The restaurant is named after the group of volunteers that helped rebuild Sacramento after a series of fires destroyed much of the city in 1850. This is a farm-to-table concept with fresh, local (where possible) food. The menu is a little different and somewhat imaginative. They offer a good selection of salads, pizzas, pasta and sandwiches on their lunch menu. For example, the Roasted Beet Linguini and the Calabrian Chile Sausage, Baby Artichoke and Arugula pizza. The dinner menu offers additional entrees such as the Seared Day Boat Scallops and Pork Osso Bucco.