“This is a fantastic way for restaurants across the region to highlight the local and seasonal items on their menus, or develop inventive events that showcase something new,” CRA Sacramento President Bobby Coyote, founder of Dos Coyotes.
The 10-day event will showcase the Sacramento region as the culinary powerhouse that it is, with dozens of area restaurants slated to produce special events, menus and opportunities to meet the farmers, winemakers and brewers who make Sacramento America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital. Nearly 30 restaurants have already signed on to participate, and are planning a variety of events, from prix fixe menus, to winemaker and brewer dinners to daily specials and more.
“We hope locals and visitors alike will find Farm-to-Fork week to be an excellent time to dine out with family and friends to truly discover the culinary innovations and strong agricultural partnerships happening in the region,” SCVB Senior Vice President Mike Testa said.
Both the chapter and SCVB have committed to collaborating with city leaders from communities beyond the downtown core, including Davis, West Sacramento, Roseville, Folsom and beyond to ensure they’re actively engaged in what has become a signature food movement for the region.
For more information, or to see a list of participating restaurants, go online atwww.farmtoforkcapital.com/restaurantweek. Restaurants interested in participating can go online atwww.calrest.org/farmtofork for information.
About the California Restaurant Association: The California Restaurant Association (CRA), with more than 22,000 member restaurants, is the definitive voice of the California restaurant and hospitality industry and has served to protect and promote its success since 1906. The restaurant industry is one of the largest private employers in California, representing more than 1.4 million jobs. Restaurants produce more than $58 billion in sales annually and generate more than $4.5 billion in sales tax for the state. For more, go online at calrest.org.