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Valentine's Feast at Tuli's Bistro

Tuli Bistro has made a tradition of decadent Valentine’s Day feasts, and this year will be no exception. But this year, Tuli is getting back to its roots: simply, a love of food.

There will be even more focus on local, seasonal, sustainable ingredients. On this special day, it's good to be reminded what there is to love about what you have, who you’re with, and where you are—so join us as we do the same in an elegantly intimate evening of the best food our local farms have to offer.

Valentine's Day Feast on Feb 14

Five course prix fix menu $75 ($25 for wine pairing)

For more info, visit www.tulibistro.com

The Trouble with Goat Cheese

The Trouble with Goat Cheese

I don’t know about you, but I have a love/hate relationship with goat cheese. I swear…some days it’s the best thing to come out of a goat, and the next time I eat it, I’m spitting it out into my napkin.

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Top 5 2011 Food Trends to look out for in Sacramento

Top 5 2011 Food Trends to look out for in Sacramento

As foodies, we are always on the lookout for cool new food trends. After lots of research, we’ve compiled our list of the top five 2011 food trends that are already making their Sacramento debuts.

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Review: Ten 22

Review: Ten 22

If you live in or near Sacramento, one of the best things to look forward to in the new year is Dine Downtown Week.  Every year during the first week of January, some of the downtown area's finest restaurants offer a special three course menu showcasing new dishes or tried & true favorites for just $30 per person.

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Review: 4th Street Grill

As has the rest of America already...it was Sex in the City night for my girlfriends and I. Happily the movie was faithful to the series and very satisfying to watch. But before that we had just an OK dinner at the 4th Street Grill. Disappointing because I've had great meals here in the past.

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Tres Agaves Roseville celebrates its Jan. 21 tequila distillary event

Each month, Tres Agaves Roseville welcomes ambassadors from a Tequila distillery to celebrate that Tequila’s unique flavor profile and culture.  On Friday, Jan. 21 from 6:00p.m. to 10:00p.m. Tres Agaves Roseville will feature Jose Cuervo Tequilas and provide guests with the opportunity to learn first-hand how to craft Tres Agaves’ signature all-natural margaritas in a margarita making class. To add a new twist, specialty flavored agave nectars and rim salts will also be available for experimentation.

Classes last about 30-45 minutes and include education on the history and culture of making Tequila as well as a hands-on demonstration where each guest will make two of their own margaritas to enjoy. Classes will begin on the hour each hour starting at 5:30, 7:00 and 8:30 p.m.

Tres Agaves Passport members are $10 and non-members are $25. Class will include two cocktails plus a sampling of Jose Cuervo’s Reserva de la Familia Extra Anejo.

Ten22 celebrates California Restaurant Month

In honor of California Restaurant Month, Ten 22 has prepared a special treat for its guests. From Jan.