Whether you’re looking for a hearty morning meal or want to venture to a new breakfast spot other than your trusty Noah’s NY Bagels — here’s your go-to guide for local bagel shops around Sacramento.
Solomon’s, 730 K St. This deli — which honors Tower Records founder Russ Solomon — also sells its bagels at the Sacramento Food Co-op, in case you can’t make it downtown before they sell out (or 3 p.m., whichever comes first).
River City Deli and Bagels, 2546 24th St. This spot — known for its bagel spreads and delicious breakfast burritos — is small, but serves a mighty meal. Try this: Jalapeno cheese bagel with regular spread.
Camellia Coffee Roasters, 1200 R St. Suite 130 Come in for the house-made coffee, stay for the bites from the local Faria Bakery. This bakery brings its bites made with local ingredients and grains to the coffee roasters, making it a one-stop-shop for a locally sourced morning meal. Try this: Hooked up bagel with scallion-dill cream cheese.
Main Street Bagel Cafe, 1580 W El Camino Ave. If you’re looking for a spot that serves up dense and chewy bagels, head to Main Street. And this doesn’t have to be a morning meal — swing by for a bagel pizza, bagel dog, or add lunch meat to your bagel order.
Posh Bagel Roseville, 10305 Fairway Dr., Roseville Located in the Highland Reserve Marketplace, this spot is know for serving up a diverse selection of NY-style bagels along with other food and drink items. Try this: Mediterranean Salad Sandwich and a matcha tea blended with boba.
N Street Café, 2022 N St. Enjoy the outdoor seating with a view and some freshly-made food from owner Ramzi and his team. Alongside delicious breakfast bagels, the cafe offers soups, salads, coffee, and baked goods. Try this: Pick up your order and take a stroll over to the Sacramento Walk of Stars — 1801 L St. — and learn about accomplished Sacramentans.
The Emo Night Tour | Wednesday, Nov. 23 | 8 p.m. | Harlow’s, 2708 J St., Sacramento | $15-$25 | Break out your band tees and straighten those bangs for a night of your favorite emo hits.
Joe Bonamassa | Wednesday, Nov. 23 | 8 p.m. | SAFE Credit Union Performing Arts Center, 1301 L St., Sacramento | $59-$249 | The blues artist who started his career at age 12 comes to Sacramento.
Thursday, Nov. 24
12th Annual Walk To Stock The Food Closet | Thursday, Nov. 24 | 9-11 a.m. | Auburn Central Square, 940-948 Lincoln Way, Auburn | Free | Enjoy Thanksgiving morning at a fundraising event to benefit local families in need.
4th Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner | Thursday, Nov. 24 | 12-3 p.m. | Thompson Rose Chapel Funeral Home, 3601 5th Ave., Sacramento | Free | Enjoy a home-cooked meal with members of your community.
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More than a dozen roadswill be closed in East Sac tomorrow for the annual Run to Feed the Hungry. The first race begins at 8:15 a.m., with closures expected to last until noon. 👟 (Sacramento City Express)
The Sacramento area’s high school football championshipswill be held this weekend. The action kicks off when No. 1 Folsom High School takes on No. 3 Oak Ridge High School at Hughes Stadium this Friday, Nov. 25, at 6 p.m. in the Division I Championship. 🏈 (FOX40)
Sacramento River Cats third baseman Casey Schmitt was one of nine recipients of the 2022 Golden Glove Award this week. Schmitt is the second player at the position for Sacramento to earn a postseason award. ⚾️ (Davis Enterprise)
Track 7 Brewing Co.will close its East Sac taproom, located at 5090 Folsom Blvd., on Sunday, Dec. 4. Stay thirsty though — locally-owned bar and restaurant University of Beer already has plans to take over the space for its seventh location. 🍺 (Sac Biz Journal)
A proposal filed with the city of Roseville shows plans for a 16,000-sqftCostco Wholesale at Baseline and Fiddyment roads. The store would also include a gas station, car wash, and more than 900 parking stalls. No date has been given for a planned opening. (Sac Bee)
Need something easy on the ears to play while doing the post-Thanksgiving dishes or driving to see your family? Ranging from categories like true crime to sports + travel, consider giving these Sacramento podcasts a listen. 🎧
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