With a world-renowned agriculture industry and talented chefs locally sourcing their ingredients, it’s no wonder why Greater Sacramento is America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital. Our 250+ award-winning wineries and breweries are just the icing on the cake.


Greater Sacramento’s dining culture is deeply tied to its bustling agriculture industry. Farm-to-fork is a way of life here – we even host an annual festival dedicated to it! Chefs from large establishments like the Golden 1 Center and smaller restaurants alike commit themselves to locally sourcing their ingredients. Our food isn’t just fresh, it’s also delicious. The region is home to one Michelin starred restaurant and another ten with Michelin Plates designations. For the ultimate foodie experience, take part in the Tower Bridge Dinner, where hundreds gather to enjoy a locally-sourced dinner prepared by some of the region – and the world’s – top chefs, all served along Sacramento’s famed Tower Bridge. More of a chef yourself? Stop by one of the region’s many farmers’ markets to pick up your groceries year-round.


It’s not just the ingredients that are sourced locally, but also the beer and wine. Residents and visitors can enjoy a full day of wine tasting within the region. Uncrowded and unspoiled just 20 minutes from downtown Sacramento, Clarksburg features over 12 wineries and tasting rooms. Families and friends flock here to enjoy picturesque scenery, premier tasting and garden picnics. Head west to the Placer Wine Trail for an intimate experience chatting up winemakers at family-owned and operated establishments.

Beer drinkers can get their fill as well, as award-winning microbreweries abound in the region. With food trucks, lawn games, trivia nights and more, the region’s brewery scene is a popular hangout for both families and friend groups.