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What's Up In March 2024: Notable Happenings in our Local Communities.

Experience premium artisanal chocolate directly from Switzerland at Läderach ( Scheduled to open this summer inside Westfield Galleria at Roseville, the shop will feature more than 85 varieties of sustainably sourced, bean-to-bar chocolate, including handcrafted pralines, truffles, chocolate popcorn, single-origin tablet bars, vegan offerings, and over 20 varieties of FrischSchoggi: large slabs of fresh chocolate bark that can be hand-broken and enjoyed for gifting or everyday occasions.



Lecavalier Cellars (, which takes an innovative, eco-friendly approach to all aspects of wine production, is opening a tasting room this spring at 9314 Chantry Hill Road in Newcastle. Offering a variety of exquisite vino from the Sierra Foothills, Napa Valley, Russian River Valley, and Paso Robles, the tasting room—conveniently located off Interstate 80—will also serve small bites paired alongside their wines.

Lecavalier Cellars


Popular food truck, Valenz Tacos—known for their street tacos, burritos, mulitas, nachos, and quesadillas—is opening a counter-service restaurant at 3275 Coach Lane, Suite B, in Cameron Park. Valenz Mexican Kitchen, scheduled to open this month, will expand on top of its existing menu with items like molcajete.

Valenz Tacos


Brazilian restaurant chain Fogo de Chão ( is joining the Ridge at Creekside in Roseville (1104 Galleria Boulevard). The eatery—which specializes in churrasco (roasting different cuts of meat over an open flame and then carving and serving them tableside) and features a “Market Table” with seasonal salads, soups, fresh vegetables, and imported charcuterie—is planning to expand the building’s interior and exterior square footage before opening.

Fogo de Chão


Westfield Galleria at Roseville is in the process of converting a vacant space next to Round 1 Bowling & Amusement—known as the mall’s “family wing”—into a mini food court with quick-service eateries including Sharetea ( and an escape room called The Escape Game ( The 4,000-square-foot addition is scheduled to open by the end of the year.

Round 1 Bowling & Amusement


Moonraker Millhouse—sited at 3501 Robin Lane in Cameron Park—now houses Moonraker Coffee Roasters (, a café serving scratch-made syrups, house-roasted specialty coffee (including bagged beans), espresso, pastries, and small breakfast bites. Open daily from 7 a.m.-1 p.m., the business—not unlike their brewing brand—is dedicated to sourcing the finest ingredients from responsible producers.

Moonraker Coffee Roasters


Chic, therapeutic retreat Sidney Le Beauty (—named after founder Sidney Le—is opening a location in Roseville at 1257 Pleasant Grove Boulevard, Suite 110. The Sacramento-based business, which offers permanent makeup, lash extensions, and glam services by highly trained artists, will now have three locations.

Folsom's Broadstone Marketplace is welcoming two new tenants this spring. Boomba Tea—scheduled to open next month at 2784 East Bidwell Street, Suite 300—will serve a variety of boba teas and smoothie teas (with add-ons like brown sugar, popping jellies, crème brûlée, and cheese foam), in addition to ramen, spam musubi, and popcorn chicken. Baker’s Dozen Donuts, beloved for their homemade apple fritters and variety of donuts, is also opening in the center. Their existing location is at 717 East Bidwell Street.

Sacramento’s favorite river restaurant, Crawdads on the River (—known for their riverfront patio, lively digs, and contemporary menu (seafood, Cajun fare, and cocktails)—is opening a second location in Folsom. Crawdads on the Lake, sited at 9900 Greenback Lake, is slated to open late this spring after the building undergoes a major overhaul.

Crawdads on the River


Global leader in semiconductor technology, Samsung Semiconductor (, is driving memory innovations for cloud and data center environments, as well as mobile and automotive solutions at a new Folsom office. Located at 2365 Iron Point Road, the Folsom campus currently has 50 engineers, with plans to grow that number over the next few years.

Samsung Semiconductor


Congrats to Nevaeh Smith, an eighth grader at Valley View Charter Montessori School in El Dorado Hills, whose artwork won the “Design a Bus Wrap” contest and will be on an El Dorado Transit bus for one year.

Valley View Charter Montessori School


Congrats to Guy’s for Lunch (, Zest Mediterranean Cuisine (, and Pizzeria Luba ( for making Yelp’s “Top 100 Places to Eat in the U.S.” list, which was compiled by asking Yelpers for their favorite dining spots then ranking each by total number of submissions, ratings, reviews, and geographic representation. Guy’s (known for their succulent chicken salad sandwich, aka “the Life Changer,” and tender pulled pork sandwich) ranked 18th, Zest (beloved for their gyros, kabobs, and baklava) came in at 24th, and Luba (whose menu is a tribute to sourdough-crust pies and locally sourced ingredients) landed close behind at 34th. For more info, visit

Pizzeria Luba


The Meadow Connect—whose mission is to make movement accessible to every“body”—is relocating and reopening as H Ō M E Studio Placerville ( this month. In addition to cold plunge experiences, sauna therapy, sound journeys, and workshops, the new location at 687 Placerville Drive will continue to offer infrared heated and non-heated yoga, Pilates, and group fitness classes.

H Ō M E Studio Placerville


Folsom Taekwondo Center ( recently celebrated their 40th anniversary with an action-packed event full of fighting, weapons, and board breaking. In his 40 years of service to the community, Grandmaster Jack Corrie, ninth-degree black belt and world champion, has turned out national champions, U.S. team members, world champions, UFC fighters, thousands of black belts, and more.

The Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce hosted their annual Installation Dinner—a night of community celebrations, craft cocktails (courtesy of Randy Peters Catering), entertainment, and a silent auction benefiting the Placer Workforce Development Foundation. The evening also honored special individuals and organizations, including Kevin Hernandez (Edward M. Friedman Community Service Award), Anne Carpenter (Volunteer of the Year Award), and STYLE Magazine (Milestone Award).

Anne Carpenter


Shanghai Tattoo ( is in the process of relocating from 718 Sutter Street, Suite 208, to their own building (also in Historic Folsom) at 305 Wool Street. The larger space will allow the business to add additional services, such as piercings and cosmetic tattooing. The owners also have plans to host monthly art exhibitions and offer a retail area with artwork, body jewelry, and more.

Shanghai Tattoo


Travelers to Sacramento International Airport ( will soon be able to enjoy a meal from Nixtaco ( before boarding their plane in Terminal B. Scheduled to open by late summer or fall, the eatery plans to serve a modified version of their main restaurant menu, in addition to breakfast (think delectable chilaquiles).

Sacramento International Airport


Anne Carpenter-Volunteer of the Year Award photo by Maddi Zacher. Other photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.