Three recently opened businesses in Citrus Heights were featured on Good Day Sacramento over the past two weeks, with owners and representatives showing off local food, music, and a look inside a large memory care facility that opened in the city last November.
Kicking off the month on March 1, Good Day featured a several-minute TV spot inside the new Crepes & Burgers cafe on Auburn Boulevard. Chef’s showed off the large menu for cameras, focusing in on a Nutella dessert crepe and a Chipotle dinner crepe.
Fitting with the restaurant’s name, burgers were also featured in the short segment, with chef Jose Garcia shown preparing a California Burger and the “Louie Burger” — the cafe’s most popular burger choice for breakfast. The “Louie” features a burger patty with an egg over easy on top and bacon. The cafe is located at 8000 Auburn Blvd.
On March 6, Good Day followed up with a two-minute segment filmed inside The Courte at Citrus Heights, a memory care community that opened about four months ago on Sunrise Boulevard. The Courte only houses residents who have been diagnosed with dementia, Alzheimer’s, or another form of memory loss.
The short TV segment showed off amenities at the facility, which include a spa, movie theater, popcorn machine, and a kitchen station. Good Day’s Wendy Aguilar could be seen in the video interviewing several residents, one of whom said she enjoyed the outside courtyard for reading and another who liked to dance.
On Tuesday morning, Good Day film crews were back in Citrus Heights to feature the Lafitte Music Center, which opened last summer near the southeastern border of the city. The segment focused on the center’s painting and music night, along with highlighting free “jam sessions” every Tuesday night.
The music school is owned by Jordane Lafitte, who is also a co-owner of “The Lil’ School,” a preschool and childcare center next door. The music center is located at 8089 Madison Ave., near Fair Oaks Boulevard.