La Cantina Alley is a new original bar in midtown Sacramento offering mexican food and specializing in different styles of mezcal from Oaxaca and the traditional tequila from the central regions of México. The place, which opens Friday (March 17) is decorated with mexican art and hand-made furniture.
La Cantina Alley is a new original bar in midtown Sacramento offering mexican food and specializing in different styles of mezcal from Oaxaca and the traditional tequila from the central regions of México. The place, which opens Friday (March 17) is decorated with mexican art and hand-made furniture. HÉCTOR NAVEJAS hnavejas@vidaenelvalle.com
La Cantina Alley is a new original bar in midtown Sacramento offering mexican food and specializing in different styles of mezcal from Oaxaca and the traditional tequila from the central regions of México. The place, which opens Friday (March 17) is decorated with mexican art and hand-made furniture. HÉCTOR NAVEJAS hnavejas@vidaenelvalle.com

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