With a robust agricultural and political landscape, the Sacramento Greater Area is known for its vibrant and diverse restaurant industry and for being America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital. Roseville and the Placer County area that surrounds it contains many of those farms.
Placer County is home to some of the Sacramento region’s most bountiful farms, particularly in the area spanning from Loomis in the south county to north of Auburn.
If you want to check out what all of these great farms and ranches are growing, cultivating, and selling, you can use the Placer Grown ‘Find a Farm’ Tool to see where all of the affiliated farms are and what they sell. You can even plan a trip with this tool!
Another cool feature is the ‘product tag‘ that each farm uses to show customers the full array of vegetables they grow and products that they sell. You can click on a particular tag, like ‘rhubarb,’ and see all of the Placer Grown farms that sell that product. Awesome!
Click here to access Placer Grown’s map!
The best restaurants in Roseville, according to Yelp
- Guy's for Lunch
- Trademark Pizza
- Four Sisters Cafe
- Roundhouse Deli
- Naruto Show Me the Sushi
- Ninja Sushi
- Chaat Paradise
- Bar 101
- Mehfil Indian
- Short Stuff Cafe
- DT Noodle
- House of Oliver
- Buck & Sadie's
- UMI Sushi
- My Thai Kitchen
- Taqueria El Burrito
- Curry Paradies
- Chubby's Diner
- The Green Boheme
- Dr Bob's Donuts
- La Huaca
- Pinto Thai Bistro
- Bangkok Cafe
- Jalisco Grill
The Sacramento Business Journal asked the folks at Yelp to crunch the data and determine Roseville's best eateries that aren't large chains. Based on those parameters, Yelp created a list of 25 businesses that range from sushi spots to burger joints. See all the entries in the slideshow that accompanies this story..
Dining Downtown News
Jeremy Dunmore has his work cut out for him.
In May, the Roseville developer would like to open his latest venture: The Metropolitan Nightclub, a high-end supper club, piano bar and restaurant at 201 Vernon St. in the heart of downtown.
Until recently, this was the site of a First Bank. Dunmore’s work includes removing the former bank vault with its reinforced steel lid.
“It will probably take me a week just to get that thing out,” Dunmore said.
It will mark a transformation for one of the more noticeable corners of downtown, where Vernon Street and Lincoln Street intersect — a corner that has seemed quieter since First Bank moved out last August. More
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