Cherished Sacramento seafood eating place now open in Brentwood

East Contra Costa County: It’s time for shrimp side road tacos, poke bowls and cioppino.

Station 16, the loved downtown Sacramento seafood eating place and bar, opened quietly remaining week in The Streets of Brentwood buying groceries plaza at 2505 Sand Creek Street, Suite 120. That is the second one location for Station 16, which began in Sacramento in 2016 and provides an especially massive menu of starters, small plates, pastas, salads and different seafood-oriented dishes.

The Brentwood menu, hours and contact quantity have not begun to be posted on-line, however highlights of the  Sacramento menu come with Seoul St. Oysters with candy and highly spiced Korean-inspired sauce, mozzarella, corn, sesame seeds and inexperienced onion; a lobster roll on buttered brioche and a number of “sizzlin’” solid iron skillets wearing garlic and white wine sauce. You select the protein — prawns, mussels, clams or Dungeness crab — in addition to add-ons reminiscent of corn at the cob, sausage or fingerling potatoes.

At the beverage aspect, search for native craft beers, wines by means of the glass or bottle and 10 signature cocktails, together with the Mangonada, made with tequila, mango puree and a tamarind straw. Main points:

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