Sacramento is ripe with excitement over riding its rushing whitewater sprays fragrant of freshwater, spring flowers and bursts of turbulence as if in a whirling pool of awesomeness!
The best historical bars are the ones that not only stood the test of time, but are the ones that connected itself to the surrounding neighborhoods thanks to some of the best owners Sacramento has known.
Local cream, milk, nuts and berries are used to produce spectacular ice cream flavors and sundaes at these popular Sacramento businesses.
Drinking has come a long way, indeed, and you happen to live in a place that takes cuisine seriously. Mixoloogy is just another part of the whole foodie picture, and these watering holes will not only wet your whistle, but take your imagination along with it.
Mom’s homemade fried chicken always tastes the best, but in case your mom isn’t available, here are a list of the most righteous places to get your bird fried and presented to you.
A vast array of craft brews are available from these Sacramento small businesses, so when you want to enjoy a beer at home you need not be limited to cans of Bud or 40’s of Colt 45 from the neighborhood grocery store.
Stand Up is one of the most pure forms of comedy, and Sacramento hasn’t forgotten that we need laughter. From the top shelf, national comics to the amateur instructional venues, here are some top spots to get your chuckle on in Sac Town.
Fireworks are always a hit for the Fourth of July. The sky gets dark, the crowds hold their breath, and then the booms and bursts begin. There are other events on this day that emphasize other things; family, picnics, parades, and just plain, old-fashioned good times are available all over the greater Sacramento area. Here are just a few, with and without the pyrotechnics.
Celebrate Independence Day with a big bang, with events that bring fireworks, live music, cowboys, BMX bikes, food, carnivals, parades, beer gardens and bounce houses to Sacramento.
Work, school and other commitments can make life hectic, but McKenzie says the place you call home should be a “stress-free environment”.
Explore the world from Sacramento while learning languages such as Japanese, Farsi, German, Spanish and Italian.
We love Sacramento, and we know you do too, but sometimes you need to escape. Just get in the car (or train) and go somewhere. We all know that feeling, too. Well good thing you’re in NorCal, and prime destinations await for your day trip musings.