Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Fat Face Relocates to Midtown

The author with a Fat Face Strawberry-Coconut popsicle

At the Sacramento Mobile Food Festival in April, we waited in forever long lines and the only thing we successfully tasted was a popsicle from Fat Face. I loved the bold, creative flavor combinations, like Kaffir Lime-Avocado, Strawberry Lemonade, and Plum-Basil. It also saved the festival from being a total waste for us, which was a bonus.

Formerly housed in Davis, this purveyor of creative frozen treats and gourmet meals has found a new home in midtown, according to an article in today’s Sacramento Bee. You can now try Fat Face's exciting popsicle flavors (for $3 each) at the new Fat Face cafĂ© inside Bows and Arrows (1815 19th St.), a popular hipster clothing store/art gallery heavy on vintage style.

The menu is still evolving, but currently includes several sandwich plates like smoked Bledsoe pork sandwich with greens or chips and a pickled carrot ($9) and a beer poached fig sandwich with caramelized onion, arugula and goat cheese ($9), plus cheese plates.

So go ahead, indulge your inner hipster, and check out Fat Face!


  1. Mmmmmm that sounds delightful! We waited almost 3 hours for burgers...I think I would have preferred popsicles!

  2. 3 hours is crazy! We waited for burgers too, and were turned away after an hour and a half.

  3. I know! It got to that point where you consider stepping out of line, but you think, "I've invested so much of my I really want to leave?" So we stayed....never again lol.


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