Sacramento Vegan Chef Challenge 2022 kicked off a few days ago and lasts all month long with 50+ local restaurants and pop-ups participating this year. Follow @sacveganchefchallenge for details and buen apetito!
Copy from 10.5 @sacramentobee morning Food & Drink newsletter
by Benjy Egel (@egeleats🙏):
"Participating eateries within Sacramento include:
Burger Patch, Kau Kau, Mayahuel, Broderick Roadhouse, Veg Cafe, Thai Basil, Mud Pie Stand, Kasbah, The Porch, Capitol Garage, Revolution Wines, the Sacramento Natural Foods Co-Op, The Golden Bear, Midtown Sushi, Ike’s Love & Sandwiches, Buffalo Pizza & Ice Cream, Bambi Vegan Tacos, 1837 Vegan and Chicago’s Pizza with a Twist.
OneSpeed, Andy Nguyen’s Vegetarian Restaurant, Kupros Craft House, Golden Road Brewing, Vegan Deadly Sins, Conscious Creamery, Vegan Lady Soul, Rabbit Food Revolution, Hayvy Bayky Bake Shop, Jet’s, Pure Soul Plant-Based Eats, Sweet Flour Bakery, Blend Sacramento, KC Kombucha and Dubplate Kitchen & Jamaican Cuisine.
Outside city limits, the list of participants includes:
River City Brewing, El Papagayo and Crazy Rabbit Kitchen (Carmichael); Timmy Gingers Sandwich Shop and Vegan Plate (Roseville); Pizza Bell and Todo Un Poco (Elk Grove); Zest Kitchen (Rocklin), Pho Fresh (Rancho Cordova), Sal’s Tacos (West Sacramento), Wild Rooster Bistro (Fair Oaks), Paisley Cafe (Orangevale), and Delta Hand Pies (Clarksburg).
Several of those businesses have no set storefront. So instead of solely relying on customers to seek out individual pop-ups, the Vegan Chef’s Challenge is hosting temporary food courts with them all at Fort Rock Brewing in Rancho Cordova (Oct. 13), Track 7 Brewing in Natomas (Oct. 21) and McClatchy Park in Oak Park (Oct. 29).
Follow @sacveganchefchallenge on Instagram or visit https://www.facebook.com/sacveganchefchallenge for more information."
~ Benjy Egel - Sacramento Bee Food & Drink Reporter...
Wicked Wine & Chocolate
An evening with William Burg, Cru Chocolate, and Lucid & Voluptuary Wines
Friday, October 7, 6-8 pm
Join us for a full-senses experience of the best four things in the world: art, books, wine, and chocolate.
Sacramento's Liminal Art Spaces, A Talk and Slide Show
William Burg, the author of seven books and approximately one hundred articles on Sacramento history, transportation, politics, art, culture, counterculture, and subculture, presents a wide-ranging but sadly incomplete introduction to Sacramento's hidden art spaces, underground galleries, music venues, artist groups, and counterculture enclaves, from the early 1900s through the 1990s.
We're pairing an art medium, style, or movement with samples of chocolate by award-winning local confectioners, Cru Chocolate and pours of organic, locally produced wine from R street's own Lucid Winery.
We are delighted to offer signed copies of William's books, "Wicked Sacramento" and "Midtown Sacramento" for sale, selected Lucid Wines by the glass, and Cru Chocolate available for purchase.
📍 Amatoria Fine Art Books
1831 F Street / 916-822-4909