Coming soon to Downtown Sac

Welcome to 2016 and a new growth cycle for Downtown Sacramento as three new businesses prepare to open their doors in the urban core. 

allspicery collage

Photo courtesy of Nicholas Wray

2015 Calling All Dreamers grand prize winner, Heather Wong, is on track to open Allspicery at 1125 11th Street within the next month. Located near Chops restaurant in Downtown Sacramento, Allspicery will be the first one-stop spice shop in Sacramento, offering a curated selection of spices, salts, teas, and proprietary house-made spice blends sourced from around the world. The shop will offer commonplace spices as well as obscure, hard-to-find ingredients. Spices will be sold whole or freshly ground in-house, making the shop a veritable candy store for foodies.

Photo courtesy of City of Sacramento

Photo courtesy of City of Sacramento

Cesar Chavez Plaza will soon welcome La Cosecha, a new market-to-table Mexican restaurant by local restaurateur Ernesto Delgado – owner of Mayahuel on K Street. Plans for the new plaza restaurant include extensive patio dining with new landscaping and lighting. Once the doors open this spring, La Cosecha will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner to guests seven days a week. With the lease recently approved by the City, building improvements will commence this month starting with fencing around the structure on January 11. 


The local creative community is planting fashion seeds in the heart of downtown as 2015 Calling All Dreamers finalists, Karisa Gold and Kimberly Dawn Eanes, recently acquired studio space at 717 K Street to house The Workspace: Fashion Incubator. The stylish entrepreneurs envision The Workspace as a collaborative fashion hub that will incorporate both a professional level workroom and a designer retail showroom where they will produce collections to be debuted at Sacramento Fashion Week in February 2016.