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The Lamb & The Wolf

Rocklin’s newest Greek restaurant, characterized as a “food truck off the wheels,” is now open. In November, Chef Michael “Wolf” Athanasopoulos opened the brick and mortar version of his thriving Greek and Mediterranean food truck business that serves much of Northern California. “The whole vision of the restaurant is a casual eatery that still has the charm of a food truck,” Chef Wolf says.



The first cycle studio in Rocklin, CycleLife promises to make every spin class a workout you won’t want to miss! Instead of focusing on the metrics, CycleLife emphasizes riding to the beat of the music. This makes the 45-minute sessions fly by.


Blo Blow Dry Bar

“Wash, blo, and go” is the premise for Rocklin’s latest express hair service, Blo Blow Dry Bar! Co-owners Patty Fecanin and Christie Webb are a mother-daughter duo focused on operating a business by women, for women. The goal of the shop is to make sure that all women feel fabulous, and one of the best ways to do that is to give them a beautiful hairstyle that lasts for days. This spa-like location features 10 blow-out stations, along with a makeup bar.



Dogtopia, the newest doggie daycare center in Rocklin, had its grand opening August 24 and is already thriving. The daycare’s number one emphasis is on safety so that your dog is entertained and well-cared for the entire day. This is all evident in the initial evaluation with every dog and required standard vaccines before being accepted, playrooms that separate dogs by temperament and size, and rooms and crates that are deep-cleaned twice daily.


Jon and Bon’s Yogurt Shoppe

Jon and Bon’s Yogurt Shoppe is the newest addition to the Crossing Shopping Center in Rocklin. The family-owned business started in Chico, and it has since expanded to five locations across Northern California. Typically, the shoppe is open late to encourage community.

The company has frozen yogurt and sugar-free varieties, along with ice cream, smoothies, and shaved ice. Also available are mouth-watering toppings (including homemade granola!). Stop by to cool off or enjoy a sweet treat. Welcome to the neighborhood!


The Curry Leaves

The Curry Leaves is a family-style restaurant offering authentic South/North Indian and Chinese cuisine at 6502 Lonetree Blvd. You can either dine-in, take-out, or cater your choice of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes.


University of Beer

University of Beer (UoB) is not your average bar or restaurant. This is UoB’s fourth location, and the small chain features 48 taps with every kind of craft beer imaginable. Owner Nate Yungvanitsait says that “the goal of the restaurant is to teach our customers about beer instead of just serving it to them.” Employees are well-trained in the art of beer and routinely offer samples to ensure that customers find something they will like. UoB’s wide variety of IPAs, lights, sours, Belgians, and stouts is sure to please.


Hard Exercise Works

It’s a concept most people believe, but one that many may not have tested. The Hard Exercise Works website promises new members will “Flip truck tires, climb ropes, and get your first pull up, all in 5 weeks.”

The gym is planned at 6506 Lonetree Blvd, Ste. 107 and will be the first HEW location in California. To learn more about the business and unlock grand opening specials, visit or call (916) 701-9304.



HomeGoods LogoThe Crossings Shopping Center continues to grow with the opening of HomeGoods on June 3 adding 21,000 square-feet of retail space.

“Our shopping experience is unlike any other retailer; our amazing values, designer brands and unique assortment make HomeGoods an exciting destination for shoppers,” states John Ricciuti, President of HomeGoods. “Our stores help make houses feel like home. Our high-quality merchandise at incredible prices allows shoppers to express themselves through their décor and create a home that truly reflects who they are for less than they expect. We are thrilled to provide Rocklin shoppers with this exhilarating shopping experience.”

HomeGoods plans to support the Rocklin community by hiring store management and associates from the local area. The Rocklin store is expected to fill approximately 65 full and part-time positions. Applications are available at

Phone: (916) 652-7586        Website:


The Pastrami Shop

The Pastrami ShopCuriosity about The Pastrami Shop at 3101 Sunset Boulevard has been high in Rocklin as the shop’s business sign has been up for the past few months but the doors not open. 

In late May, ownership welcomed their first customers for a soft opening featuring a limited menu of pastrami sandwiches. Owner Abe, who declined to give his last name, says he’s been in the sandwich business for approximately 30 years and previously owned and operated a Subway franchise. Abe is excited for The Pastrami Shop’s official grand opening on June 15, when he plans to introduce additional menu items and continue to build relationships with the community. Store hours are currently Monday-Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sundays, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Phone: (916) 824-1224


Campfire Natural Dog Treats

Campfire Natural Dog TreatsCampfire Natural Dog Treats was already a successful online business and owners recently decided to open their first brick and mortar location in Rocklin at 4800 Granite Dr., Suite B10.

“At Campfire Treats, we are dedicated to making completely natural, single and limited ingredient dog treats and chews using carefully selected ingredients, like chicken, beef and cod, that we source from U.S. farmers and fishermen. Nothing is imported, and we don’t use any additives, artificial colors or preservatives – ever.”

The new store is open Wednesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Stop in to pick up all-natural treats for your four-legged family member like the new chicken jerky or dehydrated beef liver, or order online from their website at 
Phone: (916) 259-2930        Website:


Santillan Jewelers

Santillan JewelersSantillan Jewelers opened its new location in early 2018 bringing custom made jewelry and cutting edge designs in all categories of jewelry to Rocklin.

The store is located at 5738 Lonetree Boulevard in the office park across from Strikes Unlimited. Santillian is family owned by Martin Santillan and Antonio Pengue. Martin brings more than 30 years of knowledge in buying, store management and customer relations to Santillan Jewelers. His career includes managing Tiffany’s, Grebitus & Sons, Merksamers Jewelers, Kenny G & Company, and Rogers. He offers his customers trust and integrity combined with an eye for exceptional design and value.

Phone: (916) 672-6432        Website:


Elevation Dance Center

Elevation Dance StudioElevation Dance Center is a family-friendly dance studio that emphasizes proper fundamentals and technique in a positive learning environment scheduled to open in late spring at 3241 Stanford Ranch Road, Suite 600.

Classes will be offered in ballet, jazz, tap, and acro, with hopes to expand into hip hop, for ages 2 through adult. Elevation will also sell basic dancewear and shoes. The business is in the final stages of construction and preparing for installation of the official dance floors. For more information, visit


T.J. Maxx

TJ Maxx LogoT.J. Maxx became the latest retailer to join the list of exciting offerings at the Crossings Shopping Center when they hosted a grand opening ceremony in March. The company celebrated its ribbon cutting by welcoming lines of excited customers interested in the high-end designer fashion and brand names offered at affordable prices.

The 21,000 square foot store houses women’s and men’s clothing, handbags, and accessories. T.J. Maxx also has a large selection of accent furniture, rugs and other home décor options to spruce up every room.

T.J. Maxx also brings a commitment to the Rocklin community. The store has already added approximately 60 jobs to the region and donated $10,000 to The Gathering Inn at the grand opening.

T.J. Maxx is located at 5440 Crossings Drive and is open from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sundays.

Phone: (916) 652-7542        Website:


Sourdough & Co.

The sandwich shop Sourdough & Co. is now open next to Starbucks at 4877 Granite Drive.

The Rocklin location adds to the chain’s expanding presence in south Placer County, with existing stores in Roseville, Lincoln and Auburn.

Sourdough & Co. is known for their fresh baked sourdough bread, signature sandwiches, fresh salads, and clam chowder, served daily.

Phone: (916) 710-8300        Website:


Predator Paintball

Predator Paintball LogoNeed to update your gear to dominate on the paintball field? Predator Paintball, which recently relocated its business to Rocklin at 4800 Granite Drive, can take care of all your needs.

For the player just getting started to the seasoned paint veteran, Predator has the paintball markers, harnesses, tanks, hoppers, paintballs and clothing to take your game to the next level. Great customer service is also a theme in online reviews, so don’t be afraid to ask questions to identify your needs.

Phone: (916) 482-4263      Online: Facebook


Titans of CNC

Titans of CNC LogoIn the world of aerospace and robotics, there is no room for error. That’s why customers like SpaceX founder Elon Musk and tech-giant Jeff Bezos have turned to Rocklin-based Titans of CNC to machine parts for their state-of-the-art spacecraft. Just don’t ask to see the parts Titan is making for these projects, the designs are highly classified intellectual property. 

CNC stands for computer numerical control, which allows a machine to be programmed and monitored to mill metals into parts with minute specifications. Titans of CNC not only makes parts, but offers an online CNC academy that serves more than 28,000 students and 1,500 teachers. CNC machining is a skill not easily found or taught, and founder and owner Titan Gilroy’s new focus is on sharing his knowledge and skills with people across the country to help close the manufacturing skills gap.

To complement the machine shop and academy, Gilroy also produces his own Titans of CNC television series, featuring stories behind part builds an projects including custom racing parts, rockets, and more. Visit Titans of CNC at their website,


Moksa Brewing Co.

The Moksa Brewing Company officially opened for business on Saturday, February 3, to the excitement of Rocklin residents and the surrounding community.

Moksa is located on the corner of Sunset and Pacific St. at 5860 Pacific St., and offers a 3,000-square-foot tap room in the building previously occupied by Dragas Brewing.



Teable LogoHave you caught on to the growing bubble tea drink trend? If not, Teable, a new business in the Safeway shopping center at 4789 Granite Drive, hopes to make you a fan.

What is bubble tea? It is often a tea-based drink mixed with fruit or milk, with chewy tapioca balls knows as bubbles, pearls or boba, added. Bubble tea purveyors also almost always offer ice-blended drinks, providing smooth or slushy refreshment.


Harley-Davidson of Rocklin

Harley-Davidson of Rocklin Logo

Harley-Davidson of Rocklin’s opening marks the return of the iconic motorcycle dealer to south Placer County after a nearly nine-year absence.

“This is Harley country,” dealership principal Matt Guidera said. “As a family business, we wanted to return and help the community enjoy some of the best rides in the nation on the best motorcycles in the world.”