Tokyo Buffet, a popular all-you-can-eat restaurant at 7217 Greenback Ln. that was forced to close last August after a fire, remains closed more than half-a-year later — leaving some diners wondering whether it will ever reopen.
Last week saw the grand opening of a new assisted living center on Greenback Lane along with approval being given for another 88-bed facility to be constructed on Sunrise Boulevard.
Citrus Heights will soon be getting a new restaurant, adding to an existing list of nearly 150 eateries in the city.
The food scene in Citrus Heights boasts nearly 150 options for diners to choose from, ranging from Armenian to Thai, Chinese to Mediterranean, and American varieties from New York pizza to Nashville hot chicken.
The Citrus Heights Planning Commission will hold a public hearing Wednesday night prior to voting on whether to approve a developer’s plan to construct an 88-bed senior care facility on a 4.5-acre vacant parcel on Sunrise Boulevard.
Route 40 Classics, a new classic car restoration and repair shop, has opened in the site of one of Citrus Heights’ historic commercial landmarks: the former Angelo Orsi Olive Oil Company at 6008 Auburn Blvd., on the southern end of the city between Greenback Lane and Manzanita Avenue.
Following last month’s closure of a popular Chinese restaurant in the Sunrise Village shopping plaza, several other businesses will also be closing their doors in advance of plans for a major remodel and expansion at the center.
Ideas for the future of Sunrise Mall abound, as the City of Citrus Heights continues to gather input from community members and stakeholders on how to transform the struggling mall into what the city aims to become a “flourishing center of community life where residents and visitors shop, work, live, and play.”