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The largest variety of gourmet barbecue for community eating

Serving the greater Sacramento Area, Smokin’ Ewe is a mobile food truck that brings premium cooked meats to you.

Food

Locations

today

Sep. 6th
11-2

Sutter Hospital Lunch

2801 L St. Sacramento, CA 95816

Sep. 7th
11-2

15th and Capitol Lunch

1317 15th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814

Sep. 8th
11-2

Sutter Hospital Lunch

2801 L St. Sacramento, CA 95816

Sep. 8th
6-9

West Sac Food Truck Mania

2950 Linden Road, West Sacramento, CA 95691

Sep. 9th
6-9

Roseville Food Truck Mania

Vernon Street Town Square, Roseville, CA

Sep. 12th
11-2

Sutter Hospital Lunch

2801 L St. Sacramento, CA 95816

Community

Farm to Fork

Farm to Fork

Member & Community Volunteer

Farm-to-Fork isn’t a passing fad or a marketing slogan in the Sacramento region – it’s the way we live. Our region has been an agricultural powerhouse for centuries, boasting a year-round growing season, ideal climate and a mouth-watering bounty of crops. Chances are, if you’re enjoying a meal in the Sacramento region, it came from a local farm.

Today, Sacramento sits among 1.5 million acres of farms and ranches that grow more than 120 crops for markets here and abroad. The region is also home to more than 40 regional farmers markets—including the largest California Certified Farmers’ Market in the state.

Local restaurants utilize the abundance of regionally grown products to create a Farm-to-Fork freshness that’s unparalleled. Whether you’re enjoying a burger or an elegant dinner, local ingredients are on the table. And as the seasons change, so do the Sacramento region’s restaurant menus, ensuring a true taste of local flavor.

In short – the Sacramento region is the true home of Farm-to-Fork. So grab a plate – we saved you a seat.

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SactoMoFo

Sactomofo

A Founding Member

Sacramento Mobile Foods (SactoMoFo), began in 2011 with very modest ambitions: to introduce Sacramento to the fast-growing industry of street food. That April we held the first SactoMoFo food truck festival at Fremont Park, and we were incredibly humbled by the show of support, with an overwhelming attendance of more than 10,000 mobile food enthusiasts.

We’ve been continuing our efforts to promote food trucks and their delicious food ever since – pedal to the food truck metal. Our mission is now two fold: to improve access for hungry fans of street food, and to increase the visibility and viability for food truck businesses. Today SactoMoFo has organized, promoted and managed numerous large scale food truck festivals, and many more intimate recurring community events.

At SactoMoFo, we believe in the power of our shared food experience – in dining al fresco, forging connections between friends and strangers, sharing food at a communal table, and supporting the smallest of small businesses.

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