Appetizers
August 15, 2012
Zocalo to open Roseville restaurant on Monday

The operators of Zocalo, a popular upscale Mexican restaurant in midtown Sacramento, will open a new Zocalo next Monday, Aug. 20, in the Fountains at Roseville shopping complex.

The new Roseville Zocalo is co-owned by Jimmy Johnson, Ernesto Jiminez and Scott Kim. The general manager is Noe Hernandez. Johnson and Jiminez also own and operate Mas Cocina Mexicana in Roseville.

The 4,500-square-foot Roseville eatery will seat about 120 people inside and 60 on the patio and within an enclosed waiting space that will double as a lounge.

Designer and architect Ernesto Cruz has imported authentic furnishings from Mexico, including bar stools, tables and 7-foot, hand-carved columns. A full bar is included.

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