Given the ethnic flavor of this mission town, Mexican heritage can truly shine through this legendary libation. From the “Museo de Tequila” (a literal museum of tequila), to various regional takes on the margarita, Sacramento found that lost shaker of salt, and ran with it.
Tea is useful for much more than filling your cup. Check out these five unusual uses before you throw away your next teabag.
Forget breakfast in bed, encourage Mom to rest her feet and relax with a daytime drink, served by you.
There’s nothing better than kicking back on vacation with a classic local cocktail, and nothing worse than being interrupted by some blowhard waxing poetic about the drink’s storied “history”. Unless you’re the blowhard, and you’re sitting at the exact bar where the drink was invented.
Sports bars are great for hot wings, draft beer and watching the game with fans. But they are awesome for their high-def, giant television screens.
Warm up to these Halloween inspired cocktails!
One champagne cocktail remains the favorite for Sunday brunch: the mimosa — a simple, elegant, 50/50 blend of champagne and orange juice served in a flute. Can there be anything better? Maybe, maybe not; but there are other ingredients a splash of champagne can enhance besides just orange juice.
From causal neighborhood joints to chic hangouts, Midtown is the be place to be. The area offers everything from dive bars to ultra lounges. Here’s a look at five of the best neighborhood joints if you’re looking to find your next regular hangout.
If you’ve ever wanted something more to do at a bar than sit on a stool or yell over loud music, this list of bars that feature drinking games should help.
Sacramento’s best piano bars run the gamut of entertainment, from loud and eccentric, to classy and sophisticated. Head to Midtown and visit an extraordinary mobile piano bar and one-man band, or find an open stool at your favorite local dive bar.
These are some of the best bars in Sacramento to feel the summer breeze and quench your thirst in an outdoor venue.
America’s traditional colors are red, white and blue, and you can take your Fourth of July picnic, barbeque or pool party to the next level by serving Independence Day themed cuisine! All of these easy-to-make […]