Like so many other urban hubs around the US, Sacramento is in the midst of a rapid growth spurt, with the attendant ills of rent increases and gentrification. We’ve lost a host of beloved older spots; particularly agonizing is the apparent closing of June’s Café, a homestyle Japanese lunch counter that recently shuttered due to a death in the family. An answering machine message says the closure is temporary.
Thankfully, Sacramento still has quite a few historic eateries left. When you are thinking about going out for a meal and you tick the mental list of what hot new place at which to get a trendy chicken sandwich whilst you gaze at neon and graffiti art, don’t forget about these old friends. They won’t be around forever.Read More