Back in 1939, when Frank opened his namesake restaurant, who would ever guess that a once penniless immigrant and dishwasher from Canton, China would soon pack his 806 L Street location with governors...
Back in 1939, when Frank opened his namesake restaurant, who would ever guess that a once penniless immigrant and dishwasher from Canton, China would soon pack his 806 L Street location with governors, U. S. senators and representatives along with lobbyists, state stakeholders and legislators from both sides of the aisle. The rich and powerful came, and so did all of Sacramento and beyond. Fat's became legendary as California's 'Third House' where landmark bills were drafted in back booths, and tort reform arose out of a famous 'napkin deal'.Less
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Fine Chinese food is their specialty. Their classic menu includes authentic dishes from China's four main provinces: Canton, Szechuan, Peking, and Shanghai.
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