California's capital city is undergoing a renaissance, welcoming a wave of new restaurants among other significant developments. Among the latter are a new arena, hotel and retail-entertainment project downtown, and the Bridge District, offering new venues along the river in West Sacramento.COMING UP•
Utah-based Falls Event Center, which already runs one facility in nearby Elk Grove, is planning to open a 13,500-square-foot event venue between the Roseville Galleria and Hyatt Place Sacramento/Roseville. The Falls Event Center Roseville,
slated to open between Dec. 2016 and Feb. 2017, will have six rentable spaces, including a main hall, two conference rooms (large and small), a board room, a game room and a theater.SPRUCED UP
Local restaurant favorite Paragary's, in midtown, reopened last year after undergoing a $1 million makeover. The venerable farm-to-fork restaurant can sit 110 in the main dining room and 40 in a private space.CASUAL GOURMETHawks Public House,
a new gastropub in East Sacramento from the team behind the fine-dining Hawks Restaurant in Granite Bay, serves brunch, lunch and dinner and can seat up to 55 for private events.