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Reflections of Gratitude

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While we are grateful for our countless blessings all year long, November has recently been named the official “National Gratitude Month” by National Day Calendar. The abundance of social media posts boasting a “30 Day Global Gratitude Challenge” has inspired us at Paragary Restaurant Group to reflect on all that we have to be thankful for.
First and foremost, we are thankful for all our amazing, loyal customers. We truly appreciate your enjoyment of delicious quality food. We are particularly lucky to live in a region where our customers are so knowledgeable about the importance of sustainable sourcing and supporting local farmers.
Next, we are appreciative to the hundreds of dedicated service staff and managers that work so hard to provide superior service each and every day. They are truly responsible for the inviting atmospheres and experiences that customers have come to associate with a Paragary Restaurant Group location.
We are beyond grateful to live in a region of bounty that supplies us with so much diverse, high-quality, local ingredients, so that we can offer you the best cuisine that our region has to offer. Even more, we are thankful for all the farmers who work tirelessly to cultivate superior produce.
We are also glad to live in a city full of inspiring innovators such as Amber Stott, founder of the Food Literacy Center, and Maritza and Roshaun Davis, founders or Unseen Heroes. Thank you to all the movers and shakers who make our city great!
It is humbling and motivating to be surrounded by so many other quality restaurants in the Sacramento area. We are thankful to be able to help support each other’s endeavors and work together to continue to develop a diverse restaurant scene in Sacramento.
We are also thankful for the opportunities for growth we have received this past year. We are very excited to be such a big part of the new Golden 1 Center. It will be fun to go to games and events and be able to enjoy Café Bernardo burgers and shakes, street tacos from Centro, and pizzas from Paragary’s.
No matter what path life is leading you down at this moment, it can be rejuvenating to take a few minutes each day to remember all that you have to be grateful for. Even when things aren’t going exactly as we might hope, there is always a light at the end of the tunnel. That light might be the neon glow of bar sign, which is definitely something to be thankful for.
Lastly, we cannot forget to be thankful for good wine, great friends, and loving family.