Food & Wine

Detour Before Dark: Tipping a glass at the Old Sugar Mill

Detour Before Dark is a monthly feature that visits the most intriguing food, wine and entertainment destinations within a 45-minute drive of Granite Bay and Roseville.  When ...

Detour Before Dark: Carnivore Indominus at The Buckhorn Steakhouse

Detour Before Dark is a monthly feature that visits the most intriguing food, wine and entertainment destinations within a 45-minute drive of Granite Bay and Roseville.  Unde ...

Detour Before Dark: Jazz Night at Aioli Bodega Espanola

Detour Before Dark is a monthly feature that visits the most intriguing food, wine and entertainment destinations within a 45-minute drive of Granite Bay and Roseville.  In t ...

Boneshaker chefs break through Rocklin's chains

Only a few wooden skeletons remain from Rocklin’s breakneck life as a quarry town, but walking into Boneshaker Brewery on Granite Drive, the weathered lumber and naked barn p ...

Rocklin’s Anatolian Table continues to bridge far-off traditions

Turkey is a land where intriguing conversations and warm hospitality reign supreme, and a couple who grew up with that way of life have been sharing it with Rocklin through cuisine ...

Roseville’s Cibo 7 breaks the ‘stay away’ factor on fine dining

For food lovers unfamiliar with the term “rustic fine dining,” the new Cibo 7 is hoping to burn those words into the region’s culinary consciousness.   ...

Roseville’s Monk’s Cellar prays to the altar of beer art

Monk’s Cellar is looking to make its mark on Downtown Roseville, and it’s using an open, austere elegance — with centuried bricks, chocolate Old World oak and vau ...

Shining brass and broken glasses in New Orleans

The Crescent City nocturnal — horns crying under baroque handrails, statue shadows looming in the lamplight. It’s not difficult to see why strangers are drawn to New O ...

Flame on! Roseville’s Brazilian steakhouses opens international doorway

The churrascarias cooking tradition is steeped in hard-won wisdom — a culinary way of life born over centuries in the campfires of Portuguese homesteaders driving cattle acro ...

Taj Oven spices Roseville up with a taste of the East

The Taj Mahal may be an ocean away, but the time-honored flavors of North India food are thriving in Roseville, along with a slightly American twist. The New India Oven on Pleasan ...

Wind-swept wandering in the Mediterranean

Sometime around 850 B.C., the Greek poet Homer first mused about the seduction of a “wine dark sea,” forever linking Dionysian vines to the flaming colors of a Mediterr ...

The rise of coffee culture

Across the nation, the “Third Wave” coffee movement keeps evolving into a quiet lifestyle revolution, offering people culinary art in a cup while fostering unique gathe ...

What’s new at Wise Villa Winery?

Tucked away in the Sierra foothills, not far from the busy thoroughfares of Interstate 80 and Highway 65, sits a small winery that is looking to make a big impact on the local wine ...