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By: Orianna C.
Tacos Los Reyes Taco Truck
Good service, especially love the tacos! Great variety of meats to choose from comma good prices too.
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By: Amrit K.
Samosa Garden
Customer service is bigggg zerooooo. Owner's son was very rude to us. Food was nasty. I order samosas and it was freezing cold inside.
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By: Jennifer H.
Evans Kitchen
Great place. We've been a few times now, and always enjoy our meal. We had a very nice family New Year's Eve dinner there this past NYE.
By: Liz K.
Midway Antique Mall
If you like mid century antiques, then this is a wonderful antique mall. It's quite large with a lot of vendors and most follow the 50s/60s theme. They also have some specialty shops on the premises.
By: Lillian Z.
Evans Kitchen
Small local restaurant! Well known for their breakfast! Located in the antique mall near sac state! Great location and has been around and consistent for years!
By: Lillian Z.
57th Street Antique Mall
Huge selection! Lots of vendors and people there are willing to help you find what you are looking for!
By: johnnyt11
Mike and Greg's Fine Antiques
Use EXTREME CAUTION in dealing with these guys, if they think they CAN 'put one over on you" they WILL - and if you discover their deceit they will NOT respond to your complaints in my experienceVery questionable integrity IMHO
By: Liz K.
Lofings Lighting
Lofings has a great collection of all types of lighting. They helped us put together some pendant lights from glass shades that we had purchased in Italy. They turned out great and were very reasonably priced.
By: Angie N.
Vampire Penguin
I had a chocolate ice cream dish that wasn't my favorite, but pretty good. Fun cozy chairs in the front to hang out.
By: Michelle P.
Meet And Eat
Great find in Land Park! Opened earlier this year, it's got a terrific menu (chicken nachos are a favorite), and because it's a "gastropub" also a nice selection of local beers on tap and good wine list. Staff is friendly and the crowd is a mix of locals from neighborhood, students or folks like us from outer suburbs. Nice atmosphere and in warmer months the patio seating is perfect.
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