1901 P Street Sacramento, CA 95814 +1 916 444 8209
There is plenty of entertainment in this cozy, converted Victorian mansion in midtown Sacramento. The space of Thistle Dew Dessert Theater has a living room feel to it, with only 39 seats. Many plays performed on the intimate proscenium stage are one-act productions. Some of these plays are written with the intimate dimensions of the theater space in mind and to promote audience interaction. As the name implies, there are desserts such as delicious cheesecakes, tortes and big cookies. But no alcohol is served.
3651 J Street Sacramento, CA 95816 +1 916 455 7155
London has fog and pubs, so does Sacramento. One of the most popular British/European theme pubs in the area has a dark, antique, and generally cluttered atmosphere. It just calls for you to down a Guinness and toss a dart. You will find a good selection of European beers, stouts and ales to drink while relaxing in the private booths or scattered armchairs. Munchies include British favorites such as fish and chips or pasties.
4738 J Street Sacramento, CA 95819 +1 916 451 6834
Club 2-Me has a couple of unique features for what is basically a bar where people go to meet new friends. There are always far more men than women here. Although it seems to be open all time, it really does close at 2am; however, by 7am it is back to business as usual. It features a good selection of tap beers and pretty stiff bar drinks. The decor is sports oriented with pool tables and darts to entertain the crowd.
3246 J Street Sacramento, CA 95816 +1 916 689 9074
Nestled in midtown, the Raven Club offers chilled drinks in their cozy little ambiance. If the Sacramento Kings are playing, the game will be on TV and you will be able to hear the play-by-play over the usually peaceful crowds who walk in from the surrounding residences. Well drinks are cheap and the popcorn is free. You can also try beating your friends over a game of dartboards and one or two funky video games!
2333 S Street Sacramento, CA 95816 +1 916 451 4682
Round Corner, the name of this place, refers to the game of billiards, but you had best call it pool, here. The tables are the center of activity and after about 4pm they attract a crowd of good players, so do not look for a recreational game. The bar is basic with just a few beers on tap. Happy hour is generous lasting from 5pm to 7pm, seven days a week. Televisions are scattered around and the booths are comfortable for relaxing.
2700 24th Street Sacramento, CA 95818 +1 916 451 2312
The orange exterior and green awnings easily identify Cafe Melange-breakfast and brunch cafe. For breakfast, choose from pancakes, eggs to order, French toast, ham and fried potatoes. The menu has a variety of muffins, doughnuts, cakes, pies, Danish and many other sumptuous pastries. Sandwiches, soups and salads are available for brunch or an early lunch. Relax and sip coffee outside on the sidewalk or inside in the loft. Also offered are teas and a great selection of ice cream and fruit smoothies.
2107 L Street Sacramento, CA 95816 +1 916 443 8815
The Distillery is the place to go for a drink, meet people, enjoy live bands and eat a great steak dinner. The entrees consist of large, hot and juicy steaks sure to delight any dedicated carnivore. Wednesday through Saturdays, guests are entertained by tunes from some of the areas top bands, singers and musicians. Despite the close quarters, the sound is great. The music ranges from rock to punk and reggae.
1023 Front Street (Old Sacramento) Sacramento, CA 95814 +1 916 447 2311
Sidelines Sports Bar & Nightclub is the place to come for a drink, to watch the game or to dance. While the games are on, this gathering spot offers the stereotypical sports bar ambiance. A well-stocked bar that mixes them strong, a few pool tables, and approximately 50 big-screen TVs show any and every game in town. Once the final buzzer sounds and the weekend comes, the sports buffs depart and the dance crowd takes over. The bar features a driving selection of rock-pop and techno-disco that lures dancers onto the dance floor.
1800 L Street Sacramento, CA 95814 +1 916 447 9440
The charm and romance of old Spain jump out to greet patrons of this fine eatery. Simple burlap covers the tables surrounded by wall mural paintings. The bar lit by flickering candlelight offers a great place to wait for a table, or just to unwind and meet people. The menu presents an intriguing selection of Spanish tapas, however, the restaurant is famous for the Paella Valenciana filled with pork ribs, chicken, fish and shrimp. Patio seating is available.
1001 Front Street Sacramento, CA 95814 +1 916 446 6768
Enter the glass-enclosed entrance to this historic building and the authentic detail inside will transport you back in time to the wild Gold Rush days. Among the numerous Tiffany lamps under intricate stained glass windows, tourists and locals gather for light lunches, weekend brunch, drinks and conversation at the authentic mid-19th century tables. In addition to the lean and tasty ostrich burgers, the menu offers a variety of sandwiches, salads, soups and appetizers. Steak and seafood entrees are an interesting mix of American, Cajun and Italian cuisine.
This theatre is a Sacramento landmark. Its exterior is reminiscent
of a typical 1950s movie theatre, and its interior is a showcase of movie memorabilia. Occasionally, the theatre will show a just released film on one of its three ...
This unique cafe combines fine wines and delicious food from
an innovative Mediterranean menu. The decor is cozy and romantic. You can order wine by the glass or by the bottle. The cafe has a corkage fee. From the ...
Located in the Wells Fargo Pavilion, this theater was born
during World War II, when Sacramento was overrun with soldiers and sailors in need of wholesome entertainment. The theater has two different venues. The Mainstage seats 300 patrons in ...