Bravo to the Bee for putting a restaurant story on the front page. I bought a print copy today because it caught my eye. I guess there's not that much to say when it comes right down to it. Of all the places that closed, I only mourn Red Lotus, but I think that was a tough concept and maybe too large of a space. It's so much easier to make a small intimate space feel lively and bustling. I'm trying to think of other very large restaurants that have done really well in Sac and I can't think of any right now.
BAR also has a feature on Doughbots. I think he has me talked into reconsidering them for my doughnut dollar. Does Marie's really just use pre-mixed, artificial stuff?
This article is annoying. Does it have to be either of these things? How about it's just a new airport terminal that happens to have more art than average. He probably has never flown out of the international terminal if he's questioning the need for nicer digs, although will people be flying out of that terminal internationally or just arriving in?
Oy vey, I think I'm going to have to miss this Jewish food fest but it sounds awesome. Maybe we will one day have a Jewish deli or good bagel shop here. Sigh.