Nightlife & Music
The closest NHL team to Sacramento is the San Jose Sharks, and even though one would have to drive more than a hundred miles to see a game in person, there are a few bars where you can watch all of the action of the NHL.
The list is long when it comes to watering holes in the Sacramento area that showcase specialty beers and microbrews. These are the best of the best when it comes to an ever-changing tap line-up.
Not many places in town allow smoking indoors of any kind these days, which leaves the question, where does one go?
Who doesn’t like a game of billiards? Sactown bars do more than hold their own when it comes to providing places where you can enjoy the game.
A night out doesn’t always have to consist of being at a crowded nightclub. Local bowling alleys see a lot of action in our city.
Find the best bars in Sacramento to visit during the winter Olympics with friends and family, and all you have to do is show up. These bars offer it all – great menus, drinks and a comfortable atmosphere.
Visiting local restaurants and bars is one of the best parts about traveling. Check out any of these old bars – most of which are older than America.
The traditionally Japanese beverage of sake is becoming more popular in the U.S. and fans have many places to enjoy it in Sacramento.
Get out an explore Sacramento’s gay nightlife scene.
Refer to this list for best new bars that hit the Sacramento scene in 2013.
For those looking to paint the town red on New Year’s Eve in Sacramento, you will find everything you’re looking for right here on this list.
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