A Foodie’s Guide to the Capitol Corridor

November 8, 2016

Northern California is renowned for its diverse and inventive gastronomy, and connecting the regionโ€™s major culinary centers is the 170-mile Capitol Corridor train route. From farm-to-table trend-setters and high-end dining establishments, to local food truck favorites, youโ€™ll find plenty of reasons to pick up a fork along the way. The world-class food-and-drink scene of the region โ€“ which spans both big cities and smaller towns โ€“ incorporates impressive diversity while showcasing the bounty of California with local, organic, and sustainably-produced fare leading the way. Whether youโ€™re in the mood for tasty vegan cuisine or an exquisite cut of meat, hereโ€™s where to satisfy your appetite along the Capitol Corridor.

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