1419 H Street Sacramento, CA 95814 +1 916 557 1999
Among the then-unknowns who performed in Sacramento on their way to stardom were Madeline Kahn, who graced the 1969 production of Show Boat, and Joel Grey, who played Huck Finn in Tom Sawyer. Over the years, more than 150 musicals have graced the round Music Circus. The season runs yearly from mid-July to late-August. Shows sell out quickly, so it is best to call early for tickets.
1500 K Street Sacramento, CA 95814 +1 916 444 3633
Enjoy a scrumptious breakfast or lunch here. Breakfast dishes include omelets and buttermilk pancakes. The lunch menu has a variety of items from sandwiches and pasta salad to quesadillas or quiche. In the evenings, with the additions of beer and wine to the menu, fans of local bands turn out in droves.
2000 K Street At the corner of 20th and K streets Sacramento, CA 95814 +1 916 448 7798
Face it... this is a popular place to meet someone for an encounter, however brief. Actually, the four bars and two dance floors cater to a mixed and easy-going, straight, gay and lesbian crowd. You will find patrons here partying-down, cruising, or just chatting. The busiest nights are Wednesday and Thursday. Face it has a ladies' night, karaoke and country line dancing and male stripper show. Check out the patio, a popular spot for meeting people and smoking.
1013 K Street Sacramento, CA 95814 +1 916 442 7378
Built in the 1940s from the remnants of a closed movie theater, The Crest's beautiful gilt interior swoops and soars in an Art Deco style. Now subdivided into three theaters and equipped with modern technology, the features are anything but mainstream. You can see Hitchcock, animation festivals, 50s science fiction, and almost any movie made in the last century. The Crest also hosts a wide array of comedy acts, concerts, and political events, and it can be rented for private parties. The long and colorful history of this venue is shown in the collection of theatre memorabilia and artifacts on display in the lobby.
143 Main Street Rio Vista, CA 94571 +1 707 374 2511
Located in the heart of Rio Vista, Foster's Bighorn serves delicious grilled meat, but that's not it! The walls of this restaurant are adorned with taxidermies from North America and Africa, making it a beloved refueling place of the hunting fan. Diners can binge on steaks, burgers, ribs and salads while perusing these marvels from the 1930s. Guests can also choose to sit at the large bar and drown down refreshing cold beers. The restaurant accepts payment in cash only; carry ample cash while visiting or you can even use the automated teller machine, located on its premises.
Highly acclaimed for its extensive range of wines on offer, so much that one can find locals drop by single-mindedly to pick up a few bottles, Carpo Vino is a success story. Situated among historic buildings, it serves a classy American fare to diners who relish the mouthwatering preparations with satisfaction. Bluenose Sea Bass, Manhattan Steak and Romaine Heart Caesar salad are a few great options for feasting. A tapas-style menu allows for a few careless bites while savoring the wine. While here, do not forget to visit the wine mine which is a tiny room, one of the oldest architectures in the region or the Union Saloon which was used as a mortuary.
9611 Greenback Lane River Rock Plaza Folsom, CA 95630 +1 916 989 6711
Scott's Seafood Grill & Bar is a neighborhood dining outlet that can be enjoyed by the entire family. Wonderful bounties from the sea are offered here. Begin your meal with crab cakes, fried calamari, prawn or crab cocktail. Follow it up with an entree of Ahi tuna, Alaskan halibut or the house special Scott's Cioppino. End you meal with a sinful dessert of cake, sorbet or gelato. They also offer a selection of chicken, steak and pork preparations for those who would like a change of palate.
Take your pick from sizzling steaks or alluring seafood preparations at McCormick & Schmick's Seafood & Steaks. the steaks are prepared from aged beef, which turns succulent and brings out rich flavors when cooked. Seafood lovers can gorge on shrimps, scallops, lobster and crabs. Fresh catch from the sea is offered at the oyster bar. This outlet at Roseville, located within the Fountains shopping center, offers a good break from your shopping expedition.
1400 Eureka Road Roseville, CA 95661 +1 916 782 5525
Located off Sunrise Avenue, that is home to a variety of shopping outlets and restaurants, lies Suede Blue. The alluring whiff of American cuisine will draw you to the doors of this restaurant. The menu features American favorites of burgers, salads, soups, steaks, chicken, lamb, seafood and pork preparations. Join Suede Blue in their lounge during their happy hours on weekdays from 4p to 7p, and enjoy appetizers, cocktails and beers at discounted rates.
1480 Eureka Road Roseville, CA 95661 +1 916 773 2929
A sophisticated environment to feast on American fares awaits you at Crush 29. The decor of the restaurant tries to offer its guests a feel of being in Napa Valley, while in Roseville. Brick and wood paneled walls surround an interior covered in hues of brown. The place is covered in a soft glow which creates an intimate ambiance. The menu features pastas, steaks, risottos, salads, soups, burgers and sandwiches. Do try out the speciality drinks of this place. Visit the restaurant on a Sunday to partake from their brunch fare.
This theatre is a Sacramento landmark. Its exterior is reminiscent
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Located in the Wells Fargo Pavilion, this theater was born
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