Dimple Records – Broadway

Hi guys! Welcome back! So, it’s definietly been  a w h i l e  since I’ve been on this platform to share more of my tidbits of everyday life happenings, crafts, DIYs, and such. BIG changes have been happening, career wise, and also with growing chapters in marriage, adulthood and parenting. ALL of these topics are in the works to share with you readers this upcoming year!!

Once again, I’ve felt the creative urge to create, and share, which lead me to here. My safe place, and tiny corner of the internet to share some of my most favorite things, and another Sacramento happening that the family and I love to visit. Dimple Records.

As some of you fellow readers may know, the family and I love music. LOVE LOVE music, where, it’s needed everywhere time and day. Even when we sleep. No joke. The kids to this day, sleep to bossa nova every night. It’s how the husband and I trained them to sleep when they were babies. Yes. bossa nova. On weekends, when the family and I feel like exploring the city, we usually check out Yelp on local business that mean a lot to the city.

Dimple Records delivers some great entertainment from movies and music right along Broadway. What used to be an old Tower Records, now became Dimples. The atmosphere and the concept remains the same just like Tower Records does with the Dimple’s touch where you can buy and sell items fast.


Dimple Records


2500 16th St.

Sacramento, CA 95818

(Land Park)

With awesome hours from 10AM to 11PM, Dimple Records continues to give off the classic feel of music discovery without looking at a screen. From our favorites like Tower Records, to today’s music/entertainment retailers such as Rasputin Music, Amoeba Music and so forth, you can’t get the same feeling of buying music and video media at a Target/Best Buy/ or Frys Electronics. You just can’t.

What are you favorite places to shop for music and media? And please don’t say Amazon or Target. I’m talking about a place where you can walk in, and breathe in that media/used smelly scent, of secondhand music, and vinyl.

If you know of *that* smell. You and I are best friends. (Sending digital hugs and high-fives if you totally know what I’m saying!)

Stay tuned of an upcoming post, on new chapters. New Years changes, mile-stones, and why I’ve given up on making new years resolutions. Stay tuned!

WAL Public Market

The past couple of weekends I’ve been returning back to the Warehouse Artist Lofts in Downtown Sacramento. Located in the Historic R District, this area provides food, speciality shops, and more. My first visit along R St. was to Fox & Goose, a Sacramento favorite for weekend brunches. After that, a casual family photoshoot was taken around the neighborhood as we were looking for a specific mural. If you’ve been following my Sacramento Living page, I’ve been obsessing over all the Sacramento murals new and old. I had started a post, and will continue to add more, once I get more time to edit. Check out my first SAC Urban Art post HERE.


Within the Warehouse Artist Lofts, is the Public Market, located on the ground floor. Just a building away from Fox & Goose, the WAL Public market provides excellent food, art, clothing, music, and collectables. Anything artisanal, you got it.

WAL Public Market

Shop. Eat. Explore.

Facebook Page:

@WAL Public Market


Food at WPM to try:

Metro Kitchen+Drinkery {Love every day}

Metro kitchen is the perfect place for a light and healthy meal! Their menu provides right sized portion meals, for a balanced diet. Healthy, clean. Perfect. Def a must try when in WALPublic Market!!

What I ordered: 

The Fluffy egg & avocado toast with earl grey tea. Perfect for the rainy morning. The eggs were steamed to perfection as they were so fluffy, and paired well with the avocados.


These are my silly boys. Forgive me for their “deer caught in headlights,” smile.

Fish Face Poke Bar

What the boys ordered:

My husband got the Poke Of The Day: Which I honestly can’t remember which in particular he ordered, but it did have green & white onions, seaweed, sesame seeds, and his selection of proteins and sauces.

Proteins you can pick from are:

Ahi Tuna, Octopus, Shrimp, Ora Kind Salmon, to mussels and tofu/cucumber.

For the kids (If they don’t like fish)

Spam rolls – Similar to a spam musubi we all order at L&L’s Hawaiian BBQ, this is a pre-made spam roll cut long ways, ready to eat once you wrap it with the nori (seaweed).

Miso soup. -Served in a hot flask, you have to pour it into the bowl ready with chopped nori, and spices (Furikake). Dry Japanese seasoning which is meant to be sprinkled on top of cooked rice, vegetables, and fish. It typically consists of a mixture of dried and ground fish, sesame seeds, chopped seaweed, sugar, and salt.


Kids: Ramune (Carbonated soft drink originally sold in Japan.)


Silk Road Mint Sodas

The PEAR flavor was bomb.

I have to check my local grocer if they carry this brand, because it’s mouth watering GOOD!!!!!

Cool fact: They’re LOCAL from Roseville, CA!

WAL Public Market is filled with cool stores like Kicksville Vinyl & Vintage! From old school vintage vinyl, to a great selection of vintage houseware, and furniture. As a couple who greatly appreciates these items, we could honestly be in Kicksville for hours, if we didn’t have the kids. My husband can listen to vinyl for hours, searching the crates, and looking through vinyl, as I vintage house shop. Handsdown, we’ll be back again to shop here.


Kicksville Vinyl & Vintage

PH: 916.706.0536

Ste 140

1104 R St.

Sacramento, CA



Check out their Facebook Page too!!



Are you from the Sacramento area? Comment below! There is so much to discover in this city! I’ve been here for about 10 months, and I still just have scratched the surface of all the cool neighborhoods, and shops!!!

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ALSO! Don’t forget to check out my Sacramento page of my blog, where I post all my Sacramento finds, and favorite spots to have coffee, take the kids, and also new discoveries!


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