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Best Food and Drink in Roseville, Granite Bay and Rocklin

As voted by the readers of Style Magazine.

Vampire Penguin: Foodie Find in Granite Bay

I enjoyed snow today. It was fluffy and light, with caramel and bananas, and delicious. Yes, I had delicious caramely banana snow. Before you start thinking I’m crazy, let me explain.

Rock-N-Fire: Neighboring Noshes of Roseville Rocklin and Granite Bay

“I opted for the Lil’ Italy and was not disappointed. The produce all tasted as if it was just picked from a nearby garden, and it made for a light, healthy, and affordable meal.”

Sushi Omakase: Japanese Fare with Flair in Roseville

A unique concept caught my eye as I was preparing to order my sushi—the build-your-own roll. Owner Justin says, “You can name it, and we’ll keep it on file for you.” Omakase in reverse!

The Hot List: 6 Super Bowls

In case you haven’t heard, bowls are the new plates. Fortunately, our area has caught on to the cuisine craze. From spicy to savory, we have six super bowls that are here to stay.

The 10 Spot: Cool Tasting Rooms

So many tasting rooms, so little time. Whether you’re searching for sips or stunning scenery and hip environs, there’s options for all. Read on for our favorites. In no particular order…

Seasons's Eatings: Placergrown Berries

Scientifically defined as “any fruit that has seeds enclosed in a fleshy pulp, for example, a banana or tomato,” berries even include produce like watermelons, avocados, and pumpkins.

La Palmita Antojitos Mexicanos

Though given the choice from any of their mouthwatering meats, I opted for the breakfast protein of champions.

Monster Mayhem: Brighton Summer Camp

Our camp offers all campers ages 5-14 amazing opportunities and fun experiences that build self-esteem, and develop life-long friendships year after year.

Quick Chicken Masala: Taste/Sip On This

Chicken masala features bite-sized pieces of tender chicken marinated in a creamy red curry-like sauce and is usually served over rice. Interestingly, its origin is not entirely known.

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