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Restaurants

Raley's
8391 Folsom Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95826
(916) 383-6622
 
 
Pete's Restaurant & Brewhouse
2001 J Steet
Sacramento, CA 95811
(916) 442-6770
 

Roxie Deli & Grocery
3340 C Street
Sacramento, CA 95816
(916) 443-5402

 
A local, family-owned business open since 2004, Roxie is the sister store to the original SF spot. We offer only the best ingredients in our made-to-order sandwiches with freshly baked bread, crisp produce & high quality meats, plus weekly BBQ specials!  The business location has a long history as a neighborhood establishment.  Many locals remember, appreciate & value the small town feel that the corner store has always had…and still has.  In 2009, a large BBQ Smoker was added outside, the addition of the BBQ has added many new favorites to the menu.  Customers love the tri-tip, ribs and other specials...and everyone enjoys smelling the delicious scents drifting all around!  Roxie Deli offers breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as catering, and, also has a wide variety of hand-selected microbrews and craft sodas to pair with everyone’s favorite Roxie sandwiches.
 
Roxie Deli & Barbeque isn’t just a sandwich spot, it’s an experience.
 
McDonald's
7901 College Town Dr.
Sacramento, CA 95826
(916) 379-9802
 
 The McDonalds at College Town Dr., or the "McHornet" as we like to call it, is a locally owned McDonalds franchise. The store is run by Sacramento State graduate John Ritchey. Our mission is to provide excellent food and service to the community, with a special emphasis on taking care of Sacramento State student-athletes, students, faculty, and staff. Come check out our contemporary atmosphere which includes McCafe espresso based coffee drinks, Wi-fi, & television.
 
Boudin Bakery
Loehmann's Plaza
2573 Fair Oaks Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95825
(916) 974-1849
 
 In 1849, the Boudin family struck culinary gold. Wild yeasts in the San Francisco air had imparted a unique tang to their traditional French bread, giving rise to “San Francisco sourdough French bread.” Today, the Boudin family's initial recipe lives on in the hands and hearts of our expert bakers, with a portion of the original mother dough still starting each and every sourdough loaf we make.

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