Robb Venditti, the longtime Sacramento chef who helped make Pangaea Bier Café a dining as well as beer-drinking destination, has opened his own small deli in the Tahoe Park neighborhood. Rossi Catering & Deli (“Rossi” is Venditti’s nickname) sits at 5774 Broadway, in the same shopping center as MoMo’s Meat Market and just down the street from Bacon & Butter. “It’s an up-and-coming neighborhood,” Venditti said.
Sacramentans, including me, like to talk about how now is the best time ever for the city’s restaurant scene. But the real movement happened roughly a decade ago. The period from 2006-08 saw the openings of Mulvaney’s B&L, Hawks, Ella Dining Room & Bar and Grange. High end and high profile, this quartet energized the scene, focusing on the farm-to-table concept with which Sacramento later would brand itself.
Capital Hop Shop – a new downtown Sacramento beer bar from the owners of Capitol Beer and Tap Room on Fair Oaks Boulevard – is close to opening. “We are shooting for the next couple of weeks,” said Capitol Beer and Tap Room co-owner Ken Hotchkiss. Outside signage already has been painted on the building at 15th and I streets that previously was home to an auto shop. Unlike Capitol Beer and Tap Room – often shortened to “Cap Tap” by its many devotees – Hop Shop will serve food.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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