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GoGi’s Korean BBQ celebrates opening

GoGi’s Korean BBQ celebrates opening

GoGi’s Korean BBQ is opening at the corner of 15th and L Streets in the former “Park to Go” kiosk at the Park Downtown on Tuesday, Jan. 18. 

GoGi’s offers a new twist on the traditional taco. East meets South of the Border with Korean BBQ Beef, Spicy Pork, Chicken, and Tofu tacos, made to order with a little Korean flair. Handmade-specialty burritos are also available for convenient dining for downtowners on the go.  GoGi’s creates these delicious and reasonably priced meals for the fast-paced downtown workforce. Open Monday-Friday 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., GoGi’s will also be open for late night dining on Friday and Saturday nights.

Grand opening festivities include free Korean Beef tacos Jan. 18-21.  To match the urban flavors of the new innovative menu items, GoGi’s features a new mural façade designed by a professional graffiti artist.  “Gogi” is named after a Korean style meat

Enotria Restaurant and Wine Bar reopens

After a 10 month extensive remodel Enotria Restaurant and Wine Bar, located at 1431 Del Paso Blvd. in Sacramento, opened Jan. 11.

Located in the heart of Sacramento’s art district, known as “Uptown Sacramento”, Enotria’s new wine bar pays homage to the art deco style of the original building and architectural style of the neighborhood. The wine bar is a more casual version of the restaurant while offering the quality and creativity Enotria is known for. Chef Anthony Brenes draws his style from a solid background in California cuisine with hints of Latin America and Mediterranean flavors.  The wine bar is open for lunch and dinner and its menu features small plates, flatbreads, pasta and sandwiches. 

Hours of operation are Tuesday through Friday 11:30a.m. – 10:30p.m., Saturday 5:00p.m. – 11:00p.m. and Sunday 4:30p.m. – 9:00p.m.

Free real estate mobile app launched

Cheri Elliott, one of America’s most legendary cyclist and locally well known as “The Broker on a Bike,” announced the launch of her free real estate mobile app.

The app uses GPS, when available, to locate the user and instantly display real estate listings in the immediate area. No more having to pull flyers.  You can see and save all the listings details and photos on the spot. Users can also search by address, city or zip code to see property details for all homes for sale in a specified area, including price, square footage, estimated mortgage, taxes, features, maps, pictures and more. The “Refine Search” feature lets users select a price range, property type and the number of beds and baths to help them find just what they’re looking for. 

It works on standard cell phones, smartphones, and iPhones/iPads across all mobile carriers.   Cheri explains, “This tool is extremely powerful.

2011 West Sacramento Restaurant Guide

Looking for a great eatery in West Sac, but am not sure where to start?  Try the online 2011 West Sacramento Restaurant Guide prepared by City of Sacramento Economic Development.  Restaurant and eateries are categorized by type of food, and also have address and phone information. You can also find a variety of services and retail shops to choose from at West Sacramento’s Shop Local/Think Local website.

For more information contact Ernesto Lucero, Economic Development Analyst at 617-4535.

Are Facebook Promotions Getting an Update?

Looks like new Facebook Promotions guidelines may soon be released.


According to AllFacebook, an email sent out by Facebook sales representatives outlines the new rules.  In contrast to the old guidelines where promotions needed to be explicitly approved, promotions will no longer need prior written approval from Facebook. Basically, in regards to promotions, sweepstakes and contests on Facebook:



  • They no longer require prior written Facebook approval to administer a promotion on Facebook.

  • They no longer require a minimum media spend investment to support the promotion.