If you’re looking to save money but still have a lot of fun, try these local happy hours. You’ll get tasty food and drinks for a fraction of the price.
Longing for the bistros of France or the trattorias of Italy? Sacramento is home to a number of bistros that offer the hearty entrees and warm ambiance that made these types of eateries so popular in the first place. If you are on the hunt for a great bistro, check out one of these five spots.
If you can’t get away to Spain to sample some authentic tapas, let Sacramento bring Spain to you. A number of spots in town showcase the Spanish art of tapas. Order a glass of sangria and give one of these five hot spots a try.
The Golden Bear is one of those destinations that has a little something for everyone (over 21)—tasty food, inventive cocktails, DJs and more.
For over 15 years, Centro Cocina Mexicana has been representing the Paragary family with outstanding Mexican food in midtown.
In what used to be a sketchy edge of midtown, there’s a block that now consists of local businesses mixed with regional retail and restaurant chains.
I don’t frequent Roxy Restaurant and Bar as often as I’d like, yet, every time I get to Roxy, I am pleased I made the trek.
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Dad’s Kitchen serves up some of the tastiest sandwiches, burgers, and to-die-for fries in Sacramento.
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Cafe Bernardo R15 boasts tables with chairs, booth seating and plenty of leg room, as well as a large outdoor patio on one side and a mini patio out front. The décor is harlequin-hip, with multiple chandelier lighting surrounded by a huge picture frame on the ceiling.
Tucked away between a newer townhouse/loft development and what is currently a yoga-art studio, Moxie’s red doors beckon.