Downtown Certified Farmers’ Market Returns June 18

(June 17, 2020) – Downtown Sacramento’s favorite seasonal Certified Farmers’ Market returns to Capitol Mall beginning Thursday, June 18, 2020. Just in time for returning downtown workers and visitors coming, the market will provide al fresco lunch dining with hot lunch options from an array of Sacramento’s most popular food vendors next to local farmers selling fresh, regionally grown food. Local hot food vendors will include rotating food trucks and new this year, downtown favorites like Kodaiko, Koja Kitchen, and Golden Rice Bowl.

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Shoppers will find new measures in place to keep them safe:

  • Hand sanitizer stations
  • Limit on people per stall
  • Additional space via wider market aisles and chalk guidelines for spacing
  • Plenty of signage to remind everyone to physical distance
  • Sampling is suspended
  • Frequent cleaning of market equipment

Shoppers are also asked to adhere to recommendations from public health officials:

  • Stay home if you are sick or exhibiting respiratory symptoms like fever and cough.
  • Please try to attend the market solo or send a single designated family shopper, if possible. This can make a really big impact on crowd reduction.
  • Please leave the required six feet of room for other shoppers. If someone is shopping for an item you want to purchase, please be patient and wait or simply return later.
  • Please try to wear at least a cloth mask during your period of shopping at the markets. Physical distancing is not always attainable during shopping activities and cloth masks would provide some preventative assurances during those lapses to both you and your fellow shoppers.
  • When shopping at a popular farmer stand, look down to see if there are markers on the ground for spacing for people waiting to pay or shop.
  • Please complete your shopping as expediently as possible. Lingering in the market for social exchange with others at this time must be discouraged.
  • Please look for an shop with farmers who have pre-portioned and pre-priced amounts to expedite shopping.

Downtown Farmers’ Market :

Thursdays: 10 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. beginning June 18, 2020 6th Street & Capitol Mall

MEDIA: Logos and photos available here. More information at GoDowntownSac.com. Keep up with the latest Downtown Certified Farmers’ Market news by following Downtown Sac on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

Produced by the Downtown Sacramento Partnership in collaboration with Certified Farmers’ Markets of Sacramento County, the Capitol Mall Farmers’ Market is sponsored by Kaiser Permanente with support from The Evergreen Company, Hines, 455 Capitol Mall, Bank of the West Tower, Brennan Properties, Rubicon Partners, and Shorenstein Realty Services.

 

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Recovery Grants Now Available To Damaged Downtown Businesses

(June 11, 2020) – Just as downtown businesses were reopening following closure to protect public health during the COVID-19 pandemic, the economic impacts were further exacerbated when many of these businesses sustained damage and theft in the final days of May. The scope of recent storefront damage may take weeks to fully measure. The scope of recent storefront damage may take weeks to fully measure. For many of our businesses, it’s going to be a long road to reopen and it’s going to take significant effort. It will require the support of everyone.

The public can now make tax-deductible donations to support downtown businesses recover at GoDowntownSac.com/donate. All donations will fund Downtown Recovery Grants to help small, locally-owned businesses in downtown Sacramento to rebound and keep the heart of our region beating.

DONATE NOW!

Seeded with a $30,000 contribution by the Downtown Sacramento Partnership, the public can donate online at GoDowntownSac.com/donate or mail checks made out to the Downtown Sacramento Foundation at 980 9th Street, Suite 200, Sacramento, CA 95814.

DOWNTOWN RECOVERY GRANT

To jumpstart recovery efforts, the Downtown Sacramento Partnership has expanded its recently launched Storefront Safety Assistance Program to issue grants as soon as possible to vandalized and/or damaged downtown businesses. The Downtown Business Recovery Grant will issue grants up to $1,500 to businesses in the 66-block district managed by the Downtown Sacramento Partnership property-based improvement district (PBID) to directly cover the cost of their insurance deductible or storefront repair. With 8 grants already issued, funds will be dispersed until donations have been depleted. Downtown businesses can learn more and apply at DowntownSac.org/recovery.

AWARDED BUSINESSES

To date, grants have been awarded to the following businesses. Visit our website to view additional awards in the coming weeks.

Capital Agenda  

Republic Bar & Grill

Capitol Garage

Old Sac Shirts & Gifts

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

Atlantis Bail Bonds

Subway (731 J Street)

California Loan & Jewelry

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Keeping Farm-to-Fork Afloat During COVID-19

(May 4, 2020) – Downtown Sacramento Foundation today announced the launch of Fork 2 Farm Relief Grants – a new microgrant program in collaboration with Visit Sacramento, Downtown Sacramento Partnership, through funding from Bank of America – that aims to relieve some of the financial burden for our local farming, restaurant and food-related retail community. The relief grants will support the critical supply chain and food access in America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital, both in this time of triage and as the community looks to recovery and reopening.

The fate of our independent restaurants and food-related retailers are inextricably linked with the region’s small farms for fresh produce, meats, and ingredients to create the unparalleled farm-to-fork menus and products that have inspired our regional identity. Restaurants and retailers are struggling to stay open and remain financially viable during the pandemic and the farms that rely on their patronage are in crisis. The loss of these critical businesses will leave a gap in the critical role they play in our community’s food supply chain.

“Farm-to-fork isn’t just what makes our city fun and unique – it’s also a very real and critical part of our local business community,” said Sacramento’s Bank of America Market President Matt McCormack. “This program was designed to help provide some much-needed support to our farms and restaurants so that these vital businesses can continue operating.”

Local restaurants and food-related retailers that are located in the Central City can nominate small farm and agricultural suppliers or vendors located in the six-county region for microgrants, which will cover the expense of their overdue or currently due invoice(s). Selected applications will receive grants that will be directly remitted for payment to nominated farms to cover the amount(s) due. This unique process will provide immediate financial support to local small farms, while also alleviating debt or upcoming expenses for local businesses.

The Fork 2 Farm Relief Grants will be distributed by the Downtown Sacramento Foundation, with support from Visit Sacramento and Downtown Sacramento Partnership, through a $100,000 grant from Bank of America.

Restaurants and food-related retailers can apply online today at DowntownSac.org/Fork2Farm with the first phase of funding scheduled to be awarded within the next two weeks. Fork 2 Farm Relief Grants will be reviewed weekly and awarded for as long as funds remain available, up to $2,500 per grant, or $5,000 (cumulative) per farm or vendor.

“We’re grateful to be able to step in to provide this instant support to our businesses,” said Michael Ault, Executive Director of Downtown Sacramento Partnership and the Downtown Sacramento Foundation. “There is so much uncertainty right now. To be able to assist both our businesses and their local suppliers, that play such a critical role in their food supply, will help us make a larger impact.”

The community can find curated lists of open restaurants, retailers, and more to support during the COVID-19 crisis at GoDowntownSac.com and Visit Sacramento.

“Sacramento was America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital long before the concept had a name,” said Visit Sacramento President & CEO Mike Testa. “To keep our heritage alive through this crisis, we have to support our farms and restaurants however we can to offer them some financial relief so that their businesses can thrive once the crisis subsides and so this identity lives on into the future.”

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About Downtown Sacramento Foundation
Established in 2011, Downtown Sacramento Foundation (DSF) is a nonprofit, 501(c)3 that supports programs that complement Downtown Sacramento Partnership priorities to improve the economic, physical, cultural and social environment to foster civic pride.

About Downtown Sacramento Partnership
Downtown Sacramento Partnership is a not-for-profit, property-based improvement district (PBID) that serves as the collective advocate, champion and steward for those who work, live, visit and do business within the 66-block district it manages in Sacramento’s urban core.

For more information, visit www.DowntownSac.org + GoDowntownSac.com and connect with on FacebookTwitterInstagram and LinkedIn.

About Visit Sacramento
Visit Sacramento works to improve the quality of life for locals by driving visitor spending that supports our local business community, creates jobs and makes Sacramento a better place to call home.

As the premier economic development and services organization for the region’s convention and tourism industry, Visit Sacramento develops and executes sales, marketing and customer service programs, along with special events, designed to draw overnight visitors to the city and create market prestige. Brands operating under the Visit Sacramento umbrella include America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital, Sacramento Sports Commission, Sacramento365 (a joint partnership with Convention & Cultural Services and the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission) and Sac Event Crew.   

Concerts in the Park Goes Virtual for #CIPSAC Live!

(May 1, 2020) –  Beginning May 1, and every Friday through May, Concerts in the Park (CIP) is going virtual with #CIPSAC Live! The completely free virtual concerts featuring local DJs – and past CIP performers – will spin the ultimate party every Friday in May from 7 – 8 p.m. from the comfort of home. Watch live on Instagram (@CIPSacramento):

May 1: Robbie (HOF)

May 8: DJ Oasis

May 15: DJ Eddie Z

May 22: Lady Kate

May 29: Soosh*e!

Don’t forget #CIPSAC is just as much about the food and drinks as the music! Safely #SupportLocal downtown businesses by ordering take-out or delivery to complement your Friday night in.  Find a list of open businesses at GoDowntownSac.com.

ROCK OUT + DO GOOD

The difficult decision to postpone Concerts in the Park was made after public officials issued guidance to reduce the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). The health and safety of the community remains the top priority for the Downtown Sacramento Partnership, the not-for-profit organization that produces the weekly summer series.

Until we can rock together again, join us to #SupportLocal and consider making a donation to support downtown Sacramento businesses negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Funds raised will support business operations and downtown Sacramento events and activations, once it’s safe to do so. The tax-deductible donation will keep the heart of our region vibrant, growing, and ready to rebound! Donate here.

Visit GoDowntownSac.com/CIP for more information and revisit all of your favorite CIP memories from last year on Instagram at @CIPSacramento. Join the conversation using #CIPSAC and #DowntownSac!

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About Downtown Sacramento Partnership

Downtown Sacramento Partnership is a not-for-profit, property-based improvement district (PBID) that serves as the collective voice for the 197 property owners and more than 5,000 businesses located within its 66-block district of downtown Sacramento. Driven by the mission to build value downtown, the organization champions those who work, live, visit and do business in it. For more information, visit www.downtownsac.org + www.godowntownsac.com and connect on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.

 

Come Find Lucky Specials at the Old Sacramento Waterfront

(March 12, 2020) Who says it’s not easy being green? Businesses at the Old Sacramento Waterfront plan to celebrate the St. Patrick’s Day holiday with lucky specials on gifts and unique menu item through March 17, 2020. Customers can also take advantage of free metered parking at the Old Sacramento Waterfront on Saturday, March 14 from 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. to explore the museums, businesses and attractions celebrating all things green.

SHAMROCKIN’ LUCKY SPECIALS

Sock City – 10% off all St. Patrick’s Day socks and 30% off select styles

Sweet Turtles – Purchase 4 or more truffles at $2.50 each

Sean Finnegan’s Pub – Enjoy discounted beverages and deals on Irish Totchos and Pretzels

River City Saloon – Savor the “Irish Gunfighter” sandwich along with $5 Jameson shots or Guinness bottles

Rio City Café – Enjoy corned beef & cabbage and green beer (available upon request)

The Pilothouse at the Delta King – Enjoy themed menu specials Friday, March 13 – Tuesday, March 17 during brunch, lunch, and dinner and live music on St. Patrick’s Day

Hoppy’s Railyard Kitchen & Hopgarden – Enjoy themed menu specials Friday, March 13 – Tuesday, March 17 during brunch, lunch, and dinner

ENJOY RESPONSIBLY

Guests are encouraged to adhere to recommendations from public health officials, available here. Individuals that are sick or are exhibiting respiratory symptoms like fever and cough or people at higher risk should stay home.

Learn more about how to celebrate all things St. Patrick’s Day all week long at GoDowntownSac.com + OldSacramento.com and make sure to tag, snap and share your photos with @DowntownSac and @OldSac using #SupportLocal and #DowntownSac.

About Downtown Sacramento Partnership

Downtown Sacramento Partnership is a nonprofit, property-based improvement district (PBID) that serves as the collective voice for the 197 property owners and more than 5,000 businesses located within the 66-block urban core of Sacramento. Driven by the mission to build value downtown, Downtown Partnership is the principal advocate, champion and steward for those who work, live, visit and do business here. For more information, visit DowntownSac.org + GoDowntownSac.com and connect with us on FacebookTwitterInstagram and LinkedIn.

 

Sacramento’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade Kicks Off March 14

 (Feb. 18, 2020) The Old Sacramento Waterfront will once again be the place for all things green this St. Patrick’s Day! On Saturday, March 14, 2020, join hundreds of colorful marchers dressed in green, along with Irish and Highland dancers, pipe and drum bands, historic re-enactors and a variety of cultural organizations at the 24th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade presented by Xfinity stepping off at 1 p.m. from Neasham and Front Street.

The fun begins at 11 a.m. with performers from the BlyueRose Dance Project, McKeever School of Irish Dance and Dirty Chops Bass Band dancing throughout the Old Sacramento Waterfront district alongside a lineup of local vendors and shops offering “lucky” specials. The parade, led by Grand Marshall Sacramento Councilmember Steve Hansen, steps off at 1 p.m. with nearly 50 organizations and groups participating. Head to the boardwalks of L Street, Front Street, J Street, and 2nd Street for the best views!

Following, stay for music groups like Voice Academy and Rebel Heart performing next to the Guinness beer garden at 2nd and K streets, and don’t forget to swing by the Vendor Village on K Street and explore the unique businesses at the Old Sacramento Waterfront.

Visit OldSacramento.com for more information about festivities and a directory of nearby family-friendly dining options, shopping, attractions, and entertainment.

GETTING THERE

  • Check org for parking options, including the Old Sacramento Garage, 274 I Street (enter between 2nd & 3rd streets).
  • Let SacRT make planning your trip easy! Take advantage of free rides to the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Present this exclusive flyer for a free ride with SacRT Buses and Light Rail on March 14th

The 24th annual St. Patrick’s Day parade is produced by Downtown Sacramento Partnership and made possible by the generous support of the following sponsors: Xfinity, Guinness Entercom Radio, CBS13/CW 31 and Republic Services.

About Downtown Sacramento Partnership

Downtown Sacramento Partnership is a nonprofit, property-based improvement district (PBID) that serves as the collective voice for the 197 property owners and more than 5,000 businesses located within the 66-block urban core of Sacramento. Driven by the mission to build value downtown, Downtown Partnership is the principal advocate, champion and steward for those who work, live, visit and do business here. For more information, visit DowntownSac.org + GoDowntownSac.com and connect with us on FacebookTwitterInstagram and LinkedIn.  

2020 Annual Events Calendar Announced

(Jan. 22, 2020) The annual seasonal events produced by Downtown Sacramento Partnership promises to attract thousands to downtown, all year long. Visit GoDowntownSac.com for more information on upcoming events and mark your calendars today!

“All of the arts, culture and events in our growing city are an important part to this thriving community,” said Michael Ault, executive director of Downtown Sacramento Partnership. “The partnership hosts these events to bring the community together and give everyone the ultimate downtown experience.”

St. Patrick’s Day Parade | March 14

The 24th annual parade brings hundreds of colorful marchers dressed in green with Irish and Highland dancers, pipe and drum bands, historic and cultural organizations together to celebrate at Sacramento’s historic waterfront.

  • 1 p.m. at the Old Sacramento Waterfront  

Downtown Farmers’ Markets | May – October

Shop for the freshest California grown seasonal favorites, from fruits and vegetables to baked goods, flowers, herbs, and cheeses at downtown’s seasonal farmers’ markets. Don’t miss Kaiser Permanente’s Walk to Thrive Club at the Capitol Mall Market.

  • 10 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at Cesar Chavez Plaza — May 6-Oct. 28
  • 10 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at Capitol Mall — May 7-Sept. 24

Concerts in the Park | May 1 – July 24

Sacramento’s favorite FREE summer music series provides a festival-like experience with a full lineup of musicians, food trucks, boutiques, live art performances and more. Roughly 1,000 artists have rocked the CIP stage over the past 27 years, showcasing local talent and nationally touring artists like Franz Ferdinand, Cake, SHAED, Deftones, The Brodys and Smith & Thell.

  • Fridays 5-9 p.m. at Cesar Chavez Plaza, 901 J Street (no concert July 3)

Downtown Sacramento Ice Rink | November 6, 2020 –January 18, 2021

Recognized as a seasonal landmark on The Kay for nearly 31 years, the Ice Rink provides a playful escape into a winter wonderland for kids and adults alike.

  • Open Daily – Hours vary, Ali Youssefi Square, 701 K Street

Theatre of Lights I November 25–December 24

Celebrate the holidays with the annual tree lighting ceremony on Thanksgiving Eve followed by nightly free performances of the Christmas lighting spectacular, Theatre of Lights. Each 20-minute performance features a reading and an enactment of the classic “’Twas the Night Before Christmas” tale from the historic balconies of the Old Sacramento Waterfront.

  • Days and hours vary, 100 K Street, Old Sacramento Waterfront

Dine Downtown | January 8-18, 2021

Foodies rejoice! For 11 days, Downtown restaurants will offer a special 3-course dining experience for $40, with one dollar from every meal donated to charity programs.

State of Downtown | January 2021

This annual celebration of Sacramento’s thriving urban core highlights the projects and amenities recently completed, developments under construction and previews exciting new initiatives and projects coming to downtown Sacramento.

About Downtown Sacramento Partnership

Downtown Sacramento Partnership is a nonprofit, property-based improvement district (PBID) that serves as the collective voice for the 197 property owners and more than 5,000 businesses located within the 66-block urban core of Sacramento. Driven by the mission to build value downtown, Downtown Partnership is the principal advocate, champion and steward for those who work, live, visit and do business here. For more information, visit DowntownSac.org + GoDowntownSac.com and connect with us on FacebookTwitterInstagram and LinkedIn.  

 

Nash & Proper Announce Restaurant Locations

(Jan. 21, 2020) The winners of the 2019 Calling All Dreamers small business competition, Cecil Rhodes II and Jake Bombard, today announced their winning concept for a downtown storefront will open at 1023 K Street this spring. Nash & Proper’s first brick-and-mortar outpost will feature their wildly popular Nashville-style fried chicken just blocks from the State Capitol, Golden 1 Center and busy activity along The Kay, one of downtown Sacramento’s main commercial arteries.

“We were thrilled to get the call to consider such an iconic location in downtown,” said Cecil Rhodes II, founder and co-owner of Nash & Proper. “We are grateful to Chef Mike Thiemann and Bob Emerick, who have been tremendously supportive and can’t wait to open our doors. We are committed to keeping this location a top destination for delicious food!”

Sacramento-born chefs and co-owners, Cecil Rhodes II and Jake Bombard, have always dreamed of evolving their popular Nash & Proper food trucks into Sacramento’s first restaurant to focus on hot chicken, a fiery and fried variety inspired by Nashville’s famous flavor. They take pride in developing their own spin on the iconic dish that’s inspired their 20,000 Instagram followers craving more.

Continued Rhodes, “I truly feel like this is an opportunity of a lifetime and will proudly welcome our current – and new fans – with open arms.”

Past winners of the six-year-old Calling All Dreamers competition have included Andy’s Candy Apothecary, The Allspicery, Oblivion Comics & Coffee and Milk House Shakes.

The annual Calling All Dreamers competition is produced by Downtown Sacramento Partnership. The 2019 competition is presented by Kaiser Permanente with support from program sponsors SCORE, City of Sacramento, Wells Fargo, SMUD, Marquee Media and more. The prize package is made possible with the support of sponsors who continue to be champions for the economic growth of the downtown core: MeringCarson, L2J Interiors, SMP Law Corp and more.

About Downtown Sacramento Foundation

Established in 2011, Downtown Sacramento Foundation (DSF) is a nonprofit, 501(c)3 that supports programs that complement Downtown Sacramento Partnership priorities to improve the economic, physical, cultural and social environment in order to foster civic pride.

About Downtown Sacramento Partnership

Downtown Sacramento Partnership is a nonprofit, property-based improvement district (PBID) that serves as the collective voice for the 192 property owners and more than 5,000 businesses located within the 66-block urban core of Sacramento. Driven by the mission to build value downtown, Downtown Partnership is the principal advocate, champion and steward for those who work, live, visit and do business here. For more information, visit www.downtownsac.org godowntownsac.com and connect with us on FacebookTwitterInstagram and LinkedIn.  

Dr. Drew to Keynote 2020 State of Downtown

(January 8, 2020) — Preparations for one of the most anticipated kick-off events of the year are underway by the Downtown Sacramento Partnership. The 22nd Annual State of Downtown breakfast presented by Stantec on Tuesday, January 21, 2020, will celebrate Sacramento’s thriving urban core, highlighting the projects and amenities recently completed and preview exciting new revitalization initiatives. The program featuring an address by Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg will also host a keynote by Dr. Drew Pinsky, known to television and radio audiences as Dr. Drew, exploring the pathology of the state’s growing homeless crisis.

“State of Downtown is a special program,” said Michael Ault, executive director of Downtown Sacramento Partnership. “We’ve created a venue where our region’s leaders can explore the ideas and initiatives that will give our downtown a strategic advantage and leverage investment for real benefits for the entire region. As we reflect on what we are looking forward to in 2020 and beyond, it’s also important to look at the bigger picture and complex issues like chronic homelessness.”

Dr. Drew is a board-certified physician and an addiction medicine specialist and prominent media personality who more recently has become a passionate voice on the contributing factors to chronic homelessness, and how health care providers can help. A much sought after guest on the talk show and news circuits, Dr. Drew has evaluated the pathology of mental illness, addiction, and homelessness.

In addition to maintaining an outpatient medical practice and an inpatient and critical care presence at medical hospitals throughout Pasadena and the San Gabriel Valley, Dr. Drew served over two decades as Medical Director for Chemical Dependency Services at Las Encinas Hospital, a free-standing psychiatric facility in Pasadena, California. His work as a doctor of internal medicine/addiction specialist and broadcaster has imbued him with the rare ability to examine issues through the lenses of practical experience, scientific evidence, and pragmatism.

Today, Dr. Drew is a Diplomat of the American Board of Addiction Medicine and the American Board of Internal Medicine. He was appointed to the Alpha Omega Honor Medical Society and has a Fellowship with the American College of Physicians (FACP) and is also host of multiple podcasts including: “The Adam & Drew Podcast,” “This Life,” and “Weekly Infusion.”

Produced by Downtown Sacramento Partnership, State of Downtown attracts an audience of more than 900 business professionals and community leaders. State of Downtown will feature an address by Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg and keynote by Dr. Drew, as well as a very special JVance Stewart Award for Community Service presentation to Hope Cooperative (formally TLCS) presented by Sacramento County Supervisor Phil Serna.

State of Downtown will be held at the Hyatt Regency, located at 1209 L Street in Sacramento, on January 21, 2020, at 8 a.m. Tickets range from $50 (gallery seating) to $125 (includes breakfast) and are available at DowntownSac.org/SOD2020.

The 2020 State of Downtown program is presented by Stantec and sponsored by the Kaiser Permanente, AKT, SMUD, Tskopoulos Investments, Sacramento Kings, CBRE, Golden 1 Credit Union, MarketOne Builders, Sutter Health, Sacramento Regional Transit, Position Interactive, Sactown Magazine, Comstock’s and more.

Dine Downtown Returns This January with 32 Participating Restaurants

(Nov. 21, 2019)  Downtown Sacramento Partnership today announced 32 restaurants will participate in the 15th annual Dine Downtown Restaurant Week, January 10 through January 20, 2020. A cost-effective way for local foodies and families to explore downtown and midtown Sacramento’s top restaurants, Dine Downtown presented by Kaiser Permanente showcases local chefs creating unique, 3-course prix fixe menus for only $40.

“Dine Downtown is an event that honors the many culinary talents that have made the heart of Sacramento their home,” said Michael Ault, executive director of Downtown Sacramento Partnership. “Guests have a chance to try new dining experiences and taste some of the most noteworthy restaurants in our region all while raising funds for two incredible local programs.”

Launched in 2005, Dine Downtown provides a significant boost for local restaurants during an otherwise slower period for the industry. In its 14-year run, Dine Downtown has generated nearly $6 million in restaurant sales for Central City restaurants. More than just a foodie favorite and economic boost for local restaurants, $1 from every Dine Downtown meal is donated to food literacy and social service programs operated by the Food Literacy Center and Hope Cooperative.

2020 participating restaurants include:

The Firehouse Restaurant

Rio City Café

Paragary’s

Foundation Restaurant & Bar

Hook and Ladder Manufacturing Co.

The Melting Pot

Camden Spit & Larder

Empress Tavern

Biba Restaurant

Ella Dining Room and Bar

The Porch Restaurant and Bar

Frank Fat’s

Kodaiko Ramen & Bar

The Pilothouse Restaurant at the Delta King

MidiCi

Dawson’s Steakhouse

Tequila Museo Mayahuel

La Cosecha Sacramento

Station 16 Restaurant & Bar

Hoppy’s Railyard Kitchen & Hopgarden

Aji Dori

Hawks Provision and Public House

Tower Bridge Bistro

Aioli Bodega Española

Brasserie Capitale

The Red Rabbit Kitchen & Bar

Joe’s Crab Shack

Tiger

Solomon’s Delicatessen

Kasbah Lounge

Grange Restaurant and Bar

Tapa the World

Find menus and make reservations online beginning December 1, 2019 at GoDowntownSac.com/DineDowntown. Tag foodie photos with #DineDowntownSac for a chance to be featured in Dine Downtown promotions.

Dine Downtown Restaurant Week is produced by the Downtown Sacramento Partnership and presented by Kaiser Permanente with support from Radio.com and official transportation sponsor, Sacramento Regional Transit District. Additional support provided by Sac 365, Sacramento Magazine, The Sacramento Bee, OpenTable and Yelp.

CONTACT: Emily Penrod
[email protected]
925-209-0686

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