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Sacramento’s 17th annual Dine Downtown kicked off Friday with over 24 restaurants participating.The Downtown Sacramento Partnership announced the ten-day event — infamous with the “foodie culture” as described by their media representative Emily Hoffman — has three price points this year: $25, $35 and $45.The restaurants participating offer a variety of options, from dine-in, takeout and delivery, to brunch, lunch and dinner.”These menus are special menus that are made just for Dine Downtown, so you’re going to find a lot of unique items that you might not find on their regular menu, so that’s really exciting,” Hoffman said.The Downtown Sacramento Partnership explained that January is an integral time of year to support restaurants, as a lull impacts the industry typically during this time, and now restaurants and businesses are once again navigating new shutdowns because of the omicron variant.| RELATED | ‘Feels like we’re back to square one’: COVID-19 case surge putting Sacramento restaurants in pressure cookerKCRA 3 spoke with Sacramento County Public Health Officer Dr. Olivia Kasirye on Thursday who explained the county had “no specific thresholds” for additional business or school restrictions. Instead, Kasirye explained people should “make their own individualized risk assessments.”As of Friday, COVID-19 cases in Sacramento County are at a record 101.2 cases per 100,000 people, up from 26.5 two weeks earlier.| RELATED | See Sacramento County’s COVID dashboard hereAmong the spike in COVID-19 cases, some restaurants in Sacramento County have moved to take-out only.Kasirye stopped short of saying that people should avoid dining and other activities indoors during the current surge.Asked about the upcoming Dine Downtown event in Sacramento to promote local restaurants this month, Kasirye said people should consider their individual health risk assessment before attending.For people with certain chronic health conditions that put them at risk for a severe outcome from COVID-19, she said, “I think they need to consider whether they need to go to certain gathering settings or not.”“I highly recommend that if you’re going out into the public that you are vaccinated and boosted if you are eligible for a booster,” she said. “And if you have any symptoms, please stay home.”The Downtown Sacramento Partnership said for a full list of participating restaurants and options check out their website.

Sacramento’s 17th annual Dine Downtown kicked off Friday with over 24 restaurants participating.

The Downtown Sacramento Partnership announced the ten-day event — infamous with the “foodie culture” as described by their media representative Emily Hoffman — has three price points this year: $25, $35 and $45.

The restaurants participating offer a variety of options, from dine-in, takeout and delivery, to brunch, lunch and dinner.

“These menus are special menus that are made just for Dine Downtown, so you’re going to find a lot of unique items that you might not find on their regular menu, so that’s really exciting,” Hoffman said.

The Downtown Sacramento Partnership explained that January is an integral time of year to support restaurants, as a lull impacts the industry typically during this time, and now restaurants and businesses are once again navigating new shutdowns because of the omicron variant.

| RELATED | ‘Feels like we’re back to square one’: COVID-19 case surge putting Sacramento restaurants in pressure cooker

KCRA 3 spoke with Sacramento County Public Health Officer Dr. Olivia Kasirye on Thursday who explained the county had “no specific thresholds” for additional business or school restrictions. Instead, Kasirye explained people should “make their own individualized risk assessments.”

As of Friday, COVID-19 cases in Sacramento County are at a record 101.2 cases per 100,000 people, up from 26.5 two weeks earlier.

| RELATED | See Sacramento County’s COVID dashboard here

Among the spike in COVID-19 cases, some restaurants in Sacramento County have moved to take-out only.

Kasirye stopped short of saying that people should avoid dining and other activities indoors during the current surge.

Asked about the upcoming Dine Downtown event in Sacramento to promote local restaurants this month, Kasirye said people should consider their individual health risk assessment before attending.

For people with certain chronic health conditions that put them at risk for a severe outcome from COVID-19, she said, “I think they need to consider whether they need to go to certain gathering settings or not.”

“I highly recommend that if you’re going out into the public that you are vaccinated and boosted if you are eligible for a booster,” she said. “And if you have any symptoms, please stay home.”

The Downtown Sacramento Partnership said for a full list of participating restaurants and options check out their website.

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