Local Restaurants in Sacramento, Calif. Benefit from COVID-19 PPP Financial Relief

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Help was needed and she came.

More than 120 restaurants, bars, grocery stores and other food businesses in Sacramento have received federal paycheck protection program loans ranging from $ 150,000 to $ 2 million, according to public data made available Monday. More than $ 520 billion has been distributed nationwide to nearly 5 million businesses and nonprofits.

Loans are repayable if businesses can prove that they used most of the money to pay staff, rent, utilities, or a commercial mortgage.

PPP loans have been made to LLCs, which means that some restaurateurs have obtained separate grants for each of their physical activities as well as for the holding companies. MAC hotel group, for example, earned between $ 350,000 and $ 1 million for Public House Downtown and The Park Ultra Lounge, as well as $ 150,000 to $ 350,000 for Iron Horse Tavern and MIX Downtown.

Although the loans were administered by the Small Business Administration, national giants like Yeezy, Kanye West’s $ 3 billion clothing company, workshop of sculptor Jeff Koons and businesses owned by West Virginia Governor Jim Justice – the richest man in the state – received millions while many mom-and-pop requests were rejected. The PlumpJack wine and hotel group, co-owned by California Gov. Gavin Newsom, also received $ 150,000 to $ 350,000, although Newsom placed the company in a blind trust when he took office, unlike Justice. .

Franchisees of large chains were also eligible for the loans, and local operators in Togo, Baskin Robbins, Grocery Outlet Bargain Market and Black Bear Diner all took advantage.

Nonprofits such as WEAVE, Sacramento Self Help Housing, Sacramento SPCA, and Roberts Family Development Center have all secured loans of $ 350,000 to $ 1 million. Other companies who have received millions of dollars each include the DowneyBrand law firm, the Sacramento River Cats, Ethan Conrad Properties and the three largest private Catholic high schools in the Sacramento area.

The amounts were disclosed by the US Treasury Department in ranges.

$ 5-10 million

$ 1 million to $ 2 million

  • Crepeville
  • Fat City Inc.
  • La Esperanza Mexican food and products
  • Mary Anne’s Co.
  • Produce Express

$ 350,000 to $ 1 million

  • A & A Supermarket
  • Cafe Bella Bru

  • Korean barbecue Blue House

  • Corti brothers

  • King Delta

  • Echo & Rig

  • Fixins Soul Kitchen

  • Flat stick pub

  • Freeport Bakery

  • Hook and Ladder Manufacturing Co.

  • Java City

  • The Superior Mercados – Northgate

  • Mi Rancho – Chemin Florin

  • North American Food Distribution Company

  • Town center public house

  • Rio city cafe

  • Scott’s Seafood on the River

  • Selland Café-Market – Broadway

  • Temple Cafe

  • The boiling crab
  • The Ultra Lounge Park
  • Track 7 Brewing Co.

  • Tres Hermanas

  • United Bakery
  • Zocalo – University Village

$ 150,000 to $ 350,000

  • Supermarket A&A – Stockton Boulevard

  • Alaro Craft Brewing Co.

  • Alternative Baking Co.

  • Asian pearl restaurant

  • Bacon & Butter

  • Banzai Sushi

  • BAWK!

  • Beast + Prime

  • Bella Bru Cafe – Natomas

  • Bento Box – Loehmann’s Plaza

  • Bento Box – Midtown

  • Black Bear Dinner – Natomas

  • Bottle and Barlow

  • Broderick Roadhouse – Downtown

  • Cafe Dantorels

  • Capitol Garage

  • Chando’s canteen

  • Chicago pizza with a twist

  • Chicago’s Pizza With A Twist – North Natomas

  • Apparatus Brewing Co.

  • El Novillero

  • Empress Tavern

  • Estelle Bakery & Pastry

  • Faces

  • Bold family restaurant group

  • Wings of Fire – Arden Arcade

  • Flapjacks dinner

  • Florez Bar & Grill

  • Public house of the fox and the goose

  • Grateful Bread Co.

  • Grocery Bargain Market

  • Gunther’s Ice

  • Hannibal catering and events

  • Hot Pot of Happy Lamb

  • Hawks Provisions & Public House

  • Huong Lan Sandwiches

  • IHOP – Madison Avenue

  • Ink eats and drinks

  • Iron Horse Tavern

  • J & J Wall Baking Co.

  • Jack’s Urban Eats – downtown

  • Jack’s Urban Eats – Loehmann’s Plaza

  • Jack’s Urban Eats – Natomas

  • Kupros Handicraft House

  • La Favorita Taqueria

  • The Fiesta Altena

  • La Superior Mercados – head office

  • La Superior Mercados – Foothill Farms

  • The Superior Mercados – Boulevard Franklin

  • La Superior Mercados – Stockton Boulevard

  • Leatherby’s Family Dairy

  • Limelight Bar & Cafe

  • Lucca

  • Malabar American Cuisine

  • Mayahuel

  • Meals for all

  • Locomotive market

  • MIX Downtown

  • Miyagi Bar & Sushi

  • Myla’Cor

  • Naked Coffee

  • Oak Park Brewing Co.

  • OBO ‘Italian Table & Bar

  • OneSpeed

  • Oto market

  • Ramen Kodaiko

  • Clubhouse by the river

  • Ryujin Ramen House
  • Sacrament Brewing Co.

  • Sacramento Baking Co.

  • Sam’s Hof Brau

  • Selland family restaurant group

  • Sushi hook

  • Swabbies on the river

  • Tank House barbecue and bar

  • The van

  • The Firestation

  • The flamingo house

  • Bark

  • The Shady Lady Saloon

  • Virgin sturgeon

  • The waffle experience

  • The water boy

  • Togos / Baskin Robbins – Natomas South

  • Urban Roots Brewing Co.

  • Valerio’s tropical bakery

  • Vallejo Restaurant

  • Vinh Phat supermarket

  • Welco supermarket

  • Wildwood Kitchen and Bar

  • Woodlake Tavern

  • Yue Huang

This story was originally published July 7, 2020 4:17 pm.

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Benjy Egel covers local restaurants and bars for The Sacramento Bee as well as breaking news and investigative projects. Originally from Sacramento, he previously covered business for the Amarillo Globe-News in Texas.

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