Sacramento’s Last Historic Street Clock

Sacramentos last historic clock

The historic Fred Mayes Jewelers street clock that decorates the sidewalk on 10th and J street is likely the last of its kind in Sacramento. Standing at around 16-feet tall, this 100-year-old towering timepiece is a peek into Sacramento’s past. At night, the clock becomes illuminated by gold and white neon lights in the shape …

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Mexican Restaurants in Sacramento You Must Try

Mexican restaurants in sacramento you must try

These Mexican restaurants in Sacramento and the surrounding regions all host menus which are unique in some way. While there are a ton of exceptional taquería, Tex-Mex, and Mexicali cuisine, these are not those types of restaurants. Explore these restaurants to experience some of the more diverse and culturally significant foods of Mexico. To make …

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Botanical and Rose Gardens of Sacramento

Botanical and rose gardens of sacramento

You don’t have to travel far to find hundreds of roses in one spot, a desert in another, or simply admire some native vegetation. Take a tour to discover the diverse botanical and rose gardens of Sacramento. These spectacular gardens are rich in the history of Sacramento, home to many award-winning varieties of roses and …

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Platespotting at The Village Feast

Platespotting at the village feast featured

The Village Feast is a low-waste event, put on in Davis, California, by Davis Farm to School. The nonprofit benefits Les Dames D’Escoffier, Sacramento, and Davis Farm to School. Both organizations work in support of early and continued education around food and agriculture. The Dames provide scholarships to women in food, wine, and agriculture, while …

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