Sacramento Hotel Kitchenettes Bring Farm-to-Fork to Your Suite


By Ed Murrieta

Sacramento has an abundance of restaurants that showcase the agricultural bounty that makes our region America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital.

That’s great news for the average food tourist.

But what does Sacramento offer to culinary travelers — visitors who want to go native and dig into our local food scene — to buy, cook and enjoy their own farm-to-fork feasts?

How about farmers markets just about every day of the week — brimming with local vegetables, herbs, fruits, meat, poultry, cheese, nuts, wine, breads and more?

How about food-friendly lodgings? Upscale hotel suites offer full apartment-style kitchens and great views of the State Capitol.

The historic hostel across from City Hall boasts a totally modern kitchen. There’s something for every budget.

Whether you’re visiting Sacramento for business or for pleasure, here’s a guide to farmers markets, specialty grocers, hotels and other lodging for culinary travelers who want to go native in America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital — to buy, cook and enjoy your own farm-to-fork feasts.

Coming to Sacramento for the Farm-to-Fork Week Sept. 21-29? Check our hotel deals.

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