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Whether you are on a business trip, on a romantic getaway or a family vacation Sacramento can provide you with some great attractions. Museums, sightseeing, picnics, bike riding, shopping, nightlife, and just a few steps away.
This museum, housed in a historic 1870s-era mansion, presents the state's most extensive collection of art, both old and new. Works from European, Asian, and North American masters are rotated in from the extensive permanent collection, and holdings in Californian art and European drawings are particularly strong. Other offerings include photography and international ceramics. Special exhibits and a broad array of programs also foster a love of art and creativity. The museum is free to the public every Third Sunday of the month, "Pay as you Wish" Sunday, sponsored by Bank of America.
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Crocker Art Museum
216 O Street
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This museum, housed in a historic 1870s-era mansion, presents the state's most extensive collection of art, both old and new. Works from European, Asian, and North American masters are rotated in from the extensive permanent collection, and holdings in Californian art and European drawings are particularly strong. Other offerings include photography and international ceramics. Special exhibits and a broad array of programs also foster a love of art and creativity. The museum is free to the public every Third Sunday of the month, "Pay as you Wish" Sunday, sponsored by Bank of America.
Cruise down to the R Street Corridor, a former railroad yard and industrial area, now home to intriguing shops and designers. For hyper-curated outdoor clothing and gear with a city-streets-meets-Redwood forests sensibility — think fleece sweatshirts in vibrant colors — head to the All Good flagship store, which also organizes hiking, surfing and bouldering trips in California and beyond." NYT https://rstreetcorridor.com/
R Street
Cruise down to the R Street Corridor, a former railroad yard and industrial area, now home to intriguing shops and designers. For hyper-curated outdoor clothing and gear with a city-streets-meets-Redwood forests sensibility — think fleece sweatshirts in vibrant colors — head to the All Good flagship store, which also organizes hiking, surfing and bouldering trips in California and beyond." NYT https://rstreetcorridor.com/
Midcentury wares and records at Kicksville Vinyl & Vintage, where you can find everything from 45s to atomic age lamps.
Kicksville Vinyl & Vintage
1104 R St
Midcentury wares and records at Kicksville Vinyl & Vintage, where you can find everything from 45s to atomic age lamps.
Down the street, the Warehouse Artist Lofts Public Market has a small but enticing food court with excellent poke — the Hawaiian-style raw fish salad that’s sweeping California — at Fish Face Poke Bar and an exciting collection of shops: midcentury wares and records at Kicksville Vinyl & Vintage, where you can find everything from 45s to atomic age lamps; and fabulously retro vintage clothing at Old Gold. For admirers of bespoke clothing, Benjamins crafts shoes — like a $375 boot made of leather from the Chicago tannery Horween, which takes 16 to 20 weeks to deliver — on site.
WAL Public Market
1104 R St
Down the street, the Warehouse Artist Lofts Public Market has a small but enticing food court with excellent poke — the Hawaiian-style raw fish salad that’s sweeping California — at Fish Face Poke Bar and an exciting collection of shops: midcentury wares and records at Kicksville Vinyl & Vintage, where you can find everything from 45s to atomic age lamps; and fabulously retro vintage clothing at Old Gold. For admirers of bespoke clothing, Benjamins crafts shoes — like a $375 boot made of leather from the Chicago tannery Horween, which takes 16 to 20 weeks to deliver — on site.
Catch a show at The Sofia Tsakopoulos Center for the Arts (tickets, $9 to $46), the new performing arts complex by the 30-year-old B Street Theatre. The two-theater venue includes both the 250-seat main stage and the 365-seat Sutter Theatre for Children, which will host “family series” shows at 1 p.m. on Saturday and Sundays.
The Sofia Tsakopoulos Center for The Arts
2700 Capitol Ave
Catch a show at The Sofia Tsakopoulos Center for the Arts (tickets, $9 to $46), the new performing arts complex by the 30-year-old B Street Theatre. The two-theater venue includes both the 250-seat main stage and the 365-seat Sutter Theatre for Children, which will host “family series” shows at 1 p.m. on Saturday and Sundays.
Stop at the Nimbus Hatchery, which raises steelhead trout and Chinook salmon, and has a nature trail.
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Nimbus Fish Hatchery
2001 Nimbus Road
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Stop at the Nimbus Hatchery, which raises steelhead trout and Chinook salmon, and has a nature trail.
Many cities have beloved sports teams, but few treat sports events — even minor league baseball games — as much like a nightlife activity as Sacramento, where eating a Merlino’s freeze while watching a River Cats game at West Sacramento’s Raley Field is a favorite way to spend an evening.
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Raley Field
400 Ballpark Drive
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Many cities have beloved sports teams, but few treat sports events — even minor league baseball games — as much like a nightlife activity as Sacramento, where eating a Merlino’s freeze while watching a River Cats game at West Sacramento’s Raley Field is a favorite way to spend an evening.
In 2016, the country got its first solar-powered sports stadium when the Golden 1 Center opened in Sacramento, transforming the city’s downtown with an indoor-outdoor design that includes five towering, fully-retractable glass doors. The $500 million-plus arena hosts the Kings N.B.A. team, as well as big-name musical acts like Paul McCartney, Ariana Grande and John Mayer.
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Golden 1 Center
500 David J Stern Walk
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In 2016, the country got its first solar-powered sports stadium when the Golden 1 Center opened in Sacramento, transforming the city’s downtown with an indoor-outdoor design that includes five towering, fully-retractable glass doors. The $500 million-plus arena hosts the Kings N.B.A. team, as well as big-name musical acts like Paul McCartney, Ariana Grande and John Mayer.
Head to Amtrak’s Sacramento Valley Station, a 1926 Renaissance Revival train station that just received a major face-lift, and hop the Capitol Corridor train 15 minutes west to the college town of Davis. From the 1913 Mission Revival Davis Station, it’s a 20-minute walk to the new Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art.
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Sacramento Valley Station
401 I St
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Head to Amtrak’s Sacramento Valley Station, a 1926 Renaissance Revival train station that just received a major face-lift, and hop the Capitol Corridor train 15 minutes west to the college town of Davis. From the 1913 Mission Revival Davis Station, it’s a 20-minute walk to the new Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art.
Opened in 2016 at the University of California, Davis. The museum’s porous, light-filled Grand Canopy design is itself a work of art. A recent exposition included John Cage’s first participatory composition, “33 1/3,” which debuted at U.C. Davis in 1969.
Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art
254 Old Davis Rd
Opened in 2016 at the University of California, Davis. The museum’s porous, light-filled Grand Canopy design is itself a work of art. A recent exposition included John Cage’s first participatory composition, “33 1/3,” which debuted at U.C. Davis in 1969.
It started as an outlier, a neighborhood theater showing second-run films that had premiered weeks earlier in first-run movie houses on downtown’s glittering K Street. Seventy-five years later, the Tower Theatre stands as the center of foreign and independent cinema in Sacramento.
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The Tower Theatre
2508 Land Park Drive
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It started as an outlier, a neighborhood theater showing second-run films that had premiered weeks earlier in first-run movie houses on downtown’s glittering K Street. Seventy-five years later, the Tower Theatre stands as the center of foreign and independent cinema in Sacramento.
Self-Guided Tours
WALKING TOUR OF BEAUTY ESTATES (https://goo.gl/maps/EggaRvtWCzicapmx8) This is a nice walk, about 4 miles, where you will see many beauties from the 1880s through 1930s. We've curated our favorites in a route that can greet you with a hidden gem Sandwich shop or a local brewery at the end. We recommend you cross the track on T and visit our two favorites (2110 Ust & 2200 T,) follow the route counter-clockwise and enjoy!
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2110 16th Street
WALKING TOUR OF BEAUTY ESTATES (https://goo.gl/maps/EggaRvtWCzicapmx8) This is a nice walk, about 4 miles, where you will see many beauties from the 1880s through 1930s. We've curated our favorites in a route that can greet you with a hidden gem Sandwich shop or a local brewery at the end. We recommend you cross the track on T and visit our two favorites (2110 Ust & 2200 T,) follow the route counter-clockwise and enjoy!
Food Scene
Taylor's Kitchen is a charming, neighborhood restaurant nestled in between Land Park and Curtis Park. Chef Casey Shideler's weekly changing menu benefits from her relationship with local farmers and ranchers. One of Sacramento's "best kept culinary secrets."
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Taylor's Kitchen
2924 Freeport Boulevard
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Taylor's Kitchen is a charming, neighborhood restaurant nestled in between Land Park and Curtis Park. Chef Casey Shideler's weekly changing menu benefits from her relationship with local farmers and ranchers. One of Sacramento's "best kept culinary secrets."
Bacon & Butter, in the Tahoe Park neighborhood, is worth both the trek and the inevitable brunch lines. The seasonal menu changes frequently, but might include, as it has in the recent past, a FGT benny (fried green tomato and ham hock with baby arugula, poached eggs, corn and béarnaise sauce, $15) and chili verde hash with tomatillo-stewed pork butt, black beans, pasilla chile, eggs, baby squash and corn ($17).
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Bacon & Butter
5913 Broadway
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Bacon & Butter, in the Tahoe Park neighborhood, is worth both the trek and the inevitable brunch lines. The seasonal menu changes frequently, but might include, as it has in the recent past, a FGT benny (fried green tomato and ham hock with baby arugula, poached eggs, corn and béarnaise sauce, $15) and chili verde hash with tomatillo-stewed pork butt, black beans, pasilla chile, eggs, baby squash and corn ($17).
Contrary to restaurant lore and signage, Broderick Roadhouse was not established in 1893. It actually started as a food truck in 2012 and, on the strength of its hamburger game, quickly grew into a small and beloved local chain. The original West Sacramento location retains the charm of a Western relic. If you come earlier for the 3 to 6 p.m. happy hour, the towering Old School burger and tap beer special ($10) is a steal.
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Broderick Roadhouse (Midtown)
1820 L St
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Contrary to restaurant lore and signage, Broderick Roadhouse was not established in 1893. It actually started as a food truck in 2012 and, on the strength of its hamburger game, quickly grew into a small and beloved local chain. The original West Sacramento location retains the charm of a Western relic. If you come earlier for the 3 to 6 p.m. happy hour, the towering Old School burger and tap beer special ($10) is a steal.
In the Southside Park neighborhood, Binchoyaki is a sassy little izakaya, where perky 1960s-era oldies play and the open kitchen makes the compact dining room feel like a party. Specializing in Japanese-style charcoal-grilled skewers, the restaurant serves salty, umami-packed bites of pork jowl, chicken gizzard, beef tongue, bacon-wrapped enoki mushrooms and more (starting at $1.50). A testament to the restaurant’s mom-and-pop, handmade impulse, the bar is lined with planter trays sprouting mung beans and pickling jars of beet-colored daikon and shochu liquor infused with umi (plum). From 10 p.m. to midnight, there’s a $1 oyster happy hour on weekend nights.
Binchoyaki
2226 10th Street
In the Southside Park neighborhood, Binchoyaki is a sassy little izakaya, where perky 1960s-era oldies play and the open kitchen makes the compact dining room feel like a party. Specializing in Japanese-style charcoal-grilled skewers, the restaurant serves salty, umami-packed bites of pork jowl, chicken gizzard, beef tongue, bacon-wrapped enoki mushrooms and more (starting at $1.50). A testament to the restaurant’s mom-and-pop, handmade impulse, the bar is lined with planter trays sprouting mung beans and pickling jars of beet-colored daikon and shochu liquor infused with umi (plum). From 10 p.m. to midnight, there’s a $1 oyster happy hour on weekend nights.
If you would like to have a taste of Brazil, Fogo de Minas gives you an authentic Brazilian "Churrasco" experience. The native chefs expertly grill and carve tableside each cut of meat like Picanha (signature sirloin), Filet Mignon, Ribeye, Fraldinha (Brazilian sirloin) Cordeiro (lamb) and more. In addition to the main dishes, enjoy the gourmet Market Table, authentic Brazilian salads and side dishes.
Fogo De Minas | Brazilian Steakhouse
2606 Gateway Oaks Dr
If you would like to have a taste of Brazil, Fogo de Minas gives you an authentic Brazilian "Churrasco" experience. The native chefs expertly grill and carve tableside each cut of meat like Picanha (signature sirloin), Filet Mignon, Ribeye, Fraldinha (Brazilian sirloin) Cordeiro (lamb) and more. In addition to the main dishes, enjoy the gourmet Market Table, authentic Brazilian salads and side dishes.
For elegant dining and potential political-star siting, Ella is a decade-old Sacramento restaurant that sits right where the streetcar rounds from 12th to K Street. Its décor exhibits what Selland calls a “rustic elegance,” with the rustic part mostly confined to the antique, distressed wood shutters found on Ella’s ceilings and walls. Ella offers a seafood-inflected starter menu and well-crafted entrees – New York steak, pork chop, sturgeon – that taste appealingly of wood smoke but would never set the culinary world on fire.
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Ella Dining Room & Bar
1131 K Street
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For elegant dining and potential political-star siting, Ella is a decade-old Sacramento restaurant that sits right where the streetcar rounds from 12th to K Street. Its décor exhibits what Selland calls a “rustic elegance,” with the rustic part mostly confined to the antique, distressed wood shutters found on Ella’s ceilings and walls. Ella offers a seafood-inflected starter menu and well-crafted entrees – New York steak, pork chop, sturgeon – that taste appealingly of wood smoke but would never set the culinary world on fire.
The name may sound generic, but dining here is an experience unlike any other. Since opening in 1991, The Kitchen has felt like a party from start to finish, hosted by the talented Chef Kelly McCown. Diners (celebrants are inevitably included) are encouraged to get up and walk around, maybe even peek into the kitchen to chat up the cooks.
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The Kitchen Restaurant
2225 Hurley Way
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The name may sound generic, but dining here is an experience unlike any other. Since opening in 1991, The Kitchen has felt like a party from start to finish, hosted by the talented Chef Kelly McCown. Diners (celebrants are inevitably included) are encouraged to get up and walk around, maybe even peek into the kitchen to chat up the cooks.
A solid option for good food in a casual atmosphere. My favorite is the steak fettuccine. Usual breakfast items as well slightly less common items such as a nice egg scramble with sausage and mushrooms. Lunch and Dinner items include crepes, pasta, burgers, and sandwiches.
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Café Dantorels
2700 24th St
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A solid option for good food in a casual atmosphere. My favorite is the steak fettuccine. Usual breakfast items as well slightly less common items such as a nice egg scramble with sausage and mushrooms. Lunch and Dinner items include crepes, pasta, burgers, and sandwiches.
Neighborhood Brews & Drinks
Sacramento is flush with beer. Try New Helvetia, named for the city’s original moniker. The brewery has a neighborhood feel, complete with backyard picnic tables, a devoted running club and a resident mascot dog named Moose (there’s a session I.P.A. named in his honor).
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New Helvetia Brewing Company
1730 Broadway
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Sacramento is flush with beer. Try New Helvetia, named for the city’s original moniker. The brewery has a neighborhood feel, complete with backyard picnic tables, a devoted running club and a resident mascot dog named Moose (there’s a session I.P.A. named in his honor).
Not only about the beer. Urban Roots started when Rob and Peter decided it was time to open the brewery they’d been dreaming of for a long long time. They wanted a place where they could express their love for the industry they’ve been a part of for so long. With Urban Roots, they hope to pay homage to all of the wonderful people they have met on their journey. People that showed them amazing beer and maybe more importantly showed them a good time.
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Urban Roots Brewery & Smokehouse
1322 V St
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Not only about the beer. Urban Roots started when Rob and Peter decided it was time to open the brewery they’d been dreaming of for a long long time. They wanted a place where they could express their love for the industry they’ve been a part of for so long. With Urban Roots, they hope to pay homage to all of the wonderful people they have met on their journey. People that showed them amazing beer and maybe more importantly showed them a good time.
Device Brewing Company has become a player in the Sacramento brewing scene since offering its first commercial batches in 2013. Family owned craft brewery featuring award-winning ales, lagers, stouts, and porters. Cozy tasting room with twelve beers on tap. Kid-friendly and dog-friendly. Plenty of parking and bike racks. Open seven days a week
Device Brewing Company
1610 R St
Device Brewing Company has become a player in the Sacramento brewing scene since offering its first commercial batches in 2013. Family owned craft brewery featuring award-winning ales, lagers, stouts, and porters. Cozy tasting room with twelve beers on tap. Kid-friendly and dog-friendly. Plenty of parking and bike racks. Open seven days a week
For a funky outdoor beer garden with communal tables imported from Germany and a shipping container kitchen, Der Biergarten, has 32 taps of mostly German beer and a menu that includes classics like currywurst ($8.06) and schnitzel ($12.67).
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Der Biergarten
2332 K Street
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For a funky outdoor beer garden with communal tables imported from Germany and a shipping container kitchen, Der Biergarten, has 32 taps of mostly German beer and a menu that includes classics like currywurst ($8.06) and schnitzel ($12.67).
Modern speakeasy with a vintage vibe & live music, plus seasonal Southern bites & classic cocktails.
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The Shady Lady Saloon
1409 R Street
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Modern speakeasy with a vintage vibe & live music, plus seasonal Southern bites & classic cocktails.
Bikes & Picnics
Bike Dog in industrial West Sacramento is popular with bicyclists, dogs, and serious beer geeks.
Bike Dog Broadway Taproom
915 Broadway
Bike Dog in industrial West Sacramento is popular with bicyclists, dogs, and serious beer geeks.
There’s even Sac Brew Bike, a mobile pub that tours beer bars and resembles a pedal-powered trolley that can seat up to 15 people. Tours start at $27 a seat.
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Sac Brew Bike
1519 19th St
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There’s even Sac Brew Bike, a mobile pub that tours beer bars and resembles a pedal-powered trolley that can seat up to 15 people. Tours start at $27 a seat.
The paved, 32-mile Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail starts in Old Sacramento’s Discovery Park and travels along the American River, a tubing hot spot during the scorching summer months.
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Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail
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The paved, 32-mile Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail starts in Old Sacramento’s Discovery Park and travels along the American River, a tubing hot spot during the scorching summer months.
If you’re up for an ambitious ride (or a short drive), continue all the way to the town of Folsom — of Johnny Cash prison song fame — which is loaded with Gold Country character.
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Folsom Historic District
915 Sutter St
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If you’re up for an ambitious ride (or a short drive), continue all the way to the town of Folsom — of Johnny Cash prison song fame — which is loaded with Gold Country character.
Get a picnic lunch for the road at Roxie’s Deli & BBQ, an East Sacramento corner store with a retro feel and sandwiches that will feed two adults for less than $10. A local favorite is the messy Meatball Mafia sandwich ($9.65) with smashed meatballs, provolone, and Parmesan cheeses, topped with tomatoes, onions, and jalapeños.
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Roxie Deli & Barbeque
3340 C Street
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Get a picnic lunch for the road at Roxie’s Deli & BBQ, an East Sacramento corner store with a retro feel and sandwiches that will feed two adults for less than $10. A local favorite is the messy Meatball Mafia sandwich ($9.65) with smashed meatballs, provolone, and Parmesan cheeses, topped with tomatoes, onions, and jalapeños.
Take your meal to the recently renovated pond at nearby McKinley Park, where 1,200 rose bushes in bloom from March through May. The garden was featured in Greta Gerwig’s 2017 film “Lady Bird”— a love letter to her hometown — which has inspired walking and running tours of the film’s locations.
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McKinley Park
601 Alhambra Boulevard
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Take your meal to the recently renovated pond at nearby McKinley Park, where 1,200 rose bushes in bloom from March through May. The garden was featured in Greta Gerwig’s 2017 film “Lady Bird”— a love letter to her hometown — which has inspired walking and running tours of the film’s locations.
Shop High Quality Foods. Find Savings On Organic, Gluten-Free, And More. Just around the corner at the historic R street district.
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Market 5-ONE-5
915 R St
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Shop High Quality Foods. Find Savings On Organic, Gluten-Free, And More. Just around the corner at the historic R street district.
Coffee, Bakes & Brunches
Our next door, local spot for brunches. Very understated from the outside but on weekends don't be surprised if you have to wait a while to get a table. The best thing about Harry's? The freshness of ingredients and Harry himself greets you at the entrance.
Harry's Cafe
2026 16th Street
Our next door, local spot for brunches. Very understated from the outside but on weekends don't be surprised if you have to wait a while to get a table. The best thing about Harry's? The freshness of ingredients and Harry himself greets you at the entrance.
Zocalo, the stylish, upscale and ever-popular Mexican restaurant in midtown is set in a beautiful building and it is fun for brunches or drinking their signature margaritas with the girls (or guys for that matter.) The buzz is contagious, literally.
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Zocalo Restaurant Midtown
1801 Capitol Avenue
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Zocalo, the stylish, upscale and ever-popular Mexican restaurant in midtown is set in a beautiful building and it is fun for brunches or drinking their signature margaritas with the girls (or guys for that matter.) The buzz is contagious, literally.
Grab a coffee at Temple Coffee Roasters, a highfalutin caffeine palace that opened its grandest location — which includes a floor hand-laid with 500,000 pennies — in 2016 in a 1880s building in the trendy Midtown neighborhood. Coffee snobs will find Kyoto slow-drip and a custom tap system for Nitrogen-infused coffees and teas.
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Temple Coffee Roasters
2200 K St
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Grab a coffee at Temple Coffee Roasters, a highfalutin caffeine palace that opened its grandest location — which includes a floor hand-laid with 500,000 pennies — in 2016 in a 1880s building in the trendy Midtown neighborhood. Coffee snobs will find Kyoto slow-drip and a custom tap system for Nitrogen-infused coffees and teas.
Freeport Bakery is a charming neighborhood bakery. It is an award-winning, full-line, scratch bakery known for its great cakes. From birthdays to weddings, Freeport Bakery cakes always make memories. Breakfast pastries, cookies, cupcakes and pies are baked daily.
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Freeport Bakery
2966 Freeport Boulevard
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Freeport Bakery is a charming neighborhood bakery. It is an award-winning, full-line, scratch bakery known for its great cakes. From birthdays to weddings, Freeport Bakery cakes always make memories. Breakfast pastries, cookies, cupcakes and pies are baked daily.
Wine Tasting
Originally built in 1934 as an operating beet sugar refinery, the Old Sugar Mill now hosts fifteen unique wineries offering varietals from all over Northern California. Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Barbera, Tempranillo, Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, and Sangiovese are just a few of the featured wines. Located in the heart of the Clarksburg AVA, and just 15 minutes from downtown Sacramento, the Old Sugar Mill is the premier destination for enjoying world-class wines with friends and family. Complete with picnic grounds that are dog and family friendly, the Old Sugar Mill is a perfect venue for your next wine trip.
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Old Sugar Mill
35265 Willow Avenue
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Originally built in 1934 as an operating beet sugar refinery, the Old Sugar Mill now hosts fifteen unique wineries offering varietals from all over Northern California. Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Barbera, Tempranillo, Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, and Sangiovese are just a few of the featured wines. Located in the heart of the Clarksburg AVA, and just 15 minutes from downtown Sacramento, the Old Sugar Mill is the premier destination for enjoying world-class wines with friends and family. Complete with picnic grounds that are dog and family friendly, the Old Sugar Mill is a perfect venue for your next wine trip.
A unique feature of this charming, Gold Rush era town, is the Murphys Main Street wineries experience. This makes Murphys an irresistible wine-lover’s destination. If you want to get a complete overview of the innovative Calaveras winemaking scene, Murphys Main Street wineries make it easy and fun. Stroll along this historic downtown and pop into over two-dozen tasting rooms specializing in Rhône and Italian varietals. Meet winemakers and winery owners and learn about their craft. This is a snob-free zone! Calaveras winemakers are eager to share their knowledge and delighted to respond to your interest. Take your time, relax and enjoy!
Main Street
A unique feature of this charming, Gold Rush era town, is the Murphys Main Street wineries experience. This makes Murphys an irresistible wine-lover’s destination. If you want to get a complete overview of the innovative Calaveras winemaking scene, Murphys Main Street wineries make it easy and fun. Stroll along this historic downtown and pop into over two-dozen tasting rooms specializing in Rhône and Italian varietals. Meet winemakers and winery owners and learn about their craft. This is a snob-free zone! Calaveras winemakers are eager to share their knowledge and delighted to respond to your interest. Take your time, relax and enjoy!