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Few things are as satisfying as a good meal or the thrum of a crossbow as it sends a bolt into a ham. Hit the spot with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $25 for $50 worth of gourmet dinner cuisine for tables of two or more $50 for $100 worth of gourmet dinner cuisine for tables of four or more Some menu items include: Spicy chicken fettuccine with cilantro, chili flakes, and a tequila parmesan cream sauce ($16) Shepherd’s Pie with red wine-braised lamb ($16) Prime rib from Niman Ranch with garlic mashed potatoes, seasonal vegetables, and horseradish ($28.95) ...
The Citrus Inn opened in 1913 in this very building on Folsom Boulevard. Citrus was sold in front of the building to everyone that passed by on busy Folsom Boulevard. Folsom Boulevard was a main thoroughfare for the gold rush in the mid 1800s. Many immigrants and forty-niners were in search of some of the gold that James W Marshall and John Sutter found in the American River. The railroads that are still visible across the street today were the same railroads that were constructed in the late 1800s. Rumor has it that over the years The Citrus Inn became many different businesses, including The Edwards Hotel, and at one point, a brothel. Everyone came to the building to eat good food and to have a good time; There was drinking and dancing ‘til late at night. Later, the building became known as Sheepherder Inn. It was a place for Basque sheepherders to come and rest upstairs in the Inn and enjoy a hearty meal downstairs, which probably consisted of meats, fish, lamb stews, legumes, cheeses and Basque cider. In the 1970s, the Holt family opened the very successful Sheepherder’s Inn. For decades they were known for their family style servings, prime rib dinners, fun atmosphere and large slices of pie. With great sadness, Sheepherder’s Inn closed down in 2003. After sitting unoccupied for two years, the entire building was renovated during the span of two years. The stone columns, grand fireplaces, wood rafters and beams remain intact to keep the history and historic feel of the building. The Perez family took over in 2009 and opened Sheepherder Bar and Grille two days before Mother’s Day brunch. They are reverting back to what made the Sheepherder’s Inn so successful from the 70’s to 90’s: a fun, lively place to have an affordable quality meal, enjoy the company of old friends and make new acquaintances.
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