—to be distributed by The Center.

Thanks to a grant from the El Dorado County Air Quality

Management District, the El Dorado County Transit

Authority reports that 10,121 passengers took advantage of their

free shuttle service to the 2019 El Dorado County Fair. This

marks the twenty-ninth consecutive year that they have provided an

El Dorado County fair shuttle.

Infusion Taproom in Lincoln held their first annual F* Cancer

Pouring for a Cause that included the release of Silver Moon

Brewing’s F* Cancer IPA. They raised $2,206 that went to the

American Cancer Society and Relay for Life (Placer County)

along with an additional $574.56 for Silver Moon Brewing’s F*

Cancer Program which they donate to cancer support networks.

The City of Folsom has a new finance director: Stacey

Tamagni. She is a seasoned and poised professional whose

education and experience make her a perfect fit for the

position. Tamagni will be responsible for managing the city’s

annual budget, financial reporting, treasury, utility billing,

accounts payable, payroll, and information systems functions. To

learn more, visit folsom.ca.us/finance.

Placer Community Foundation photo courtesy of Placer Community Foundation. Rocklin High School Choir photo by Trevor Chiasson. Other photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.

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Photo by Dante Fontana.

[ HAPPENINGS ]

The Palladio at Broadstone hosts Family

Game Nite—an opportunity for parents

and their kiddos to play board games and

lawn games under the stars alongside a DJ—

every second Saturday (August 10) through

October from 6-8 p.m. Admission is free.

On August 25 from 10 a.m. till noon. the

American River Conservancy (ARC) is

presenting Capturing Wakamatsu: A

Poetry Walk/Workshop. El Dorado County’s

first Poet Laureate, Taylor Graham, and

award-winning, Sacramento-area poet, Katy

Brown, will be leading an exploration of the

Gold Hill area and then ask participants to

write a poem inspired by the walk. Children

8+ are welcome with adult supervision, and

a $5-$10 donation is suggested. To sign up

and for meeting location, contact ARC at

530-621-1224 or Julie@ARConservancy.org.

Blue Line Arts continues with their

summer art camps on August 5 with French

Immersion from 9 a.m till noon and Explore

the Globe from 1-4 p.m. Both classes run

the course of the week and are open to

children ages 6-12. Help further your child’s

understanding and appreciation of cultures

through art with these immersive summer

camps! For more info, visit bluelinearts.org.

Every Saturday through October enjoy

complimentary yoga at the Palladio at

Broadstone at 9 a.m. Conducted by Serenity

Spa & Soul Yoga. Soul Yoga Summer

Series classes are open to all ages and

levels, and held at the Palladio’s promenade.

Note: Please bring water and a yoga mat.

Head to the promenade at Westfield Galleria

at Roseville (near Il Fornaio) on August 16 from

6-9 p.m. for Friday Night Market, featuring

tastings, produce, gifts and more courtesy of

Raley’s. Family-friendly activities (live music,

giant lawn games, face painting, etc.), prepared

food, and a beer and wine garden ($10 donation

benefits Food for Families) are also part of

the fun. For tickets and more info, visit. westfield.

com/galleriaatroseville/events/all-events

In preparation for Folsom Community

Service Day, Folsom Rotary Annes Club

is hosting a food drive for Blessings in a

Backpack. Food items can be dropped off

between August 10 and 31 at Adrian Blanco

Jewelry (49 Natoma Street), Coldwell Banker

(1180 Iron Point Road), and sBarkles (850

East Bidwell Street). Donations will be packed

up and sent home with children living with

food shortages. For more info, contact Ann

at 916-337-3390 or ahutto@pacbell.net.

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FREE FITNESS PROGRAM – LEAN UP TEAM CHALLENGE! Applications are

now being accepted for the Lean Up Team Challenge. This free wellness program,

from Spare Time Sports Clubs, now in its 11th season, is for area residents seeking

to get healthier and fit. The Lean Up Team Challenge is an eight-week fitness

program for people who have struggled to be fit and healthy, or have

strayed from what was once a healthy way of life. This is a life-changing

program for those who need it most. The program is made up

of two-person teams assigned to completing a set of challenges

which includes small group boot camps and nutritional and

motivational group meetings. A dedicated certified trainer

provides support and motivation. All area residents are

welcome to apply and can choose a partner to team up with, or

have one chosen for them. It is limited to 200 participants and

includes a free membership to the club for those eight weeks.

You can apply through September 8 at leanup.net and at any Spare

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What’s Up?

[ FOOD & DRINK ]

Multiple local breweries took home first, second, and third

place awards from the California State Fair Commercial

Beer Competition including Crooked Lane Brewing

Company, Knee Deep Brewing Company, Solid

Ground Brewing, Out of Bounds Brewing Company,

Fort Rock Brewing, and The Monk’s Cellar.

Mas Taco Bar at the Palladio at Broadstone is officially

open! Head to 450 Palladio Parkway in Folsom to eat tacos

and drink margaritas to your heart’s content. Additional

offerings include salads and bowls, craft cocktails and

mocktails, and an extensive brunch menu. See their offerings

on Instagram at @mastacobar.

Join Food Simply for their August Pop-Up Dinner from

6-8:30 p.m. in El Dorado Hills (exact address to be emailed to

attendees) as they bring whole food and conversation to the

table. This exciting dinner series offers the opportunity to

meet new people and learn new recipes, all while enjoying

a three-course vegan and organic meal. Tickets are $55. For

more info, contact Camille at camillebhankin@gmail.com.

People to People International, El Dorado County Chapter

Samoyed by Carolyn Lewis; Pastels Art Show

[ NEW & COMING SOON ]

Veterans United Home Loans recently opened a new branch at

660 Auburn Folsom Road, Suite 201A in Auburn. The nationwide

lender is excited to be a part of the Sacramento Community and

help those who have served our country and

are currently serving while stationed in

the area. For more info, visit auburn.

veteransunited.com.

Congratulations to Lucky Dog

Bakery who just opened up their

store at 889 Embarcadero Drive,

Suite 101 in El Dorado Hills. Lucky

Dog makes donuts, cakes, cookies,

biscuits, and more especially for dogs,

and uses all natural, real ingredients. For

more info, visit luckydogbakery.net.

Morning Reflections Sand Harbor by Lucinda Johnson;

Pastel Painting & More

Lucky Dog Bakery

[ ARTS & CULTURE ]

Through September 5, see

selections from nationally

acclaimed pastel painters Jan

Miller, Pat Stoddard Aragon,

Charlene Schmidt, Gretchen

Locke, Paul Harmon, Joyce

Williams, and Lucinda

Johnson at the Gallery at

48 Natoma’s exhibit Pastel

Painting & More. In the

adjacent Community Gallery

at 48 Natoma through August

30, the Annual Student Art Show will display works from their Adult Art classes. For

gallery hours and more info, visit folsom.ca.us/galleryat48natoma.

Through People to People International, El Dorado County Chapter locals hosted 20

Japanese citizens from Placerville’s Sister City Warabi, Japan to coincide with America River

Conservancy’s WakamatsuFest150: a celebration of the first Japanese colony in America.

Visitors were welcomed with a reception, and treated to trips to the coast, museums, wineries,

and more.

Join the Gold Country Retirement Community in Placerville on August 9 at 3:30 p.m.

as they hold a reception for artist Carolyn Lewis and her Pastels Art Show where music,

wine, and appetizers will be shared. Her show will be on display through October 24. For more

info, visit goldcountryretirement.org or contact Susan at 530-621-1826.

People to People International, El Dorado County Chapter photo by Laurie Edwards. Other photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.

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GET TO KNOW

David Attaway

Roseville resident David Attaway was

familiar with the fairgrounds as he lives

in the neighborhood and would walk

around the area frequently. In the long

periods between county fairs, the grounds

sat mostly vacant due to deteriorating

structures and facilities and was visited

only by a few community groups who had

been meeting there for decades. Yet,

Attaway, as CEO of Placer Valley Tourism

and @the Grounds, saw potential in the

site. “People didn’t know it was there,”

he recalls, adding, “I saw a way for it to

become a space that serves not only the

community, but also its business needs.”

Attaway wanted to create a space

for people in the community to come

together as well as bring tourists into the

“It’s important

to have a place

where we—

and future

generations—

can connect

and create and

brainstorm

and do

business.”

—David Attaway

area to enjoy the

place. As a child,

his family had

moved often due

to his father’s job

with the federal

government.

Later, his own

career in the

hospitality and

leisure industry

took him all over

the country. But

after moving to

Roseville over

eight years ago,

Attaway felt he’d

finally found his

niche and he refused to let the grounds fall

prey to housing developers.

These days, the former Placer County

Fairgrounds (now @the Grounds) is at

the end of a two-year renovation with

the construction of a 160,000-squarefoot

indoor multi-purpose facility on the

site well underway. For Attaway, an art

enthusiast, the most rewarding aspect has

been the creativity involved in imagining

what the space could become—and then

bringing that vision to life. “It’s important

to have a place where we—and future

generations—can connect and create and

brainstorm and do business,” he shares.

“It’s something you can’t reproduce via

computer or phone.” —Amber Foster

Q&A

What advice would you

give to your younger self?

Learn at least one other

language fluently. Live abroad.

What comes to you naturally?

Strategic visioning, creative thought,

numbers.

What’s your biggest pet peeve?

Stagnation or lack of commitment.

Are you high or low maintenance?

Personally, low maintenance; professionally,

high maintenance.

GUILTY

PLEASURE

Binging on

Netflix or

Amazon

MEAL

IN

TOWN

Ninja

Sushi

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LOCAL

LANDMARK

Train station

FAVORITES

MOVIE

Slaughterhouse-

Five

Biggest life inspirations?

Thich Nhat Hanh.

What are you most proud of?

The amazing team, both on the staff and on

the board, that PVT has become over the

past years, especially the

impact they have made

on our community.

Best words of

wisdom you’ve

received?

Done is better

than perfect.

MUSICIAN/

BAND

Lou Reed

PLACE

TO BUY

A GIFT,

LOCALLY

Blue Line

Arts

ANNUAL SAYING

EVENT

“Success is not

Lottery for

final, failure is

the Arts

not fatal: it is the

courage to continue

that counts.”—

Winston Churchill

Photos by Dante Fontana.


the

10

spot

Local Authors

By Tara Mendanha

For the eleventh year, Style brings you the latest stack of accomplished area

authors and their published works. In no particular order...

Lettering From A to Z by Phawnda

1 Moore, Rocklin

A winner in the 2019 Next Generation

Book Awards, this instructional book has

nine styles and over 200 full-color images of

handmade gifts, beautiful cards, and journal

design. The 92-page book includes layout

and design basics from Phawnda’s academic

and teaching background and uses modern

tools and techniques. Available via phawnda@

sbcglobal.net

Murphy’s Miracle: One Dog’s Wild

6 Journey by Julie Samrick, El Dorado

Hills

Golden retriever Murphy, went missing during

a family camping trip near Lake Tahoe in 2012.

Inspired by what Murphy’s El Dorado Hills family

actually went through, author Julie Samrick

created a story for readers ages 10 through adult

that depicts how Murphy survived for nearly two

years. Available at juliesamrick.com, Face in a Book,

Barnes & Noble, and amazon.com

Sami vs. The Negative Voice by Sami

2 Kader, Roseville

A young boy struggles against the

“Negative Voice”—a monster who follows him

everywhere trying to convince him that he’ll

never make friends. Based on the childhood

experiences of youth motivational speaker Sami

Kader, this story emphasizes the importance of

learning to believe in yourself, no matter what

that “negative voice” tells you. Available at

samikader.com and amazon.com

Growing Generous Souls: Becoming

7 Grace-Filled Stewards by Betsy

Schwarzentraub, Garden Valley

Church leaders and inquiring individuals are

invited to stop racing from one activity to another

and instead, focus on being rather than doing and

consuming. The book offers reflection questions

and resources to help communities become more

grace-filled stewards of all that God has provided.

Available at growinggeneroussouls.com and

amazon.com

The 5-Ingredient Paleo Cookbook by

3 Genevieve Jerome, Folsom

Eating Paleo is all about going back to

the basics—cooking shouldn’t complicate

things. The 5-Ingredient Paleo Cookbook offers

delicious recipes that combine a few easy-tofind

ingredients with quick prep and cook times

to make Paleo meals a regular part of your daily

routine. Available at Barnes & Noble, target.com,

and amazon.com

Away with Words: The Daring Story

4 of Isabella Bird by Lori Mortensen,

Cameron Park

This picture book biography is about daring

Isabella Bird, the first female member of the

Royal Geographical Society, who challenged

society’s boundaries for women and wrote 10

books about her explorations. “No man,” she

once declared, “now ever says of any difficult

thing that I could not do it.” Available at

lorimortensen.com, Face in a Book, and Barnes

& Noble

Ollie Oxley and the Ghost: The Search

5 for Lost Gold by Lisa Schmid, Folsom

Twelve-year-old Ollie Oxley is moving—

again. His mom is starting a new job at the

Bingham Theater and Ollie’s first friend in

town is a ghost who lived during the famous

California Gold Rush—making things interesting

for Ollie. Can Teddy and Ollie work together to

save his mom’s job and solve a mystery years

in the making? Available at Barnes & Noble and

amazon.com

The Sharp End of Life: A Mother’s Story

8 by Dierdre Wolownick, Carmichael

Wife and mother. Teacher and musician.

Marathoner and rock climber. At 66, Dierdre

Wolownick became the oldest woman to climb El

Capitan in Yosemite and, in this book, she shares

her intimate journey, revealing how her climbing

achievement reflects a broader story of courage

and persistence and how it’s never too late to

reach new heights. Available at sharpendoflife.

com, Face in a Book, Barnes & Noble, and amazon.

com

Some Days Are Ashes by Christian

9 DeWild, Folsom

Shel Silverstein and Dr. Seuss meets The

Addams Family in this collection of poems,

limericks, and illustrations. This pocket-sized read

ranges from fun introspective verses that leads

the mind into a hidden melody to amusingly gross

lines that bring out the adolescent snicker. Each

poem is penciled and inked with adroit images.

Available at Barnes & Noble and amazon.com

India Bound: The Making of a Woman

10 Journalist by Shelley Buck, Nevada City

After traveling to India and Nepal, Shelley

Buck returned to Europe and is haunted—she

dreams of going back to Asia and becoming a

journalist. In this memoir, its the early 1970s.

Women don’t often set out to become intrepid

journalists but Shelley just can’t help herself

and she makes plans—this time she’s taking

a typewriter. Available at Barnes & Noble and

amazon.com

Book photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.

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ask the experts

Q: What are some things I

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looking to get new glasses?

A: Every person’s prescription

is unique, and some frames will

be a better fit for their lenses

than others. By allowing us, the

opticians, to help in the fitting

process, you will find there are

specific details we look for. These

details include bridge fit, how the

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grub or 36 Handles (1010 White

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WHY WE LOVE IT: Familyfriendly;

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shaded.

TRAIL NOTES: Wear shoes with traction,

dress in layers, bring extra water and snacks,

remember sun protection (hat, sunscreen),

and, as always, pack out what you pack in.

Remember to keep to the right, and that horses

have the right of way over mountain bikers and

hikers, and hikers have the right of way over

mountain bikers.

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needs a detox cleanse and

how often should I do one?

A: Juice cleanses are great for a

multitude of reasons, but the best

way to put it is: it’s like pressing

the reset button on your body.

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bloating, and a plethora of other

benefits. Your body is still getting

two to three pounds of fruits and

vegetables with every juice, but

the fact that it’s been broken down

already in the bottle allows your

body plenty of extra energy to

perform some deep cleaning on

your insides.

—Marcus Sarale

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Roseville

916-771-0428

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Trail photos by Emily Peter.

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A rock star’s presence, a storyteller’s gift and a

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Giving Back

Salt Water

A Channel for Those in

Search of a Safe Harbor

by JANET SCHERR // photos by DANTE FONTANA

There are no definitive words to express the

sadness of losing a loved one. But “poignant,”

“courageous,” and “funny” are a few words that

do describe the collection of stories that people

have shared on Salt Water, a local website

designed for grief support and dialogue.

Whether it is for the loss of a parent, child,

spouse, sibling, friend or pet, Salt Water is an

outlet for any person who is experiencing grief

of any kind. The name was inspired by Isak Dinesen who said: “The

cure for anything is salt water: sweat, tears or the sea.” This adage

seemed fitting to the group’s founder, Margo Fowkes. “I created Salt

Water to provide a safe harbor for anyone grieving the death of

someone they didn’t think they could live without,” says Fowkes. “It

is open to everyone, regardless of what they believe, where they are

in the grief process or what type of loss they have suffered.”

After her only son, Jimmy, died of brain cancer in 2014, Fowkes

looked for resources and support to ease her pain. She wanted to

find a community that didn’t focus on providing an explanation

for her loss (“It was God’s will”) or attempt to discount her loss, or

anyone else’s (“It was just a dog”). “Loss is loss, grief is grief, and pain

is pain…we need to honor each other’s grief and pain, not judge it,”

Fowkes asserts.

Salt Water’s articles and resources focus on connection and

common ground to help people feel less isolated in their grief. It

also offers suggestions and ideas for friends and family members

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who are desperate to help but don’t know how to. “I learned early on that there are no

magic words that will bring Jimmy back,” says Fowkes. Rather than criticize people

for saying or doing the “wrong” thing, Salt Water offers practical suggestions and

encouragement for those who want to help, along with gentle reminders of what a

griever might find hurtful despite a loved one’s best intentions.

Approximately 175 original articles and poems are currently on the website and

because the group is neither a nonprofit nor a for-profit, there are no donation requests

or ads. “[People] say they appreciate the ability to find what they need without being

asked for personal information or money,” says Fowkes.

The holidays and the first few weeks after the death of a loved one can be

particularly difficult. In September, Salt Water will share stories and advice on how to

survive the early days after a loss. During December, there will be daily tips on how to

survive the holidays without a beloved family member or friend.

Fowkes encourages readers who have lost someone dear to them to become part of

the Salt Water community. “It can be as simple as sharing a story or contributing a blog

post, poem, photo or drawing,” she says. “Sign up for our weekly newsletter, follow us on

social media, and connect with another griever.”

findyourharbor.com

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HARRIS CENTER SEASON PREVIEW

Harris Center, Folsom

JUNE 10

Over 350 donors, members, and guests attended

this preview of upcoming shows where they were

treated to small bites and wine tasting as well as

a performance by the Folsom Lake College Youth

Chamber Orchestra.

PHOTOS BY CHERRIE MAY MASANGYA

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JUNE 20-23

Fairgoers enjoyed county fair crowd favorites like

carnival rides, delicious fair food, live music, livestock

and still exhibits plus plenty of new attractions! Nightly

fireworks, a silent disco, pig races, interactive tractor

pedal pullers and an awesome family fun zone were

some of the new attractions that were included with

admission .

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2

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MAY 17

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awarded $237,000 to students who were able to meet

and greet with their donors before the ceremony.

PHOTOS BY MIKE GLASHAN

1. Robin Matthews, Allison Cowen, and Betty Manning

2. Molly Spackman, Stephanie Ortiz, Vincent Nigro, and

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SUNDAY IN APPLE HILL

Crystal Springs Garden, Camino

JUNE 30

New Morning Youth & Family Services celebrated

their 22nd annual Sunday in Apple Hill with an

elegant garden party featuring a gourmet dinner,

beer and wine tastings, live entertainment, and raffles.

Proceeds went towards New Morning which provides

a safety net of services to troubled youth and their

families in El Dorado County.

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MAY 4

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affected by injury, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

and traumatic brain injury achieve rehabilitation,

recovery and resilience in their daily lives.

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Arts & Entertainment

Dog Dazed and Amused!

The City of Rocklin is hosting this free event at

Johnson-Springview Park from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. to raise

money for local canine rescues. Activities throughout

the day include wiener dog races, art projects, a

dog obstacle course, costume parade, dog-themed

vendors, entertainment, food trucks, and more.

Woofstock

August 25

rocklin.ca.us/event/woofstock-1

Plus

25+ THINGS TO DO THIS MONTH

Photo courtesy of its respective company of organization.

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| arts & entertainment |

AUGUST

NOTABLE

August is National Month

CALENDAR

By Emily Peter

1

Live on the Boulevard. Every Thursday

from 7-9 p.m. in the El Dorado

Hills Town Center’s Steven Young

Amphitheater, enjoy live music, great

food, giveaways, and plenty of room

to get your groove on. Concert viewing

setup begins at 5:30 p.m. This month’s

bands include Uptown Funk, Mirage,

Forejour, Kalimba 10 Piece Band and

Night Moves and Creedence Classic

Revival. edhtowncenter.com/upcomingevents/calendar

(ALSO 8, 15, 22 & 29)

Live on the Boulevard

HAPPENINGS

3 National

Watermelon Day

10 National Lazy Day

30 College Colors Day

2

Little Black Dress!

(The Musical).

Written by women,

for women, Little

Black Dress! tells

the story of two

best friends and

their major life

events in their

little, black dresses.

Show times vary.

harriscenter.net

(ALSO 3-4)

Little Black Dress (The Musical) photo courtesy of the Harris Center. Other photo courtesy of its resepective comapny or

organization.

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Expires 2/20


| arts & entertainment |

Summer Concert Series. The El

Dorado Hills Community Services

District (EDHCSD) continues

their popular concert series with

Soultones and Swift Country

this month. Head to the EDHCSD

Community Park at 7 p.m. for live

music, food, children’s activities

and more. eldoradohillscsd.org

(ALSO 16)

3

Wacky Dash. Bring the family

to Digger and Sharon Williams

Rodeo Park from 8-11 a.m. for

an obstacle course competition

featuring tightropes, giant

inflatables, mud pits, foam

tunnels, and more. All

participants will receive a

commemorative participation

medal. folsom.ca.us/cals

4

Farmers’ Market. Every Sunday

through October, from 8 a.m.

to 1 p.m., celebrate local farms

and businesses while shopping

for fresh fruits and veggies,

homemade honey, jams and other

household items along Town

Center Boulevard in the El Dorado

Hills Town Center. edhtowncenter.

com/upcoming-events/calendar

(ALSO 11, 18 & 25)

5

Preservation Hall Jazz

Band. This seven-piece

band has proudly held the torch

for New Orleans music for over

50 years and continues to as a

reminder that the history they

were founded to preserve is still

vibrantly alive. Show times are at

7:30 p.m. harriscenter.net

(ALSO 6)

7

Trucks & Tunes. Pack your picnic

blankets and lawn chairs for a

fun evening of live music, kids’

activities, and food truck grub

from 5-8:30 p.m. at Christa

McAuliffe Park in Cameron Park.

cameronpark.org/events/truckstunes-3

Wacky Dash

Summer Concert Series. Head

to the Palladio at Broadstone

every Wednesday at 7 p.m. for an

upbeat concert under the stars.

This month’s artists include Swift

Country, Wonderbread 5, Island of

Black and White, and Hip Service.

All shows are free and familyfriendly.

gopalladio.com/events

(ALSO 14, 21 & 28)

9

Singin’ in the Rain. A starlet, a

leading man, and a love affair that

can make or break careers. The

Roseville Theatre Arts Academy

presents this classic musical

that follows Don Lockwood and

Lina Lamont whose chemistry

isn’t the same off-screen as it

is on-screen. Showtimes vary.

rosevilletheatreartsacademy.com

(ALSO 10-11 & 16-17)

10

20 Mile Taste. Celebrate the

bounty of El Dorado County from

6-9 p.m. at the Davies Family

Inn at Shadowridge Ranch.

Hosted by Ag in the Classroom,

the fundraiser includes

seasonal food

prepared by

area chefs

alongside

locally

produced

beer and

wine, live

music, a raffle,

live auction, and adult

farm day fun. agintheclass-edc.

org/event/20-mile-taste

Wacky Dash photo c ourtesy of Folsom Parks and Recreation. Preservation Hall Band photo courtesy of the Harris

Center. 20 Mile Taste photo by Mary Dehaas.

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EL DORADO HILLS TOWN CENTER PRESENTS

A DEVELOPMENT BY

THURSDAY

EVENING

Wine in the Vines

Wine in the Vines photo courtesy of Friends of Seniors. Walk for Wishes photo by Tia Gemmell.

Wine in the Vines. Friends of Seniors is hosting their annual fundraiser at

Sierra Vista Winery from 5-7:30 p.m. Enjoy an evening of award-winning

wines, appetizers by Diane Wilkinson Catering, music by Cheryl Kent and

Hickory Wind, gift basket drawings, and more. friendsofedcseniors.org

Big Sam’s Funky Nation. Funk-rock blues will be served up New Orleans

style at Rocklin’s Quarry Park by this popular southern band with special

guest Element Brass Band. Enjoy food trucks and great music from 7-10

p.m. and get ready to party! rocklin.ca.us/events

11

Meet the Trojans. Meet and greet the Oak Ridge High School football

team from 4-6 p.m. at the El Dorado Hills Town Center’s Steven Young

Amphitheater. Walk the Oak Ridge Hall of Fame while players sign

autographs, watch the cheer and dance teams perform, and witness a

hot dog eating contest between players and coaches. edhtowncenter.com/

upcoming-events/calendar

15

Auburn Co-op. This community event is filled with family-friendly popup

activities, the best coffee and wine in Placer County, live music,

and local artists selling their wares. Lincoln Street, Washington Street

and Sacramento Street will be abuzz with excitement from 5-9 p.m.

oldtownauburnca.com/events/auburn-co-op

16

Friday Alfresco. Head to Bogle Tasting Room in Clarksburg from 5-8 p.m.

for wine, food and live music. All proceeds from the event will benefit local

nonprofit A Touch of Understanding. touchofunderstanding.org/events

17

Walk for Wishes. Join the

Make-A-Wish Foundation

and help grant wishes for

children in our community

with life-threatening

medical conditions at

this 8 a.m. morning walk

with friends, family, and

co-workers. Meet at the

State Capitol at 7 a.m. for

registration and check-in.

necannv.wish.org/news-and-events/calendar-of-events

August 1st

Uptown Funk

Tribute to Bruno Mars

August 8th

Mirage

Visions of Fleetwood Mac

August 15th

Forejour

Tribute to Foreigner & Journey

August 22nd

Kalimba 10 Piece Band

The Spirit of Earth Wind & Fire

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September 5th

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Dry Diggings Festival

for sale. Catch the sounds of the

Gold Rush Chorus/Barbershop

Quartet and the Hangtown

Marshals while perusing through

antiques. Local shops and

restaurants will also be open for

business. placerville-downtown.

org/2019/08/25/1414/31stannual-antique-street-faire-andvintage-marketplace

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Hangtown Car Show. Enjoy

an evening under the stars

with classic cars and mingle

with fellow car enthusiasts

from 6-8 p.m. while perusing

classic cars on Placerville’s Main

Street. Admission and parking

are free. placerville-downtown.

org/2019/08/29/1429/hangtowncar-show

Concerts on the Square. Drive

will be taking guests back to

the prime time of the Cars with

covers from the popular rock

band at Vernon Town Square. The

free show starts at 7:30 p.m. and

gates open at 6:30 p.m. Grab a

spot and enjoy food truck fare

and the beer garden. roseville.

ca.us/residents/city_events/

concerts_on_the_square

Veraison Occasion. Beginning

at 12 p.m., sip your way through

the Carson Road Wineries

with this fun, interactive and

informative wine tasting event.

Ticket cost includes tasting at all

nine wineries for the weekend, a

souvenir wine glass, small bites,

and more. carsonroadwineries.com

(ALSO 18)

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Food Truck Festival. Liven

up your week by dancing to

live music, indulging in food

truck fare, and sipping on

beer and wine at El Dorado

Hills Community Park from

5-8 p.m. All proceeds benefit

the EDH Promise Foundation.

eldoradohillscsd.org/eventscalendar/special-events.html

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Race for the Arts. Don’t miss

this one-of-a-kind 5K run/walk

and kids’ fun run at William

Land Park featuring a mini art

festival that benefits PlacerArts,

Rocklin Academy Music Program,

Roseville Arts Center, Folsom Arts

Association, Roseville Theatre

Arts Academy, El Dorado Arts

Council, and other local nonprofits.

raceforthearts.com

Placer County Wine Fest. Enjoy an

afternoon of tasting Placer County

wines, live music, and a vendor

market at the Historic Loomis Train

Depot Plaza from 11 a.m.–4 p.m.

Admission is free but wine tasting

is $20 and includes a souvenir glass.

luckyfindmarket.com/events

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Good Dog-Dirty Dog 5K/10K.

Walkers, runners, and dogs are

welcome to participate in this

event organized by TBF Racing

at Folsom Lake’s Granite Beach.

Human participants will receive a

finisher’s medal and the canines

get dog tags. The 10K starts at

8 a.m. and the 5K starts at 8:05

a.m. totalbodyfitness.com

31st Annual Antique Street

Fair and Vintage Marketplace.

Stroll down Historic Main Street

Placerville from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

where vendors will have treasures

from the past and vintage items

Chad Prather

SAVE THE DATE: SEPTEMBER

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Chad Prather. Comedian, armchair philosopher, musician, and

observational humorist, Chad Prather is coming to the Harris

Center for one night only. One of the country’s fastest rising and talked

about entertainers, Prather is known for his comedic family stories told

from an adult perspective. Showtime is 8 p.m. harriscenter.net

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Dry Diggings Festival. Head to

the El Dorado County Fairgrounds

for a jam-packed weekend full

of music, art, craft beer, a skate

competition, and camping.

drydiggingsfestival.com

(THROUGH SEPTEMBER 1)

Walk With Us 5K. Support the UC Davis Program for Children

with Blood and Cancer Disorders in this 5K walk starting at

8 a.m. at the Johnny Cash Trail. Entry fee is $15 (free for those under

13) and funds raised will support pediatric cancer patients at UC Davis.

eventbrite.com/e/walk-with-us-folsom-ca-registration-64501212864

Dry Diggings Festival photo by Michael Salomon. Chad Prather photo courtesy of Harris Center.

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Spotlight on

Roseville

Mural

Project

by HEATHER L. NELSON

Photos courtesy of the City of Roseville.

Led by Blue Line Arts in collaboration with the

Downtown Roseville Partnership, the Roseville

Mural Project aims to help revitalize the city

aesthetically, culturally, and economically with its

first public art in over a decade. Commissioning five

downtown murals from local artists this past spring,

the organizations’ shared mission aims to include

community engagement events as well as free arts

programs. “I hope the project brings a sense of pride

and that the murals become a part of the story of

this town and continue instilling a sense of wonder

in people,” shares Brooke Abrames, Blue Line Arts’

co-director. “It’s about injecting small moments of

beauty into everyday life.” Read on as Style gets each

artist to dish about their masterpiece.

Ali Futrell

HLN: HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR

STYLE?

AF: My artwork is large-scale, bright, colorful, and when

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it comes to my murals, specifically, they always end up a

bit whimsical.

HLN: WHAT INSPIRED “ROSES ARE BLUE”?

AF: The new as well as historic elements of Roseville. I

was interested in giving them new life by transforming

them into colorful, contemporary illustrations.

Ellie Gainey

HLN: WHAT SIGNIFICANCE DOES “JUNCTION”

HOLD?

EG: [It’s] near and dear to my heart as I was born in

Sacramento and raised in Roseville. It has been inspiring

to see how Roseville has grown over the past two decades

and I wanted to highlight the facets that make it special—

including our wine trails, railroad history, and local flora

and fauna.

HLN: HOW ARE YOUR TALENTS HIGHLIGHTED?

EG: My unique style mixes visual realism with graphic

design. I’m interested in typography and clean lines, yet

admire organic shapes found in nature; and I have fun

blending these opposing aesthetics.

Rafael Blanco

HLN: WHAT INFLUENCED YOUR THEME FOR

“DOROTHEA LANGE”?

RB: Dorothea Lange became well known in the art

world for her [Depression era] photographs, yet never

became as famous as she should have. First, she was

a woman. Second, her subject matter—immigrants

and people in despair—wasn’t popular at all. I

combine studio techniques with street art and used

a monochromatic color scheme to impose a sense of

nostalgia—just like her black and white photography.

Madelyne Joan Templeton

HLN: HOW DID YOU DEPICT PAST, PRESENT,

AND FUTURE?

MJT: In “Native Plants and Patterns”, the rose pattern

vintage wallpaper represents Roseville’s history. The

young female gazing out represents the monumental

importance of present and future youth in the city all

the while reflecting and blending the past into the future

while creating a sense of home and comfort.

S.V. Williams & Molly Devlin

HLN: THIS BEING A COLLABORATION, HOW

DOES “MOTHER’S HARVEST” REPRESENT EACH

OF YOU?

SVW: The artwork reflects a blend of both of our styles.

Our mural depicts a native woman with silver and gold

hair, her body shaped from a trunk of a blue oak tree.

She’s made out of native plants from throughout this

region; the leaves forming her face and hands as she

gathers another native crop—blackberries.

bluelinearts.org/roseville-mural-project

Photos courtesy of the City of Roseville.

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Happiest

Hours

40+

Happy Hour Hangouts

by Luna Anona

Smothered Tots

at BLVD 41

Photo by Ray Burgess.

Whether it’s a fresh and fruity libation, the promise of a

discount on hot wings, or the chance to pause the daily

transition between work life and home life with some

spirited socializing, happy hour is a beloved tradition. Here’s

a roundup of some of the best places to spend your next one.

BLVD 41

Vibe: Choose your own adventure at this

casual wood-fired pizzeria and pub, where

you can select your favorite dressings and

toppings to pair with as much craft beer

and wine as you’d like to sample.

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HAPPIEST HOURS

Grilled Street Corn at

Folsom Tap House

Hours: Monday-Friday, 3-6 p.m.

Try this: Tots are the quintessential

comfort food and they’re absent from

enough menus that when they appear—

and when they’re done right—it’s magic.

Get the Smothered Tots here, topped

with cheese, bacon, spicy cream sauce,

jalapeños, and green onions. Double down

on the delicious factor with a side of

rosemary garlic sauce.

Enjoy the happy hour discount and help

yourself to one of 41 beers and wines on

draft from the self-serve tap wall where

you can pour as much as you like.

4364 Town Center Boulevard, Suite 134, El Dorado

Hills, 916-235-2337, boulevard41.com

FOLSOM TAP HOUSE

Vibe: The kind of place where you’ll quickly

become a regular, this casual hangout

satisfies all of the typical cheat day pub

cravings plus 22 beers on tap and 12 screens

for sports aficionados.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 3-6 p.m.

Try this: If you haven’t had the Grilled

Street Corn yet, it’s time to do so. Dryrubbed

and rolled in poblano sauce, and

finished with parmesan cheese and cilantro,

this savory dish is the perfect pick for midday

munchies.

Since it’s a tap house, you should probably

trust the curated beer list, like the

category-redefining nitro cream ale from

Mother Earth Brewing Co., Cali Creamin’.

Made with Madagascar vanilla bean, it

offers a delicious cream soda mouthfeel.

25005 Blue Ravine Road, Suite 140, Folsom, 916-

292-5711, folsomtaphouse.com

LAND OCEAN

Vibe: It’s a classic steakhouse in a modern

and lively setting (think casual with a

classy edge).

Hours: Monday-Friday, 3-6 p.m.

Try this: It’s a fact that anything in a puff

pastry is delicious and the Tenderloin

Wellington is no exception. Two juicy cuts

wrapped in flaky goodness with brandy

peppercorn sauce and béarnaise? Yes,

please.

Sparkling grapefruit and silver tequila

make the Paloma a refreshing way to kick

off the evening.

2720 East Bidwell Street, Folsom, 916-983-7000;

1151 Galleria Boulevard, Suite 241, Roseville, 916-

407-5640, landoceanrestaurants.com

MY THAI KITCHEN

Vibe: Beautiful décor, friendly service, and

authentic cooking are the hallmarks of this

beloved Thai restaurant, where the open

kitchen adds sizzle, flash, and fragrance to

your visit.

Hours: 4-6 p.m. daily

Try this: MTK Money Bag, a signature

appetizer of seasoned minced chicken

stuffed into deep-fried egg roll pockets.

Pretend you’re in Bangkok with a cold

glass of Chang, Thailand’s most popular

beer. The light lager pairs well with most

dishes, and it’s just plain refreshing.

1465 Eureka Road, Suite 140, Roseville, 916-781-

7811, eatatmythaikitchen.com

PLACERVILLE PUBLIC HOUSE

Vibe: A charming slice of Americana, this

spirited social spot offers elevated pub

grub in the heart of Placerville.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 3-6 p.m.; all day

Tuesday; Sunday after 6 p.m.

Try this: The only thing better than crispy

kettle chips? When they’re smothered

with beer cheese, carnitas, and salsa.

Order the Pub Nachos now; thank us later.

414 Main Street, Placerville, 530-303-3792,

Photo by Ray Burgess.

placervillepublichouse.com

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OAKWATER AMERICAN BISTRO

Vibe: Farm-to-fork dining in rustic elegance

from the mastermind head chef Daniel

Cote, whose resume includes Yountville’s

Bouchon, Apple Inc., and a Michelin-starred

restaurant.

Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 2-5 p.m.

Try this: It’s hard to pick just one thing, but

the Duck Fat fries might be exactly what

you didn’t know you needed in your life

(until now). Think house-cut potatoes fried

in duck fat and tossed with crispy chicken

skin.

If you like wine and you once had a

childhood love affair with 7-Eleven’s

slurpees, this one’s for you: Wine Slushies.

5540 Douglas Boulevard, Granite Bay, 916-872-

1517, oakwaterbistro.com

TORTILLA FLATS CANTINA

Vibe: Festive and casual eatery with fun

décor and handmade tortillas.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 3-6 p.m.

Try this: Red Chile Chicken Taquitos

are crispy taquitos stuffed with pulled

free-range chicken. Dip ‘em in housemade

avocado crema for an ultra-savory treat.

For those who love margaritas in theory

but find that the sour mix often found in

the green, frosty delights is too sweet,

here’s your new spot. These zesty scratch

margaritas are made from—you guessed

it—scratch.

564 Main Street, Placerville, 530-295-9408,

tortillaflatscantina.com

ROSATI’S

Vibe: Family-centered sports pub with

seven screens known for some of the

tastiest pizza in Roseville.

Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 3-6 p.m.

Try this: Get your wing fix with the Jumbo

Wings, served with your choice of sauce:

spicy garlic, mango habanero, honey BBQ,

parmesan garlic, BBQ, and hot or mild buffalo.

With 14 beers on tap and more than 30

cans and bottles, you almost have to get a

cold one. Stop by on tap takeover Tuesdays,

where local breweries share their frosty

concoctions once a month.

5140 Foothills Boulevard, Suite 110, Roseville, 916-

797-7492, myrosatisroseville.com

RELISH BURGER BAR

Vibe: Bright and casual carnivore’s paradise

with a full bar, plus a sprawling patio with

ample seating.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 3-6 p.m.

Try this: Get a sampling of burgers with the

Kobe Slider Flight: one with bacon, pepper

jack cheese and aioli; one with bacon,

cheddar, and BBQ sauce; and one with

roasted garlic aioli, pepper jack cheese, and

pickled jalapeños.

Don’t forget to check what’s on the rotating

draft list for a taste of seasonal brews

from surrounding craft breweries.

1000 White Rock Road, El Dorado Hills, 916-933-

3111, relishburgerbar.com

BACCHUS HOUSE

Vibe: Don’t let the strip mall surroundings

fool you: this ornately outfitted bistro

specializes in seasonally focused and locally

sourced New American cuisine with global

nods, resulting in polished plates.

Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 4-6 p.m.

Try this: Don’t leave without a taste of the

fall-off-the-bone tender Baby Back Ribs,

slow-roasted and served with housemade

BBQ sauce.

The wine bar is tempting, but so is the

Aphrodite: Raspberry vodka, Chambord,

fresh lemon, and a half-sugar rim for a

dangerously delicious cocktail.

1004 East Bidwell Street, Suite 100, Folsom, 916-

984-7500, bacchushousebistro.com

Kobe Slider Flight

at Relish Burger Bar

Photo by Dante Fontana.

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Ceviche and Pomegranate Margarita

at Mexquite

MEXQUITE

Vibe: Vibrant family-owned Mexican

restaurant in lofty digs with cushy booths and

a colorful patio.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 3-6 p.m.

Try this: Light and fresh, the Ceviche is a

mouthwatering mixture of shrimp and fish

cooked in lime juice, ideal for scooping up

with crispy tortillas. Bonus: you’ll still have

room for dinner, and possibly dessert (tip:

get the churros).

Bring your margarita-enthusiast friends out

for the Pomegranate Margarita, made

with pomegranate tequila and fresh lime juice

with a hint of sweetness from natural agave

nectar. You can order it by the glass or pitcher.

25095 Blue Ravine Road, Folsom, 916-984-8607,

mexquite.com

HAWKS

Vibe: White linens, sleek decor, optional

50-1-50 Slider and Watermelon

Basil Martini at Sienna

tasting menus, and romantic ambiance await

at time-tested Hawks; ideal for date night,

celebrations, or just because.

Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 2:30-6 p.m.;

Wednesdays until 9 p.m.

Try this: What’s so great about wagyu

beef? The finer texture and high degree of

marbling makes this meat so tender that it

melts in your mouth. Enjoy it in the houseground

Hawks Burger served on a buttery

brioche bun.

Pleasantly floral and naturally sweet, the

gin-based Lavender and Honey is a good

choice for something light and aromatic.

5530 Douglas Boulevard, Granite Bay, 916-791-

6200, hawksrestaurant.com

SIENNA

Vibe: Sleek and sophisticated dining

with magical lighting, a superb bar, and

romantic patio.

Hours: 3-7 p.m. daily (Roseville); Monday-

Saturday, 4-7 p.m.; Sunday, 2-7 p.m. (El

Dorado Hills)

Try this: Indulge a little with the jam-packed

50-1-50 Slider that’s a hefty handheld with

prime beef, habanero peppers, bacon, and

crispy onion strings.

A little sweet, a little herby, a lot refreshing—

definitely get the Watermelon Basil

Martini.

3909 Park Drive, El Dorado Hills, 916-941-9694;

1480 Eureka Road, Roseville, 916-771-4700,

siennarestaurants.com

BAR 101 EATS & DRINKS

Vibe: Comfortable corner gathering spot with

a social bar, pool table, 33 taps, and live music,

plus 13 televisions for sports fanatics and an

enormous 10-foot screen.

Hours: Monday-Saturday, 3-6 p.m.

Try this: Here’s one for the pickle fans who

normally have to hope for a pickle garnish

with their pub entree: Fried Pickle Chips,

are little briny slices of flavor with just the

right amount of crunch. Savor them plain or

dip them in the accompanying house-made

chipotle dipping sauce.

Pick your favorite flavor—raspberry, cherry,

orange, citrus, or pineapple—with the

versatile Bar 101 Cooler Tini, a signature

fruity vodka-based libation.

101 Main Street, Roseville, 916-774-0505,

bar101roseville.com

LA PROVENCE

Vibe: The quintessential “treat yourself”

establishment: upscale French countryside

fare in a romantic and elegant setting.

Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 4-7 p.m.

Try this: Spinach and artichoke dip just got

better—at La Provence, it’s fondue. Made

with goat cheese and paired with flatbread,

this dreamy app is the perfect post-work

pick-me-up.

Bourbon, sweet vermouth, a splash of cherry

juice and two cherries will have you saying oui

oui to the Paris in Manhattan.

110 Diamond Creek Place, Roseville, 916-789-

2002, laprovenceroseville.com

THE MONK’S CELLAR

Vibe: With décor best described as wood,

brick, and barrels, this no-frills brewery and

public house offers a taste of Belgium and

sense of community.

Hours: 3-6 p.m. daily

Try this: Reuben fries and house-made

pretzel bites are among the munchie-friendly

Photos by Ray Burgess.

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Fondue and

Paris in Manhattan

at La Provence

Photo by Dante Fontana.

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HAPPIEST HOURS

menu, but the house-made sausages are

worth the trip alone. Try two of your choosing

in the Sausage Sampler, served with

pickled onions and mustard.

You can’t go wrong with any of their house

beers. Start off with the Biere Blanche

which earned The Monk’s Cellar second place

at the California State Fair in 2018, and with

good reason: the subtle orange peel and

coriander flavors make it light, fresh, and great

for sipping on a warm day.

240 Vernon Street, Roseville, 916-786-6665,

monkscellar.com

Crispy Brewhouse Fish Tacos

and Castaway

at Pete's Restaurant & Brewhouse

PETE’S RESTAURANT &

BREWHOUSE

Vibe: A welcoming and laid-back atmosphere

with plenty of seating and a patio with a view.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 3-6 p.m. (runs until 7

p.m. in the bar only)

Try this: Start with the Crispy Brewhouse

Fish Tacos loaded with beer-battered cod,

southwestern slaw, and chipotle aioli to give

it a kick.

A perfect pairing to your tacos is the

Castaway: passion fruit rum, spiced rum,

fresh juices, and pomegranate liqueur.

6608 Folsom-Auburn Road, Folsom, 916-988-

8812, petesrandb.com/folsom-petes

SACRAMENTO PIZZA

COMPANY

Vibe: Enter a casual pizza concept (you pick

your crust, sauce, and toppings) that’s also

crazy fast (pizzas are cooked and served in

six minutes). Expect surprisingly good pies

(they’re full of stuff you picked, after all) in a

trendy minimalist space.

Tacos Camaron and Mango Fresco

Margarita at Zocalo

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 4-9 p.m.

Try this: After building your own pie, sip

on the Panic IPA, with a crisp and pine-y

zing from Sacramento brewery Track 7.

2700 East Bidwell, Suite 500, Folsom, 916-673-

9754, sacpizzaco.com

ZOCALO

Vibe: Here’s what you need to know:

Modern Mexican fare, a legendary patio,

and some of the best margaritas around.

Hours: 3-6 p.m. daily

Try this: Tacos Camaron consists of two

luscious tacos with shrimp sautéed in

garlic and served with chipotle aioli, ham,

pico de gallo, and red cabbage.

Treat yourself to the Mango Fresco

Margarita, a handcrafted tropical ode to

the original, made with organic mango

purée and cucumber liqueur.

1182 Roseville Parkway, Roseville, 916-788-0303,

zocalosacramento.com

UMI SUSHI

Vibe: Cozy and charming sushi spot with

inventive rolls, delectable ramen, and allday

specials.

Hours: Happy hour specials run all day.

Try this: If you’re a fan of anything tempura,

try the Shrimp Tempura Hand Roll,

stuffed with lightly fried and golden shrimp

tempura, avocado, and unagi sauce.

Live a little and down a Sake Bomb, the

classic beer cocktail made by dropping a

shot of sake into a glass of beer.

107 S Harding Boulevard, Suite A, Roseville, 916-

788-8333, umiumiumi.com

BRISAS DO SUL

Vibe: Upscale Brazilian steakhouse

offering a unique dining experience

including endless streams of more than

a dozen cuts and styles of meat, handcarved

tableside.

Hours: 4-7 p.m. daily

Try this: If you like meat, welcome to your

mecca. Try the Medalhão de Filé Mignon,

five pieces of juicy steak with a savory

bacon wrapping.

Thirsty? Branch out from the Moscow Mule

with a Ketel One Guava Mule, sweetly

blended with the distinctive tropical fruit.

380 Palladio Parkway, Suite 305, Folsom, 916-

883-2747, brisasdosul.com

Zocalo photo by Dante Fontana. Pete's Brewhouse photo by Ray Burgess.

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SCOTT’S SEAFOOD

Vibe: A cherished seafood classic, this San

Francisco original offers 40 wines by the

glass, daily specials, a menu for kids as well as

gluten-free patrons, and patio dining in a whitetablecloth

setting.

Hours: Monday, 3-10 p.m.; Tuesday-Friday, 3-7

p.m.; Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday, 4-9 p.m.

Try this: Perfectly golden and lightly crispy on

the outside with a tender center, the Pan-fried

Dungeness Crab Cakes served with a peppy

sriracha aioli are great for sharing (or for keeping

all to yourself).

9611 Greenback Lane, Folsom, 916-989-6711,

scottsseafood.net

LA HUACA

Vibe: Colorful, chic, and contemporary,

this gem serves up gorgeous plates with a

Peruvian twist (think fried plantains, cilantro

sauces, plenty of meat choices, and an

extensive ceviche menu).

Hours: Sunday, Monday, and Thursday-

Saturday, 3-6 p.m. and 8 p.m.-close; all day

Tuesday

Try this: Cassava, or yuca (pronounced yookah),

is a tubular root similar to a potato that’s

high in vitamin C. Get a taste with the Yucas

Rellanas, lightly breaded yuca croquettes

stuffed with mozzarella and served with a side

of Huancaina (slightly spicy cheese sauce).

A little sweet and a little sour, the Pisco Sour

is a classic creamy South American cocktail to

perfectly complement your meal.

9213 Sierra College Boulevard, Suite 140, Roseville,

916-771-2558, lahuacarestaurant.com

WALLY’S PIZZA BAR

Vibe: Expect a sports bar with exceptional pizza,

comfortable seating, and screens. Lots of screens.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 3-6 p.m., 9 p.m. to close

Try this: Is there anything more glorious than

a giant golden-brown pretzel, dusted in salt,

dangling from a hook? Whether you’re a beer

German Pretzel and Dark and

Stormy at Wally's Pizza Bar

Did you know?

Happy hour is banned in eight

US states: Alaska, Indiana,

Massachusetts, North Carolina,

Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Utah,

and Vermont.

The term “Happy Hour” dates

back to the early 1900s and

was a slang term used by the

US Navy to describe various

entertainment activities. It

wasn’t until Prohibition that

Americans began using the

term specifically for drinking.

Happy hour has been illegal in

Ireland since 2003.

Happy Hour Dos:

DRINK. Alcohol dehydrates,

so to avoid that hangover, sip

on water between drinks.

TALK. If you’re with coworkers

you can be tempted to

carry on where you left off at

work, but, instead, show them

who you are outside of work and

find out more about them, too.

EAT. Alcohol on an empty

stomach is a bad idea and

can also lead to a hangover.

That’s what the appetizers and

sharables are there for. So,

dig in!

Happy Hour

Don’ts:

DON’T BE GLUED TO

YOUR PHONE. Doing so is

impolite in any social situation.

DON’T OVERDO IT—with

the drinking, with talk about

your problems at work or at

home, or with overeating.

Photo by Dante Fontana.

DON’T NOT GO. It’s a great

way to blow off some steam,

get to know your friends and

co-workers better, and try out

new restaurants and bars.

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vacation, this one is for you.

316 Vernon Street, Roseville, 916-886-5080,

Stuffed California Avocado and

Cucumber Basil Gimlet

at The Chef's Table

gooseport.com

THE CHEF’S TABLE

Vibe: Go on a culinary adventure at this foodie

haven, with a fresh, modern-American menu

featuring thoughtful flavor pairings and new

spins on favorite dishes.

Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 3-6 p.m.

Try this: Try something other than guac by

dipping pita bread into the Stuffed California

Avocado which features boiled almond

hummus, pickled red radishes, sriracha, and

cumin-toasted benne (sesame seeds).

Pairs perfectly with the refreshing Cucumber

Basil Gimlet that’s sweet, tart, and savory

in one glass, made with lemonade, offering

garden-fresh flavor.

6843 Lonetree Boulevard, Suite 103, Rocklin, 916-771-

5656, thechefstablerocklin.com

cheese or mustard dipper, the German

Pretzel is on point.

If you like rum and ginger beer with lime and

mint, opt for the Dark and Stormy, served in

a copper mug.

4079 Cameron Park Drive, Cameron Park, 530-677-

5205, wallyspizzabar.com

RANGE KITCHEN & TAP

Vibe: Minimalist with rustic farmhouse

charm, Range offers upscale comfort food,

exceptional cheese plates, and thin-crust

pizzas.

Hours: Monday-Saturday, 3-6 p.m.

Try this: Every ingredient in The Forager

pizza keeps getting better: roasted wild

mushrooms, mozzarella and goat cheese,

bacon lardons, and white truffle oil.

Since it’s a tap house, sip on a rotating craft

beer from acclaimed local breweries like

Jackrabbit and The Monk’s Cellar.

1420 East Roseville Parkway, Roseville, 916-865-4317,

rangeroseville.com

NEW GLORY BREWERY &

TAPROOM

Vibe: Casual digs, geometric décor, and an

open kitchen set the stage for enjoying unique

craft beers and elevated pub fare (think fried

avocado street tacos, garlic parmesan fries,

and meatball and ricotta pizza).

Hours: Monday-Friday, 2-6 p.m.

Try this: Perhaps the hallmark dish of any

beer-focused eatery is its Beer Cheese,

and here, it doesn’t disappoint. A little bit

sharp and a little bit nutty, this creamy dip

comes topped with chopped bacon and

green onions, perfect for pairing with the

accompanying tortilla chips.

Sip on New Glory’s Gummy Worms, an

American Pale Ale made with “juicy” Pacific

Northwest hops and “chewy” wheat malt.

Unfined and unfiltered, this tasty brew clocks

in at 5.8 percent ABV.

5540 Douglas Boulevard, Granite Bay, 916-872-1721,

newglorybeer.com

GOOSE PORT PUBLIC HOUSE

Vibe: A casual and social pub with a sports

slant (seven big screens) and 16 beers on tap,

plus a bright dining area and dog-friendly

patio that’s great for groups.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Try this: These Goose Port Fries have

converted even the pickiest French fry

snob. A mix of regular fries and sweet

potato fries, they’re sweet, salty, crispy,

and basically perfect.

Goose Port makes a mean Mai Tai, the

rum-based classic. If you’re in need of a mini-

MILESTONE

Vibe: This artfully rustic hot spot offers a

lengthy list of shareables, new twists on

classic entrées, an impressive selection of

cheese and charcuterie, plus freshly spun

cocktails and plentiful al fresco seating.

Hours: All day Monday; Tuesday-Thursday,

3-6 p.m.; Friday-Sunday, 3-5 p.m.

Try this: Sweet meets savory with the

Brie and Apple Tartine, comprising crusty

sourdough topped with a dreamy melody

of buttery brie, fresh apples, blueberry jam,

walnuts, and honey.

Try the Grapefruit Bar as your drink, which

offers grapefruit juiced to order and mixed

with your favorite spirit (vodka, tequila, gin,

or rum).

4359 Town Center Boulevard, Suite 116, El Dorado Hills,

916-934-0790, milestonerestaurantedh.com

Brie and Apple Tartine at Milestone

The Chef's Table photo by Dante Fontana. Milestone photo by Menka Belgal.

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BRODERICK

Vibe: The quintessential roadhouse with

a huge fry and burger menu, plus classic

milkshakes and vegan options.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 3-6 p.m.

Try This: Get an order (or two) of the

Poutine Fries: hand-cut potatoes topped

with deep-fried cheese curds and housemade

beef gravy.

Order yourself a Hoot & Holler—a shot

and a shorty of beer— to start (or end) your

night strong.

185 Placerville Road, Folsom, 916-986-9785;

1516 Eureka Road, Roseville, 916-771-2722,

broderickroadhouse.com

MIKUNI

Vibe: A long-time staple for classic and

eclectic sushi options that delivers a

consistently top-notch experience.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 2-5 p.m. (Roseville);

2-6 p.m. (Folsom)

Try this: The Illegal Asparagus—blanched

in hot oil and seasoned with sansho

pepper and yuzu salt—is so good that it’s

depressing, mostly because you’ll never be

able to recreate it at home. Don’t skimp on

the accompanying zig zag sauce.

Pair it with the lush and floral lychee fruit

in the Absolut Lychee Shock, a signature

vodka-based cocktail, served with an

umami (savory) button garnish.

1565 Eureka Road, Roseville, 916-797-2112; 185

Placerville Road, Suite 100, Folsom, 916-934-5250,

mikunisushi.com

FAT’S ASIA BISTRO

Vibe: The family that earned an America’s

Classics award from the James Beard

Foundation in 2013 and made it on to the

Michelin Bib Gourmand list earlier this year

brings elevated Chinese fare with high

ceilings, towering indoor palms, and a patio.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 3-7 p.m.; Saturday

and Sunday 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

Try this: Who doesn’t love wing night? Try

the Spicy Korean Chicken Wings from

free-range Petaluma Poultry dipped in

miso sour cream.

Also try Fat’s signature cocktail, Cherry

Blossom, that’s made with cherry and

vanilla vodkas.

2585 Iron Point Road, Folsom, 916-983-1133;

1500, Eureka Road, Roseville, 916-787-3287,

fatsasiabistro.com

36 HANDLES PUBLIC HOUSE

Vibe: Mural-covered walls and a sky-high

ceiling house good-natured fun: darts, a

jukebox, and live music, plus an extensive

menu to satisfy pub cravings.

Hours: 3-6 p.m. daily

Try this: Lightly breaded with a crispy coating

and satisfying crunch, the Zucchini Fries

can’t be missed. Dip them in the house-made

buttermilk dressing for a creamy treat.

A deal on Jameson doesn’t sound too bad

either!

1010 White Rock Road, Suite 100, El Dorado Hills,

916-941-3606, 36handles.com

CHICAGO FIRE

Vibe: A love letter to deep dish Chicago-style

pizza, this specialty shop holds its own with

gourmet pies in a sleek and moody outpost.

Hours: Monday and Tuesday, 4-9 p.m.;

Wednesday and Thursday, 4-6 p.m.; Friday,

3-6 p.m. (Historic Folsom); Monday-Friday,

3-6 p.m. (Palladio and Roseville)

Try this: Indulge in the Great Chicago

Dumpster Fries which are essentially French

fries under a delicious layer of roast beef, spicy

sausage, Giardiniera peppers, beef au jus, and

a habanero drizzle.

Bring a vinophile friend and dive into Wine by

the Glass—white or red.

614 Sutter Street, Folsom, 916-353-0140; 310

Palladio Parkway, Suite 701, Folsom, 916-984-0140;

500 North Sunrise Avenue, Roseville, 916-771-2020,

chicagofire.com

AJI JAPANESE BISTRO

Vibe: Set in stylish and chic digs, this is a

place where every plate is photo-worthy.

Hours: All day Monday; Tuesday-Sunday,

3-6 p.m.

Try this: Start off with the Fried Artichoke

Hearts, a wonderfully indulgent helping

of the vegetable’s meaty cores with a

satisfying crunch.

For something light and aromatic, opt for

the Lavender Press, a lovely gin-based

cocktail made with natural cane sugar,

lemon, and lavender.

4361 Town Center Boulevard, Suite 111, El Dorado

Hills, 916-941-9181, ajibistroedh.com

HACIENDA DEL RIO

Vibe: With more than three decades of

business, this Mexican Folsom original offers

authentic recipes and great lunch specials,

plus live DJs on the weekends, trivia on

Tuesdays, and karaoke on Wednesdays.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 3-6 p.m.

Try this: The Queso is addictive, so tread

carefully. It’s creamy, zesty, and you’ll want to

dip everything you order in it.

When you can’t choose between a margarita

or a beer and it’s been a long week, have

them both. The Coronarita is simply an

upside-down bottle of Corona draining into a

margarita, and yes, it pairs perfectly.

702 Sutter Street, Suite M, Folsom, 916-351-1800,

hacdelrio.com

MYLAPORE

Vibe: This casual and authentic South Indian

vegetarian eatery is hailed for its thali dishes,

wide selection of dosas, and delicious sauces.

Hours: 5-7 p.m. daily

Spicy Korean Chicken Wings and

Cherry Blossom

at Fat's Asia Bistro

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Try this: Best compared to a savory crêpe,

a dosa is a thin, flat layer of cooked rice and

lentil batter, ideal for dipping or stuffing full

of yummy ingredients. Try the Masala Dosa,

served with potato masala, sambar (flavorful

lentil dip), and chutney.

1760 Prairie City Road, Suite 160, Folsom, 916-985-

3500, mylapore.us

THE INDEPENDENT

Vibe: Cocktail-focused outpost with cozy

dining, a shrouded patio with ample seating,

and fresh modern American plates.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 2-6 p.m.

Must-try dish: Swap potatoes for turnips

with the turnip fries, a low-carb option that’s

just as satiating as its counterpart. Tip: pair

them with the cajun BBQ sauce.

Hailed for its crafty libations, mixed drinks is

where the bar really shines. For something

familiar yet different, opt for a glass of Miss

American Rye, a whiskey-based cocktail

with housemade ginger syrup, housemade

ginger beer, and an absinthe kick.

629 Main Street, Placerville, 530-344-7645,

independentplacerville.com

LA CALLE

Vibe: Colorful murals and lights make La

Calle a hip and popular spot.

Hours: Wednesday-Friday, 2:30-6 p.m.

Try this: Fried, yet fresh, give the Shrimp

Poppers a try. Jalapeños stuffed with

cheese and shrimp are wrapped in bacon,

battered, and fried to golden perfection.

This pop won’t stop.

Keep the spice going with the Spicy

Mamacita featuring vodka, house-made

sweet and sour, and fresh-muddled

jalapeños.

6608 Folsom-Auburn Road, Suite 1, Folsom, 916-

293-9677, facebook.com/lacallefolsom

FLIGHTZ

Vibe: Laid-back and unfussy with a wellrounded

offering of wines, plus a sunny patio.

Hours: Tuesday-Thursday and Sunday, 2-6

p.m.; Friday-Saturday, 2-4 p.m.; 8-10 p.m. daily

Try this: Nothing beats a classic yet flavorful

bruschetta. Flightz Bruschetta features

roasted tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, pesto,

and a Cabernet honey balsamic reduction.

You can’t go to Flightz without trying a flight.

Choose one of their Wine Flightz to get a few

tastes of one winery.

3907 Park Drive, Suite 110, El Dorado Hills, 916-805-

5128, flightzwinepub.com

Turnip Fries and Miss American Rye

at The Independent

FLB ENTERTAINMENT CENTER

Vibe: A gathering spot for locals with

plenty of fun including flat screen TVs, dart

boards, pool tables, and more.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 3-6 p.m.

Try this: There’s nothing like digging into

Babo Fish Tacos. Beer-battered cod with

shredded cabbage on a parmesan-crusted

corn tortilla topped with pickled onion,

creamy chipotle sauce, and garnished with

cilantro and lime.

Enjoy the generous happy hour discount

with over 20 beers on tap or a cocktail

made to order.

511 East Bidwell Street, Folsom, 916-983-4411,

flb365.com

BENNETT’S KITCHEN BAR

MARKET

Vibe: A fresh, laid-back interior with the

option to be seated in the bar or casually

hang on the patio while enjoying offerings

from the market counter.

Hours: 3-7 p.m. daily

Try this: The best of both worlds comes

in Corned Beef Tacos. House-braised,

shredded beef in a handmade corn tortilla.

Made with vodka and house-made tomato

water, Tito’s Tomato Martini is a simple yet

flavorful cocktail that pairs perfectly.

1595 Eureka Road, Roseville, 916-750-5150,

bennettskitchen.com

LAZY DOG RESTAURANT & BAR

Vibe: Family-friendly with loads of seating

and a chilled-out atmosphere.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 3-6 p.m.; Sunday-

Thursday, 9 p.m.- 12 a.m.

Try this: Dive into the Coconut Shrimp

Ceviche that’s cured in fresh citrus juices

and coconut milk with fresh veggies.

Bring a few friends and split a pitcher

of Sangria; choose from white peach,

raspberry rosé, or pomegranate red.

300 Palladio Parkway, Folsom, 916-378-4660;

238 Gibson Drive, Roseville, 916-727-6321,

Photo by Dante Fontana.

lazydogrestaurants.com

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From Pinots and pale ales to Sangiovese and stouts,

there’s a variety of beer and wine to be enjoyed by

all. Fortunately, you don’t have to go far to experience

flavors distinctive of the Northern California region.

Whether you’re looking for a libation to make your

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Outbreak Brewing Co.

Outbreak Brewing Company is located in Downtown

Placerville at 640 Main Street. Only a quick walk from the

belltower and close to many other downtown amenities.

We're brewing award winning beers to satisfy many ranges

of beer lovers as we're constantly experimenting with

new styles and ingredients. Things to

expect this summer: A new Double IPA,

American Wheat with Cherries, and

Peppered Kolsch. Love live music? At

Outbreak we have the privilege of having

musicians from all over the country play

at our venue. Stay tuned on social media

to see whats coming next!

640 Main St. • Placerville

530-748-3258 • outbreakbrewing.com


Distant Cellars

Experience Distant Cellars…1.2 Miles from E-16 in Amador

County, California… on Ostrom Road …on the way to

Fiddletown is where you will find this hidden gem. Distant

Cellars Winery. Ostrom Road is magnificent. Lined with old

homestead farms one senses the rich history of this renowned

gold rush region.Inspired by the rich terroir, Distant Cellars

produces small lots of wines exhibiting

the unique characteristics of the

Fiddletown AVA. We invite you to come

experience the wines and enjoy a bit of

history in every bottle. Check website for

days and hours of operations.

21390 Ostrom Rd., Fiddletwon, CA

209-245-8587 • www.distantcellars.com

Thur-Sun 10:30-5:30 •

Miraflores Winery

Escape the hectic pace of everyday life….Visit Miraflores this

summer & indulge in our annual Summer Pairings, offering

four course lunches with expertly paired wines while

sitting under our covered patio, overlooking our 42 acres of

vineyards. These lunches, prepared by incredible chefs such

as Adam Schulze from Sacramento’s top restaurant, Waterboy

and Aimal Formoli of Formoli’s Bistro and Red Rabbit, just to

name a few, are offered every weekend

June 29th through September 30th. While

you’re here, taste one of our many 90 plus

point Wine Spectator or Wine Enthusiast

rated wines, including estate Zinfandels,

Malbecs, Tempranillos, Syrahs, Viognier,

and many more!

2120 Four Springs Trail • Placerville

530-647-8505 • mirafloreswinery.com


Element 79 Vineyards

We are not just a winery, we are a country club for wine

drinkers! A visit to our family owned winery provides the

opportunity to not just taste our wines, but experience them.

Whether you choose to taste a flight, take a vineyard tour,

enjoy a picnic lunch or stroll through the vines, you’ll find

yourself immersed in a winery visit like no other. Like those

that discovered the magic of our beautiful area many years

ago, you can discover gold of your own

in a bottle of award winning wine and an

experience you won’t soon forget.

Stunning Views • Award Winning Wines

Elegant Tasting Room • Small Food Plates

EV Charger on Site

7350 Fairplay Road • Somerset • 530-497-0750 • element79vineyards.com


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Lone Buffalo Vineyards

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whites backed by over forty years of

winemaking experience. Enjoy tasting

Fri-Sunday, noon-5pm at our Wise Road

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7505 Wise Rd., Auburn, CA

530-823-1159 • www.lonebuffalovineyards.com

Fri-Sun 12-5 •

Bricks Eats & Drinks

Nine years and counting on historical Main Street in

Placerville! We attribute our success to the community

that keeps coming back for great food, creative libations,

conversations and smiles! We thank our patrons for the

continual support and positive reviews, sharing this place with

your friends and family. We are looking forward to seeing you

and yours the next time you are looking for a spot to eat in

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Cascada Restaurant & Cantina

We have had the pleasure of being part of the Placerville

community for 11 years now. Cascada continues to strive to

give our patrons the best dining experience possible. We

serve an eclectic mix of Mexican favorites and California

fresh cuisine with a Latin flair in an upscale, urban setting

without the upscale price. Our full bar is anchored with

local wines and specialty margaritas made with premium

tequilas and fresh squeezed lime juice. Our friendly and

professional staff serve lunch and

dinner seven days a week. So stop

by and have some fun. We look

forward to seeing you.

384 Main Street • Placerville

530-344-7757 • cascadainplacerville.com

Amador Uncorked Wine Tours

Enjoy private wine tasting tours operated by a Certified

Sommelier, Justin, The Conductor. Amador Uncorked provides

the best wine tour experience for wine enthusiasts touring

Amador and El Dorado County wineries by working with

responsible and knowledgeable guides who are experts in

the local wine scene. Create a custom itinerary or go with the

flow and see what wine country has for you! Your guide will

share their knowledge with you, your

friends and travelers of the Sierra Nevada

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Cante Ao Vinho

Tasting Room and Wine Bar

Cante Ao Vinho, meaning “sing to the

wine” in Portuguese, are the wines

of the Farinha Family Winery which

enjoys making wine in the Old World

style. These award winning wines are

produced by wine makers Frank and

Tom Farinha who have been making

wine together for over 40 years. We

are devoted to offering a variety of

the finest hand-crafted wines and

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5250 Front St • Rocklin

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The Breakroom

The Breakroom offers a wide variety

of your favorite beer and wine! We

rotate taps to give you a new selection

every week while holding onto the

community favorites. Our wine

selection is hand selected based off our

customers interests. There's something

for everyone at the The Breakroom.

4131 South Shingle Rd. #7 • Shingle Springs

530-763-6761 • breakroomeatery.com


Iverson Vineyards

Iverson Vineyards & Winery is a true

boutique winery producing fewer than

3,000 cases a year of estate wines.

Their focus is on high quality wine,

barrel to barrel. They also produce

flavored Sparkling,

Pomegranate,

Raspberry, and

Almond wines, as

well as Port.

8061 Perry Creek Road • Fair Play

530-620-7474 • iversonwinery.com


Oakstone Winery

Oakstone Winery is one of the premium wineries of the

Sierra Foothills located in the heart of the Fair Play AVA,

where rolling hillsides emphasize the warm days and cool

nights that produce wines of unusual intensity. Come and

taste our multiple award-winning wines and enjoy the view

from our second story deck. The Best

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Oakstone Winery, home of Obscurity

Cellars. We are open Wednesday

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forward to seeing you soon!

6470 Irish Acres Rd., Fair Play

530-620-5303 • www.oakstone-winery.com


J.J. Pfister Distilling Company

Premium. Organic. Hand-crafted Spirits

From humble beginnings to a brand new distillery, the

J.J. Pfister story spans more than 170 years. Our icon, the

knitting machine combined with a copper still, marries

our past, present, and future as we carry on the family

tradition of excellence. Spirits are individually handcrafted

and stamped with an organic certification. We

offer premium, award winning spirits with exceptional

point ratings 95 and above. Our sophisticated tasting room

provides an experience into the world of premium spirits

through tastings and tours. Potato Vodka. Capitol Gin.

Drakas. Rum. Apple Brandy.

Fri. 4-7, Sat. 2-7, Sun. 2-5

9819 Business Park Dr. • Sacramento • 916-672-9662 • www.jjpfister.com


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Sierra Vista Vineyards and Winery

Close your eyes and imagine being in the Côtes du Rhône or

Bordeaux regions of France. You're on rolling acres of ancient

rooted vineyards with topography, soils and altitudes that

grow some of the best grapes in the world. Keep them closed

and imagine having an array of your favorite wines served

to you by a professional staff member. When you visit Sierra

Vista Vineyards and Winery, your imagination comes to life.

You'll be surrounded by a panoramic view of the same rolling

acres you just imagined. You also enjoy a stunning view of the

Sierra Nevada's snow capped Pyramid Peak.

Sierra Vista has way more than the magnificent views. It

started in 1972 as they pioneered the way for most of today's

Sierra foothills wineries. The legacy of their premium grapes

and fine artisan wine making skills continue to make some of

your favorite award winning wines.

It only gets better from here. There are new young owners taking

the helm that impress even the most particular skeptics with

innovative, unique and exciting ideas to enhance the beautiful

property. The staff that has been assembled is one of the most

cohesive, unified teams of experienced professionals you'll find

from around the foothills. When you arrive at Sierra Vista, you will

be treated as family as they eagerly tell you about the upcoming

music events, wine pairings & the membership plans. "We are

incredibly grateful to be part of the Sierra Vista family!" The new

wines that they are producing are already getting the attention of

the guests with their elegant style, their

upcoming 3 tier sparkling wines and more.

Put this on your list to stop in frequently

and experience the fun, exciting and family

& friends atmosphere. Sierra Vista is a

dream come true.​

4560 Cabernet Way • Placerville • 530-622-7221

/Sierra Vista Vineyards and Winery

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SPECIAL ADVERTISING

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BREWERY & WINERY

VINEYARD & BREWERY

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FEATURING NEW CRAFT BEERS EVERY MONTH

During the month of August we’ll be tapping

Knee Deep, a local microbrewery known for it’s

hoppy beers located in Auburn.

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| editor’s picks |

BOOZY BUYS

20

BEER

& WINE

FINDS

BY ALESANDRA VELEZ

COOPERAGE BREWING COMPANY ‘COTTY BY NATURE’ (14oz) $7.50

Final Gravity Taproom & BottleShop, 9205 Sierra College Boulevard, Suite 100, Roseville.

916-782-1166, finalgravitybeer.com

Pub Trivia every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.

JUNE 2019 GOLD FOIL COVER

BREWERY PASSPORT $16

Sacramento Beer Frontier,

sacbeerfrontier.com

PAINT AND SIP WINE $35 (2-hour class)

$45 (3-hour class)

Pinot's Palette, 2210 Sunset Boulevard, Suite

120, Rocklin. 916-772-9463, pinotspalette.

com/rocklin

CALIFORNIA

BREWERS FESTIVAL

ON SATURDAY,

SEPTEMBER 21 $45

(general admission) $75

(VIP admission)

Discovery Park, 1600

Garden Highway,

Sacramento.

calbrewfest.com

Festival hours for general

admission are 1-5 p.m.

(VIP begins at noon).

Sacramento Beer Frontier Brewery Passport photo by Ray Burgess. Other photos

courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.

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FIFTY PLACES TO DRINK BEER BEFORE

YOU DIE BY CHRIS SANTELLA $25

Spin, 417 Roseville Square, Roseville. 916-784-7746

Woodstoves - Gas Stoves - Fireplaces

Women’s Boutique - Unique Home Décor and Gifts

4496 Missouri Flat Rd. - Placerville

530-622-9338

COOLER BACKPACK $40

Moksa Brewing Co., 5860 Pacific Street, Rocklin.

916-824-1366, moksabrewing.com

Photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.

INDULDGE IN SOME WINE AND BEER

AND STEP UP TO THE MIC!

The Wine Smith Wine & Beer Boutique, 346 Main

Street, Placerville. 530-622-0516, thewinesmith.com

Open seven days a week, with open mic every

Thursday night.

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| editor’s picks |

OUT OF BOUNDS

BREWING

COMPANY 6-PACK

‘COWBELL

BLONDE’ (12oz)

$9.99

4-PACK ‘JUICED

GRAPEFRUIT

DOUBLE IPA’ (16oz)

$17.99

Out of Bounds Craft

Kitchen & Biergarten,

13407 Folsom

Boulevard, Suite D,

Folsom. 916-357-5250,

outofboundsbrewing.

com

Live summer music on the

Biergarten Stage Saturday

nights and Sunday

afternoons.

BSG HOPS CENTENNIAL PELLET HOPS

(8oz) $10.49

TRUEBREW HOMEBREW KIT $79.95

The Brewmeister, 802A Reading Street, Folsom.

916-985-7299, shopbrewmeister.com

PERSONALIZED WINE SERVING TRAY $85

Uncommon Goods. uncommongoods.com

BOTTLE OPENER BY

GATHER $24

‘WINE-DER WOMAN’

T-SHIRT BY BELLA

(custom order) $20

Gather Studio and

Marketplace, 8870 Auburn

Folsom Road, Suite B,

Granite Bay. 916-872-1316,

gatherstudioandmarket.com

If you’re looking for your next favorite bar or pub,

check out TapHunter, an app that offers you a

variety of local pubs, taprooms, breweries, and

bars within your area.

taphunter.com

Gather Studio and Marketplace photos by Ray Burgess. Other photos courtesy of their respective

companies or organizations.

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GLASS CAN $4

GLASS GROWLER $13

BULLET BOTTLE OPENER $18 Knee Deep

Brewing Co., 13395 New Airport Road, Suite H,

Auburn, 530-797-4677, kneedeepbrewing.com

F A T'S

ASIA BISTRO

FARM-TO-CHOPSTICKS

MODERN ASIAN CUISINE. TIMELESS TRADITION.

2585 Iron Point Road

Folsom 916-983-1133

fatsbistro.com

1500 Eureka Road

Roseville 916-787-3287

CHOCOLATE

SILK WINE

BOTTLE

TRAY WITH

CHOCOLATE

SLAB $34.95

The Chocolate

Architect,

250 Palladio

Parkway, Suite

1335, Folsom,

916-966-9006,

chocsilk.com

Photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.

CORK POPS VINO 911 RED

WINE STAIN REMOVER $6

corkpops.com

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Introducing

Q&A

WITH LOCAL COMPANIES

PHOTOS BY DANTE FONTANA

One Light Ahead

3017 DOUGLAS BOULEVARD, ROSEVILLE,

916-201-5146, ONELIGHTAHEAD.COM,

@ONELIGHTAHEAD

SERVICES OR PRODUCTS YOU OFFER: Coaching,

consulting, and seminars.

WHAT YOU ENJOY MOST ABOUT YOUR PROFESSION:

I absolutely love empowering lives to shine, creating

customized transformational experiences, and

guiding others to achieve their desired results.

FUN FACT ABOUT YOUR COMPANY: Women- and

family-owned business since 2011. Now operating in

Tennessee as well.

FIRST JOB: Office admin at a public defender’s office.

FAVORITE FOOD: Pasta.

LAST BIG PURCHASE: Dodge Ram.

WHEN NOT WORKING, YOU CAN BE FOUND:

Dancing, reading, studying, traveling, and spending

time with family.

YOU LOVE LIVING HERE, BECAUSE: Although I was

born in Southern California, I truly matured through

my Sacramento State Bachelors and William Jessup

Masters experiences, and the school of hard knocks

in business in Northern California. I even met my

husband through the Roseville Area Chamber. We

are thankful our grandchildren, and the fact that

most of our children, and some extended family all

live nearby as well.

April Ballestero

Zach and Lisa Hansen

Growing Brilliant

Preschool

FOLSOM, ROSEVILLE, AND NATOMAS,

GROWINGBRILLIANT.COM

SERVICES OR PRODUCTS YOU OFFER: Infant, toddler,

preschool and school age programs.

WHAT YOU ENJOY MOST ABOUT YOUR PROFESSION:

The families and staff who we get to work with on a

daily basis! They are the best.

FUN FACT ABOUT YOUR COMPANY: We have goats,

chickens, chameleon, fish, and about 30 other

animals!

FIRST JOB: Teacher.

FAVORITE FOOD: Sushi.

LAST BIG PURCHASE: Camper.

WHEN NOT WORKING, YOU CAN BE FOUND: Having

fun with our daughter.

YOU LOVE LIVING HERE, BECAUSE: The people and

the weather. We are from Wisconsin and this state

is amazing.

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| health & wellness |

A

S I G H T

F O R S O R E

E Y E S

7 Tips for

Optimal

Eye Health

by KOURTNEY JASON

As you’re reading this, let me give you a quick reminder: blink! Shawn Palmer, M.D., an eye

physician and surgeon in Folsom, says forgetting to blink is one of the most common mistakes

we’re making when it comes to taking care of our eyes. “You may notice your eyes feeling

dry after staring at a screen or reading for a long time,” he says. Other common concerns?

“Skipping eyelash hygiene, especially if you’re wearing mascara; not wearing your sunglasses,

even on cloudy days and in the winter; and thinking you don’t need safety glasses,” he states.

Keep reading for seven simple tips to maintain optimal eye health. You won’t want to turn a

blind eye to this advice.

GET YOUR EYES CHECKED EVERY YEAR

Dr. Jennifer Wademan, O.D., eye doctor and owner of Bidwell Optometry, says your check-ups

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should be prioritized. “How important is

your vision? Most people would say it is

their most important sense, yet they go

years without eye exams, updating glasses

and contacts or just plain ignore symptoms

that could indicate eyesight problems.”

How often should you get checkups?

“Your eyes should have a routine

vision check once every year, unless

recommended otherwise by your

optometrist, or, if you notice changes in

your vision such as blurred vision, flashes

of light, floaters or black spots,” says Amber

Bingham, optician at Roseville Vision Center.

And it’s never too early to start taking care

of your vision. Optometrists can examine

children as young as six months old, unless

otherwise directed by your pediatrician.

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KNOW THAT YOUR PHYSICAL HEALTH

IMPACTS YOUR EYE HEALTH

“Diseases such as diabetes, high blood

pressure, high cholesterol, and thyroid

problems directly affect your eyes,” says

Bingham. “If you aren’t managing these

diseases and being compliant by taking

medications and making lifestyle changes, it

can have irreversible consequences.”

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BE DILIGENT WITH WEARING

SUNGLASSES

“Sunglasses are necessary to block harmful

UV rays that can lead to premature

cataracts. They protect the delicate skin

around our eyes from being burned, which

can lead to skin cancer. Your eyes also

need protection from the sun and can get

sunburnt as well,” states Bingham. When

purchasing sunglasses, Dr. Palmer suggests

to look for ones that block out 100 percent

of both UVA and UVB radiation.

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| health & wellness |

LOCAL

OPTOMETRISTS

AND EYEWEAR

SITE FOR SORE EYES,

404 Blue Ravine, Suite 400,

Folsom, 916-983-9985,

siteforsoreeyes.com/folsomlocation;

eye care; eye exams;

designer and value eyewear;

walk-ins welcome

BIDWELL OPTOMETRY,

2545 East Bidwell Street, Suite

160, Folsom, 916-983-0896,

bidwelloptometry.com; eye

care; eye exams; eyewear

EYECHICKS EYEWEAR,

3755 Taylor Rd, Loomis,

916-489-1110, eyechicks.

com; capsule collection and

artisan eyewear; after-hour

appointments; concierge

services

VIEWPOINT

OPTOMETRY, 8630 Sierra

College Boulevard, Suite

100, Roseville, 916-791-2526,

viewpointoptometry.com;

eye care; eye exams; eye wear;

walk-ins welcome for frames

and lenses

DR. SHAWN MCDONALD,

2802 Mallard Lane,

Placerville, 530-626-8440,

drmcdonald.com; eye care;

eye exams; latest eye wear

EL DORADO HILLS

OPTOMETRIC CENTER,

1011 St. Andrews Drive, Suite F,

El Dorado Hills, 916-933-5535,

edhoptometriccenter.net; eye

care; eye exams; eye wear

EYECENTER

OPTOMETRIC, Five Star

Boulevard, Suite 100A,

Rocklin, 916-624-2020;

421 Blue Ravine, Suite 300,

Folsom, 916-983-1066,

eyecenteroptometric.com; eye

care; eye exams (adult and

pediatric); specialty eyewear

EAT A HEALTHY DIET

Dark leafy greens, colorful vegetables, and fish oils aid in keeping

your eyes strong and help fight against certain diseases, including

macular degeneration, says Dr. Allisyn Feucht, O.D. at El Dorado

Hills Optometric Center. If you are suffering from dry eye, Dr.

Wademan suggests adding an omega-3 supplement to your diet.

“Diet is monumental,” she asserts.

BE WARY OF EYE DROPS

“Not all over-the-counter drops are good for your eyes,” Bingham

cautions. “Usually redness to the conjunctiva (or white part) of

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your eye is a sign there may be something

going on, such as dry eyes, allergies, or an

infection. Drops, like Visine, don’t correct

the problem—they mask it by ‘getting

the red out.’ Speak with your optometrist

about what drops will work best for you.”

STEP AWAY FROM THE SCREENS

“When we’re focusing on our phones and

screens for long periods of time, we tend

not to blink as often and our eyes dry

out,” Dr. Feucht says. “Screens can cause

eye strain and we need to

take breaks from the

long periods of time

we spend in front

of them.”

As for the

pesky blue light

emitted from

screens? It can lead

to eye discomfort

and make it harder to

fall asleep. “Blue-light-blocking filters

on screens or in glasses can be helpful

to protect the eyes and to view screens

more comfortably,” she adds.

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- stock.adobe.com.

MAINTAIN YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS

“Have your prescription glasses and

contact lenses checked every year,”

suggests Dr. Feucht. Typically, glasses

prescriptions expire two years after the

refraction, or prescription check, while

contact lens prescriptions expire in

one year. Since contact lenses come in

contact with the eye, they do come with

more risks than glasses. “Contact lenses

need to be cared for diligently and differ

depending on the length of wear-time. If

contact lenses are over-worn, the risk of

complications and eye infections goes

up,” she says. “It is important to follow

instructions with contact lenses and

if something does not feel right, get it

checked right away.”

Esthetic Reflections

In Dentistry

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| home & garden |

A Movie

Under the Stars

Tips for Your At-Home Outdoor Cinema by KERRIE L. KELLY, FASID

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Other photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.

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Since we're in California where the weather allows us to

be outdoors most of the year, there is every reason to

not only swim, eat, and lounge outdoors but entertain al

fresco, too. While you could choose to dance or sing with

friends and family, there is something very magical about watching

movies outdoors. The big screen, snuggling under blankets when it

gets chilly, and being able to grab whatever you like to eat or drink

from the house or outdoor kitchen are just some of the reasons to

try this at home. A backyard film-screening party can involve the

whole neighborhood or be a causal romantic evening for two. Either

way, the thoughtful touches really make it a night to remember.

Check out these entertaining and design elements to shape your

outdoor theater and then get outfitted with all the gear you need to

make movie magic in your very own backyard.

String Italian lights overhead to provide just the right amount of

illumination while allowing viewers to take in the show effortlessly.

If you don’t have a screen to project upon, use a couple of ironed,

white, flat bedsheets strung between two poles to create one.

Alternatively, if you have a solid outdoor wall, consider projecting

upon it.

Create a refreshment center using vintage ice coolers or metal side

tables to support a bevy of beverage choices to take you through the

evening. A root beer or orange float station is never a bad idea—the

fizzy soda mixed with ice cream and sprinkles speaks to kids and

adults alike.

Create a walkway with candle-filled lanterns. The subtle flicker adds

to the ambience and helps guests see their way to and from the

house.

Make freshly popped popcorn (I love air-popped with butter and

salt!) with tasty additions like M&Ms and nuts. Guests can create

their own salty-sweet mix to indulge in during the movie.

Provide plush oversized throw pillows and blankets so everyone

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| home & garden |

"OUR HAPPY PLACE" INDOOR/

OUTDOOR PILLOW $37.99,

Not Too Shabby,

729 Sutter Street, Folsom,

916-985-8979, nottooshabbyshop.com

CUSTOM BUILT COOLER STAND,

$250 (prices vary for custom orders) at

GH Woodworks,

707 Sutter Street, Folsom,

916-747-9984,

facebook.com/GHWoodworks

LANTERNS, $11.99 and $13.99 at

Luxe Living,

728 Sutter Street, Folsom,

facebook.com/LuxeFolsom

CARAMEL POPCORN,

$6.50 at Snook’s Candies and

Chocolate Factory,

731 Sutter Street, Folsom,

916-985-0620, snookscandies.com

ROASTING STICKS

(bundle of eight), $49.99 at

MalloMe, mallome.com

TETON SPORTS FAHRENHEIT

SLEEPING BAG, $64.99 at

Sportsman’s Warehouse,

6640 Lonetree Boulevard,

Rocklin, 916-782-9900,

sportsmans.com

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can get comfy. Outdoor, fade-proof and

moisture-resistant fabrics allow for

worry-free use on lawns and hardscape.

Burn citronella candles or keep other

bug-repelling sprays on hand.

Let kids curl up in sleeping bags during

the movie—if they fall asleep, no problem.

Roast s’mores together over a fire pit

or barbeque before or after the show.

The experience will be both tasty and

memorable.

Don’t forget to hang a fun banner

over the screen to add the perfect

celebratory feel!

So, gather your pillows, blankets, snacks, and

a stack of your favorite flicks to kickstart

your outdoor theater in style.

Kerrie L. Kelly, FASID, is an awardwinning

interior designer, author,

product developer, and multimedia

consultant helping brands reach

the interior design community. To

contact her, visit kerriekelly.com or

call 916-919-3023.

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Kerrie L. Kelly photo courtesy of KKDL. Other photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.


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Eat & Drink

Inside

DINING SPOTLIGHT:

Buckhorn BBQ

FOODIE FIND:

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THE HOT LIST:

Indulgent Ice Creams

TASTE:

Back-to-School Recipes

MINT CHOCOLATE CHIP ICE CREAM IN

A CHOCOLATE-DIPPED WAFFLE CONE

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FACTORY. SEE PAGE 95

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SIP ON THIS:

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Family Feast

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Buckhorn

BBQ

BY LORN RANDALL // PHOTOS BY MENKA BELGAL

Gluttony: noun - habitual greed or excess in eating, or one who eats so much

delicious BBQ they are unable to move from the table. I unabashedly admit to

the latter (and the former for that matter) after

trying to eat my way through an appetizer,

"AT THIS POINT, I

salad, an assortment of sides and the “Family Feast” at

Buckhorn BBQ.

FEEL LIKE IF I HAVE

Located at the Palladio in Folsom this is a new venture

from the owners of the venerable Buckhorn Steakhouse

TO TELL YOU IT WAS

in Winters, a small-town jewel wildly popular for their GOOD, YOU HAVEN’T

proteins—especially their tri-tip (more on that later). Upon

entering the restaurant, it just feels like a fun place. To your BEEN PAYING

right is the “Fire Bar,” an open kitchen bar concept where

ATTENTION (AND

you can sit, eat, and watch the chefs prepare items from

the Fire Bar menu. I took a menu and sat at a table in the YES, IT WAS)."

back so I could peruse it slowly as the smell of smoked

meat began to work on my brain’s portion control setting

almost immediately.

I started with the Roadhouse Salad. I figured I’d better get something healthy in early

because by now that brain PC setting was in uncharted waters. The salad was a smart

choice not only for health reasons but also because it was just plain good—fresh greens,

cherry tomatoes, string beans, sweet waluts, blue cheese crumbles—perfect pre-pig out

fare. Next out were Bacon Wrapped Jalapeño Poppers (only on the Fire Bar menu)—lip

singeing, porky pillows of pleasure and pain with a sriracha aoli dipping sauce

And then the main event—the Family Feast. Three types of meat and three sides

plus cornbread muffins or rolls. I asked manager Nia about the tri-tip; “It’s aged 21 days,

wet marinated then charred, then dry rubbed with our secret Mossman seasoning

and smoked to a perfect medium rare. And the Pulled Pork is a 20-hour process,” she

continued, “eight hours in the marinade and 12 hours in the smoker.” Their ribs get a dry

rub and a three-hour smoke. Four different home-made sauces are served tableside with

an explanation (and a fun demonstration) by your server.

At this point, I feel like if I have to tell you it was good, you haven’t been paying

attention (and yes, it was). Stop by and have some, you’ll be glad you did.

Top to bottom: Bacon Wrapped Jalapeño

Poppers, Roadhouse Salad, Fire Bar, Skewers

(Avocado, Chicken Thigh and Pork Belly)

HOURS: 11 a.m.–9:05 p.m.

(Monday-Thursday),

11a.m.-10:05 p.m.

(Friday), 10 a.m.-10:05

p.m. (Saturday), 10 a.m.-

9:05 p.m. (Sunday)

TRY THIS: Red mashers

and gravy, flatbreads,

char-roasted tri-tip,

family feast, Jake’s

Yummy Beans, black

pepper baby back ribs,

burnt ends, spring mix

fruit & nut salad, black

bean veggie burger

DRINKS: Full bar,

specialty cocktails, craft

beers, house margaritas

TAB: $$

HEADS-UP: Weekend

brunch (10 a.m.-2 p.m.),

outdoor patio, happy

hour (weekdays, 3-6

p.m.), kid’s menu, takehome

whole tri-rip,

catering available soon,

Fire Bar menu includes

small plates, skewers,

flatbreads and s’mores

250 PALLADIO PARKWAY, SUITE 1339, FOLSOM,

916-496-9649, BUCKHORNGRILL.COM

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FOODIE FIND

Andrew's BLT

Coffee Republic

Other

Scrumptious

Sandwich

Shops

COFFEE REPUBLIC

6610 Folsom-Auburn Road,

Suite 2, Folsom, 916-987-8001,

coffeerepublicfolsom.com

Lexi's Cali

Hot Pastrami

WINDPLAY DELI

5003 Windplay Drive, Suite 1, El

Dorado Hills, 916-933-9099

BIG APPLE BAGELS

2209 Francisco Drive, Suite 160,

El Dorado Hills, 916-936-4343,

bigapplebagels.com

MAIN STREET MELTERS

589 Main Street, Placerville, 530-303-

3871, mainstreetmelters.com

TIMMY’S BROWN BAG

451 Main Street, Suite 10, Placerville,

530-303-3203, timmysbrownbag.

com

JOE’S COFFEE & DELI

2531 Merrychase Drive, Cameron

Park, 530-350-7788

Fisher's Sandwich Shop // Raise your hand if a deli sandwich is one of your top choices for lunch. Or

dinner. Or a snack. There are always places to grab a sandwich, but when you find that perfect deli with outstanding customer

service, you know you’ve hit the sandwich jackpot. Fisher’s Sandwich Shop is a clear winner and one you need to try ASAP.

Art and Carmen Fisher, along with their kids, run three, successful local delis (Roseville, Rocklin, and Antelope). If you’re

lucky enough to have their son Alex help you, you’ll walk out with a smile on your face and a delicious sandwich in your

hand. They pride themselves on serving the finest quality meats and ingredients, including Certified Angus Beef and fresh,

homemade aioli, and horseradish. Bread is baked fresh daily, and soups and salads are also offered along with a kid’s menu.

Interestingly, some of their sandwiches are named after family members, like Lexy’s Cali Hot Pastrami (Pastrami,

bacon, cream cheese, avocado. Yum!), and Andrew’s BLT. One is even named after their dog, Maxx, which has Certified

Angus roast beef, bbq sauce, and cheddar cheese. You can also build your own sandwich, which is what I did. Dutch

crunch roll, turkey, and, of course, their amazing aioli, which Alex had made that morning. It was pure perfection. Next time

I’m getting the tri-tip sandwich which is a top seller. 7451 Foothills Boulevard, Suite 190, Roseville, 916-771-3800 —Julie Ryan

Photo by Taylor Gillespie

GUY’S FOR LUNCH

1249 Pleasant Grove Boulevard,

Roseville, 916-740-8424,

guysforlunch.com

BETTER FOODS DELI

900 Douglas Boulevard,

Roseville, 916-782-2841,

betterfoodsdeli.com

THE LITTLE BELGIUM

DELI & BEER BAR

780 Lincoln Way, Auburn, 530-820-

3056, littlebelgiumdeli.wordpress.

com

—Compiled by Tara Mendanha

Coffee Republic photo by Gary Zsigo.

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Hangman's Tree Ice Cream Saloon Niche Ice Cream Miabella Gelato

Sweet Dozen Cones

THE

The Niche Ice

Cream in Folsom

scoops up a variety

of ice creams but

also offers The

Ponchik—a fresh

glazed donut stuffed

with ice cream

and toppings. No

doubt, the Zentastic

Ponchik will put you

in the right mindset—

you’re eating ice

cream in a donut after

all. Sweet green tea

ice cream is sealed

in a warm donut

alongside almonds

or coconut flakes.

thenicheicecream.com

Hot

A Folsom favorite

and staple in

the community

since 1963,

Snook’s Candies

and Chocolate

Factory serves up

homemade candies

and chocolates,

but did you know

they also offer ice

cream? Take a seat

and enjoy a helping

of Mint Chocolate

Chip Ice Cream in a

Chocolate-Dipped

Waffle Cone while

people-watching on

bustling Sutter Street.

snookscandies.com

LIST

Inspired by a popular

Hungarian pastry,

Sweet Dozen Cones in

Folsom takes donuts

to the next level, by

making them into

a cone and filling it

with soft serve ice

cream. Their Apple

Pie a la Mode Sweet

Cone is loaded with

ice cream, apple pie

filling, caramel, and

granola making it the

apple of my eye. Their

portions are shareable

so be sure to bring

a friend—if you are

willing to share!

sweetdozen.com

Snook’s Candies and Chocolate Factory

Indulgent Ice Creams

SHARE YOUR FAVORITE ICE CREAMS WITH US AT INFO@STYLEMG.COM!

Who doesn’t scream for ice cream? We definitely do. So, it comes as

no surprise that we have our very own favorites around town. From

good ol’ fashioned delights to crazy new inventions, we’ll take our ice

cream any which way. Read on to get the scoop.

Hangman’s Tree Ice

Cream Saloon is not only

packed with the history

of gold-rush town but

with ice cream treats,

too. A favorite offering

of theirs that’s perfect

for lovers of classic ice

cream is the Classic

Banana Split. Dig into

your choice of ice cream

scooped onto a perfectly

split banana and

garnished with toppings

of your choice but you

can’t go wrong with nuts

and hot fudge. Oh, and

don’t forget the whipped

cream and cherry on

top! hangmanstree.com

The Parlor Ice Cream Puffs

By Emily Peter // Photos by Dante Fontana

If you’re looking to take your

ice cream game to the next

level, hurry to The Parlor Ice

Cream Puffs in Roseville.

They offer a funky variety of

ice creams (and can even

seal it in a donut!), creamy

milkshakes, and colorful

toppings. If the flavorful

menu seems overwhelming

may we suggest the

Churros Works? Start with

your choice of milkshake

(try Wendell: cinnamonsugar-swirled

vanilla) then

dunk two hot churros in,

layer a swirl of whipped

cream and add any and

all toppings (toffee bits,

pretzels, and caramel,

maybe?) The choices are

endless…and delicious.

theparloricecream.com

Okay, so maybe not

technically ice cream, but

the gelato at Miabella

Gelato in Roseville is

something to write home

about. An 80/20 split of milk

and cream, gelato is ice

cream’s thick and creamy

cousin. Miabella’s flavors

abound–mint chip, mixed

berry, hazelnut, seasonal

favorites and more—but

a favorite is Pistachio

Gelato. Creamy, exotic,

and topped with a taste

of waffle cone (or served

inside one), this treat is the

perfect way to cool down

when summer temps rise.

miabellagelato.com

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BACK-

TO-

SCHOOL

RECIPES

Back to school

doesn’t have to mean

back to boring

lunches. Keep things

fresh, exciting, and

nutritious with these

tailor-made recipes

from local chefs that

are sure to please

kids and adults alike.

Chicken Walnut

Salad

Submitted by Randy Peters,

916-726-2339,

randypeterscatering.com

2/3 lb. chicken

1/3 cup celery, small dice

1/3 cup cheddar cheese, shredded

1/4 cup walnuts, chopped

1/3 cup mayonnaise

1/4 tsp. spicy brown mustard

1/4 tbsp. garlic powder

1/4 tbsp. pepper

Salt to taste

Fire roast chicken until internal

temperature reaches 165 degrees.

Chill chicken to below 40 degrees.

Once cooled, cut chicken into

½ inch squares. Combine all

ingredients. Season as desired

with salt, pepper, and garlic

powder. Date, label, and store in

refrigerator under 40 degrees.

Good for 48 hours.

PRO TIP: Perfect for a sandwich!

Lentil Taco

Salad

Submitted by

Taylor Gillespie,

916-295-3521,

foodinfocus.net

1 cup brown or green lentils

1 14 oz. can diced tomatoes

with green chilies

½ medium onion, chopped

1 tbsp. dried parsley

1 tbsp. taco seasoning

2 2/3 cups water

Add all ingredients to a

medium pot and bring to a

boil. Reduce to a simmer

and cook partially covered

for 20-30 minutes, or until

the lentils are tender and

cooked through, stirring

occasionally.

To serve, allow the lentil

mixture to cool completely.

Serve with iceberg lettuce

and desired toppings such

as avocado, black olives,

tomatoes, bell pepper, lime

wedges, and tortilla chips.

Serves 6.

PRO TIP: For school lunch,

pack the ingredients of

the salad in a bento-style

lunch box.

Peanut Butter, Chocolate Chip,

and Oat Bites

Submitted by Stephanie Hibbert, 415-810-2433,

chef-stephanie.com

1 cup dry oatmeal

2/3 cup coconut flakes

½ cup peanut butter, creamy, unsweetened

½ cup ground flaxseed

1/3 cup honey

½ cup mini chocolate chips

1 tsp. vanilla extract

Add everything together in a large bowl and mix thoroughly. Chill

for 30 minutes in refrigerator, then scoop into balls. Can be stored

in the fridge for up to two weeks. Makes 20 bites.

PRO TIP: Substitute peanut butter with any other nut butter or

even sunflower seed butter.

Lentil Taco Salad photo by Taylor Gillespie. Other photos courtesy of their respective

companies or organizations.

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Sip on This

Wine Steals

5 NorCal Wines Under $10

Wine tastes sweeter when you know you’re getting a good deal! Here are some NorCal favorites

that are easy on the palette as well as the wallet.

—Compiled by Tara Mendanha

2017 Rodney Strong

Charlotte’s Home

Sauvignon Blanc

ABV: 13.5%

PRICE: $9.99

PURCHASE: Trader Joe’s, 850

East Bidwell Street, Folsom,

916-817-8820; 1117 Roseville

Square, Roseville, 916-784-

9084, traderjoes.com

TASTING NOTES: Light,

crisp, and highly aromatic,

this classic sauvignon blanc

exudes bright citrus, peach,

and exotic tropical flavors.

2017 Chromatic

Pinot Noir

ABV: 14.5%

PRICE: $9.99

PURCHASE: Trader Joe’s, 850

East Bidwell Street, Folsom,

916-817-8820; 1117 Roseville

Square, Roseville, 916-784-

9084, traderjoes.com

TASTING NOTES: Opening

with aromas of rose and

dried herbs, the first sip will

alert your senses with sweet

Rainier cherry and raspberry

tart flavors. A supremely

pleasing finish reveals a hint

of spice.

2017 Josh

Chardonnay

ABV: 13.5%

PRICE: $10.97

STILL

A

STEAL!

PURCHASE: Total Wine &

More, 2765 East Bidwell

Street, Folsom, 916-984-6923;

5791 Five Star Boulevard,

Roseville, 916-791-2488,

totalwine.com

TASTING NOTES: This wine

shows bright, tropical, and

citrus flavors highlighted by

a touch of oak. “Expressive

and bold but smooth and

approachable,” it’s a wine for

family and friends, alike.

2017 Castle Rock

Rosé of Pinot Noir

ABV: 13.5%

PRICE: $5.99

PURCHASE: Trader Joe’s, 850

East Bidwell Street, Folsom,

916-817-8820; 1117 Roseville

Square, Roseville, 916-784-

9084, traderjoes.com

TASTING NOTES: Fresh,

floral and crisp, this wine has

bright acidity and aromas of

violet and rose petals. It has

a smooth, lingering finish

with flavors of strawberry,

raspberry, and citrus.

Bogle Old Vine

Zinfandel

ABV: 14.5%

PRICE: $7.48

PURCHASE: WinCo Foods,

200 Blue Ravine Road,

Folsom, 916-608-4801,

wincofoods.com

TASTING NOTES: This

Bogle wine displays intense

blackberry, black cherry, and

raspberry flavors wrapped

in a smooth blanket of vanilla

and oak.

Photos by Gary Zsigo.


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Restaurant Listings

Featuring restaurants and eateries in Folsom, El Dorado Hills, Granite Bay, Roseville, Rocklin, and beyond.

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EL DORADO HILLS

36 Handles

1010 White Rock Rd., 916-941-3606. Irish.

Healthy and authentic Irish-inspired pub grub

with regularly rotating taps and weekly specials

and events. L/D $$

Bamiyan

1121 White Rock Rd., 916-941-8787. Afghan. Since

2003, Bamiyan has been serving delicious Afghan

cuisine, including ashak, mantoo, and bolani.

Vegan options. Closed Sunday. L/D $$

BLVD 41

4364 Town Center Blvd., Ste. 134, 916-235-2337. Pizza.

Craft your own experience with custom-made

pizzas, signature salads, and 41 craft beers and

wines on tap. Assigned wristbands allow the

suds—and good times—to flow freely inside or

out. L/D | $$

Cascada

2222 Francisco Dr., 916-934-0800. Mexican.

There’s no better way to spice up dinner

than sipping a margarita alongside Cascada’s

complimentary and oh-so creamy bean dip,

chips, and salsa. L/D $$

Chantara Thai

4361 Town Center Blvd., 916-939-0389. Thai.

From classic Thai curries and noodle dishes

to unique specialties, you can find it all at this

authentic restaurant. L/D $$

Relish Burger Bar

1000 White Rock Rd., 916-933-3111. American.

Stop by to enjoy delicious-tasting burgers,

salads, loaded nachos, beer-battered onion

rings, and more at one of El Dorado Hills’ finest

burger joints. Spacious patio and weekly events.

L/D $$

Selland’s Market Café

4370 Town Center Blvd., 916-932-5025. Café/

Bakery. Seasonal, healthy, and house-made

menu items including eclectic sandwiches and

hearty entrées and sides, leafy green salads,

pizzas, and delectable desserts. Sunday brunch.

L/D $$

Sienna

3909 Park Dr., 916-941-9694. American. This

award-winning restaurant’s specialties include

wood-fired pizzas, fresh fish, hand-cut steaks,

and a large selection of appetizers. Friday lunch

and Sunday brunch. $$ D

Sky Sushi

3907 Park Dr., 916-941-6311. Japanese. Since

2005, Sky Sushi has been serving fresh and

tasty rolls at reasonable prices. Located in La

Borgata, it offers stylish environs and artistically

presented plates. L/D $$

Umi Sushi

1121 White Rock Rd., Ste. 105, 916-586-9444. Japanese.

The super fresh fish and pretty presentation will

please both your appetite and eyes. A non-sushi

menu (like delicious bento boxes and udon) is

offered as well. Closed Sunday. L/D $$

Windplay Deli

5003 Windplay Dr., Ste. 1, 916-933-9099. Deli.

Located in a business park, Windplay Deli is

a great place to stop by on your lunch hour.

Operated by the owners themselves, they strive

to create sandwiches to your preference by

accommodating all palates. Closed weekends.

B/L $

FOLSOM

Bacchus House Wine, Bar & Bistro

1004 East Bidwell St., Ste. 100, 916-984-7500. New

American. One of Folsom’s most praiseworthy

eateries—thanks to extensive wine offerings and

seasonal, globally influenced dishes that utilize

fresh fare from local farms. Closed Monday. L/D

$$

Brisas Do Sul

380 Palladio Pkwy., Ste. 305, 916-883-2747. Brazilian.

A fine-dining restaurant where you can indulge

and experience Southern Brazil’s inspirational

food, culture, and traditions via fresh-cut, handcarved

meats and an expansive (and vegetarianfriendly)

“Farmer’s Table.” L/D $$$

Casa Ramos

400 Iron Point Dr., Folsom, 916-355-1600.

Mexican. The Ramos family serves up traditional

Mexican fare as well as heart-healthy dishes and

vegetarian options. L/D $$

Chicago Fire

310 Palladio Pkwy., Ste. 701, 916-984-0140. Pizza.

Offering a variety of menu items inspired by the

Windy City, from meaty Italian beef sandwiches

and a “Chicago Dog” to the deepest and

cheesiest pizza in town. L/D $$

Ciro’s Pizza Café

241 Blue Ravine Rd., Folsom, 916-983-5757. Pizza.

Hand-tossed pizzas crafted using dough made

in-house every day and fresh, local veggies and

ingredients. Lunch buffet. L/D $$

Coffee Republic

6610 Folsom-Auburn Rd., Folsom, 916-987-8001.

Café/Bakery. Cozy brick-and-wood café offering

a variety of sandwiches, salads, and sweet teas,

in addition to extensive coffee beverages. Vegan

options. B/L/D $$

Mexico. Inspired by nautical vibes and healthy

living, choose from burritos, tacos, nachos,

salads, and quesadillas, to name a few—and

customize your creation from there. L/D $

Curry Club Indian Bistro

196 Blue Ravine Rd., Ste. 130, 916-353-0855.

Indian. Dive into authentic Indian cuisine at this

local favorite. Avail of their lunch buffet where

you can sample multiple dishes for a fraction

of the price. Regulars go gaga for their vindaloo,

palak paneer, and butter chicken. L/D $$

Dominick’s NY Pizza & Deli

187 Blue Ravine Rd., 916-351-0900. Pizza/Deli.

New York- and Sicilian-style pizza, paninis, hero

subs (both hot and cold), pastas, and more—all

made using locally sourced produce and Boar’s

Head deli meats and cheeses. L/D $$

Dos Coyotes

13885 Folsom Blvd., Ste. 100, 916-351-9750.

Mexican. Dos Coyotes offers an eclectic spin

on Southwestern dishes at affordable prices

and prides themselves on using fresh, local

ingredients. Vegan options. L/D $

Fat’s Asia Bistro

2585 Iron Point Rd., 916-983-1133. Asian Fusion/

Chinese/Seafood. Named the region’s favorite

Asian restaurant for more than 10 years in a row,

Fat’s specializes in handmade dim sum, banana

cream pie (Frank Fat’s recipe), and other highquality

dishes. L/D $$

FLB Entertainment Center

511 East Bidwell St., 916-983-4411. American.

Bowling, a casino, and sports bar are just part of

the fun that awaits at FLB Entertainment Center.

They also offer a full grill with veggie-packed

salads and wraps, burgers, sandwiches, pizza,

and breakfast items. Late-night dining. B/L/D

$$

Folsom Tap House

25005 Blue Ravine Rd., Ste. 140., 916-292-5711.

American. Choices abound at Folsom Tap House!

Their extensive menu allows guests to choose

from draft and bottled beers, and their food

menu has options that’ll pair perfectly with

whatever pint you pick. L/D $$

Hacienda Del Rio

702 Sutter St., Ste. M, 916-351-1800. Mexican.

Since 1979, Hacienda has been dishing up

authentic Mexican favorites like Fajitas Del Rio

and Chimi Especial, alongside chips, spicy green

salsa, and handcrafted margaritas. Weekend

brunch and spacious patio. L/D $$

Hasu Teriyaki & Sushi

25075 Blue Ravine Rd., Ste. 120, 916-983-7777. Japanese.

Enjoy the delicious food, friendly service, and

cozy atmosphere at Hasu. The menu features

a wide variety of traditional Japanese dishes

guaranteed to please. Vegan options. Closed

Tuesday. L/D$

Hisui Sushi

25004 Blue Ravine Rd., Ste. 107, 916-985-7778.

Japanese. Combining traditional Japanese cuisine

with a creative and contemporary flair, Hisui

focuses on serving food made using fresh,

healthy ingredients. Closed Monday. L/D $$

Hisui Sushi

Costa Vida Fresh Mexican Grill

2791 East Bidwell St., Ste. 100B, 916-597-1008. Mexican.

Costa Vida is awash with the flavors of coastal

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Julian's Pâtisserie and Café

6610 Folsom-Auburn Rd., Ste. 7, 916-936-4735.

Bakery/Café. Julian's Pâtisserie is full of European

treats, creative crêpes (both sweet and savory),

and more—all of which are made from scratch

with nothing but the finest ingredients. Closed

Tuesday. B/L $

Karen’s Bakery and Café

705 Gold Lake Dr., Ste. 340, 916-985-2665. Bakery/

Café. Bakery items here are based on European

traditions and feature seasonal ingredients with

a creative approach. The picturesque patio is

perfect for catching up with friends over coffee

or lunch. Closed Sunday. B/L $$

Land Ocean New American Grill

2720 East Bidwell St., 916-983-7000. New

American. Land Ocean offers distinctive

menus that include hand-cut steaks, woodfired

rotisserie, fresh seafood, and delectable

desserts. Weekend brunch. L/D $$

La Rosa Blanca

402 Natoma St., 916-673-9085. Mexican. You’re

part of the family at La Rosa Blanca. From

fajitas and tostadas to tortas, soups, and salads,

you can expect great-tasting food, generous

portions, and a festive environment. L/D $

Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar

300 Palladio Pkwy., Folsom, 916-378-4660. American.

Enjoy a sizeable, seasonal menu full of eclectic,

gastropub-style offerings that include salads,

bowls, burgers, pastas, desserts, and even an

impressive kids’ menu. Weekend brunch. L/D

$$

Lotus 8

199 Blue Ravine Rd., Ste. 100. 916-351-9278.

Chinese. This eatery serves authentic Chinese

food with a modern twist, such as orange

chicken that manages to be both saucy yet

incredibly crispy at the same time. Lunch dishes

come with soup and your choice of chow mein

or fried rice. L/D $$

Lucille's Coffee Hops & Vine

25055 Blue Ravine Rd., Ste 100., 916-294-7472. Café/

Bakery/American. Lucille's serves delicious

breakfast and pastry items from local bakeries,

plus more satiating dishes to go with their

carefully selected craft beers and fine wines.

B/L $

Mel's Diner

13399 Folsom Blvd., 916-985-7337, American.

Whether morning, noon, or night, step into

yesteryear at this local diner that serves all-

American family favorites like country fried

steak, burgers, fried chicken, milkshakes, and

more. B/L/D $$

Mexquite

25095 Blue Ravine Rd., 916-984-8607. Mexican.

Mexquite provides mouthwatering Mexican

cuisine, plus a lively interior and spacious,

dog-friendly patio. Patrons particularly love

their ceviche, margaritas, and carnitas. Weekend

brunch. L/D $$

Mikuni

185 Placerville Rd., Ste. 100, Folsom, 916-934-

5250. Japanese. In addition to sushi, traditional

Japanese dishes, and modern twists on classics,

Mikuni offers a gluten-free menu, party platters,

and happy hour specials—all made using great

attention to detail and fresh ingredients. L/D

$$

Mylapore

1760 Prairie City Rd., Ste. 160., 916-985-3500.

Indian. With South Indian roots, Mylapore serves

fresh, healthy, scratch-made food that’s entirely

vegetarian. Their breakfast, daily specials, and dosa

happy hour are not to be missed. B/L/D $$


Nicholson’s MusiCafe

632 East Bidwell St., 916-984-3020. Cafe/Bakery.

Indulge in a chai tea latte, fresh-made pastry

from nearby BJ Cinnamon, breakfast sandwich,

or salad while listening to live tunes at this haven

for local musicians. Closed Sunday. B/L $

Rock-N-Fire

1010 Riley St., Ste. 4, 916-673-9474. Pizza/American/

Mexican. Ever heard of a burger bowl? Try it at

this unique eatery that serves up flavor-packed

fare—including custom-built (and signature)

pizzas, burgers and said burger bowls, salads,

nachos, tacos, and more—with speedy, friendly

service at affordable prices. L/D $$

Ruchi Indian Cuisine

601 East Bidwell St., 916-983-2871. Indian. Ruchi’s

accommodating menu has a variety of North and

South Indian dishes, including a lengthy list of

vegetarian entrées, as well as a lunch buffet and

weekly specials. L/D $$

Rudy’s Hideaway

12303 Folsom Blvd., 916-351-0606. Seafood/Steakhouse.

Rudy’s is a seafood-lover’s delight and features a

mouthwatering selection of nautical noshes plus

melt-in-your-mouth steaks and lunch specials.

L/D $$

Sacramento Pizza Company

2700 East Bidwell St., Ste. 500, 916-673-9754.

Pizza. Choose your crust, sauce, cheese, meats,

and unlimited toppings at this pizza lover’s

paradise. The locally sourced ingredients and

scratch-made dough results in pie perfection.

Vegan cheese and gluten-free crust available.

L/D $

Scott’s Seafood Grill & Bar

9611 Greenback Ln., 916-989-6711. Seafood/

American. Expect the freshest of seafood (flown

in or delivered daily from around the world)

served by well-trained, knowledgeable staff in

a comfortable atmosphere at this Folsom area

favorite. Full gluten-free menu. L/D $$$

Shogun Hibachi Grill & Sushi

1870 Prairie City Rd., Ste. 600, 916-985-9588. Japanese.

This modern hibachi restaurant brings new

meaning to “dinner and a show,” thanks to a

personal chef who will deftly chop, slice, and fly

your meal over and above the grill and onto your

plate. L/D $$

Visconti's Ristorante

Strings Italian Café

25035 Blue Ravine Rd., Ste. 120, 916-983-8815.

Italian. Strings has been serving enjoyable

and affordable Italian dishes in a relaxed

atmosphere for the past 10 years. Enjoy one of

their lunch specials any day between 11 a.m. and

4 p.m. or avail of their party trays. L/D $$

Suishin Sushi

194 Blue Ravine Rd., 916-985-8885. Japanese.

Suishin uses the freshest ingredients, including

novelties like quail eggs, uni, and ponzu. The

modern, hip atmosphere leaves you at ease

as you consume your fish, one roll at a time.

Closed Sunday. L/D $$

Sunny Garden Restaurant

25085 Blue Ravine Rd., Ste. 150, 916-983-8882.

Chinese. Sunny Garden prides themselves on

using fresh ingredients in a traditional way and

offering large portions at affordable prices. L/D

$

Sutter Street Taqueria

727 Sutter St., 916-293-8952. Mexican. Sutter

Street Taqueria brings the unique flavors of San

Francisco’s Mission District taquerias to Folsom

with a side of friendly service. Whether ordering

a burrito, taco, quesadilla, or nachos, you can

expect fresh ingredients, mouthwatering meats,

and affordable prices. B/L/D $

Teriyaki To Go

614 East Bidwell St., 916-983-5560. Japanese. Teriyaki

To Go is an ordinary eatery with extraordinary

taste. Some may like the consistent tang of the

teriyaki sauce that adds a punch of flavor, while

others enjoy the pan-fried noodles. Either way,

you’re sure to enjoy your meal. L/D $$

Thai Paradise

2770 East Bidwell St., 916-984-8988. Thai.

Specials every day of the week. Voted the

Best Thai Restaurant in Folsom and El Dorado

Hills every year since 2008. Delicious and

authentic dishes made using local, farm-to-fork

vegetables, meats bought daily, and healthy

rice bran oil. L/D $$

The River Thai Cuisine

424 East Bidwell St., 916-983-7388. Thai. Friendly

service and deliciously authentic Thai food

are waiting for you at The River Thai Cuisine.

Established in 2015, this family-owned restaurant

will satisfy your Thai food cravings. L/D $$

Visconti’s Ristorante

2700 East Bidwell St., Ste. 700, 916-983-5181. Italian.

For the past two decades, Visconti’s has given the

community a taste of Italy with their authentic

dishes, romantic setting, and traditional music.

L/D $$

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The Waffle Experience

13405 Folsom Blvd., Ste. 950, 916-805-5938.

American. This aptly named eatery is indeed

an experience. Everything is made fresh daily

resulting in a bill of fare that’s as flavorful as it is

eclectic. B/L $$

EL DORADO COUNTY FOOTHILLS

Allez!

4242 Fowler Ln., Ste. 101, Diamond Springs,

530-621-1160. French. Savor French café classics

like baguette sandwiches on fresh-baked bread,

crêpes, stews, pastas, and a to-die-for seafood

paella. Enjoy your order in their rustically

elegant dining room or to go. B/L/D $$

Bene Ristorante Italiano

423 Main St., Placerville, 530-303-3415. Italian/

Pizza. Enjoy a taste of Naples in Downtown

Placerville as you savor Neapolitan-style pizza

with all of your favorite toppings, fresh-made

salads, or savory pasta dishes. L/D $$

Bricks

482 Main St., Placerville, 530-303-3480. New

American. If you’re looking for a friendly,

unpretentious dining destination with local

brews and good eats, look no further than

the aptly named Bricks. Lamb lovers will go

gaga for the Bo Peep Burger, but their steaks,

sandwiches, salads, and desserts are all winners

too. L/D $$

Casa Ramos

6840 Green Leaf Dr., Placerville, 530-622-2303.

Mexican. The Ramos family serves up traditional

Mexican fare as well as heart-healthy dishes and

vegetarian options. L/D $$

Farmer’s Delicatessen and Bakery

3952 Cambridge Rd., Cameron Park, 530-

672-6800. Bakery/Deli. A hybrid deli and bakery

serving a variety of worldwide dishes, from

gyros and sandwiches to Italian meatballs and

a beloved rosemary focaccia. Vegan and glutenfree

options. B/L $$

Heyday Café

325 Main St., Placerville, 530-626-9700. New

American. This intimate, bistro-style restaurant

in a rustic chic space serves modern American

cuisine (thin-crust pizzas, creative entrées, and

artisan salads) and pours over 45 local, regional,

and international wines. L/D $$

Kobe Sushi & Fusion

3300 Coach Ln., Cameron Park, 530-672-9210.

Japanese/Asian Fusion/Sushi Bar. Japanese sushi

bar offering an extensive variety of rolls, highquality

sashimi, and Asian fusion favorites at

reasonable prices. L/D $$

La Huaca

Main Street Melters

589 Main Street, Placerville, 530-303-3871,

mainstreetmelters.com. American

From build-your-own sandwiches to “massive

melters,” Main Street Melters has it all. They

serve premium Boar’s Head deli meats and

fulfill every sandwich need and budget. They

also have an outdoor patio and serve a few

frozen brunch cocktails. B/L $

Papa Gianni’s Ristorante

3450 Palmer Dr., Cameron Park, 530-672-2333.

Italian. For over two decades, this family-owned

eatery has been serving traditional, scratchmade

recipes from Southern Italy, including

favorites like chicken Parmesan, gnocchi alla

vodka, and out-of-this-world desserts. It’s

the ideal destination to celebrate a special

occasion or grab takeout. L/D $$

Snooty Frog

3300 Coach Ln., Ste. E3, Cameron Park, 530-677-

9025. Steakhouse/Seafood. There’s nothing snooty

about Snooty Frog. It’s cozy but romantic, the

food offerings—from steaks and seafood to

pastas and rotating specials—are scrumptious,

and their martinis are buzzworthy. D $$$

Sweetie Pie’s

577 Main St., Placerville, 530-642-0128.

Bakery/Cafe. Ambiance isn’t the only inviting

thing at Sweetie Pie’s. Service is done with a

smile, and the menu features ample choices

for breakfast—from traditional scrambles,

omelettes, waffles, and pancakes, to specialty

dishes, such as chile relleno casserole and

huevos rancheros. B/L $$

Thai Unique

1160 Broadway, Placerville, 530-621-9559. Thai.

Indulge your senses in fresh, flavorful dishes

like khao soi, duck curry, and tod mun kao pod

while experiencing Thai cuisine that is indeed

unique. L/D $$

The Farm Table

311 Main St., Placerville, 530-295-8140. American.

For those who enjoy locally sourced, farm-fresh

fare, and plates that change based on what can

be picked, The Farm Table might become your

home away from home. L/D $$

The Breakroom

4131 South Shingle Rd., Ste. 7, Shingle Springs, 530-

763-6761. American. This full-service restaurant

offers delicious American food (juicy burgers,

French dip, salads, mac & cheese, etc.) and

entertainment for the whole family, from pool

tables, dart boards, and an arcade, to cards and

dice. Sunday brunch. L/D $$

The Independent

629 Main St., Placerville, 530-344-7645.

New American. Step into an urban dining

establishment in the heart of Placerville and

savor American fusion favorites and creatively

mixed cocktails using fresh-squeezed juices.

L/D $$

Tom’s Burger & Frosty

567 Placerville Dr., Placerville, 530-295-8199.

American. Enjoy freshly grilled burgers, piping

hot fries, and thick milkshakes that you and the

whole family will love at this no-frills dining

destination. L/D $

Wally’s Pizza Bar

4079 Cameron Park Dr., Cameron Park, 530-

677-5205. Pizza/American. This family-owned and

operated eatery crafts gourmet pizzas, pastas

aplenty, and high-quality breakfast dishes. Their

happy hour is one of the best in town. Weekend

brunch. L/D $$

ROSEVILLE

Back Forty Texas BBQ

1201 Orlando Avenue, Roseville, 916-726-4040.

American. Serving up authentic Texas and

finger-licking fare including ribs, burgers, steaks

and more, plus fresh made sides alongside oldfashioned

southern hospitality.

L/D $$

Bar 101 Eats & Drinks

101 Main St., Roseville, 916-774-0505, American.

Sometimes you just want a comfortable

neighborhood place to hang out and get some

good food and drinks. If Historic Roseville is

your destination, look no further than Bar 101.

The menu features traditional bar fare, a bevy of

burgers and sandwiches, street tacos, and more.

L/D $$

Bennett’s Kitchen Bar Market

1595 Eureka Road, Roseville, 916-750-5150. American.

Choose between fine dining or casual dining by

the bar or on the temperature-controlled patio.

The menu offers comfort food and elevated

fare, while a full-service bar aims to create

a “Napa vibe" in Roseville. Gluten-free and

vegetarian options. B/L/D $$

Broderick’s Roadhouse

1516 Eureka Rd., Roseville, 916-771-2722. American. If

it’s unique burgers you seek, this is the place.

How about a bison, lamb, duck, vegetarian,

or boar patty, if you’re bored with beef? Their

specialty fries and boozy milkshakes are not to

be missed either. Vegan options. L/D $$

Chicago Fire

500 North Sunrise Ave., 916-771-2020. Pizza.

Offering a variety of menu items inspired by the

Windy City, from meaty Italian beef sandwiches

and a “Chicago Dog” to the deepest and

cheesiest pizza in town. L/D $$

Fat’s Asia Bistro**

1500 Eureka Rd., Roseville, 916-787-3287, Asian

Fusion/Chinese/Seafood. Named the region’s

favorite Asian restaurant for more than 10 years

in a row, Fat’s specializes in handmade dim sum,

banana cream pie (Frank Fat’s recipe), and other

high-quality dishes. L/D $$

Four Sisters Café

9050 Fairway Dr., Ste. 165, Roseville, 916-797-

0770. American/Café. Mango-stuffed French toast,

eggs benedicts, thick-sliced bacon (cured and

smoked in-house), homemade soups, specialty

salads, and sandwiches are just a sampling of

this cafe's mouthwatering menu. B/L $$

Il Fornaio

1179 Galleria Blvd., Ste. 118, Roseville, 916-788-

1200. Italian. Using the freshest ingredients

and traditional cooking techniques, Il Fornaio

creates high-quality Italian food paired with

great wines and cocktails in a beautiful setting.

L/D $$

La Huaca

9213 Sierra College Blvd., Ste. 140, Roseville, 916-771-

2558. Peruvian. La Huaca makes Peruvian cuisine

accessible for all palates with their colorful,

flavor-packed, and elegantly presented plates that

run the gamut from ceviches and lomo saltado to

empanadas and pisco sours. L/D $$

La Provence Restaurant & Terrace

110 Diamond Creek Pl., Roseville, 916-789-2002.

French/Mediterranean. Dining at La Provence is

akin to being in a little French villa. Topped with

their consistently delicious food and wine, cozy

fireplace, and twinkle-lit patio, and you have the

recipe for a memorable meal. Saturday brunch.

Closed Sunday. L/D $$$

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Land Ocean New American Grill

1151 Galleria Blvd., Ste. 241, 916-407-5640.

New American. Land Ocean offers distinctive

menus that include hand-cut steaks, woodfired

rotisserie, fresh seafood, and delectable

desserts. Weekend brunch. L/D $$

Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar

238 Gibson Dr., Roseville, 916-727-6321. American.

Enjoy a sizeable, seasonal menu full of eclectic,

gastropub-style offerings that include salads,

bowls, burgers, pastas, desserts, and even an

impressive kids’ menu. Weekend brunch. L/D

$$

Mehfil Indian Restaurant

1605 Douglas Blvd., Roseville, 916-791-1199.

Indian. Casual eatery with a lunch buffet offering

Indian food favorites and many vegetarian

options. L/D $

Mikuni

1017 Galleria Blvd., Ste. 160, Roseville, 916-780-

2119. Japanese. In addition to sushi, traditional

Japanese dishes, and modern twists on classics,

Mikuni offers a gluten-free menu, party platters,

and happy hour specials—all made using great

attention to detail and fresh ingredients. L/D

$$

My Thai Kitchen

1465 Eureka Rd., Ste. 140, Roseville, 916-781-7811.

Thai. Enjoy authentic, fresh-made fare in an

open-concept kitchen at My Thai Kitchen while

receiving prompt, professional, and friendly

service. L/D $$

Ninja Sushi & Teriyaki

238 Vernon St., Roseville, 916-784-3441. Japanese.

Modern and hip environs are just a taste of what

awaits at Ninja Sushi. Regulars rave about their

eclectic and lengthy list of sushi rolls, inventive

appetizers, and complimentary miso soup and

ice cream. L/D $$

Paul Martin’s American Grill

1455 Eureka Rd., Roseville, 916-783-3600.

New American. Enjoy classic American fare

in a sophisticated, convivial setting whose

seating options include an energetic bar with

communal tables and plush seating, intimate

booths and tables, and an expansive outdoor

patio. L/D $$

Range Kitchen & Tap

1420 E, Roseville Pkwy., Ste. 160, Roseville, 916-865-

4317. New American. Range Kitchen & Tap’s menu

is designed for sharing and socializing, with a

focus on serving locally sourced and seasonal

comfort food like bison meatball sliders, fried

chicken, and pizza. Closed Sunday. L/D $$

Tang’s Sushi

1426 Blue Oaks Blvd., Ste. 100, Roseville, 916-781-

0807. Japanese. With so many inventive eats and

modern environs to boot, Tang’s has mastered

the art of Japanese fare with flair. The chef is

happy to customize orders and create off-menu

items. Closed Sunday. L/D $$

Thai Basil

1613 Douglas Blvd., Roseville, 916-782-8424. Thai.

This cheerful, long-established eatery serves up

an array of Thai favorites in a light-filled, compact

space. L/D $$

The Monk’s Cellar

240 Vernon St., Roseville, 916-786-6665. American.

The Monk’s Cellar has brought a little bit of

Belgium to Downtown Roseville, with their

community-focused brewery and restaurant that

serves fine artisanal beer and creative dishes. L/D

$$

The Place

221 Vernon St., Roseville. 916-742-5447. Italian.

Cozy Italian restaurant and bar that specializes in

artisanal, wood-fired pizzas, paninis, pastas, and

more. Closed Monday. L/D $$

Zocalo

1182 Roseville Pkwy., Ste. 110, Roseville, 916-788-0303.

Mexican. Elegant restaurant and bar with modern

Mexican dishes, fresh-made margaritas, and

Sunday brunch. Avail of their monthly chef’s dinner

or private party room. L/D $$

Hawks

5530 Douglas Blvd., Granite Bay, 916-791-6200. New

American. Refined, high-end American cuisine,

including tasting menus, in a stylish, modern

dining room and bar. Brunch on the second

Sunday each month; lunch weekdays; Closed

Monday. L/D $$$

New Glory Brewery & Taproom

5540 Douglas Blvd., Ste. 140 & 150, Granite Bay, 916-

872-1721. American. Delicious food (sandwiches,

pizzas, salads, shareables, and burgers),

beautiful brews, and a spacious patio await at

New Glory’s latest venture in Granite Bay. L/D

$$

Oakwater American Bistro

5540 Douglas Blvd., Ste. 110, Granite Bay, 916-872-1517.

New American. Farm-to-fork bistro with housemade

pastas and plates to please both meat

eaters and vegans. Private dining and catering

available. Weekend brunch. Closed Sunday for

dinner and Monday. L/D $$

Vaiano Trattoria

7160 Douglas Blvd., Granite Bay, 916-780-0888.

Italian. Offering traditional Tuscan cuisine and

other Italian favorites, Vaiano Trattoria prides

themselves on preparing simple dishes that are

made to order with the freshest of ingredients.

Lunch served weekdays. L/D $$

ROCKLIN

La Provence Restaurant & Terrace

Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que

6628 Lonetree Blvd., Rocklin, 916-780-7427.

American. Serving slow-cooked meats and other

Southern-style eats that the whole family will

love, Lucille’s is a Rocklin favorite for a reason.

L/D $$

Rosati’s

5140 Foothills Blvd., Ste. 110, Roseville, 916-797-

7492, Pizza/ Italian. Rosati’s still provides the same

signature pizzas, Italian beef sandwiches, pastas,

and salads that they first became famous for in

Chicago circa 1964. The family-friendly, sports

pub atmosphere only adds to the charm. Closed

Monday. L/D $$

Ruth’s Chris Steak House

1185 Galleria Blvd., Ste. P-120, Roseville, 916-

780-6910. Steak/Seafood. Sizzling plates and an

award-winning wine list are a perfect pairing for

any occasion. Experience Ruth’s Chris elegant

setting for a romantic dinner, business meeting,

or private party. D $$$

Sienna Restaurant

1480 Eureka Rd., 916-771-4700. American. This

award-winning restaurant’s specialties include

wood-fired pizzas, fresh fish, hand-cut steaks,

and a large selection of appetizers. Weekend

brunch. $$ L/D

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Dominick’s Italian Market & Deli

8621 Auburn Folsom Rd., Granite Bay, 916-786-3355.

Italian. Namesake Dominick’s dream was to have a

unique place that would provide customers with

the finest and freshest ingredients, large portions,

fair prices, and the Italian tradition of first-name

friendliness. A decade later and his dream is alive

and well in Granite Bay. L/D $$

Farmhaus

8230 Auburn Folsom Rd., Granite Bay, 916-772-3276. New

American. This fresh, seasonal eatery tucked off

Auburn Folsom Road is a feast for the senses. The

house-like building pumps out plates that morph

with the months. On balmy days, their picturesque

patio is a must. Closed Monday. L/D $$

Pottery World Café

4419 Granite Dr., Rocklin, 916-624-8080. American/

Café. With brioche French toast and buttery

Belgian waffles, in addition to an extensive

lunch menu, and a high tea the second

Thursday of every month, this café is the prime

place to take out-of-towners. Their patio is one

of the region’s best, too. B/L $$

The Chef’s Table

6843 Lonetree Blvd., Ste. 103, Rocklin, 916-771-

5656. New American. The namesake chefs here

pride themselves on using local ingredients

that are carefully handled, lovingly prepared,

and joyfully served to you for your culinary

enjoyment. Closed Sunday and Monday. L/D

$$

Venita Rhea’s

4415 Granite Dr., Rocklin, 916-624-2697. American.

If you’re looking for a delicious breakfast to start

off your day, Venita Rhea’s is the place to be.

From benedicts, scrambles, and sandwiches to

soups, salads, and bottomless mimosas, you’ll

find all your favorites. B/L $$

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JAPANESE / SUSHI

CANDY STORE/CONFECTIONER

Executive Chef Michael Liu unites

traditional Japanese cuisine with unique

and contemporary offerings by bringing

you the very best in tasty ingredients

from the ocean & land to your plate.

Tuesday-Sunday 11am-2pm enjoy our All

You Can Eat (AYCE) menu. It has proven

an unmatched offering enthusiastically

received by our customers.

Hisui Sushi

25004 Blue Ravine Rd., #107

Folsom

916-985-7778

hisuisushi.com

A Family of Candy Makers since 1963.

With 3 generations of candy makers,

Snooks continues the tradition of

producing the finest freshly made

confections on site in Historic

Folsom. Come visit us or shop online!

Snooks Chocolate Factory

731 Sutter Street

Historic Folsom

916-985-0620

snookscandies.com

DESSERTS

ITALIAN

Icing on the Cupcake offers a wide

variety of cupcake flavors, including

gluten-free and vegan options that are

available every day at our three retail

locations. We also offer other sweet

treats, baked fresh daily including

brownies, pies, and cookie sandwiches

using the finest quality ingredients.

Icing on the Cupcake

3 locations to serve you

Rocklin. Folsom Palladio. Sacramento

916-303-4333

icingonthecupcake.com

At Visconti’s Ristorante, we’re honored

to cook for you as we cook for our own

family and we are proud to use only

the freshest ingredients and imported

meat, cheese, and wine. We welcome

you and look forward to serving you!

Visconti’s Ristorante

2700 E. Bidwell St., Ste. 700

Folsom

916-983-5181

viscontisristorante.com

ITALIAN

BREWERY

Local Chicago sports pub! Serving up

Roseville's favorite signature Chicago

pizzas, Italian beef and “Vienna”

dogs, pastas, and sandwiches that

offer high quality, value and flavor.

Dine-in with your family and watch

your favorite sporting events. Online

ordering and carry out available.

Closed Mondays.

Rosati's Sports Pub

5140 Foothills Blvd., #110

Roseville

916-797-7492

myrosatisroseville.com

Outbreak Brewing located at 640

Main street in downtown Placerville,

California has been creating unique

and crushable beers since 2017. For us

at Outbreak its not just about the beers

but the service, music, community, and

most importantly the love of the craft.

Pop in check us out and you won't be

let down. #drinkthecure

Outbreak Brewing Co.

640 Main St.

Placerville

530-748-3258

outbreakbrewing.com

FRENCH

MEXICAN

Combining the flavors of France

and the Mediterranean regions with

an emphasis on quality, seasonal,

and fresh locally grown ingredients.

The perfect location for private

dining, special events, wedding

celebrations, and corporate dinners/

presentations.

La Provence Restaurant

& Terrace

110 Diamond Creek Place

Roseville

916-789-2002

laprovenceroseville.com

Cascada is your Main Street

Placerville destination for the finest

Mexican cuisine and best cocktails.

Stop by and take in the Bell Tower

views while enjoying an authentic

south-of-the-border delight and a

handcrafted cocktail! See why we

are consistently voted a favorite by

Style readers.

Cascada Restaurant & Cantina

384 Main Street

Placerville

530-344-7757

cascadainplacerville.com

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BAKERY

CAFÉ

Winner for Best Bakery Sacramento

A-List 2017 and 2016 and Readers’

Choice Best Bakery. Unique bakery/

deli specializing in scratch-made

Greek, Italian, Hungarian, and

Romanian cuisine. Gluten-free and

some vegan options. Take out or

dine in.

Farmer's Delicatessen and Bakery

3952 Cambridge Rd.

Cameron Park

530-672-6800

farmersdeli.net

Online ordering available,

receive 15% off your first order (CRSTYLE)

Offering delicious, homemade, fresh

food and the best coffee and espresso

in the area. Start your day with our

breakfast specialties, warm cinnamon

rolls, delectable coffee cakes, fresh

muffins, delightful scones, and cookies.

Come enjoy our great patio for lunch!

Coffee Republic

6610 Folsom-Auburn Rd.

Folsom

916-987-8001

coffeerepublicfolsom.com

ITALIAN

AMERICAN

Best Italian Restaurant in El Dorado

County- voted #1 for eleven straight

years! Our old world family recipes

are sure to delight. We invite you to

enjoy an Italian family style feast or a

romantic night out at Papa Gianni’s...

your destination for an authentic

Italian meal. Buon Appetito!

Papa Gianni's Ristorante

3450 Palmer Dr., Suite 1

Cameron Park

530-672-2333

papagiannis.net

Celebrating our 12th year in business,

Heyday Café has been voted Best

Overall Restaurant, Best Salad Place,

Best Casual Restaurant, and Best

Wine Bar! Heyday Café presents fresh

California cuisine with international

influences. Lunch 7 days and dinner 6

nights a week. Pouring over 40 wines!

Reservations are encouraged.

Heyday Café

325 Main Street

Placerville

530-626-9700

heydaycafe.com

JAPANESE/SUSHI

AMERICAN

Kobe Sushi & Fusion is a family run

restaurant dedicated to quality

Japanese, Korean, and fusion food.

Enjoy traditional nigiri sushi with

quality sake or modern fusion tacos

with local wines. Either way, we hope

to bring fresh flavors to your table.

Kobe Sushi & Fusion

3300 Coach Lane

Cameron Park

530-672-9210

kobecameronpark.com

The Independent presents an

outstanding American fusion menu

and a top-tier full bar. The scratch

kitchen uses only the freshest, finest

ingredients creating exceptional grill

and seafood entrées. The bar prides

itself on artisanal cocktails, freshsqueezed

juices, and house-made

mixers. Beautiful outdoor patio!

The Independent

Restaurant and Bar

629 Main Street, Placerville

530-344-7645

independentplacerville.com

MEXICAN

AMERICAN

Welcome to Casa Ramos! Enjoy

the family recipes that range from

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How We Live

It’s rather strange to be a “famous”

parent and have your family

profiled on the cover of magazines.

I certainly don’t claim all the credit

for their successes, but all three have

turned out to be accomplished, caring

and capable people.

Susan is the CEO of YouTube, Janet is

a professor of pediatrics, and Anne is the

co-founder and CEO of 23andMe. They

rose to the top of ultra-competitive, maledominated

professions.

Parents constantly ask me for advice.

Through my decades of experience as a

mother, grandmother and educator, I’ve

identified several fundamental values that

help our kids achieve success.

One of these values is kindness, and

it’s one that some parents fail to teach

their kids.

TEACH YOUR KIDS TO CARE

I grew up believing it was my duty to

contribute and make our community

better. I still feel that way. If everyone just

sits around and talks, nothing gets done. I

was always a doer.

All of this influenced my daughters,

not because I lectured to them about the

importance of serving the community —

but because I truly cared.

I tried to show them through my

actions what they could achieve. I didn’t

realize at the time the profound impact

it has on children’s well-being, which

has been confirmed by a number of

interesting studies.

THE IMPORTANCE OF COMMUNITY

Teenagers who volunteer with younger

children experience both decreased

negative moods and cardiovascular

risk, according to a 2013 study. Another

study, from 2016, found that teenagers

who performed volunteer work were

significantly less likely to engage in illegal

behaviors and also had fewer convictions

and arrests between the ages of 24 and 34.

But how many of us think about this

when it comes to parenting? How many

of us take up causes and show our kids,

through our own behavior, how to fight

for our communities? How many children

feel empowered to take on the biggest

challenges of our time and find a way to

contribute?

It’s sad to say, but I’ve noticed more

and more kids completely focused on

themselves. Where they want to go to

college, vacations they want to take, things

they want to buy. Sometimes it feels like

we’re training a nation and a world of

narcissists, and I don’t think it’s a stretch

to say that helicopter parenting has played

a big role in this.

THE AMERICAN IDEA IS ALL WRONG

Kids are growing up feeling like they’re

the center of the universe. As young

adults, they’re not only lacking grit and

independence; they’re wholly unprepared

to take on causes that could make the

world a better place.

They tend to focus on money, because

they think it will make them happy and

fulfilled. It’s the American idea: Get rich,

then do nothing. Sit on a beach. Go out for

an expensive dinner. Go to Las Vegas. But

these kinds of pursuits turn people into

narcissists and thrill addicts.

There seems to be a number of them

here in Silicon Valley, people who worry

about themselves before anyone else.

They don’t prioritize the good of the

community, they don’t fight for social

causes and they aren’t pursuing a life of

meaning and purpose.

As a result, they often end up isolated

and depressed. I’ve met lots of unhappy

millionaires and even some unhappy

billionaires. A lot of them probably

started out as directionless kids.

PRIORITIZE SERVICE AND PURPOSE

Why do you think that here in the U.S.

we have an epidemic of opioid addiction,

depression and suicide? We don’t seem

to have the right information about how

to live well, how to take care of ourselves

and others.

We’re chasing money and possessions.

Not service, not purpose. If we have a

purpose at all, it’s to make ourselves

happy. But if there’s one thing I know, it’s

this: You’re happiest — as well as most

beneficial to society — when you’re doing

things to help others.

Your family may have similar stories

and a natural impulse to serve. You

might know exactly how I felt as a college

student convinced I could change the

world. But what if you don’t? What if you

were told to focus on personal success

and don’t know where to start?

Well, I have good news: It’s not that

hard. The main thing you need is the

right attitude — toward yourself and your

children. You can start small. Volunteer

for one hour in your community. Go to a

city council meeting. Research an issue

that affects your neighborhood. At the

very least, you can vote.

Everywhere there’s a problem to

be solved, someone or some group to

support and champion. It really is a way of

being in the world, and when it comes to

our kids, it pays to shape this perspective

as early as possible.

Excerpted from HOW TO RAISE

SUCEESSFUL PEOPLE: Simple Lessons

for Radical Results by Esther Wojcicki.

Copyright © 2019 by Esther Wojcicki.

Published and reprinted by permission

of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights

reserved.

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