These Sacramento bars and eateries offer relaxing patios where patrons can enjoy a cocktail, craft beer or glass of wine.
Beer gardens are usually set up with large tables that promote social interaction. Here’s what our area has to offer.
Many Americans go out and celebrate Cinco de Mayo thinking it is basically “Mexican Independence Day”. The truth is: Mexico’s Independence is celebrated in September. Whatever the occasion these places know how to put on a fiesta.
While there may not be as many choices for gay bars as other cities, Sacramento’s Lavender District is a diverse place for most people to find a place they like. All packed into a couple blocks, it is easy to float from one bar to the next. Each of these bars has a different atmosphere. It doesn’t matter if you’re gay straight or otherwise, you’re sure to have a great time at these bars.
Tax returns are a gift to may of us and most of the time, we can’t spend it quickly enough.
There’s definitely more than one place in town to enjoy a baseball game in Sacramento.
Where can you go if you and your friends are in the mood to chill at a pub? This list gives insight to five of the best Irish pubs in the Sacramento area.
Find out Sacramento’s own Ian Young’s top martini selections.
If you want to feel like you are getting a real Bourbon Street experience for Mardi Gras, there are a few places in Sac you can go complete with masks, beads and even some brass band marching.
If you’ve been looking for something fun to do by yourself on Valentine’s Day, look no further.
Sacramento has some great country bars for those of you looking for just that. On the following list, you’ll find one or two of the usual suspects, as well a new place or two to balance things out.
Here are a few modern recipes for hot winter drinks that’ll warm you right up from Balele Shoka, resident mixologist at Aji Japanese Bistro in El Dorado Hills.