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Restaurants, diners dig in for Dine Downtown Sacramento

SACRAMENTO -  For the next 10 days, Sacramentans have the chance to take advantage of reasonable pricing at some of the area's fine dining establishments.

This year, 29 restaurants are participating in Dine Downtown, an event aimed at allowing consumers to experience three-course meals at a reduced cost of $30.  The restaurants involved are also known for using products in their kitchen mostly from local farmers.

Employees at the Grange restaurant inside the Citizen Hotel at 9th and J St. are preparing for a surge in business.

Not far away, Dawson's restaurant at the Hyatt Regency is putting the final touches on a special menu that includes pacific coast oysters, beef short rib, free-range chicken breast, and charred pacific salmon.

Dine Downtown begins Wednesday and goes through next Friday.

3 free ways to get home safely on New Year's Eve

SACRAMENTO - New Year's Eve is a time for celebrating, and for some people, those celebrations can put them over the legal limit to drive.

Fortunately, there are three free services around Sacramento to get New Year's Eve partiers, and their cars (in two cases), home safely.

If you're heading out, be sure to keep the following information on hand in case you happen to overindulge.

AAA Tipsy Tow Service
Just call 800-222-4357 (AAA-HELP) and tell them you need a tipsy tow.

News10 Coat Distribution Day today

If you or someone you know needs a coat, come to one of the following locations on Friday, Dec. 28, 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.:

Sacramento: Cal Expo - 1600 Exposition Boulevard

Stockton: Salvation Army, 1305 E. Weber Street (209-948-8955)

Modesto: Salvation Army, 625 I Street (209-522-3209)

Lodi: Salvation Army, 525 Lockeford Street (209-369-5896)

Yuba City/Marysville: Old Mervyn's building, 202 D Street, Marysville (530-216-4534)  

Join News10 and Nugget Markets for a wine pairing event

Join News10 and Nugget Markets for a wine pairing event

Tis the season for holiday parties. Come learn from Nugget Market’s wine expert what wines will work best with your appetizers and dishes at your party.

Nugget wine steward Michael Taylor and specialty cheese manager Jaclyn Neff will give a presentation on how to pair your wine in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Have a chance to sample some wine and appetizers and see for yourself why different wines work so well with certain foods.

The wine and cheese experts bring years of experience to the table. Taylor worked as a chef for 17 years and has a vast experience in winemaker dinners and selecting wines for his restaurant’s wine list. He has also traveled to some of the biggest food-and-wine regions, including Spain, Portugal and France.

Neff has worked as a cheese specialist at the Vacaville Nugget Market for more than two years, and is now the department manager.

Santa is Coming to Neighborhoods with Lights and Sirens

Santa is Coming to Neighborhoods with Lights and Sirens

Elk Grove, Calif.  – The annual Santa & Sirens parade is coming to town on three special nights.  The Cosumnes Community Services District (CSD) Fire Department and the Elk Grove Police Department are coordinating with Santa Claus himself, December 12-14.  Parades are scheduled to begin at the following fire stations:

  • Station 75 (Laguna West), December 12
  • Station 72 (Franklin), December 13
  • Station 73 (East Elk Grove), December 14

Each parade will begin and end at the listed fire stations.  They will travel the neighborhoods on their scheduled date from 7-9 p.m., weather permitting.

Project Love is busy with the holidays

Project Love is busy with the holidays

Project Love has been busy with the holidays. On Thanksgiving, several Project Love volunteers helped serve a Thanksgiving meal to the homeless and needy. It had a great turnout and fed many people. Project Love continues to provide meals, clothing, haircuts or showers to anyone who needs it.

We provide these sevices every Friday at 6 p.m. at the Luthern church on E steet in Galt, except for the last Saturday of the month, when our event is held at the Methodist church on C Street in Galt at 5 p.m. The ladies of the Methodist church provide the meal on that Saturday. Thank you ladies you are doing a wonderful job!

Bad weather promts cancellation of Longleaf Drive Roadway & Bridge Grand Opening

Bad weather promts cancellation of Longleaf Drive Roadway & Bridge Grand Opening

Due to the expected severe weather, Thursday’s ribbon cutting ceremony for Longleaf Drive roadway and bridge has been cancelled. The grand opening celebration was originally planned for Thursday, Nov. 29 at 10 a.m. 

The roadway and bridge will still open to motorists on Thursday. 

Source: City of Elk Grove