Sacramento, long thought of as a sleepy capital lacking the luster of Los Angeles or San Francisco, is emerging from the shadows in the Golden State.
You shouldn’t be surprised then, at how great Sacramento’s restaurants are. If you close your eyes and chow down you could be fooled into thinking you’re in San Francisco. Menus contain words like fresh, local, seasonal, sustainable and artisan. Take, for example, Mulvaney’s B&L. The menu here rotates daily based on the offerings at local farms. Hand-crafted New American is the house specialty. Expect to be wowed when you see some of biggest, freshest looking chunks of salmon or pig roasting on a giant grill, where you can eat surrounded by a lovely garden.
Why Sacramento’s more than just your fave foodie capital
Originally published by Orbitz
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