Looking for a new place to eat in Sacramento? Don’t worry, we compiled a list of the newest restaurants in the area that you NEED to try now. Whether you’re looking for something upscale or on the more affordable side, we got it all.
Star Ginger Asian Grill & Noodle Bar
3101 Folsom Blvd.
Star Ginger, the latest culinary outpost from the owner of Lemon Grass Mai Pham , has caused quite a stir after opening it’s doors in mid-January. With its focus on street foods from Asia, the menu ranges from Korean barbeque to noodle dishes from Vietnam, Thailand, China and Japan. This restaurant is fun, affordable and casual, and a great place to meet with friends for lunch or dinner. Check it out!
Press Bistro & Bar
1809 Capitol Avenue.
The Press is a new neighborhood bistro offering food and drinks in a comfortable, inviting setting. Whether you’re in the mood for a drink, small bites or a full meal, this establishment has everything you need. Also, in addition to their dining room and patio seating, this restaurant offers patrons the opportunity to sit at an 18-foot community table which creates a social atmosphere for the shared enjoyment of all their fabulous creations. Along with an amazing setting, this restaurant boasts a menu full of richness and diversity of the Sacramento Valley presented right at your table.
1020 K Street
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.
1217 21st Street
The building that houses this new Sacramento establishment was built in 1910. The beautiful Midtown Craftsman structure formerly housed the famous “Cheap Thrills” costume shop. The building was purchased in 2002 by Stephen Tokuhama, who then opened Kupros Bistro in 2010, which marked the 100th birthday of the unique structure. Aside from the buildings history, Kupros Bistro focuses on food with quality, local ingredients, and the restaurant would like you to “think of your favorite watering hole with an upscale twist” when you think of Kupros.