July 22, 2010
First phase of $1.5 million Enotria remodel completed

By Chris Macias

The first phase of a renovation that will double the capacity of Enotria Cafe and Wine Bar (1431 Del Paso Blvd., Sacramento) has been completed. That's the good news. The downside is that the restaurant will close temporarily following dinner service on Saturday. Plans originally called for Enotria to remain open during the renovation, but interior work and construction on Enotria's new wine bar have instead called for a closure.

Look for Enotria's new wine bar and renovated courtyard to be open by mid-September. The final phase of this $1.5 million project, which will include a remodeling of the main dining room, is expected to be finished by Dec.1. Meanwhile, look for wine discounts and complimentary appetizers until Saturday. For more information:

Call The Bee's Chris Macias, (916) 321-1253.

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