Chef Joe Thompson Hits a Homerun with Capital Cuisine

Beginning as a child, Joe Thompson’s drive in life has been to see people happy. Since this restaurant owning chef believes most people are delighted around food, he’s able to bring joy to others on a daily basis. “They get excited when they see it and smile when they eat it!” claims Chef Joe, especially when he’s the one cooking…

Downtown Sacramento Spices It Up

In fact, it’s Heather Wong’s travels around the world with her husband that have inspired the spices she cooks with and sells in her shop, which opened on April 1, 2016, just eight months after her daughter was born. At 34-years-old and a new mom, the extensive list of countries she has visited is impressive, though she feels there’s so…

Emigh Hardware — A Sacramento Legacy for Over 100 Years

When brothers James and Clay Emigh arrived in Sacramento in 1908 and set up shop on J Street, they did more than create a storefront — they created a legacy that would still stand strong 108 years later. Moving to Sacramento from Suisun City, the Emigh brothers began to sell hardware through their store, Emigh Hardware. The brothers took every…

FoodJets — Bringing Fresh Food Fast to Sacramento

Imagine it's 6pm, your family is starving, there's nothing in the fridge and you don't have time to go out to a restaurant. Wouldn't it be amazing if you could have a fresh and hot restaurant meal delivered to your home in 10 minutes?

MORRY’S ORIENTAL RUG BAZAAR

Step into Morry’s Oriental Rug Bazaar, 5623 H Street, Sacramento, and meet Morry Baghestanian himself — a kind and patient man who is happy to teach new customers how to choose the perfect rug for their home or business. A fixture in East Sacramento for the past 24 years, Morry’s Oriental Rug Bazaar is filled from floor to ceiling with…