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West Sacramento to get its own Squeeze Inn starting Tuesday

West Sacramento to get its own Squeeze Inn starting Tuesday

Starting Tuesday you'll be able to get a "Squeeze with Cheese" when the latest Squeeze Inn location opens on Harbor Boulevard.

This will be the fourth location for the popular burger restaurant chain which was made famous on the Food Network with its burger covered in a gooey cheese skirt.
           
Some first-timers are often not sure where to start.
           
"I don't even know how to eat it," said one newcomer when first confronted with the cheeseburger.
          
The West Sacramento location is the largest of the Squeeze Inns. The original location in Sacramento was just a few hundred square feet. It closed and reopened in a new, somewhat larger location. The other Squeeze Inns are in Sacramento, Roseville and Galt.

La Bou Times Two

La Bou Times Two

George Chryssafis, owner of La Bou in West Sacramento, has opened his second location. His sunny little spot, La Boutique Cafe, sits within the large windows of the brand new West Sacramento Community Center building, just next door to City College (West Sac), on the corner of West Capitol and Merkley Avenues.  It's quick and it's delish!

Nugget Bacon Breakfast Sandwich

Nugget Bacon Breakfast Sandwich

West Sacramento residents, hungry, it's early and you're in a hurry?   Consider the eggs, cheddar and pepper jack cheese, chipotle mayo, bacon and a thin strand of sweet purple onion on sliced sourdough bread!  After they throw a little heat on it to fuse those fantastic flavors, then top it off with beautiful grill marks, they'll hand you your Bacon Breakfast Sandwich for a mere $3.99 and you're on your way.  It's also fun to hang around the counter, grab a cup of freshly brewed breakfast beverage, read the paper, read the ingredients, read your tea leaves, and inhale fresh produce or simply people watch.  It's a fun way to start your day!

Tres Agaves Roseville celebrates its Jan. 21 tequila distillary event

Each month, Tres Agaves Roseville welcomes ambassadors from a Tequila distillery to celebrate that Tequila’s unique flavor profile and culture.  On Friday, Jan. 21 from 6:00p.m. to 10:00p.m. Tres Agaves Roseville will feature Jose Cuervo Tequilas and provide guests with the opportunity to learn first-hand how to craft Tres Agaves’ signature all-natural margaritas in a margarita making class. To add a new twist, specialty flavored agave nectars and rim salts will also be available for experimentation.

Classes last about 30-45 minutes and include education on the history and culture of making Tequila as well as a hands-on demonstration where each guest will make two of their own margaritas to enjoy. Classes will begin on the hour each hour starting at 5:30, 7:00 and 8:30 p.m.

Tres Agaves Passport members are $10 and non-members are $25. Class will include two cocktails plus a sampling of Jose Cuervo’s Reserva de la Familia Extra Anejo.

Ten22 celebrates California Restaurant Month

In honor of California Restaurant Month, Ten 22 has prepared a special treat for its guests. From Jan.

CowtownEats.com announces 2010 top 10 happy hours

CowtownEats.com, a Sacramento happy hour and cheap eats blog, announced that Burgers & Brew is the top happy hour of 2010. 

“As the economy soured and furlough hit the region, we saw more and more people trying to stretch their dining and entertainment dollars,” said Darrel Ng, founder of Cowtown Eats.

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