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July - Jim & Karalee Heilman
August -
Paul & Bonnie D’Andrea
September -
Paul Lewis
October -



July 16, 2014 Natter

4071 Howard St, Fair Oaks, CA 95628

July's Natter will be held at Carmelita's Mexican Restaurant in Fair Oaks starting at 6:00 PM. The menu features old family recipes that come primarily from the state of Puebla in Mexico.

The restaurant continues a truly family tradition since it was started by Alberto Heredia, is now owned by his son Clemente and don’t be surprised to find Clemente’s children working hard in the restaurant. The family has grown into 4 generations now and so has the restaurant. What was once a small restaurant in Roseville, California has now expanded and grown into one of the best known and respected businesses in the Sacramento area. This business could be best described as the backbone of the Heredia family. The Heredia family is fully involved in running the restaurant in its day to day operations.

The restaurant begins and and ends with family. We invite you to visit because once you do, you understand why we say we are a restaurant where “Customers become Friends and Friends become Family”!

Link to their menu

August 20, 2014 Natter

tre Pazzi trattoria
928 Lincoln Way, Auburn, CA

We have chosen tre Pazzi trattoria located at 928 Lincoln Way, Auburn, Ca., for the August 20th Club Natter. It had a great review in the Sacramento Bee last week. We have not eaten there yet, but our friends thought it was great. Because the restaurant only seats 50 people, it is necessary to know the number of members planning to attend. Please let us know by August 10th, if you intend to join the group for dinner.

Paul and Bonnie (Paul & Bonnie D’Andrea 916-391-4496


Traditional Italian food in the heart of down town Auburn. They say they serve the best "Italian Soul Food" around. tre Pazzi trattoria is prided on the fact that they use traditional recipes with fresh local ingredients. The restaurant has been open for just over a year, and is quickly becoming the locals' favorite dining location.

The cooking is very consistent, the flavors are spot on, and the simple elegance of casual Italian cuisine is on display throughout the well-conceived menu.

Recommended dishes include the polenta con funghi (polenta with wild mushrooms), the pappardelle with wild boar braised in red wine and the rack of lamb served over a cannellini bean marinara. Tre Pazzi is the place to go if you want fresh, homemade Italian food

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