Squid-ink lobster roll new to the menu at this popular East Sacramento restaurant | Hawks Public House, one of the best new restaurants to open in Sacramento in the past few years, has hired Dane Blom as its new chef de cuisine. Blom previously was chef de cuisine at the esteemed Sacramento restaurant Grange. Blom already has introduced new menu items to Public House. We liked the lobster roll, which arrives as two sliders filled with lobster dressed with aioli, preserved lemon, red onion, celery and dill. The house brioche buns are made with squid ink, which Blom said he …
Sundays are meant for good food and a bottle of wine to get your week started. Starting this Sunday, March 25, we will offer a casual Sunday dinner for two, at Hawks Public House for $45. Every Sunday, we will feature a special menu with Caesar salad, garlic bread, and Chef’s choice pasta to share. Enjoy a select bottle of wine for the evening for just $25 and leave the dishes to us! The Sunday Dinner menu will be available in addition to our regular dinner menu and reservations can be made by calling 916-588-4440.
Join us for Easter on Sunday, April 16. Our Easter Brunch will begin with a family style offering of Artisan Pastries and Salmon Rillette, followed by a choice of entree and dessert. Our four-course Easter dinner menu begins with an English Pea Puree and Spring Vegetable Crudite. We will have an a la carte menu for children 12 and under. To book, call (916) 588-4440. See full menus here: Easter Brunch 2017 Easter Dinner 2017
Pastry Chef Misty Greene prepared dessert paired with Mraz Brewing Co. 3 Berry Sour for our Beer Dinner on Wednesday, March 8! View full segment here: http://www.kcra.com/article/sacramento-beer-week-hawks-public-house-mraz-beer-dinner/9096578
Celebrate Sacramento Beer Week at Hawks Public House on Wednesday, March 8 as we welcome Mraz Brewing Co. for a special beer dinner. Chef Mike will prepare a four-course menu for $60 per guest, paired with brews from award-winning Mraz Brewing Co. Seating is limited and reservations can be made by calling 916.588.4440. We kindly request a credit card to hold reservations. $60 per guest does not include taxes and gratuity. See menu here: mraz-brew-dinner-3-8-2017
Tuesday, February 14 is Valentine’s Day and reservations are now open at Hawks Public House. In addition to our regular menu Chef Justin will create a four-course menu for $60 per guest, paired with cocktails and wines for $24 per guest. To book, call (916) 588-4440. See full menu here: vday-2-14-2017
Join us on Sunday, January 22 for the first 2017 Sunday Dinner with The Sacramento Bee at Hawks Public House. This is a special ticketed event with a five-course dinner designed by chef/owner Michael Fagnoni and chef Justin Green. Beverages may be purchased before, during and after dinner. The Bee’s restaurant critic Carla Meyer and food and culture writer, Chris Macias, will be on hand during the event to speak with guests and answer questions. Meyer will interview chefs Fagnoni and Green during dinner. Dining space is limited so reserve your seat today for this fun evening. Price per person: $65 (tax …
Sacramento Bee · There are key indicators of a restaurant’s quality, with food, service, ambiance and wine list chief among them. Less obvious but often as telling is how a restaurant treats soft drinks. If a place gets farm-fresh eggs from the Capay Valley and small-batch whiskey from a hip distiller yet buys its iced tea pre-sweetened from a conglomerate, there likely will be disconnects in other aspects of the operation as well. But places whose commitment to hand-crafted offerings extends to nonalcoholic drinks tend to belong to a higher tier, I have found in my nonscientific yet thorough survey of …
Let us take some of the stress out of the holidays and order Christmas Eve or Christmas dinner from Hawks Public House! Whether you are serving 2 or 14, we’ve got Creekstone Farms bone-in rib roast and all the trimmings. Order by December 16 for pickup on December 24. Order forms are available here: christmas-togo-2016
SN&R eats through old favorites, hidden gems and trendy hotspots to pick the region’s best dining experiences · It’s as though the little sister restaurant of Hawks in Granite Bay moved to the city, set herself up in a loft and is leading the fast-paced urban life. Hawks Public House’s caliber of food is just as high as the original restaurant, but the approach is more casual in a vibrant, bustling room with an open kitchen and wood accents. Charcuterie is a focus here, as well as house-made pastas enveloped in rich sauces. The restaurant’s take on brunch is refreshing, too.