You’re out late with friends and hunger strikes, what do you do? Good late night food spots are hard to come by, which is why we compiled a list to help you make the right choice. Check it out!
Rick's Dessert Diner
2322 K Street
Sometimes you’re in the mood for something sweet late at night. Well, look no further to satisfy your sweet tooth by visiting Rick’s Dessert Diner. This establishment has more than 285 varieties of European and American desserts, all made fresh daily from “scratch.” Enjoy all their tall cakes, fresh fruit tarts and tortes, and the most decadent chocolate desserts imaginable! Rick’s is open Tues-Thur 10 a.m. – midnight, Fri-Sat 10 a.m. - 1 a.m., and Monday 10 a.m – 11 p.m.
1020 K Street
This is one of the new late night spots in Midtown Sacramento. Located on K Street and sandwiched between Dive Bar and District 30, Pizza Rock is sure to not disappoint any late night palette. From the creative gourmet pizzas paired with specialty cocktails, Pizza Rock is the destination pizzeria in Sacramento for guests looking for a new and fun place to meet friends. Utilizing fresh organic local ingredients to create savory dessert pizzas and sensational menu items, this establishment will tickle your taste buds and leave you wanting more. The restaurant is open Sunday to Tuesday 11am-midnight and Wednesday to Saturday 11am-3am.
1020 16th Street
This establishment is also another newbie to the late night scene. Located on 16th and K Street in the heart of Midtown Sacramento, Spin Burger is putting a new “spin” on the classic hamburger. Try their Special Blend 8oz. Spin Burger and “spin it” anyway you want with over thirty sauces, cheeses and toppings. And if you feel a little guilty for chowing down on that burger, jump on one of the indoor stationary bikes. Spin Burger serves a full menu seven days a week from 11 a.m. – midnight Sun-Wed, and Thurs- Sat until 3 a.m.
Tapa The World
2115 J Street
Do you like tapas and Sangria? How about a warm atmosphere and a place where you can actually enjoy a conversation into the night? Look no further than Tapa the World. This establishment opened its doors in 1994, and is owned by brother and sister Paul Ringstrom and Conni Lewis. At Tapa the World (pronounced like “top of the world” said quickly), the owners want to show you some traditional Spanish dishes as well as creations from the chef, who will use ingredients from around the world. Also, the establishment is open seven days a week, from 11:30 a.m to midnight. Try “a little bit of Spain on your table.”
Ink Eats & Drinks
2730 N Street
Searching for a extensive late night menu in Midtown Sacramento is like searching for meaning in a Pauly Shore movie: hard to do! But, Ink Eats and Drinks blows the competition out of the water, and offers a full menu and bar list to satisfy any late night craving. Choose from breakfast options, small plates, and sandwiches which are sure to have you leaving the restaurant happy and very full! The establishment is also open until 1am or later every night of the week, and is open until 4am on Friday and Saturday nights. Check it out!