Sacramento News & Review recently praised Fahrenheit 250 in an article on that highlights the difference between Southern “Bar-B-Q” and “barbecue.”
“What comes to mind when you hear of a restaurant with hormone- and antibiotic-free meats, seasonal vegetable dishes and great service? Would you believe barbecue?”
We are proud to announce an all-new dining room option that seats up to 30 guests at Fahrenheit 250 BBQ. If you are in the mood for BBQ and planning a holiday party, private event or large group we would love to be your host!
Book an event with us by December 1st and receive a complimentary
To reserve our private dining room for your next big event or special occasion, please email us at email@example.com or call us at (916) 476-4508.
“California is known internationally as one of the great dining destinations in the United States. From the originators of farm-to-fork dining like Berkeley’s Alice Waters to wine-country innovators like Thomas Keller, from the sweeping variety of international foods to the homegrown concept of ‘California cuisine,’ from Petaluma chickens to Monterey sand dabs, there is no lack of world-class food culture in the Golden State.”
The heat is on in East Sacramento with the launch of Fahrenheit 250, a barbecue joint with smoking-hot food and a very cool story.
Tori Masucci Cummins – Sactown Magazine
Just a few months old, Fahrenheit 250–East Sacramento’s new barbecue restaurant–already boasts a rich history. Its menu draws from the dry-rub tradition of Memphis-style barbecue, its smoker was the vision of a legendary Texas pitmaster, and its walls once shook with the cries of rock stars like Kurt Cobain…