Sited in a 160-plus-year-old building adjacent to Sutter Street, the establishment includes a bar and restaurant with the original brick and stone walls that create a feeling of yesteryear.
Thai food and craft beer…and chicken wings, French fries, and burgers. That’s just what Owner PangKham Pam Phonephet wanted when she brought her concept to Folsom.
Maybe it was the flights of beer catching up, but the peanut butter burger somehow seemed intriguing. I’m a curious sort, but peanut butter on a hamburger?
Spanish for “mountain vines,” Plymouth-based Terra d’Oro Winery has been crafting deeply flavored, robust wines that capture the unique character of Amador County for over 50 years.
This recipe is deeply chocolatey but also delightfully light—so you can eat an entire loaf while watching ‘Game of Thrones’ and not totally lose your self-respect.
I ordered the fried green tomatoes—slices of panko-crusted, garden-fresh tomatoes that were deep-fried until golden and served on a bed of creamy grits
Nowadays, it seems like every eatery touts having farm-to-fork fare, but some places deliver on their promise in a big way. Read on for our favorites. In no particular order...
Take your little one’s lunch to the next level this year with “7 Back-to-School Snacks” we love. Each kid-tested, grab-and-go offering is nutritious, delicious, and available locally.
Though the Sacramento region has a bevy of craft breweries, in honor of International Beer Day on August 5, we found “5 Buzzworthy Brews from Around the World”
Style invites you to get a taste of what our region's finest brewmasters and winemakers have to offer.