About Sacramento

Situated at the confluence of the Sacramento River and American River, Sacramento is a city of contrast, defying expectations that the capital of a state must be a bustling metropolis studded with sleek steel and glass towers. There are buildings fitting that description clustered downtown, but the heart of California's capital city has tree-shaded streets lined with elegant Victorian homes. Unlike most major metropolitan areas that grew from a civic center, Sacramento started from several small communities that grew together.

Today, within the sprawling metropolis, the influence of these original settlements can be seen throughout the city. Just a few minutes southeast of Sacramento International Airport along Interstate 5, Sacramento visitors are rewarded with sweeping views of the river meandering down to the Delta. Sacramento's tiny settlement grew explosively with the discovery of gold. Disappointed gold-seekers returned from the gold fields and founded the surrounding towns. Today, the Sacramento region extends west from Davis and Woodland to the lovingly preserved frontier town of Auburn, northeast along Interstate 80, and to vacation spots in the Sacramento River Delta. Sacramento has grown from a tent city to the capital of California and has never forgotten its colorful Gold Rush roots.

Old Sacramento/Downtown/Midtown

Since its humble beginnings as a tent city, Sacramento's fate has been intertwined with its namesake, the Sacramento River. Today, Old Sacramento is a 12-block restored neighborhood between the river and Interstate 5 and is a state historic district with interesting old stone and brick buildings. There is a world-class comedy club, a live theatre, elegant restaurants with sweeping views of the river, candy stores, costume shops, pubs and bookstores to be found along the canopied plank sidewalks. The focal point of downtown is the Downtown Plaza, reached from Old Sacramento through a pedestrian tunnel covered with colorful murals. This open-air mall (cooled with suspended “misters” during the summer) features a megaplex movie theater, department stores, a bookstore, specialty clothing stores and much more. Plaza shoppers are entertained by strolling musicians, jugglers, acrobats and mimes.

Beyond the plaza is the K Street Mall, which extends several blocks to the east and is home to the Crest Theatre. This Art Deco venue was a vaudeville theater that has been restored and is now a repertory cinema featuring art and foreign titles. Further down K Street is the Esquire IMAX Theatre with its six-story tall screen, several vintage record stores, novelty shops, a blues club and several splashy psychedelic murals painted on the dignified walls.

The trees grab the attention of the first-time visitor to the Midtown district. Throughout the city, there are more than 250,000 varieties of fruit, flowering and palm trees. Many of the trees are huge elms and oaks planted by homesick settlers. In the summers, when temperatures average in the high 90s, the cool shade of the trees is welcome. Along the shaded streets are several cutting-edge off-Broadway theaters, a diversity of art galleries, fine and down-home dining establishments, as well as nightspots catering to every taste.

North Sacramento

Across the American River, this old neighborhood centered on Del Paso Boulevard has more than a dozen galleries and, as a result, is a popular area during Second Saturday, an event that happens on the second Saturday of each month and showcases free entrance (and often free food and drinks) into many art galleries around Sacramento. Today, spiffed up and known as Uptown, the area has also attracted interesting restaurants and cafes, and other businesses busily renovating the old neighborhood. To the east is Arden Fair Mall, with theaters, restaurants and a multitude of shopping opportunities.

Folsom

East of downtown Sacramento, the town of Folsom traces its history directly to the Gold Rush. Along a four-block stretch of Sutter Street, now designated a historic district, are restaurants, coffeehouses and boutiques. Also, here, you will find the Folsom Zoo, affectionately nicknamed the "Misfit Zoo," which provides a haven for injured animals such as bears, bobcats, wolves, dogs and domestic cats.

Davis

Unfortunately, the Sacramento River that did so much to put the city on the map also had the alarming habit of flooding on a regular basis. The early town was practically erased several times before levees and the Yolo Bypass were built. The Causeway, a section of Interstate 80 on stilts, crosses the Yolo Bypass and connects downtown Sacramento with Davis. The University of California, Davis, attracts thousands of students and faculty with a taste for non-mainstream entertainment. Most evenings, the downtown streets overflow with townsfolk seeking unique events such as poetry readings, live theater, gallery openings and music concerts.

Regardless of which part of Sacramento you plan to visit, rest assured that here along the banks of the river with its Gold Rush past you will find a city with a promising future. It is, after all, the location of bustling and productive new enterprises, home to a major university and the seat of government for the great state of California.

  • Old Sacramento

    1101 Second Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 264 7777
    For a taste of the Old West, complete with dirt and cobblestone streets flanked with wide wooden sidewalks and "Bonanza"-style buildings, visit Old Sac. Tour the historical four blocks in a horse-drawn carriage or take a ride on a riverboat. Bustling with activity, this place offers tourist shops, museums and antique trains. On weekends you can usually hear Cajun, blues, or folk music in one of several saloons and restaurants.
  • California Auto Museum

    2200 Front Street Sacramento, CA 95818 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 6802
    The California Auto Museum displays antique automobiles of all makes and models. Antique mannequins and artifacts enhance this museum's history of the automobile. Showcasing more than 150 classics, the museum also features dream exhibits which explore society's passion for speed, independence and the "cool" image associated with cars. Guided tours, video programs, group discounts, a gift shop, private party room (with cars displayed) and a research library are available.
  • Crocker Art Museum

    216 O Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 808 7000
    Founded in the 1870s, Crocker Art Museum is known as the first art museum in the West. The historical building with hand-carved doors, ornate walls and parquet floors, creates a gorgeous backdrop as impressive as the art. The art includes the Gold Rush, Victorian and European masters and contemporary works. The museum hosts art talks, classical concerts, jazz concerts, and tours (afternoons and weekends). A gift shop is also available.
  • Sacramento Zoo

    3930 West Land Park Drive Sacramento, CA 95822 United States - Phone: +1 916 264 5888
    The Sacramento Zoo is home to more than 400 animals, including the snow leopard, red panda, eagles and reptiles. In addition to the animals, the zoo has lakes, gardens, an educational amphitheater, and a train that runs through the premises. Service and amenities also include picnic areas, concessions, gift store, stroller rentals and complimentary wheelchairs.
  • Funderland

    1350 17th Avenue Sacramento, CA 95822 United States - Phone: +1 916 456 0115
    Conveniently located across from the Sacramento Zoo, Funderland is an amusement park designed for kids 12 and under. Popular rides include the Tea Cups, the Dragon Coaster, the Airplanes, and the Funderland train. There is also a carousel and old-fashioned bumper cars. Admission is free, but there are tickets for the rides. Private party rentals are also available, and the place features an on-site snack bar too.
  • Historic City Cemetery

    1000 Broadway Sacramento, CA 95818 United States - Phone: +1 916 448 5665
    More than 20,000 pioneers from the Gold Rush era (1840s) "rest in peace" here, including John A. Sutter, Jr. (founder of Sacramento), Edwin Bryant Crocker and Mark Hopkins (two of the "Big Four" of railroading). This well-maintained Historic City Cemetery was established in 1849. You will find fresh air, beautiful flowers, art sculptures and historical facts. You can easily spend several hours exploring the history entombed on this 28-acre site. Self-guided tour maps are available at the entrance.
  • Sutter's Fort

    2701 L Street Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 445 4422
    Originally built in 1839, Sutter's Fort is symbolic of the Gold Rush era in California. It is equipped with 12 cannons and a jail. Costumed docents re-enact living history as mountain men, traders, trappers and blacksmiths. View replicas of covered wagons or watch while docents make handicrafts. A self-guided audio tour is a good way to experience all this fort has to offer.
  • California State Indian Museum

    2618 K Street Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 324 0971
    Located next to Sutter's Fort, California State Indian Museum displays history from the Native American perspective. View intricately woven baskets, ceremonial dance regalia, sacred objects, headdresses, native instruments and other cultural items used by California's native people. Themes surrounding the natural world and its connection to the spiritual world add a rich contrast to the exhibits. Enjoy self-guided audio tours, which are activated by pushing indicated buttons.
  • Governor's Mansion State Historic Park

    1526 H Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 323 3047
    The Governor's mansion, built in 1877, has 14-feet ceilings, crystal chandeliers, ornate moldings, Persian carpets, Italian marble fireplaces and French mirrors. Many Governors' wives, including Nancy Reagan, have remodeled the home. Among the famous guests who stayed in the mansion were Teddy Roosevelt and Jack Kennedy. Each room is furnished from a different era, so the tour is also a history of furniture. Tours are on the hour and guides must accompany visitors.
  • Fairytale Town

    3901 Land Park Drive Sacramento, CA 95822 United States - Phone: +1 916 264 7462
    Fairytale Town is a world of Mother Goose where fairy tales come to life. Children can chase each other around the crooked mile and crawl on the tortoise and the hare. Captain Hook's pirate ship, Owl's tree house and King Arthur's table are all here. The petting zoo has a variety of animals to see, from sheep to donkeys. You can bring a picnic lunch or purchase hot dogs, corn dogs, nachos and drinks from a concession stand.
  • Woodland Opera House

    340 Second Street Woodland, CA 95695 United States - Phone: +1 530 666 9617
    This old vaudeville venue is a California State Historic landmark. More than a century's worth of history lives here. A major attraction on the 1890s vaudeville circuit, the Woodland Opera House featured 300 touring companies and several generations of local performing artist. In the past, many have marveled at Frank Kirk, "The Acrobatic Tramp, Inventor & Performer on Instruments Grotesque." John Philip Sousa and his band stopped here regularly. The boxer "Gentleman Jim" Corbett put on "Exhibitions of Fisticuffs." Call for schedule and performance times.
  • California Raptor Center

    1 Shields Avenue Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 752 9994
    Vultures, screech owls and bald eagles are among the birds displayed in living-room-sized cages along tree-shaded pathways. The volunteers and professional veterinarians affiliated with California Raptor Center release about 65 percent of their patients after successful treatments ranging from surgery to physical therapy. The staff leads Hawk Walks to view recently released birds in the surrounding habitat. Visitors can view demonstrations of techniques such as "on the fist." During monthly events, staff lectures and presentations focus on the fascinating features of raptor biology and ecology. Admission is free.
  • UC Davis Arboretum

    1 Shields Avenue Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 752 4880
    Thousands of school children come here to learn about the native plants on this unique 80-acre preserve. During day camps in July and August, children get an up-close-and-personal look at nature. Other year-round activities for children include guided tours through the redwoods and occasionally the staff offers stargazing sessions. The Arboretum is not just for children. The staff offers gardening and landscaping workshops for adults.
  • RiverWalk

    651 2nd Street Sacramento, CA 95605 United States - Phone: +1 916 617 4620
    RiverWalk is a natural oasis meandering along the western bank of the Sacramento River. The network of scenic trails begins in the shadow of the Tower Bridge across Third Street from Raley Field. The paved trail is lined with native plants as well as signs that colorfully describe them. The centerpiece of this urban jewel is the Grand Staircase just below the Money Store ziggurat; it doubles as a concert amphitheater highlighting entertainers from everywhere.
  • California State Capitol Museum

    10th Street & L Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 324 0333
    Operating continuously since the day the doors opened in 1869, California State Capitol Museum is where the State of California's legislature met. By the late 1970s, the building was declared seismically unsafe and had become an eyesore. The Legislature decided to stay in its traditional home and authorized a massive restoration. Today, from the intricate tile work on the front lobby floor to the lovingly etched filigreed detail in alcoves under the rotunda, the craftsmanship of a bygone era is evident. Docent guided tours are free.
  • California State Railroad Museum

    111 I Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 445 6645
    California State Railroad Museum is the largest train museum in the country. Dedicated to accuracy and detail, the California State Railroad Museum, located in historic Old Sacramento, recreates the golden days of American railroading circa 1849. Adults and kids alike can wander for hours among restored locomotives, cars, bridges and railroad equipment. Indoor and outdoor displays bring to life rail travel during the Gold Rush Era.
  • Antelope Greens Golf Course

    2721 Elverta Road Antelope, CA 95843 United States - Phone: +1 916 334 5764
    You can play 18 beautifully maintained and challenging holes in less than 3 hours. While Antelope Greens Golf Course measures only 3,100 yards from the back tees, it is no pushover. Playing to a par 58, the holes measure from 77-355 yards with just enough water, sand and trees to keep you sharp. Greens and fairways are the equal of any private course and plenty of food and drink is available in the clubhouse.
  • California Museum

    1020 O Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 653 7524
    The California Museum offers the history of the state in a dazzling array of high-tech, multimedia displays and exhibits. The museum makes the subject of history an entertaining treat for the entire family. It uses interactive displays (including holograms) to depict the "People, Place, Politics, and Promise of California" in its four main galleries. A highlight of the museum is the display of the original California Constitution.
  • Raley Field

    400 Ballpark Drive Sacramento, CA 95691 United States - Phone: +1 916 376 4700
    The seats in Raley Field offer a nice view of the Sacramento skyline. The park has more than 11,000 seats and is a popular venue for concerts, festivals and other events. It is also home to the Sacramento River Cats, a baseball team who holds the 2007 Pacific League Champions title. There are concession stands offering the usual ballpark fare, as well as Mexican cuisine, pizza, barbecue and grilled veggie sandwiches. Beverages include soft drinks and a variety of micro brews on tap.
  • Folsom Lake State Recreation Area

    7806 Folsom Auburn Road Folsom, CA 95630 United States - Phone: +1 916 988 0205
    Host to some four million visitors a year, Folsom Lake State Recreation Area offers 18,000 acres of water open to fishing, water-skiing and boating; plus plenty of land for hiking, horseback riding, camping and picnicking. Hike, bike or ride on more than 80 miles of trails, or fish for trout, catfish, bass, perch and kokanee with a valid California fishing license. Stables, beaches and marinas are also provided. The park has a small entry fee per car.
  • Folsom Powerhouse Museum

    823 Sutter Street Folsom, CA 95630 United States - Phone: +1 916 985 2707
    The old Folsom Powerhouse on the American River has changed little since its completion in 1869. Built by H.P. Livermore, the two-story Tennessee marble structure still has its original generators, transformers and switchboards. When the powerhouse was in operation, the transformers delivered from 800-11,000 volts of electricity 22 miles downstream to Sacramento. Today, visitors can view all of the old works including the canal system, which channeled water from the dam.
  • Folsom Prison Museum

    312 3rd Street Folsom, CA 95630 United States - Phone: +1 916 985 2561
    When country singer Johnny Cash sang "Folsom Prison Blues," America became familiar with this rough granite-walled state penitentiary. The prison was built in 1880 to handle the overload from San Quentin. Tours of the prison are not offered; however, the displays in the museum offer a realistic view of what life is like on the inside. Especially frightening is the display of weapons prisoners have made from everyday items. You can purchase crafts and other items made by prisoners. Admission is USD2 for persons age 12 and up.
  • Spirit Of Sacramento

    110 L Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 552 2933
    Take a cruise on this riverboat, Spirit Of Sacramento, and enjoy its saloon, dining room and open-air dance floor. The wide-windowed saloon provides a scenic view of a variety of river vistas. The "Captain's Cruises" are in the afternoon and are two-hour river jaunts which include brunch and champagne. The sightseeing tours are narrated excursions to the upper reaches of the Sacramento River Delta. Specialty evening cruises feature a DJ and dancing. Hours and charges vary according to the cruise package chosen.
  • Campus Commons Golf Course

    2 Cadillac Drive Sacramento, CA 95825 United States - Phone: +1 916 922 5861
    This scenic little 3,074-yard, nine-hole layout runs right along the American River near the J Street Bridge. Although owned and operated by Sacramento State University, Campus Commons Golf Course is open to the public. While there are some testing holes, this course is considered a good course for beginners or for a quick round after work. Wind can be a factor both for your golf shots and your skin.
  • Crest Theatre

    1013 K Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +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 theater memorabilia and artifacts on display in the lobby.
  • K Street Mall

    K Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 264 8992
    Starting at the fountains and grove of dwarf palms outside the Convention Center at 13th and K Streets, the mall extends six blocks west to the Downtown Plaza. Along the way there are two specialty movie theaters (Esquire IMAX and The Crest, a renovated repertory theater), diverse shops, bars, sidewalk cafes and restaurants. Through the years, artists have graced some of the old buildings with murals. A Regional Transit train periodically interrupts the life of the mall to pick up and drop off commuters and shoppers.
  • Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament

    1017 11th Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 444 3071
    Across K Street Mall from the Regional Transit (RT) Cathedral Square train stop, is an edifice sculpted in the classic architectural mode. Patisian cathedrals such as Notre Dame inspired its theme, as evidenced by its ascending niched pillars directing worshipers' eyes upward to twin, asymmetrical bell towers. At the front entrance, a mountainous flight of stairs ascends to tall wooden doors. The interior has various saintly sculptures carved in wood, and well-worn wooden pews. A large circular, stained-glass window, crafted in Italy, illuminates the central altar.
  • Cesar Chavez Park

    10th Street and and J Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 277 6060
    The native plant landscaping would make the park's namesake, the United Farm Worker union founder, proud: a green oasis amid the concrete jungle of downtown Sacramento. This small open space has tall old palm trees, flowers and grass and is a great place to relax during the day. Many times during the year, various musicians play on temporary stages set up on the small northern meadow.
  • Folsom Zoo

    50 Natoma Street Folsom, CA 95630 United States - Phone: +1 916 351 3527
    Since 1963, when a badly burned bear was taken in and cared for by the city government, the Folsom Zoo has grown by leaps and bounds. It now provides a home for animals that no one else wants. Wild animals include bobcats, cougars, bears, coyotes, raccoons, elk and a few exotics. Domestic animals include livestock such as sheep, goats, chickens and horses. The mission of the zoo, in addition to helping the animals, is educational. First Tuesday of every month is half off the admission.
  • California State University

    6000 J Street Sacramento, CA 95819 United States - Phone: +1 916 278 6011
    This leafy campus offers a variety of entertainment and sports for spectators, as well as diverse recreational opportunities. The annual Festival of the Arts (various venues campus-wide, including the University and Playwrights Theaters) attracts artists from around the world. Visual artists, as well as film animators, sculptors, dancers and classical and jazz musicians, present their work at the Festival. Running trails wind through the wooded campus on the southern bank of the American River.
  • B Street Theatre

    2711 B Street Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 443 5300
    B Street Theater has 140 seats and provides audiences with an intimate or in-your-face experience. Founded by brothers, Buck and Timothy Busfield, the theater is dedicated to premiering diverse new works. Buck is famous for his role in Field of Dreams, Sneakers, and, more recently, TVs The West Wing. Buck has written some of the plays and Timothy directs various in-house productions. Since the plays change frequently, it is best to call for the listing of plays and times.
  • River Otter Taxi Company

    1115 Front Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 446 7704
    From Old Sacramento to marinas, restaurants and shops along the Sacramento River, River Otter Taxi Company—the sturdy 24-seat boat makes the placid round trip in about an hour and a quarter. Some of the notable destinations along the way include Chevy's, Crawdads and Woody's. Sacramento River Cats (minor league baseball) fans travel on the river taxi from convenient parking in downtown Sacramento to Raley Field on the West Bank of the Sacramento River.
  • Sacramento State Aquatic Center

    1901 Hazel Avenue Gold River, CA 95670 United States - Phone: +1 916 278 2842
    If you want to learn a water sport from pros or just spend time enjoying a well-equipped urban recreation area, The Associated Students of CSUS have just the thing for you. The unruffled waters of the lake offer a perfect environment on which to learn the basics of canoeing, kayaking or waterskiing at Sacramento State Aquatic Center. If water sports are not for you, just spend an afternoon at the beach area, which boasts picnic tables and barbecue equipment. Canoes and kayaks can be rented for $8 an hour.
  • Curtis Park

    3349 West Curtis Drive Sacramento, CA 95818 United States - Phone: +1 916 808 5200
    A short walk east from its more renowned neighborhood William Land Park, this quiet piece of natural territory is a welcome respite from noise and crowds. Not much wider than a soccer field, this long park runs about 10 blocks in length and features facilities for such popular activities as tennis, baseball, basketball and volleyball. Local residents walk their dogs, jog or just relax on benches along unpaved paths. Although, there is only a chemical toilet hardy urban pioneers will appreciate the solitude.
  • Amtrak Rail Passenger Terminal

    401 I Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 800 872 7245
    A block north of Downtown Plaza and within walking distance of several hotels, this is an excellent location from which to begin a Sacramento visit. Within the expansive interior with chandeliers branching widely under the high ceilings and solid wooden benches lining marble floors, paintings depicting the building of the trans-continental railroad are pleasant to admire while waiting for a train. Sacramento was the western terminus of the heroically constructed first railroad to connect the east and west coasts, making this station truly historic.
  • Marco Dog Park

    1816 Sierra Gardens Drive Roseville, CA 95661 United States - Phone: +1 916 774 2854
    This park was named in honor of a Roseville police dog that was killed in the line of duty. Marco Dog Park is devoted to the idea that our furry four-legged friends need a wide-open space in which to run. The Roseville Dog Owners Group sponsor this park. They provide the all-important “pick-up bags” in an effort to keep the place relatively unfertilized. They recommend that dog owners not bring food, as that can attract hordes of canine beggars.
  • Beals Point

    7806 Folsom Auburn Road Folsom, CA 95630 United States - Phone: +1 800 444 7275
    A mere half-hour drive east of downtown Sacramento, this natural oasis is a great place to get away from all the hustle and bustle. The kids can go swimming in the warm waters of Folsom Lake under the watchful eyes of lifeguards, while you can relax in the sun on one of the three beaches. The picnic areas have barbecue pits, covered tables and plenty of nearby restrooms. If you forgot to bring your picnic lunch, there is a snack bar offering a variety food items and drinks.
  • Sacramento Public Library

    828 I Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 264 2920
    A block from City Hall and Cesar Chavez Park, this building was renovated in 1992. This five story tall space complete with “Prismatic Coronas” a series of glass sculptures suspended from the ceiling and balconies is the centerpiece of a series of meeting spaces. The Sacramento Public Library also houses a vast fiction collection, non-fiction, magazines and a comprehensive Business Reference department. There is free Internet access at computers scattered throughout the four story main building.
  • Golfland Sunsplash

    1893 Taylor Road Roseville, CA 95661 United States - Phone: +1 916 784 1273
    This fun place has two 18-hole miniature golf courses, a 5,000-square-foot laser tag arena, more than 200 arcade games and a water park. The water-park has an adventure island, a wave pool, a lazy river and eight slide towers. The park does not permit outside food or drinks. It does have a pizza kitchen and snack bars serving a variety of foods and drinks.
  • Scandia Family Fun Center

    5070 Hillsdale Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95842 United States - Phone: +1 916 331 5757
    Fun is what this attraction has to offer, with a variety of activities for all ages. You can play miniature golf on one or both of the Scandinavian-themed 18-hole golf courses. If you enjoy batting or want to practice your swing, this is the place for you. You can also test your skills behind the wheel of an Indy car or bumper boats.
  • Lodi Lake Park

    1101 West Turner Road Lodi, CA 95242 United States - Phone: +1 209 333 6742(Tourist Information)
    Lodi Lake Park is a beautiful jewel of nature that combines the versatility of a park with the placidity of a lake. Visitors come here from near and far to explore the tranquil surroundings which houses a multitude of rare species and animals. Walk to the edge of the park and you will be able to glimpse the calm beauty cocooning the surroundings. The park doubles up as an event venue as well. So you will be able to witness a whole range of local, community and even cultural events taking place here from time to time. The lake, perched on the edge of the park dazzles locals and tourists alike. Go boating, swimming, kayaking or take a well-informed tour with one of the guides at your disposal. Contact the park for more details on current and upcoming events.
  • Sacramento Convention Center

    1400 J Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 808 5291
    Come catch various events at the Sacramento Convention Center, and let this attractive city enthrall you on your visit. The center has 134,000 square feet of flexible exhibit area, a ball room, a registration area, a garden terrace, a Memorial Center and a Theatre Center. Check out the various shows and performances or hold your own conventions, meetings and exhibitions here. Visit the center for award-winning catering services and sample some of the most fresh and contemporary cuisine. Book today!
  • Miller Park

    2790 Ramp Way Sacramento, CA 95818 United States - Phone: +1 916 808 5200 (City Park Council)
    Want to take your family out on a lazy Sunday afternoon? Want to enjoy the lulling sound of the sea as verdant, green sights calm your senses? Head to Miller Park for a relaxing day out with family and friends. Take a leisurely stroll down one of its avenues, throw a bunch of goodies in a basket as you spread your picnic under the sun, go boating or simply take in the majesty of the tranquil surroundings that delight your soul. A wide range of local, community, social and cultural events are also held at this venue. Miller Park, with its charming location by the sea, attracts one and all to sample and savor its riveting beauty. Contact the Department of Parks and Recreation, Sacramento for more details on current and upcoming events.
  • Folsom City Lions Park

    403 Stafford Street Folsom, CA 95630 United States - Phone: +1 916 355 7285 (City Park Council)
    Make Folsom City Lions Park your Sunday haunt if you like to enjoy a nice game of baseball with friends and family. Take your loved ones to this scenic park and see their faces light up with joy! Host an intimate picnic for your loved ones or simply lounge around the park or grill a steak as you have some unadulterated fun at this park. Don't miss the lively Folsom Renaissance Faire while in the city. Call the Department of Parks and Recreation for more details.
  • Bucks for Ducks

    203 East 14th Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 757 3780
    The Yolo Basin Foundation is dedicated to the appreciation of wetlands and wildlife through education and innovative methods. Bucks for Ducks is an annual fund raiser event organized by this foundation. It features wildlife art exhibits, field trips and workshops, and the ever-popular ducklings! All the proceeds go to the Foundation for Conservation and other education programs.
  • Community Park

    1405 F Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 757 5626
    Situated between F Street and Oak Avenue, the Community Park sits pretty. It has a community pool, a tennis court, two play areas, a public skate park and a dog park. The 28 acres of lush greenery and fun is open during the day. The skating park, which has a concrete ramp, is open for skateboarding. It also features many soccer fields and softball backstops.
  • Explorit Science Center

    2801 2nd Street Davis, CA 95618 United States - Phone: +1 530 756 0191
    If it's science that interests you, walk right into the Explorit Science Center. This non-profit organization is for kids, teachers, adults, families, students and teens. The Center holds programs, lectures, field trips, assemblies, nature labs and safaris for schools. It also arranges vacation classes for students and for all those who would like to know more about the world they live in. Come and enjoy the experience! Check the website for more details.
  • Yolo Basin Foundation

    45211 County Road 32B, Chiles Road Davis, CA 95618 United States - Phone: +1 530 758 1018
    Yolo Basin Foundation was established in 1990 to conserve the Yolo Wildlife Area. It focuses on environmental education and restoration of the Yolo Bypass Region, in cooperation with the California Department of Fish & Game. The organization introduces people to wildlife, and teaches them to live harmoniously alongside; it is also a sponsor for non-profit events, such as California Duck Days. Check out the website for more details.
  • Thunder Valley Casino

    1200 Athens Avenue Lincoln, CA 95648 United States - Phone: +1 916 408 7777
    Thunder Valley Casino brings a little Vegas to the outer-Sacramento landscape. A relatively recent addition to the area, it hosts over 2700 slot machines and almost 100 gaming tables for gambling enthusiasts to enjoy. For patrons who are less-inclined to gamble (or just need a break from playing), the casino offers an array of dining and drinking options, including a buffet, a few sit-down restaurants, a food court with a variety of fast-food options and two bars.
  • Cal Expo

    1600 Exposition Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95815 United States - Phone: +1 916 263 3000
    Located in the Arden area of Sacramento, Cal Expo hosts a variety of concerts and expo shows, a sports wagering center, and the California State Fair. Its venues (18 at the present) are also available for private party rentals. Cal Expo is also home to Raging Waters, a popular water park open during the spring/summer. Check the website for information about upcoming events at Cal Expo.
  • Raging Waters

    1600 Exposition Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95815 United States - Phone: +1 916 924 3747
    With summer temperatures reaching 100 degrees Fahrenheit, Sacramento locals flock to Raging Waters for relief from the heat. Featuring slides of dizzying heights, an 800-foot river that lazily snakes through the park and a man-made beach replete with simulated waves, this water park has attractions for the whole family. It is located within Cal Expo and offers season passes. Check the website for dates and hours as they vary greatly from day to day.
  • California State Capitol Building

    10th Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 324 0333
    Surrounded by a lush green park, the Capitol Building in downtown Sacramento is an impressive display of neoclassical architecture. It serves as the political center of California, a symbol of the discourse and laws that shape the state and its inhabitants. Exhibits within the building's museum offer a thorough narrative of California history. It is a popular site among tourists, and it is not uncommon to witness wedding parties posing for pictures or locals enjoying picnics in the grassy areas around the building. Admission to the Capitol Building and its museum is free. Do call for information about tours, exhibits, and upcoming events at the Capitol.
  • Cosumnes River College

    8401 Center Parkway Sacramento, CA 95823 United States - Phone: +1 916 691 7344
    An educational institution should promote an individual's complete growth and that's what Cosumnes River College believes and does. The college offers a wide range of courses, from humanities and social sciences to science and technology. Students have a vast choice of subjects to choose from. Facilities and aid of any kind are available for the students. While honing their mental abilities, the college also takes care that the students involve in physical fitness with large areas for sports.
  • Granite Bay At Folsom Lake

    Highway 50 Sacramento, CA 95746 United States - Phone: +1 916 653 6995
    A part of the Folsom Lake Recreation Area, the Granite Bay is a safe waterfront for day outings. Lifeguard services on the well-maintained sandy beach are available making swimming safe. Barbecue pits, shady and grassy areas make it a picnic spot with many activities like swimming, boating, fishing and beach games. A mobile snack bar too is available at the bay.
  • Luther Burbank High

    3500 Florin Road Sacramento, CA 95823 United States - Phone: +1 916 433 5100
    This educational institution aims at providing education to each and every student, regardless of the caste, creed or race. Turning each budding youngster into an able and responsible adult of tomorrow is a mission strictly followed at Luther Burbank High. Hence, apart from curricular activities, sports, developing basic skills and vocational abilities is given equal importance.
  • Henningsen Lotus Park

    950 Lotus Road Lotus, CA 95651 United States - Phone: +1 213 485 1310
    This park sits to the south of the river, making it a good spot for fishing. You can even dock up with your boat on the shore. There is a softball field as well as two soccer fields, plenty of room for planning large events and, of course, surrounding beauty that makes a day out more than enjoyable.
  • Nevada County Fairgrounds

    11228 McCourtney Road Grass Valley, CA 95945 United States - Phone: +1 530 273 6217
    Sitting to the southwest of the town of Grass Valley is the space for the annual county fair.
  • Westwood Park

    8100 Butternut Drive Citrus Heights, CA 95621 United States
  • Nimbus Flat State Park

    1901 Hazel Avenue Gold River , CA 95742 United States
  • Overlook

    855 Pacific Avenue Auburn, CA 95603 United States - Phone: +1 530 885 8461
  • Recreation Park

    123 Recreation Drive Auburn, CA 95603 United States - Phone: +1 530 885 8461
  • Civic Center Park Field

    23 Russell Boulevard Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 757 5626(City Park Council)
  • Bear Flag School Park

    6620 Gloria Drive Sacramento, CA 95831-1655 United States - Phone: +1 916 433 5423
  • Lagoon Valley Park

    Pena Adobe Road Sacramento, CA 95688 United States - Phone: +1 707 449 5658
  • Hornblower Sacramento Historic River Cruise

    1206 Front Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 788 7020
    Spend the afternoon on a one-hour narrated cruise. Learn about the legendary past of California's capital city, from the first days of the Gold Rush to the booming metropolis that is here today.
  • Vino Piazza

    12470 Locke Road Lockeford, CA 95237 United States - Phone: +1 209 727 9770
    Vino Piazza (literally translated as wine plaza) is a local winery. More than a winery, it is a cluster of wineries housed in the same building. Wine tasting rooms, individual courtyards and different wine houses here attract tourists from all over. The main wineries include Stama Winery, The Coliseum, Boitano Family Wines, Pasos Vineyards and Watts Family. While touring this place, one can see that certain elements from the older distillery like the huge barrels are still retained, giving you the feel of an ancient winery. At Vino Piazza, you can sample different varieties of wine at reasonable tasting fees. Visitors can also check out the various aspects of wine-making and buy fine wines at discounted rates. So go ahead and savor first-class wines!
  • Bogle Vineyards

    37783 County Road 144 Clarksburg, CA 95612 United States - Phone: + 1 916 744-1139
    Bogle Vineyards has recently come to national attention as one of Sacramento's most promising wine maker. Known for their budget wine selections, Bogle is particularly celebrate for keeping their wines affordable without ever sacrificing their tremendous quality. The winery is located on a beautiful section of the Sacramento River--plan to spend some time picnicking and tasting their wines. 
  • Scribner Bend Vineyards

    9051 River Road Sacramento, CA 95832 United States - Phone: +1 916 744 1803
    Scribner Bend Vineyards is a family owned winery in the Sacramento Delta. Their award winning wines are made from grapes grown in the Clarksburg AVA.  They produce Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Fiano, Merlot, Syrah, Tempranillo, Port and Cab Franc. The winery is open for wine tasting Fridays through Sundays from 11a-4:30p.  The property is nestled among Chardonnay grapes and is the ideal setting for weddings, wine tasting, special events, meeting space, company events, birthdays, anniversaries and picnics.
  • Royer Park

    190 Park Drive Roseville, CA 95678 United States - Phone: +1 916 774 5990
    Within a short walk from the Roseville Amtrak station, Royer Park is a family park which offers something for everyone. The park comprises walking and jogging tracks, a baseball field, tennis courts, a basketball court and a large picnic area. And that's not all, as the park also hosts concerts and other cultural events during summers. Built in 1938, this green spot is a perfect place for leisurely and recreational activities.
  • Rodeo Park

    200 Stafford Street Folsom, CA 95630 United States - Phone: +1 916 355 7285 / +1 916 984 2850
    With over 50 parks in the city, Rodeo Park is a great place to experience Folsom’s outdoor landscape. Unwind at a picnic spot and take in the scenic views of the lake and surrounding greenery. Sports enthusiasts can work up a sweat at their baseball diamonds and soccer courts. It also houses the Dan Russell Rodeo Arena which plays host to myriad events throughout the year.
  • Corn Maze

    6585 Milk Farm Road Dixon, CA 95620 United States - Phone: +1 530 304 0163
    Officially the world's largest corn maze, Dixon's Corn Maze covers more than 40 acres (16 hectares) of land. The maze is also known for its penchant for getting its visitors to lose their way, within minutes of entering it. The intricate passage-ways are an exciting feature of this maze, and finding one's way through them is quite a challenging yet fun-filled activity. Corn Maze is a part of Cool Patch Pumpkins, a recreational destination that also features a scarecrow exhibit as well as several varieties of pumpkins on display. If you're up to the challenge, come and pay Corn Maze a visit!
  • Preston Castle

    999 Palm Drive Ione, ca 95640 United States
    The Preston Castle or the the Preston School of Industry, is a former reform school in Ione, California. Built in 1890 by Schieltez and Henery, the building is an excellent example of Romanesque Revival style architecture. The red stone building features minarets and turrets along with gable roofs. Supposedly haunted, this structure was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975 and is also a California Historical Landmark.
  • Kennedy Mine

    12594 Kennedy Mine Road Jackson, CA 95642 United States - Phone: +1 209 223 9542
    The Kennedy Mine is a monumental gold mine that is declared as the California Historical Landmark along with the Argonaut Mine. The Kennedy Mine Foundation protects and preserves the historic Kennedy Mine and also gives an insight to the visitors about gold mining. You can also avail the surface tours that take you through the offices and other structures of the mine. Check website for details.
  • Bok Kai Temple

    First Street Marysville, CA 95901 United States - Phone: +1 415 608 1222 / +1 916 715 7719
    A traditional Chinese Temple in the city of Marysville, California, it was built in the year 1854, five years after the first contingent of Chinese immigrants arrived in California to work the goldmines during the California Gold Rush. The Temple houses Bok Kai, the God of water, having said to have control over the rains. The original temple was destroyed by fire and was replaced in the year 1880. The temple is the only one in the nation housing this God. It hosts an annual festival and parade in spring. It is open for visits at other times, but needs prior arrangements. Check website for more information.
  • Knight's Foundry and Shops

    81 Eureka Street Sutter Creek, CA 95685 United States - Phone: +1 209 267 5967
    The Knight's Foundry and Shops is a cast iron foundry and machine shop in Sutter Creek, California and is registered with a number of associations as an important landmark. It is a California Historical Landmark, it is also listed in the National Register of Historic Places, Mechanical Engineering Historic Site by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and is also one of America's Most Endangered Places by the Smithsonian Institution. It is also one of the earliest water powered foundry machine shops which provided momentum to California's gold rush. The foundry is still functional.
  • Eastern Star Hall

    2719 K Street Sacramento, CA 95811 United States
    The distinguished Eastern Star Hall is primly sited in Sacramento in California and stands as one of the most eminent sites in the region. It was constructed in 1928 and founded as a meeting hall for a Masonic women's organization known as the Order of the Eastern Star. It is highly regarded for its aesthetic Romanesque architectural style and was added to the prestigious National Register of Historic Places in the year 1993.
  • Fountain & Tallman Museum

    524 Main Street Placerville, CA 95667 United States - Phone: +1 530 626 0773
    Formerly a typical soda factory, The Fountain-Tallman Soda Works was transformed into the Fountain & Tallman Museum. The site is currently managed and maintained by the El Dorado County Historical Society. Owing to the specific requirement of the soda factory, the construction material and designing style used were to keep the ice and soda chilled. Hence, this building was able to withstand fires that engulfed its neighboring structures. At the museum, you can check-out the few remnants of the factory as well as exhibits pertaining to Placerville.
  • J. Neely Johnson House

    1029 F Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States
    The J. Neely Johnson House is a beautiful home that exemplifies Greek Revival and Neoclassical styles. This house dates back to the 1850s era, and is now available for vacation rentals. Included in the National Register of Historic Places, it makes for a comfortable and pleasant stay.
  • Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park

    310 Back Street Coloma, CA 95613 United States - Phone: + 530 622 3470
    Coloma town forms most of the Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park. The park has a monument that pays tribute to James Wilson Marshall who is credited with unearthing gold in California. Artifacts in the Gold Discovery Museum and the buildings in the park are remnants from the times of the Gold Rush.
  • Lodi Arch

    East Pine Street Lodi, CA 95240 United States - Phone: +1 209 333 6702
    Popularly known as the Mission Arch, the Lodi Arch is said to be an extinct examples of the remains of the Spanish Revival. This beautifully designed arch was a stunning entrance to the grounds of the Tokay Carnival, the first ever Lodi Grape Festival. consisting of a height of 40 feet, this arch is significantly an important structure in Lodi.

  • Westminster Presbyterian Church

    1300 North Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 8939
    The Westminster Presbyterian Church is a historical Presbyterian church site. The magnificently constructed church building dates back to 1927, and it finely traces the Mission-Spanish Colonial Revival styles of architecture. Owing to the immense monumental value of the church, it featured in the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Rusch Botanical Gardens

    7801 Auburn Boulevard Citrus Heights, CA 95610 United States
    The region of Citrus Heights in the U.S. State of California is swanked by a marvelous botanical garden site in the form of the Rusch Botanical Gardens. The gardens were originally laid in 1916. The collections in the garden are distinctive, and more so due to the seven seven biomes of California that feature the herb, rose, citrus along with African plants. Spread over a land area of 2 acres (8,000 square meters), the gardens are visually enticing and a magnificent sightseeing avenue for all ages. 
  • Sutter's Mill

    Coloma Road Sacramento, CA 95613 United States - Phone: +1 530 622 3470
    Owned by 19th Century expert John Sutter, Sutter's Mill is a famous sawmill. Discovering gold in the area in 1948, the area transformed into a bustling spot by the travellers who wanted to try their hand at gold. The mill then got a replica of the original architecture. It is also a name sake for the song by singer-songwriter Dan Fogelberg as well as for Herb Suter's blog.
  • Capitol Park

    10th & L Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 324 0333
    Surrounding the California State Capitol Museum, Capitol Park is a quite retreat away from the city. Featuring lush landscaping and trees from around the world and various memorials, this park is great to an afternoon history lesson or a moment in the sunshine. The Civil War Memorial Grove was planted in 1897 with saplings from famous battlegrounds and honors those who served. Also located within the park is the life size statue of Father Junipero Serra and the California Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
  • Leland Stanford Mansion State Historic Park

    800 N Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 324 0575
    This stunning Victorian mansion was originally built in 1856. This architecturally stunning home was the residence of California Governor, Leland Stanford. Featuring 19 foot tall ceilings, 19th Century bronze and crystal light fixtures, historic paintings, gilded mirrors and original furniture from the Stanford family, this mansion is a true gem to behold. After a 22 million dollar renovation that took 14 years, this former governors residence now serves as a museum and reception center for visiting world leaders and politicians. Tours are offered throughout the week.
  • Frasinetti's Winery & Restaurant

    7395 Frasinetti Road Sacramento, CA 95828 United States - Phone: +1 916 383 2444
    Founded more than 100 years ago, this combination restaurant and winery is the oldest family-owned wine producer in Sacramento. The Frasinetti's features Redwood walls, burgundy tablecloths, candlelight and huge wooden vats. The cozy bar features a beautiful rock fireplace and French doors leading to the deck and gardens. Capellini Pomodoro (pasta in tomato, basil, mushroom sauce with Mozzarella cheese), and Risotto Encrusted Salmon (topped with mushroom risotto) are among entree choices. Free wine tasting is available in the gift shop or tasting room.
  • Mishka's Cafe

    514 2nd Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 759 0811
    The coffee is always fresh here at Mishka's Cafe, thanks to the ancient gigantic coffee grinder/roaster sitting amidst the tables in this busy cafe. There is an eclectic mix of sandwiches and salads as well as calzones, wraps, ice cream, smoothies and Italian sodas among other delicacies. In addition to the aroma of coffee the atmosphere is culturally spiced up with local musicians playing favorite numbers.
  • Little Prague Bohemian Restaurant

    330 G Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 756 1107
    Surrounding Little Prague in the low-slung bungalow building is a flagstoned patio with open fireplaces and tables with umbrellas. The main dining room is festooned with glass-fronted cabinets that house all sorts of whimsical Czech knick-knacks. The Czech decor and furnishings are not a coincidence, as the proprietors hail from that land. The menu is liberally laced with memorable features of Czech heritage. All pastries and bread are homemade in the onsite bakery. Eating here is a culinary journey not to be missed.
  • Redrum Burger

    978 Olive Drive Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 756 2142
    Formerly called Murder Burger, Redrum patrons consider this burger joint to be the best in town. Impressive is "The Annihilator," weighing in with one pound of prime cut meat, all the fixings, and a huge side order of fries. You can choose from a variety of fixings, from barbeque sauce to jalapeno peppers and pesto. Other burgers include the Veggie, Pattymelt and the Turkey burger. For those wishing to broaden their culinary experience, an Ostrich burger is offered. Pastrami, fish and real chicken sandwiches are also popular. The menu offers a large variety of potato and veggie side dishes.
  • Kathmandu Kitchen

    234 G Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 756 3507
    The decor is well lit and pleasant here, featuring off-white floor tiles that extend up the sides of the raised booths. The menu at Kathmandu Kitchen is quite extensive. Expect to spend a long time lingering over successive courses offered for many meals. Appetizers include the house specialty, Jingha Til-Tinka (deep-fried prawns coated with sesame seeds). Seafood courses also include many types of prawns. Vegetarians will find an extensive choice of dishes. A main course of lamb can be served in many ways, including the traditional lamb curry, or tandoori-style.
  • Firehouse Restaurant

    1112 Second Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 4772
    Firehouse Restaurant is truly an elegant dining experience. The building is a restored 1850s fire station. Inside, it is a mansion with vaulted ceilings, wood paneling, a fireplace and fresh flowers on every table. Outside, a tree-covered courtyard offers a more-casual dining experience. The menu features a wide variety of steak, seafood and pasta dishes. Reservations are recommended. Save room for the restaurant's mouth-watering desserts, such as the Madagascar vanilla bean crème brûlée.
  • Pancake Circus

    2101 Broadway Sacramento, CA 95818 United States - Phone: +1 916 452 3322
    If breakfast is your favorite meal, Pancake Circus is the place for you! Generous servings of traditional American breakfasts and side dishes along with hot coffee are served in a comfortable, casual family atmosphere. Sit at the diner style booths or choose counter service. Lotto tickets and friendly conversation can be found at every table. The breakfast special comes with two eggs as you like them, hash browns, bacon, ham, sausage or beef patty, plus toast or four pancakes. Breakfast is served all day.
  • Rusty Duck Restaurant & Saloon

    500 Bercut Drive Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 441 1191
    Rusty Duck Restaurant & Saloon specializes in seafood and steaks served in a warm, homey atmosphere that will appeal to the entire family. The building is a restored fishing lodge on the American River. Paintings of hunting and fishing scenes adorn the walls, and a rock fireplace adds to the rustic ambiance. All house specialties listed are of the seafood variety, but the menu also boasts an assortment of beef, ribs, and poultry dishes. Beer, mixed drinks and a variety of Pacific Coast wines are available.
  • Delta Of Venus

    122 B Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 753 8639
    The breakfast at Delta Of Venus features homemade granola, three-egg omelets and organic tofu scrambles. The service is casual but effective. Taking your order at the wooden counter inside, the cashier doubles as a waiter and brings the quickly executed dish to your table. The menu also features coffee drinks, fresh salads, homemade soups and a variety of sandwiches for lunch. You'll find a table in one of the three dining rooms indoors or on the patio.
  • Silver Dragon Restaurant

    335 F Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 758 1318
    Take a window side seat at the Silver Dragon, with a view of the tree lined street outside. The lunch menu is as good as the view. With Kung Pao, Curry, Cashew and Hot Garlic Chicken, to name a few, as well as chicken soup; and the Silver Wrapped Chicken a specialty appetizer. Beef and shrimp are presented in almost as diverse an array of dishes. The obligatory Foo Young, Mu Shu, Chow Mein and Chow Fun are served in a variety of dishes as well.
  • Caffé Italia

    1121 Richards Boulevard Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 758 7200
    The booths in Caffé Italia are enclosed within trellises and wooden walls, which add to the peace and quiet as you dine. There are no fewer than 19 kinds of three-egg omelets, including the famous "Kitchen Sink" omelet, which depends on the chef's mood. The chefs are always innovating when it comes to main Italian courses. The Italian mainstays are well represented as well, from the lighter Pasta Pomodoro to Lasagne Classic.
  • Pilothouse Restaurant At The Delta King Hotel

    1000 Front Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 441 4440
    Pilothouse Restaurant At The Delta King Hotel located on the restored Delta King paddle wheel riverboat. The view of the Sacramento River is scenic and the dining is elegant. The interior has polished hardwood and brass, seafaring art and memorabilia. Seafood, steaks, chicken and pasta dishes are staples of the menu—start your meal with a fancy Caesar salad prepared at your table. Mixed drinks, beer and wine are available.
  • Cindy's Restaurant

    4823 Chiles Road Davis, CA 95618 United States - Phone: +1 530 756 9894
    Cindy's Restaurant serves tasty All-American food from hamburgers to apple pie and breakfast all day. The decor is simple with booths and formica counter tops. Since this dining spot is a truck stop, you will see truckers and a variety of regulars including college professors, office workers and commuters from Sacramento to the Bay Area. All the sauces, dressings and sandwich spreads are fresh and made daily. The service is always attentive and friendly and the food is delicious.
  • 33rd Street Bistro

    3301 Folsom Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 455 2233
    33rd Street Bistro is an upscale eatery which is usually packed with locals. The trendy diner decor and menu created by Chef Fred Haines have turned brunch into an especially popular event. The spinach salad with citrus shallot dressing comes highly recommended. Try the roast chicken sandwich on focaccia bread for a quick lunch. For dessert, the Bistro's chocolate martini offers a unique alternative to ice cream. Fruit-packed berry pancakes highlight the daily breakfast menu.
  • Gunther's Quality Ice Cream

    2801 Franklin Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95818 United States - Phone: +1 916 457 6646
    Gunther's Quality Ice Cream is a small diner and ice cream parlor. Its menu features sandwiches, soups and its namesake ice cream. Most of the ice cream is homemade and scooped generously into cones or piled high into sundae dishes. The popular flavors include Bing cherry and chocolate mint. Specialty items include mud pie on a stick cheesecake dipped in chocolate, and chocolate-dipped banana slices. You can eat inside at one of the four booths or sit at a table outside on the sidewalk.
  • River City Brewing Company

    545 Downtown Plaza Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 447 2739
    This dining spot called River City Brewing Company keeps diners cool with its high ceilings, and its earth-tone decor is relaxing. Through the front door, a host waits to seat you at one of the dining tables. The menu ranges from pizza—which the chefs deftly toss in the open kitchen in the rear, to steaks, chicken and other entrees. Along one wall is a full bar, which is a pleasant place to try one of the house special microbrews while waiting for a table.
  • Morton's The Steakhouse

    521 L Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 5091
    If you want to really impress a guest who likes plenty of red meat served in a clubby environment at wallet-busting prices, take them to Morton's. This elegant downtown spot features a wide variety of excellent meat dishes like filet mignon (with Bearnaise sauce and potatoes Lyonnaise with caramelized onions), or just a good old steak. A full service bar offers a variety of beverages including the special house Martini.
  • Thai Recipes

    132 E Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 759 2099
    All stir-fried and pan-fried dishes are cooked in canola oil and MSG is not used in the preparation of menu items. The Pad Thai Noodles are made with chicken, sprouts, prawns, tofu, egg, chives and peanuts. All dishes on the menu retain their traditional Thai names; however, the menu does have English subtitles. At this dining spot, you can request that the temperature (in terms of spiciness) be adjusted according to your taste; for example, from mild to very hot.
  • Cafe Bernardo

    2726 Capitol Avenue Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 443 1180
    Fast, friendly service and a varied and tasty menu make Cafe Bernardo an increasingly popular spot. For a quick meal, the Salmon BLT (bacon, lettuce and tomato) sandwich with a crisp, cold salad on the side is hard to beat. Of course, the Rosemary Pasta with Seared Chicken and Toasted Pine Nuts might sway you. Be sure to get the lemon-olive dressing for your salad. For a hearty start to the day, try good old reliable eggs and bacon, or branch out a little with a breakfast burrito.
  • Andy Nguyen II

    10145 Folsom Boulevard Rancho Cordova, CA 95670 United States - Phone: +1 916 362 2270
    The exterior of Andy Nguyen II does not portray the great taste of the food served. Inside, find the flavorful and authentic Vietnamese food, which has established Andy's as one of the best known and popular dining spots in Sacramento. Popular entrees include shrimp & beef over hot iron plates and five spice chicken, which feature Andy's signature good taste. All dishes can be made vegetarian. Beer and wine are also available. The first Andy Nguyen restaurant, located on Broadway near downtown Sacramento, now features an exclusively-vegetarian menu.
  • Raja Indian Cuisine

    207 3rd Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 753 9664
    The dining room at Raja Indian Cuisine is pleasant and cool, with creamy plaster walls and earth tones throughout. The menu features include a variety of "shubh shuruat" (exotic appetizers), "shorbus" (dal or muilugatawny soups), and tandoori breads like "chapati", "nan," or "paratha.” The earthy smells of curry waft from the kitchen (not too pungently) as you wait for entrees including seafood, lamb, vegetarian, rice specialties or a curry incorporating these ingredients. The 14-course lunch special buffet is reasonably priced.
  • Romano's Macaroni Grill

    2010 Douglas Boulevard Roseville, CA 95661 United States - Phone: +1 916 773 6399
    Reservations are not accepted at Romano's Macaroni Grill—however, when you sign up for a table you will be given a pager so you can wander around the nearby mall. Once you are finally seated in the huge stone-walled dining room your patience will be rewarded by great Italian food and service. The warm focaccia with oils for dipping hits your table right away. Authentic Italian entrees in generous portions are served in a warm and friendly atmosphere that can be made even friendlier with a bottle of red wine.
  • Tapa The World

    2115 J Street Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 4353
    Tapas are the Spanish equivalent of appetizers, and the tasty treats that bring a capacity crowd to Tapa The World. The decor, atmosphere, traditional Spanish cuisine and homemade Sangria transport you to Old World Spain. The Empanadas (meat pies) or Patatas Bravas (spicy potato cubes dipped in a delicious tomato sauce) are just an example of the many tapas on the menu. For a main dish, try the delightfully presented paella or one of tapas seafood dishes.
  • Streets Of London Pub

    1804 J Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 498 1388
    If you are missing your friendly local pub, a visit to Streets Of London Pub will take you there faster than a trip on the Concorde. Go for the beers, selected from 17 brands like Grolsch and John Courage, but stay for the fish and chips, bangers (sausages) and mash, or other tasty examples of British cuisine. A few vegetarian dishes are also available along with a wide selection of wines. Snacks are served from opening to final call. The place is warm and bright and the crowd polite and friendly.
  • Rio City Cafe

    1110 Front Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 8226
    Sunsets are especially picturesque from the outdoor patio at Rio City Cafe. The interior features creamy plaster trimmed with blond wood, a long bar, white tablecloths and tall windows. In harmony with the natural beauty of the restaurant and its location, the menu features seafood entrees such as Roasted Salmon and Dungeness crab cakes as an appetizer. The beef lover will want to try the New York Steak or Prime Rib. The wine list is extensive and you can purchase wine by the glass or bottle.
  • The La Bohème Continental Restaurant

    9634 Fair Oaks Boulevard Fair Oaks, CA 95628 United States - Phone: +1 916 965 1071
    The La Bohème Continental Restaurant is perhaps the most romantic dining in Sacramento. Inside, the lights are dim, the music soft and conservative. Once seated in the elegant European decor dining area, you will be served by professional and friendly staff. The food is exotic and delicious. Chef Daniel Alezeau prepares a menu varied from wild game specialties like moose and elk, to classic dishes like Escargot Bourguignonne, Steak Diane and Crepes Suzette. In both preparation and presentation, Alezeau and his staff excels. Beer and wines from an impressive list are available.
  • Ciocolat

    301 B Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 753 3088
    As pastry chef at San Francisco's Ritz-Carlton Hotel, proprietor May Lou Hedriana loved her work but could not deny the urge to experiment and explore. Now at the "dessert cafe" she indulges these urges and you can taste the results. From truffles to passion-fruit mousse cake she has created, a dessert menu designed to tickle your sweet tooth. Ciocolat has a full line of breakfast pastries. Chocolate is Hedriana's true passion, and you will find its rich taste in a variety of items on the menu.
  • Ludy's Main Street BBQ

    667 Main Street Woodland, CA 95695 United States - Phone: +1 530 666 4400
    This place is a meat lover's paradise. The dining room has a western feel with shiny watering troughs, refurbished "hog scalding" kettles and cowboy equipment such as ropes. Although the decor is interesting the focus is on food. If it is cooked on a barbecue, it is on the menu. Barbecue chicken, pork ribs, beef ribs, baby back ribs and house beans are the specialty. The barbecue sauce is a carefully guarded secret. Outside to the rear is an interesting patio dining area complete with a wooden bridge.
  • Capitol Garage Coffee Company

    1500 K Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +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.
  • Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op

    1900 Alhambra Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 736 2667
    You will find only fresh, healthy produce and meats combined in a wide array of dishes at this popular downtown restaurant-deli-grocery. Delightful deli soups and salads, black bean chili, pasta dishes and a all-you-can-eat vegetarian buffet highlights the daily menu. Try the polenta torta (three layers of cornbread, tomato and basil) or the vegetable calzones. The sandwiches are large and made to order. For dessert, try the natural oatmeal or peanut butter cookies. In addition, this shop has a selection of organic produce, vitamins, herbs, seafood, and poultry.
  • New Roma Bakery

    1800 E Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 443 2346
    Lots of folks just like to walk or drive by this bakery for the alluring fragrance, but few can resist the temptation to go in and sample. Fresh-baked breads, cookies, donuts, cakes and pastries are sure to tempt. Sandwiches and pizzas are also offered in this famed midtown bakery and deli that opened in 1934. The shop is also famed for its wedding cakes and will be happy to help you design the perfect treat.
  • Dawson's

    1209 L Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 321 3600
    This bistro features a Martini bar. The setting is very dark, with lots of wood and brass creating an Old World atmosphere. The menu presents a nice selection of bistro sandwiches and the salads are pure California cuisine. Try the grilled swordfish with cranberries and sugar pecans, or the massive Cobb salad that is a meal in itself. The macaroni and cheese made with cheddar and goat cheese, roasted tomato and onions is also very popular. The piano player contributes to the atmosphere with soothing background tunes.
  • Vines Cafe

    1209 L Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 321 3610
    One of several dining options in the Hyatt Regency (across L Street from the State Capitol); this restaurant provides a dining experience unique in Sacramento. The breakfasts are traditional eggs and bacon type of fare. For lunch, the all-you-can-eat salad and soup bar is probably the best deal, and includes such exotic ingredients, such as sun-dried tomatoes and marinated mushrooms. The dinner menu features steaks, pasta dishes as well as soups and salads.
  • Fox & Goose Public House

    1001 R Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 443 8825
    Founded in 1975—Fox & Goose Public House, is a pub and eatery with white brick walls, high ceilings and convivial atmosphere. Even early in the morning many customers wait for a table. The creative omelets are especially memorable, stuffed with just about any vegetable, cheese or meat you can imagine. The lunch and dinner menus feature such English treats as kippers, and fish and chips. During the evenings, the bar features alternative rock and English folk groups. More than 15 ales and micro brews are available.
  • Ernesto's

    1901 16th Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 441 5850
    Enjoy al fresco dining under the tall trees in a bustling Midtown neighborhood, or indoors, where the decor is cheerfully tropical with mariachi music in the background. The cuisine is Mexican with a definite flair for healthy and interesting interpretations of traditional fare like burritos, carnitas and more. You will not find greasy tortillas filled with lard-laden refried beans at this popular spot. This is a vegetarian-friendly place. Beer and Margaritas are available.
  • Waterboy

    2000 Capitol Avenue Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 498 9891
    This restaurant is flooded with sunlight during most of the day. The windows, wide and draped with swooping curtains, illuminate the splashy fresh flower arrangements and murals. The cuisine, American-based, is influenced by sunny French and Italian culinary ideas. Traditional meat eaters will enjoy one of the melt-in-your-mouth steaks. Plenty of seafood dishes are featured on the menu, as well. The menu changes each month. For dessert, try the delicious Boston cream pie. You can purchase wine by the glass, bottle or just half of a glass. See their website for further information.
  • Centro Cocina Mexicana

    2730 J Street Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 2552
    The dining room is decorated in southwestern colors and with authentic Mexican artifacts. The chef has traveled to and spent a great deal of time in kitchens in Oaxaca and Yucatan, as well as Central America and it shows in the interesting entrees. The enchiladas with mole negro sauce, a mixture of peanuts and chocolate, are boisterous celebrations of Mexican cuisine. All ingredients are prepared fresh daily and selected with care. The full service bar has more than 30 single malt scotches, and 70 brands of tequila.
  • Buckhorn Steak & Roadhouse

    2 Main Street Winters, CA 95694 United States - Phone: +1 530 795 4503
    The decor lives up to its name with trophy heads of deer, elk and bear on its brick walls. This is a popular dining spot and it is known for its great tasting steaks and novel decor. The Taylor-cut sirloin which is a bacon-wrapped filet is also memorable. The menu is replete with plenty of other steak and seafood entrees. All entrees include sourdough bread, your choice of soup or salad, a vegetable, and choice of potato. The wine list is extensive and features California wines.
  • Tower Cafe

    1518 Broadway Sacramento, CA 95818 United States - Phone: +1 916 441 0222
    An eclectic crowd, night shift and early shift workers come for the breakfasts. Try the Huevos Rancheros or a plain eggs-and-toast breakfast; the portions are generous. A variety of entrees is featured for lunch and dinner, ranging from seafood such as grilled swordfish (plump and flavorful) to spicy Mexican carnitas. For dessert, the bakery provides exceptional cookies, mouth-watering cakes, and various pastries. During lunch, the patio is usually crowded. If you want to sit outside (particularly on a nice day), expect a wait.
  • The Bread Store

    1716 J Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 557 1600
    The sandwiches are tasty and almost too large to put in your mouth. A good selection of deli sandwiches, as well as vegetarian specials is available. You can purchase loaves of bread, muffins, cakes and other baked goods. Try the broccoli, cheese and potato soup served with half a sourdough bread bun. Tables are small and the main seating area gets very crowded at lunch, but you can escape to the covered patio seating.
  • Alamar Marina Restaurant & Bar

    5999 Garden Highway Sacramento, CA 95837 United States - Phone: +1 916 922 0200
    Alamar Marina Restaurant & Bar is a well-known floating restaurant on the Sacramento River offers fine dining and a scenic view. The menu has a selection of seafood, steaks and pasta dishes. For dinner, the Broiled Lobster Tail served with rice or potato, and soup or salad, is excellent. The Fettuccini Pasta sauteed in garlic butter, tossed in Alfredo sauce is served with soup or salad. The restaurant has a nice selection of California wines and a full bar.
  • Hoppy Brewing Company & Restaurant

    6300 Folsom Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95819 United States - Phone: +1 916 451 4677
    Hoppy Brewing Company & Restaurant serves house microbrews with names like Hoppy Face Amber Ale, Liquid Sunshine Blonde Ale, and Total Eclipse Black Ale. The menu offers more than just brewpub food. A unique menu item is the Capellini and Prawns with sauteed tomatoes, garlic, green onions, olive oil and chicken-stock served over pasta. This eatery also has a gift shop with “Hoppy” trinkets and T-shirts for sale.
  • Pine Cove Tavern

    502 29th Street Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 446 3624
    You get here by climbing a twisting staircase from the liquor store on the first floor. This bar has dartboards, sports on TV, shot specials every night, nine tap beers and happy hour. The daily shot specials include Tequila Tuesday, with Sunrises and shots; Friday's specials are Schnapps (including Jaeger, Goldschlager, Aftershock and Rumpleminz). On Saturday, you get Purple Hooters and seven and sevens. The daily business crowd gives way to a large and raucous college crowd by dark.
  • Moxie

    2028 H Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 443 7585
    This is a trendy upscale restaurant, which has succeeded in melding east and west cuisine into exotically presented flavors. You simply do not find rock shrimp quesadillas, curried pasta and lemon grass under tender chicken strips at any corner diner. Find sepia toned local photographs in black frames on the Venetian plaster walls and a long mahogany wine bar and candle-lit tables strewn about. An upscale Midtown Sacramento dining spot, Moxie is frequented by chic locals and visitors alike. 
  • The Kitchen

    2225 Hurley Way Sacramento, CA 95825 United States - Phone: +1 916 568 7171
    Head to the Kitchen on weekend evenings, for the Demonstration Dinners—five-course meals that last four hours. Throughout the dinner, you will marvel at the chefs working in full view of the dining room in a open kitchen. The menu changes from day to day, but diners can always be sure of the freshest of ingredients and innovative entrees. The prix-fixe dinners are rather expensive compared to most Sacramento restaurants, but the wines are reasonably priced. Reservations are emphatically recommended; all seats can be booked months in advance. Call ahead for opening hours.
  • Satiety Winery & Cafe

    40101 County Road 25A Woodland, CA 95776 United States - Phone: +1 530 661 0680
    Between Davis and Woodland along Highway 113 at the County Road 25A exit, this winery is the centerpiece of a scenic acreage planted with seven types of grapes. Wine available for tasting is grown just outside the door of this cafe. It offers desserts, meat pasties and an interesting Napa cabbage and Mandarin orange salad during the week. On Sundays, reservations are recommended for the two hour-long, five-course brunch. Various coffee drinks especially the espresso are popular.
  • Cafe Morocco

    1221 Alhambra Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 731 4637
    Although hidden in the shadows of a strip mall, Cafe Morocco serves excellent food in an unpretentious ambiance. Traditional staples like hummus, falafel and kabobs complement other specialties that are exotic. A good choice is the Moroccan Tagine (a dish of chicken or lamb with vegetables and spices) or Mujadara (an Egyptian concoction of chicken with rice and lentils mixed with spice and vegetables). For a lunch treat, try a Shawarma, a Mediterranean style burrito!
  • Celestin's Caribbean Restaurant

    1815 K Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 444 2423
    Though this colorful eatery is located in the heart of Midtown, the tropical Caribbean feel is authentic. The artwork is vibrant and cheery and your waiter will be friendly with a relaxed attitude. There is a variety of Caribbean dishes to try here. Even the appetizers are exotic, including fried plantains, lamb fritters, shrimp croquettes, taro fritters and grio (fried pork cutlets braised a piquant mayonnaise sauce). The house gumbo is practically a meal in itself and its ingredients vary from day to day.
  • Fat City Bar & Cafe

    1001 Front Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +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.
  • Taqueria Davis

    505 L Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 758 8453
    For a taste of authentic Mexican cookery, this, the oldest taqueria (Mexican restaurant) in Davis is the place to go. The menu consists of typical tacos, burritos and tortas, with some rather exotic ingredient choices including cabeza (beef head). The appetizers include an interesting shrimp cocktail, the sauce of which has a hot peppery tang. The breakfast menu is more extensive than offered in most Mexican taquerias and includes eggs any way you want them, a variety of meats, rice, beans and tortillas.
  • Biba

    2801 Capitol Avenue Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 455 2422
    From the pages of her award-winning cookbooks, owner Biba Caggiano brings the delightful flavors and textures of her hometown of Bologna, Italy to Sacramento. The authentic Italian dishes are served in an elegant dining room complete with white tablecloths. For lunch, try the Linguine con Pesto e Pomodoro, a pasta dish topped with basil pesto. Dinner includes a cornucopia of fresh meat and seafood dishes. A fine selection of California and Italian wines is available as well. Reservations are strongly recommended.
  • Shanghai Garden

    800 Alhambra Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 446 6358
    Located in a trendy shopping plaza, this dining spot has great food served in a simple and comfortable atmosphere. The menu at Shanghai Garden, including lunch, dinner, takeout and delivery, features the excellently prepared and presented traditional Chinese dishes. Some notable exceptions include the crabmeat cheese wontons, vegetable tempura and curry chicken. Mandarin and Hunan recipes are the specialty of this restaurant. The appetizers, six of which can be combined in the Pupu Platter sampler, are very filling and some guests order them as a meal.
  • Aioli Bodega Espanola

    1800 L Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +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.
  • The Distillery

    2107 L Street Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +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.
  • Enotria Cafe & Wine Bar

    1431 Del Paso Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95815 United States - Phone: +1 916 922 6792
    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 dinner menu, its Pan-seared Salmon with Fava Bean Ragout is a favorite. For a truly romantic and unforgettable dining experience sit at one of the patio tables. This great dining spot is only open for dinner.
  • Suspects Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre

    1000 Front Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 443 3600
    You are enjoying a three-course gourmet dinner aboard the elegant Delta King, afloat in the Sacramento River, when all of a sudden there is a flash, a loud bang and the scent of gunpowder fills the room. As a seemingly-random diner falls to the floor, various characters in the dining room begin acting very suspiciously. You have just entered the Suspects Dinner Theater zone and for the next two hours you will be wondering Whodunit? This is only one of the productions mounted by the Delta King Company. There is also an overnight package offered.
  • O'Mally's Irish Pub

    1109 2nd Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 492 1230
    This cozy pub features a variety of Irish ales and a decent sandwich menu. There is Guinness, of course and Caffrey's, Bass and several others on tap. The O'Mally's Amber, a distinctive micro brew with a touch of bitter and a smooth finish, is recommended. The sandwiches include a generous Philly cheese steak and various burgers. The corned beef and cabbage with red potatoes melts in your mouth. There is ESPN on the TV, a regulation pool table in the back room, and darts.
  • Zen Sushi

    900 15th Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 446 9628
    This eatery caters to the purist who prefers the tradition and quality of a small sushi bar rather than the showy sushi spots springing up in the suburbs. While the rolls have names like "Rock & Roll" and "Caterpillar", the makings are traditional all the way. Fresh water eel, masago, black caviar, shrimp and tuna are combined in the traditional manner by experienced chefs. The shrimp tempura is fresh and crispy. Its menu also features several non-sushi dishes.
  • Texas West Bar-B-Que

    1600 Fulton Avenue Sacramento, CA 95825 United States - Phone: +1 916 483 7427
    This eatery has been voted the Best Ribs and Barbecue in Sacramento by readers of Sacramento Magazine and the Sacramento News and Review. Its oak wood fires, slow-smoked cooking techniques and special blends of sauces convey a tangy flavor to the ribs, brisket and burgers. Do not look for frilly sides here; traditional beans, Texas toast, potato salad and home-style fries are the only side dishes available.
  • Paco's

    435 Main Street Woodland, CA 95695 United States - Phone: +1 530 669 7946
    This restaurant is filled with high ceilings supported with massive stone Ionic pillars, marble floors and warm oaken paneling lit with natural light. The menu includes an array of traditional, and some little-known, dishes. The seafood menu features shrimp in a variety of ways. The Campechana (octopus and shrimp cocktail) is piquant and flavorful. There are familiar burritos, tacos, and tamales—some are prepared with interestingly unfamiliar ingredients.
  • Chicago Restaurant

    411 Main Street Woodland, CA 95695 United States - Phone: +1 530 662 2292
    Newspaper clippings displayed in a glass case reveal among other colorful things, that there was once a Chinese opium den behind the restaurant, along Dead Cat Alley. The breakfast menu includes all kinds of steaks, sausage, ground beef and other meats with eggs prepared any way you like them. In addition, this eatery offers a varied Chinese menu that even includes a nod to the 21st Century—Vegetarian chop suey.
  • La Trattoria Bohemia

    3649 J Street Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 455 7803
    At La Trattoria Bohemia you can find goulash with chunks of beef so tender they melt in your mouth. The decor is cozy. If traditional Czechoslovakian dishes such as Schnitzel and goulash are not your thing, the place also serves a nice selection of tortellini and lasagna dishes, along with several different pizzas. From the Czech side, try the potato pancakes with sour cream. For dessert, try the tiramisu, an Italian specialty.
  • Squeeze Inn

    5301 PowerInn Road Sacramento, CA 95820 United States - Phone: +1 916 386 8599
    A Sacramento institution, this local favorite was formerly located in a tiny building not far from its current location. Now housed in a much more spacious location, the place is always packed, so the name continues to remain appropriate. Best known for the "Squeeze Burger," a third of a pound of ground chuck with a cornucopia of fixings all squeezed in to a huge bun, visitors best bring their appetites. Make sure to order yours with the cheese skirt.
  • Bidwell Street Bistro

    1004 East Bidwell Folsom, CA 95630 United States - Phone: +1 916 984 7500
    You can order several French or Mediterranean dishes, like Boeuf Bourguignon here, but this bistro is about crepes. Each and every one of its 35 different and delicious crepes is delivered to your table carefully crammed with filling, folded into a neat square and topped with a bow of cheese and ribbon of sauce. The menu offers vegetarian crepes, and your choice of buckwheat or whole-wheat crepes. The menu has a nice selection of wines, which blend well with the texture and flavors of the crepes.
  • Fat's Asia Bistro & Dim Sum Bar

    1500 Eureka Road Roseville, CA 95661 United States - Phone: +1 916 787 3287
    Noted for their downtown dynasty of fine restaurants, the Fat family moves in on suburbia with its location in Roseville. The eatery features a largely Chinese menu skillfully prepared and served among rich mahogany paneling and exquisite furnishings. From the dim sum, try the Shrimp Har Gow or the Pork Shu Mei. Popular entrees include Canton pepper beef and Thai crispy chicken. For dessert, of course, try a wedge of Fats beloved banana cream pie.
  • Freeport Bakery

    2966 Freeport Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95818 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 4256
    Best known for the goodies from its bakery, this local favorite also serves excellent breakfast food and other tasty delights. The eatery features potato knishes and a variety of quiches. For dessert, choose a lemon cooler cake, the princess cake or triple chocolate cookies. Yummy pies, fresh in-house baked bread and Danish are available as well at Freeport Bakery. You can order individual slices of any cake or pie in the case.
  • Eastern Empire

    460 Howe Avenue Sacramento, CA 95825 United States - Phone: +1 916 646 1698
    The big Buddha statue and gurgling fish fountain appeal to kids, but its blend of traditional Chinese and Polynesian dishes is the calling card. A favorite is the Seafood Bird Nest, a combination of prawns, calamari, scallops and mixed vegetables assembled in the shape of a bird's nest. The Cashew Chicken is another star on the menu. An interesting twist on its tradition is the "Empress Fitness" menu featuring entrees prepared without cornstarch. The restaurant also has a full bar with lots of variations of pina coladas and daiquiris.
  • Aces Supper Club

    5321 Date Avenue Sacramento, CA 95841 United States - Phone: +1 916 338 5800
    Sacramento's Aces Supper Club is a fun spot with a vast and varied menu. For instance, the blackened-beef sandwich comes with a smoke flavored Philippine sauce. Munch on some Hong Kong chicken wings or grilled brushetta. Then go for some succulent baby back ribs with Black Jack barbecue sauce. Salads are of a huge variety at the Aces Supper Club.
  • Buca di Beppo

    1249 Howe Avenue Sacramento, CA 95825 United States - Phone: +1 916 922 6673
    The atmosphere at Buca di Beppo is warm and friendly, even fun. For an entree, the Ravioli al Pomodoro filled with mild cheese and tomato sauce is sure to please. Choose from several huge Neapolitan-style pizzas, each two feet long and one foot wide. The crusts are thin, crisp and wonderfully smoky tasting. A selection of salads and an amazing selection of desserts like lemon cream puffs is also available, as well as special Buca bread pudding and a very unusual chocolate cannoli. Portions are large at the Buca di Beppo and are meant to be shared.
  • 815 L Street Club

    815 L Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 443 8155
    815 L Street Club is the place to "see and be seen." The tri-level club is equipped with a restored 50-foot-long mahogany bar. Deep plush booths with stained glass lamps allow for privacy. Next to the two huge dance floors, DJs from two Sacramento radio stations and other local celebrities spin the house with electrifying music. On Wednesday nights, you can fine-tune your East Coast swing moves in an advanced class taught by experts. The crowd is 20-30s. So you are guaranteed to have a good time!
  • Ettore's

    2376 Fair Oaks Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95825 United States - Phone: +1 916 482 0708
    Ettore's bakery with a European-flavored atmosphere is arguably the best place in Sacramento to enjoy sweet treats. Cakes, truffles, Napoleons, gingersnaps, crullers, Danish, eclairs and shortbread are all fresh and delicious. The assortment changes every day. The lunch and dinner menus feature a delicious assortment of sandwiches, pastas and other filling entrees with fresh baked bread. All menu items are reasonably priced and seating at the cafe tables provides an interesting vantage point from which to people-watch. 
  • Stag

    506 Main Street Woodland, CA 95695 United States - Phone: +1 530 668 8373
    Lawyers, farmers, students and antique collectors are likely to populate this bar on a typical afternoon. Friday and Saturday nights, the regulation pool table is pushed out of the way, and dancers crowd the floor. The music will probably be a local rhythm and Blues or country band. Sunday nights bring out the local billiard talent for a contest with prizes that make the competition interesting. There is no food here, however, there is a decent collection of beers on tap as well as mixed drinks.
  • Vientiane

    1001 Jefferson Boulevard 500 Sacramento, CA 95691 United States - Phone: +1 916 373 1556
    Although this dining spot is small, the aroma from the kitchen is fantastic. The flavor from fresh ginger, bamboo shoots, peppers, onions and many other spices jump out at you, but still blend easily with chicken, pork, beef and seafood. Traditional dishes like Laap display the contrast of flavors and textures so familiar to lovers of good Thai food at Vientiane. The Laap entree has a choice of chopped beef or pork mixed with chili peppers, mint, cilantro, green onions and lime.
  • Gallagher's Irish Pub

    1201 K Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 444 3444
    On Saint Patrick's Day, this is the place to be in Sacramento. Inside the lobby of a steel and glass office tower on the K Street Mall, this wood-paneled Irish bar looks like an antique. Established in 1991, this authentic facsimile of a traditional Irish pub has beer and food. There are plenty of brews on tap at Gallagher's Irish Pub including a variety of ales and ciders. On the menu, you will find the traditional corned beef and cabbage, as well as lamb and oysters.
  • Lucky Cafe

    1111 21st Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 9620
    Along one side of the long and narrow room extends a Formica-topped lunch counter. Behind the counter, the wall is decorated with houseplants, various knick-knacks and original paintings. Stools line the counter or you can find seating at leather upholstered booths lining the other wall. The menu is basic. The breakfast menu at Lucky Cafe offers bacon and eggs (any style) and lunch features burgers and Philly cheese-steak sandwiches. For the vegetarian, the "Veggie Melt” is a mountain of fresh produce piled high on sourdough bread.
  • Sophia's Thai Kitchen

    129 East Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 758 4333
    Regarded by many Davis residents as the best Thai food in town, Sophia's Thai Kitchen and Bar is often packed to the brim. Soft lighting and dark wood set the tone of the decor inside, while a high window overlooks a shaded courtyard where outdoor dining is available year-round. All the dishes on the menu reflect the chef's native Thai heritage and flair for spice, and the variety of fresh ingredients go a long way in creating that memorable flavor. Be sure to start off the meal with some of the "Appi-Thai-zers," especially the specialty Tod Mun corn fritters. Other specials include the sour-and-spicy soups, Boss' Favorite Green Curry, and Basil with Peanut Sauce. The restaurant also has a popular bar adjoining it, so drinks are available during dinner.
  • Blue Cue

    1004 28th Street Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 441 6810
    This venerable brick building houses a large nightspot with high ceilings. If you're into playing billiards while sipping on that cold brew, then this is the establishment for you. The cost of an hour of pool varies, depending on the time of day. After work happy hour customers frequent this establishment "dressed for success" to see and be seen. The menu offers plenty of appetizers to munch on while waiting for a pool table with specials throughout the week. Theme evening include trivia nights, bingo and more.
  • Kamon

    2210 16th Street Sacramento, CA 95818 United States - Phone: +1 916 443 8888
    This unique restaurant offers a Japanese variation on shish kebabs, the Turkish grilled and skewered meat and vegetable dish. One-inch cubes of shrimp, bacon, chicken or calamari are placed on bamboo skewers with Yaki Onigiri (grilled rice balls), tofu, and various veggies. The shish kebabs are quickly grilled while being constantly brushed with barbecue sauce. See their website for further information.
  • Espanol

    5723 Folsom Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95819 United States - Phone: +1 916 457 1936
    Since opening in an earlier guise as a Spanish restaurant in 1959, Espanol has seen, through a succession of chefs, its cuisine develop in an Italian direction. The dining room is pleasant with antique, gilt mirrors imported from Italy and gold fixtures. The menu features such Italian favorites as Veal Parmesan and Scaloppini, spaghetti, ravioli and linguine. In addition, the menu has an assortment of solid American fare including roast beef, roasted chicken, ham entrees. Side dishes are served in generous portions and are included with all dinners. A full bar is available.
  • Marrakech Moroccan Restaurant

    1833 Fulton Avenue Sacramento, CA 95825 United States - Phone: +1 916 486 1944
    The atmosphere is carefree and the decor is traditional Moroccan. Diners are seated on big fluffy pillows, on the floor, around low tables. The five-course meals include tea and a Moroccan pastry. Waiters, dressed in traditional Moroccan attire, serve each course in a ceremonial manner. Pastilla, a crispy sugar-dusted pastry filled with aromatic ground meats and egg is one of many entrees. On Friday and Saturday nights, during dinner, guests are entertained by belly dancers.
  • Lemon Grass Restaurant

    601 Munroe Street Sacramento, CA 95825 United States - Phone: +1 916 920 0974
    This dining spot is decorated with bright colors. Start with the salad rolls, which are tiny tubular rice-paper rolls stuffed with the prawns' tiny cousins, baby shrimp, along with mint and fresh bean sprouts. A table of four will be made happy by an order of lemon grass soup, a truly gigantic bowl with lemon grass being the distinctive tone in an orchestra of flavors including chicken and mushroom.
  • Rick's Dessert Diner

    2322 K Street Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 444 0969
    This small restaurant is entirely devoted to dessert. The dining area is a classic 1950s style. The booths and counter stools are done in chrome and pink-and-black vinyl. The huge jukebox plays doo-wop, early rock classics and the occasional bubble gum pop tune. The desserts are memorable. Pies of all kinds are lined up in the display cases, along with towering layer cakes. A couple of slices of chocolate cake oozing with two kinds of chocolate or lemon meringue pie can be meals in themselves. Be sure to bring cash as credit cards are not accepted.
  • Italian Importing Company

    1827 J Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 6678
    This delicatessen provides much more than the typical sandwiches, soup and coffee, though the selection of these items is vast, varied and delicious. The grocery section includes literally dozens of kinds of direct-from-Italy olive oils, pastas, salad dressings and more. Here you will find biscotti and espressotti, butter cookies, almond cookies and other desserts. Napa Valley wines are also available in profusion, in addition to Italian wines and sodas. Enjoy lunch at one the sidewalk tables under Midtown's leafy canopy. Take outs are also available at Italian Importing Company.
  • Paesanos Pizzeria

    1806 Capitol Avenue Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 447 8646
    The patio seating at Paesanos Pizzeria is a pleasant sun-dappled space in which to enjoy truly innovative interpretations of fusion cuisine. Pastas include pad Thai noodles (snow peas, broccoli, julienne carrots and noodles with ginger sauce), Penne Roma, Rigatoni Asparago and others featuring fresh produce and spicy sauces. The pizzas are all baked in a brick oven. The “vegetarianno” features crust brushed with olive oil and garlic, layered with fontina cheese, grilled onions, spinach, sauteed mushrooms and other delights.
  • Luna's Cafe

    1414 16th Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 441 3931
    Here, the liquados are swirling delicacies brimming with juices of fresh cranberries, strawberries, limes, mangoes and a rainbow of other flavors in either a milk or orange juice base. The menu features healthy vegetarian sandwiches and soups for lunch or dinner. Every Thursday evening is devoted to poetry recitals, which can range from competitive slam style spoken word events to serious poets offering innovative lyrics. Wednesday-Saturday evenings feature local musicians in concert.
  • Elephant Bar Restaurant

    6063 Sunrise Mall Citrus Heights, CA 95610 United States - Phone: +1 916 961 3628
    The decor here is a jungle theme with plenty of booths and patio tables for outdoor dining. You can choose from a variety of salads, appetizers, burgers, burritos, specialty entrees and desserts. The burritos are large and tasty and the Caribbean Pot Roast is flavorful and filling. The house specialty is Mud Pie, a dessert that is large enough for two people to share. Try their latest on the menu, the Pacific Rim Specialties. Because reservations are not accepted, the wait for a table may be very long.
  • Strings Italian Cafe

    4848 Madison Avenue Sacramento, CA 95841 United States - Phone: +1 916 348 1925
    This cafe is a great place for a quick lunch or leisurely dinner. The decor is casual. A variety of Italian dishes and pizzas are available daily. All entrees, including pizzas, are served with delicious pizza bread and all-you-can-eat salad or soup. The menu offers several “healthy heart” items that are low in fat. A children's menu is available. The menu has a variety of domestic and import beers and a selection of California wines.
  • Sheepherder Inn

    11275 Folsom Boulevard Rancho Cordova, CA 95742 United States - Phone: +1 916 638 4584
    The dining room is rustic with big wood beams, tables and chairs. The menu features American fare with beef, chicken and fish entrees, but the house specialty is big and juicy prime rib. All entrees are served with soup, salad and hot bread. The portions are generous, and the food is delicious. The bar serves cocktails, as well as beer and wine. This is a popular spot for business lunches and dinners, so it is best to make reservations.
  • Harlow's

    2708 J Street Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 441 4693

    Featuring a casual art deco style, acclaimed local and national acts, and dinner shows with fusion cuisine, Harlow's is a Sacramento gem. Part restaurant, entertainment venue and lounge, this sleek and contemporary establishment offers patrons a unique experience. Cozy up to friends and family in one of the raised VIP booths while listening to the live tunes or enjoy the spacious patio complete with a full-service bar, lounge seating and fire pits. The pub menu has elevated classics like gourmet pizza, sandwiches, salads and appetizers. 

  • Inks Eats and Drinks

    2730 North Street Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 456 2800
    This bistro offers typical American cuisine, which includes items such as Mac n' Cheese, French fries and Meatloaf. There is also a varied list of desserts. It is a contemporary menu with low carb options, vegetarian and local dishes. The restaurant has vibrant red walls, purple booths and traditional tattoo art on the ceiling. For those who love to drink, every month they have a tasting (wine, champagne or martinis), while the DJ plays jazzy tunes. Space is limited so book in advance.
  • Oz Korean BBQ Restaurant

    3343 Bradshaw Road Rancho Cordova, CA 95827 United States - Phone: +1 916 362 9292
    This low-key Korean barbecue place lies off Highway 50. Its dark, sleek wood walls and yellow panels, painted with delicate blossoming branches, enhance the ambiance for guests. The dinner menu centers primarily around meat, with beef being a common option for regulars. Unfortunately for vegetarians, there's not much to choose from. For lunch, big bowls of soups and stews and noodle dishes are served. Here, barbecue dishes are cooked at your own table over a hot charcoal grill.
  • Feather Falls Casino

    3 Alverda Drive Oroville, CA 95966 United States - Phone: +1 530 533 3885
    Feather Falls Casino is one of the most entertaining casinos in Northern California. The casino offers its guests the choice to game as well as have a fantastic holiday filled with entertainment and good food. Live it up at the Cascade Showroom where well-known artists in country, pop and rock come to perform or walk on over to the Bow and Arrow Lounge and grab a cool beer. Or if you're hungry check out the Dream Catcher buffet, which offers a sumptuous spread of BBQ ribs and seafood. So head on down to Feather Falls, for a fun time.
  • Red Lobster

    6231 Sunrise Boulevard Citrus Heights, CA 95610 United States - Phone: +1 916 726 6694
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good food for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrées, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-watchers, choose from the LightHouse Menu which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Red Lobster

    1525 Travis Boulevard Fairfield, CA 94533 United States - Phone: +1 707 421 8292
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrées, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Red Lobster

    1400 Howe Avenue Sacramento, CA 95825 United States - Phone: +1 916 921 6011
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrées, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Olive Garden

    5445 Sunrise Boulevard Citrus Heights, CA 95610 United States - Phone: +1 916 965 9537
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Olive Garden

    2200 Plaza Parkway Modesto, CA 95350 United States - Phone: +1 209 544 8057
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Olive Garden

    1160 Galleria Boulevard Roseville, CA 95678 United States - Phone: +1 916 783 6005
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Olive Garden

    1780 Challenge Way Sacramento, CA 95815 United States - Phone: +1 916 649 8305
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Olive Garden

    3140 Naglee Road Tracy, CA 95304 United States - Phone: +1 209 835 9926
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Clouds Porcelain

    609 Sutter Street Folsom, CA 95630 United States - Phone: +1 800 472 4591
    Buy fine porcelain made exclusively for and by this shop, a local company that is based out of Folsom, California, near the state capitol. Individually made porcelain is its specialty. You will enjoy shopping for fine pieces of hand-painted tableware, teapots, picture frames, planters, vases, and bathroom accessories. Also available are customized basins and tiles for home decorating. Each piece is unique, and is available in French Country and specialty designs.
  • Loehmann's Plaza

    2555 Fair Oaks Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95825 United States - Phone: +1 916 483 3274
    Anchored by Loehmann's Department store (the plaza's namesake) and a large grocery store, this plaza has more than 25 retail shops and one fine dining restaurant. The plaza has stores with diverse products or services; for example, a Jamba Juice (smoothies), a bath boutique, a card and gift shop, a drapery store, and a Java City (coffee cafe), to name a few. In addition, the plaza is the home of Scott's Seafood Restaurant, a fine dining experience complete with white tablecloths and tuxedo-clad waiters.
  • Davis Commons

    500 First Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 750 3723
    Borders Books sets a laid-back tone for this mall. Next in line around the curving sidewalks, facades and outdoor patio is Jamba Juice and healthy smoothies. In the middle is Fuzios with a plethora of pastas and martinis. Plutos offers a smorgasbord of greens, meats, veggies and sweets. Also, you can find a Bath and Body Works, a GAP store, and gift shops with unique items. When you are finished with shopping or want to take a break, you can walk through the garden or sit on the patio.
  • The Elder Craftsman

    130 J Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 264 7762
    Elder Craftsman offers arts and crafts lovingly created by Northern California's senior artisans, 60 years and older. In this great little Old Sacramento shop, the craft items of clothing, jewelry, quilts, doll house furniture and other works of art, have a level of skill and craftsmanship missing from today's mass-produced products. The selection changes all the time and you are welcome to call the store to see if they have what you are looking for.
  • Leathers by Mary Terry

    1028 Second Street No. 28 Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 448 2827
    Whether you are a hardcore bug-eating motorcycle rider, or just admire fine leather craft, the items in Leathers by Mary Terry will give your pulse a real kick-start. The owner Mary Terry specializes in creating and repairing custom leather motorcycle wear and accessories. Just describe what you want and it will be made for you. The place also specializes in custom leather formal and casual wear. Every new or repaired piece comes with a lifetime guarantee.
  • El Embargo Cigar Factory

    2677 Morrene Drive Placerville, CA 95667 United States - Phone: +1 530 622 2274
    Watch the master Cuban cigar makers hand roll top tobaccos into Ecuadorian maduro wrappers at the El Embargo Cigar Factory. Owner Ricardo Aguilera and cigar makers Alejandro Duardo and Ernesto Rabasa have literally spent their lifetimes in the cigar business. By distributing his own product, Aguilera can offer these fine, hand-rolled cigars at affordable prices.
  • Capital Crimes Mystery Book Store

    906 Second Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 441 4798
    This compact bookstore specializing in, 'whodunits' is fittingly located in Sacramento's oldest neighborhood. Since California's capital city was founded 150 years ago, the streets of Old Sacramento (today a living and working historical district designated a State of California monument) has witnessed many a crime, both solved and unsolved. Mystery authors such as Rex Stout, John D. MacDonald, Dame Agatha Christie and hundreds of other writers famous and not-so-famous are well represented here. Out-of-print searches are available; books by local authors are sold on consignment.
  • All Things Right And Relevant

    1640 East Eighth Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 759 9648
    All Things Right And Relevant is a non-profit thrift and consignment shop. The items are slightly used and are sold at bargain prices. On any given day, the shop may have bobby socks, penny loafers, madras shirts, bell-bottom trousers, or even a bridesmaid's dress or two available. Occasionally, the inventory includes interesting trinkets such as Hula Hoops, hoop earrings, faux-pearl necklaces, high-heeled tennis shoes or rhinestone-studded sunglasses. Half the fun, of course, is hunting for the bargain.
  • Tibet-Nepal

    239 G Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 758 3406
    Interested in the philosophy of the Dalai Lama? You will probably find exactly what you are looking for here among the diverse, finely bound selections along one wall. Also available are silken tapestries from Nepal, natural fiber clothing hand-woven in Tibet and intricate Tibetan paintings. Tibet-Nepal has a nice selection of candles as well as meditation tapes. The silver jewelry is exquisite set with a variety of gemstones from lapis lazuli to opal.
  • James Anthony Men's Wear

    207 F Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 753 2465
    Local columnist and celebrity Bob Dunning once lamented, 'that in this town (not always known for the hard-nosed common sense of its citizens), there was no place to buy underwear.' The proprietors of this store disabused him of that cute notion by mailing him a complete selection of their underwear collection from boxers to jockey shorts. Besides underwear, there is a complete line of sport shirts, slacks, ties, socks, handkerchiefs, suits, jackets and colognes, everything needed to step out in style in any social situation.
  • Armadillo Music

    205 F Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 758 8058
    Armadillo Music has a solid reputation for stocking and offering a search service for music in all forms; special orders are welcome here. In both stores, you will find literally tens of thousands of new, used and collectible records, cassette tapes and compact discs. Many are out of print recordings, so if you are looking for Louis Armstrong's first album, or Fela Kute's latest, you will have a good chance of finding it here.
  • Davis Shoe Shop

    223 C Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 753 2040
    Davis Shoe Shop and shoe repair facility has been in business for more than 50 years; the current owner learned the craft of shoemaking and leather repair from his father. In addition to being able to repair virtually any shoe or accessory the shop has a complete line of wallets, belts, other leather goods, and greeting cards.
  • Heron Technologies

    1970 5th Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 759 0134
    Heron Technologies has certified technicians who can repair IBM clones and Macintosh computers. The technicians have the capability of building computers, as well, "from the ground up" to exact customer specifications. Dealing with more than 20 wholesalers in California, the staff usually can build to specification with non-proprietary parts in two or three days. It also carries diverse software including games, and perhaps the largest selection of computer cables in Davis.
  • The Avid Reader

    617 Second Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 758 4040
    With local and nationally known author book-signings and lectures, storytelling, book club discussions, musical events and magic acts, this bookstore doubles as a cultural center. The book inventory is extensive and features a large local Davis section. The knowledgeable staff (UCD English majors and former librarians, among others), pride themselves on the efficiency of their out-of-print book searches.
  • Newsbeat

    514 Third Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 756 6247
    Newsbeat is the place to find newspapers and other periodical reading materials. Hundreds of titles in stock include Analog Science Fiction to Zoetrope (a literary magazine). Teen fan, sports, music, movie, travel, photography and other genre magazines are available as well. More Northern California newspapers (including a comprehensive selection of alternative press publications) than you might imagine, as well as New York and Washington dailies are available. Tobacco products include a huge variety of cigars that aficionados will appreciate, plus cigarettes and snuff.
  • Stonegate Coffee & Video

    1260 Lake Boulevard Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 753 1247
    Stonegate Coffee & Video has two distinct marketing niches, a sit-down cafe and video rentals. A diverse selection of coffee drinks, pastries, ice cream, popcorn and 20 kinds of licorice bridge the gap between the cafe and the video sections of this establishment. This store has a variety of videos that you can rent. It has a collection of dramas, comedies, an extensive selection of musicals, and foreign titles. The store has a selection of DVDs as well.
  • Beers Book Center

    915 S Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 9475
    Beers Book Center is the place to find obscure books. New and used books are offered in a variety of sections, such as film, history, diets, cooking, vegetables, gardening, natural history, psychology and sexuality. The National Geographic magazine collection is huge and includes issues almost a century old. The fiction section is strong and features non-mainstream titles. Also, the store has a nice selection of sports, metaphysics, drama, childbirth, and music titles. The decor is "lived-in, but the couches in the reading area are comfortable.
  • Han's Tailoring and Alterations

    222 D Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 753 0172
    Located in the complex of brick pathways and quaint shops beside the Pence Gallery courtyard, Han's Tailoring and Alterations handles all forms of alterations and tailoring. The tailors, who are the owners, have seen it all; from wedding dresses needing alterations to letting out the seams in old uniforms. Specialty work includes tent repair and customizing rain ponchos for bicyclists. Although many alterations will take a few days, the shop owners are willing to do emergency or last minute alterations.
  • County Fair Mall

    1264 East Gibson Road Woodland, CA 95776 United States - Phone: +1 530 661 0777
    Anchored by three large department stores and a discount outlet, this mall on the southern outskirts of Woodland has a lot to offer shoppers. There are outlets of clothes for both men and women. A bookstore, gift shops, an optometrist, beauty shops and an electronics store are examples of other stores in this mall. Several local and chain restaurants provide everything from pizza to donuts in the food court, which is also the site of occasional concerts.
  • Sunrise Mall

    6041 Sunrise Boulevard Citrus Heights, CA 95610 United States - Phone: +1 916 961 7150
    This popular mall has more than 110 stores and up to 7,500 parking spaces. Sears, J.C. Penney, and two Macy's stores anchor the Mall and are joined by a wide selection of clothing, candy and gift outlets. You will find plenty to eat, from fast food to casual dining, throughout the mall. It also hosts many arts and craft festivals, and flea markets as well as seasonal local events.
  • Hastings Back Porch

    132 E Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 753 1610
    Hasting' Back Porch is a cozy antique shop. Upon entering, you will get a sense of the care and craft that went into producing the house wares, furniture, dinnerware, toiletries and other antiques piled from the floor to the ceiling. A very popular item is a stereo viewer (circa 1889), complete with hundreds of double-imaged post cards depicting wonders of the 19th century. The inventory includes a large selection of brass, pewter, silver and other metal dinnerware as well as costume jewellery and old books.
  • Riki

    202 East Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 756 8048
    This compact shop manages to convey a sense of elegant simplicity and spaciousness. Like an upscale art gallery, the décor is neutral beige and off-white. The proprietor designs her personal line of ready-to-wear ensembles, separates and accessories. She has a wide variety of dresses, blouses, jackets, tank tops, camisoles, pants, and slacks that have drawn a loyal following to her label. The materials used to make the apparel ranges from taffeta to lace, silks, cotton and wool. Riki has a nice selection of accessories for your new clothes. This shop has expanded to include three other boutiques in the Northern California area, in Sacramento, Berkeley, and San Francisco.
  • Arden Fair Mall

    1689 Arden Way Sacramento, CA 95815 United States - Phone: +1 916 920 1167
    This two-level, bright, airy and beautifully decorated assembly of over 165 stores remains the flagship of Sacramento area malls. Arden Fair Mall is surrounded by more than 40 acres of parking, and anchored by Macy's, Sears, Nordstrom and J.C. Penney, this mall attracts many shoppers who arrive early and stay late. Specialty stores, clothing stores, bookshops, gift shops and kids stores abound. The second-level food court caters to practically every taste, and there are several sit-down restaurants that line the surrounding area. The center of the mall has an indoor carousel for children and adults to ride.
  • Birdcage Centre

    5975 Birdcage Centre Lane Citrus Heights, CA 95610 United States - Phone: +1 916 966 2180
    If strolling among fascinating stores and shops in a beautifully landscaped, modern outdoor shopping mall is your thing, you will fall in love with Bird Cage center. Located right across Sunrise Boulevard from the always more crowded Sunrise Mall, this newly renovated mall does not have true "anchor" stores, but features Toys R Us and Target Greatland on the corners. In between, wander into Barnes & Noble/Starbucks, Cost Plus World Markets and speciality shops. Along the walk, shoppers find ample eating opportunities from snacks to fine restaurants.
  • Sacramento Downtown Plaza

    547 L Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 4000
    Extending from the K Street Mall to the walkway leading under Interstate 5 to Old Sacramento, this large open-air mall is a shopper's paradise. The Sacramento Downtown Plaza and rotunda are decorated with fountains and trees. The second floor houses a food court, even more stores and the Century movie theaters. For fun dining options, The River City Brewing Company is located on the lower level of the mall.
  • Westfield Galleria Roseville

    1151 Galleria Boulevard Roseville, CA 95678 United States - Phone: +1 916 787 2000
    Sears, Macy's and J.C. Penney anchor this upscale mall. This colorfully decorated contemporary shrine to spending features a wide array of America's favorite mall residents such as Gap, Guess and Abercrombie and Fitch, along with many other trendy specialty shops like Williams Sonoma and Aveda. For the best food fare, try Nordstrom Cafe and Coffee Bar. Kids will be attracted to the carousel dominating the center court of the mall. During busy times, it can be difficult to find a parking space at Wesfield galleria.
  • Renaissance Fine Consignement

    2362 Fair Oaks Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95825 United States - Phone: +1 916 485 4911
    Do you love the look and feel of designer clothing, but hate the negative impact on your pocket? If so, this is the shop for you. The shop sells only designer clothing, for example Bill Blass or Vera Wang, taken in on consignment. While you will not find "thrift-store" prices here, you will find only top quality in the latest fashions from the hottest designers at very affordable prices. From sports to formal, you will find fashions for any occasion and event.
  • The Book Collector

    1008 24th Street Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 9295
    The Book Collector store specializes in history, literature, poetry and the humanities. Collectors will find first edition military books that emphasize the period around World War II. Row after row of classics and modern titles fill the walls. A large section of the bookstore is devoted to spirituality, belief systems, religion and philosophy. The best buys are found in the bargain bin on the sidewalk.
  • Blue Diamond Almond's Retail Store

    1701 C Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 446 8438
    The humble, yet tasty, almond ranks sixth among all exported U.S. foods, and brings Sacramento Valley growers over half a billion dollars a year. More than 4,000 area co-op growers truck their harvests to the historic processing plant in Sacramento. In the lobby of this massive old brick building, you can learn all about the growing, harvesting and processing of almonds. In the gift shop, stand in amazement at how many different ways a single nut can be processed, packaged and, of course, purchased.
  • T. J. Crafters Showplace

    1000 Melody Lane Roseville, CA 95678 United States - Phone: +1 916 773 2220
    T. J. Crafters Showplace is a fun place which offers more than 3,500-square-feet of gifts, all handmade by some 130 local and nationally known artisans. Displayed in theme and boutique style with special attention to seasonal designs, shoppers will find arts, crafts, home decor, furniture, fine art and collectibles galore. Displays of floral arrangements, furniture, ceramics and woodcrafts are guaranteed to send you home with plenty of home decorating ideas, if not a carload of bargains. If you do not see what you want, the store welcomes special requests for custom creations.
  • The House of Clocks

    5337 Sunrise Boulevard Fair Oaks, CA 95628 United States - Phone: +1 916 967 0500
    Since 1972, Tom and Barbara Bertrand have been living their dream of "sharing their knowledge and expertise with fellow clock lovers." In the past, shoppers have been satisfied with fascinating selection of grandfather, wall, mantle and cuckoo clocks as well as the expert service. Clock repair plus engraving and shipping is available. The clock technicians will even come to your home to fix your clocks, and of course, they always have the time for you.
  • The Wardrobe

    206 East Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 756 1128
    The store has plenty of natural light filtering in from the floor-to-ceiling windows, giving the entire atmosphere a more pleasant (and not to mention, flattering) feel. The selection of women's clothing, blouses, skirts, dresses, pants for both casual and more formal occasions, is eclectic and includes such natural fabrics as flax, cotton and silk. The store has a diverse selection of matching accessories and costume jewelry.
  • Woodland Antique Mall

    531 Main Street Woodland, CA 95695 United States - Phone: +1 530 662 1682
    There are artifacts of interest for every room in the house in this roomy emporium, a block west of the Woodland Opera House. The inventory is remarkably eclectic: if you are in the market for frosted glass martini shaker circa 1948, or a solid wood Chesterfield (no veneers here), you will probably find one. The proprietors buy English antique furniture in bulk every few months. An entire house can be elegantly furnished. Also, there is a complete repair and restoration shop on the premises.
  • Corner Drug Co.

    602 Main Street Woodland, CA 95695 United States - Phone: +1 530 662 2813
    Across Main Street from the Woodland Opera House, this complete full-service pharmacy and home health supply store has the sleek lines that were cutting-edge modern in about 1944. The inventory, however, is up-to-date and comprehensive. From orthopedic equipment for senior citizens to first aid kits, if it is a home health related need, it can probably be purchased here. Special orders are filled quickly. The huge candy counter and extensive doll collection attracts kids. Also, there is a diverse selection of greeting cards.
  • The Marketplace Shopping Center

    1411 West Covell Boulevard Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 757 1639
    Just east of Highway 113, this outdoor mall offers a promenade, featuring fountains and cafe seating surrounding an ample parking lot. The anchor merchants include a major grocery store and drug outlet. In between some of the more eclectic shops include a gourmet food shop, a greeting card outlet, several restaurants, a health food shop and a sporting goods discount warehouse. There is also a coffee house that offers gourmet bulk beans as well.
  • Records

    710 K Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 446 3973
    The shop is filled floor-to-ceiling with vinyl records of performers including Philip Glass, Bill Monroe and other more eclectic selections. A small selection of well-known musicians and bands on cassette tapes are available as well. The store has a nice selection of slightly used videos and DVDs. All merchandise is guaranteed. The proprietor is constantly visiting estate and garage sales, so you will never be exactly sure what treasures you will find here on any given day.
  • Accents of Davis

    213 F Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 756 5792
    If you can imagine an occasion, you will probably find just the right accessory at this shop. A wide selection of women's products, such as costume jewelery, lotions, scented candles, and perfumes are available. In addition, the shop has items for the other half of the population, such as toiletry products, pen and pencil sets, stainless steel hip flasks and other toys. Other male accessories include playing cards, amusingly embossed poker chips and leather goods, gloves, belts and wallets.
  • Re-Runs

    1380 East Covell Boulevard Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 756 5403
    This thrift store offers quality goods ranging from men's and women's clothing to computer hardware and a variety of books and tapes. Reflecting the general affluence of the Davis community, this store sometimes offers an incredible deal or two depending on recent donations. The retro decorator will find unusual and unique items for the home or office. Other goods offered include kitchenware, computer software, furniture, small appliances and occasionally large appliances.
  • Denio's Farmers Market & Swap Meet

    1551 Vineyard Road Roseville, CA 95678 United States - Phone: +1 916 782 2704
    Since 1947, farmers at Denio's have offered fresh produce direct to consumers. A plethora of fresh tomatoes, corn, almonds, squash, beans, onions, garlic and many more fruits and vegetables are available year-round. This place is more than a farmer's market it also is the area's largest flea-market. A huge array of everything from tools to home stereo systems and virtually anything else families will need to improve their homes.
  • Wild Bird Center

    5339 Sunrise Boulevard Fair Oaks, CA 95628 United States - Phone: +1 916 966 5958
    This shop is for those who study, enjoy, care about and feed wild birds. Backyard birders will find a great selection of items for attracting and caring for wild birds including feeders, houses, birdbaths, and birdseed as well as bird treats. The store has a selection of spotting scopes, binoculars, a vast selection of books for species identification and information guides. The bird-loving staff is happy to help you choose items for wildbirds.
  • Nimbus Winery

    12401 Folsom Boulevard Rancho Cordova, CA 95742 United States - Phone: +1 916 985 8100
    This shopping plaza was a Gold Rush era winery. When gold was discovered, the entire acreage was dredged and the winery went out of business. There are 14 retail shops, which include a home interior store, a bicycle shop, a toy store, a candle shop, sports memorabilia shop and more. This place is home to Garbeaus Dinner Theater, a suburban branch of the popular Spaghetti Factory, and a small coffeehouse.
  • Bogy's Barkery and The Palette Arts & Gifts

    2700 22nd Street Sacramento, CA 95818 United States - Phone: +1 916 341 0334
    Do you have a pampered pet? If so, you have to visit this unique combination gift store and bakery for pets. The shop offers designer collars, velvet napping pillows, beds and other specialty pet products for dogs and cats; plus pet-related jewelry, candles, greeting cards, stationery and other gifts for the pet's human. Check out the pet-head wall clocks. In the Barkery you will find pet treats for all occasions. The carob chip pupcake cookie is a favorite. The bakers will also prepare custom treats to your specifications.
  • Evangeline's

    113 K Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 443 2181
    One of the most popular stores in Old Sacramento, every square inch of this store is packed with the most outrageous gag gifts, novelties, crazy greeting cards, costumes and, most of all, laughing shoppers. The entire second floor is dedicated to Halloween costumes. Nostalgia fans will find Hollywood, TV stars, shows, and film memorabilia. Words used to describe Evangeline's have included zany, amazing, delightful, silly, and "you must be kidding". 
  • Peruvian Crafts

    1109 Front Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 1377
    If it's made from Alpaca, you will find it at this gift shop. Rugs, sweaters, the softest blankets on earth, Peruvian capes and shawls are just a few of the many handmade items on display. Peru means Llamas, right? You will find plenty of crafts and souvenir odes to the llama here. Unique Marmolina figurines and Peruvian dolls, finger puppets and Peruvian musical instruments are scattered around like treasures to be discovered. Be sure to see the Crystal Garden stocked with jewelry and collectibles of crystal and pewter.
  • Time Tested Books

    1114 21st Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 447 5696
    Many treasures are waiting to be found among the stacks of rare and out-of-print books. First editions and rare volumes from as early as 1871 in genres ranging from first-hand accounts of American history to detective novels and books on chess are available. You will not find today's best sellers here, but your favorites and classics of bygone days are at this shop. The owners are professional book collectors and will gladly help customers locate rare books. Also stocked are music titles produced by Sacramento's own S-S Records. Furthermore, readings are staged here from time to time, sometimes featuring authors as legendary as Dishwasher Pete.
  • All American Sports Fan

    1021 Front Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 5066
    Probably the best collection of officially licensed pro sports merchandise in Northern California sits right in the middle of Old Sacramento. It is an official licensed provider of Major League Baseball, the NBA, NFL, and NHL, plus the Sacramento River Cats and other local teams. If it has to do with professional sports, this shop has it. Items include caps, jerseys, warm-ups, jackets, t-shirts, travel bags and more for your favorite team.
  • Garden of Enchantment

    126 K Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 446 7950
    This shop's wide selection of New Age necessities stands out in contrast to its historic Old Sacramento surroundings. Aromatherapy, wind chimes, crystals, incense, candles, Tarot and jewelry are all represented. For the bedroom, a nice selection of Celtic pattern tapestries and Indian bedspreads, along with pewter statuettes. Choose from a good selection of New Age and self-help books and tapes, or purchase a Beanie Baby or two for the kids.
  • Valley Wine Company

    417 G Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 758 9463
    This is the biggest, best and, as it happens, only exclusive wine retailer in Yolo County. Expense was spared on the decor—the store is basically just a small warehouse with stacks of crates scattered about the floor. The wine selection has great depth ranging from the best wines Napa Valley vintners have to offer to interesting products of wineries. There are also decent imports from Italy and Germany, as well as Ports and Sherrys available.
  • Old City Kites

    1017 Front Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 446 7575
    Festooned from the exposed wooden beams are more than 400 colorful kites in every style. From simple wood-framed triangular beginners' kites to six-foot wide quad-line power stunt kites complete with wrist straps for guidance. Other merchandise includes wind chimes and whimsical windsocks for the garden, mini-kite refrigerator magnets and windmills. The store stocks a wide range of parts for the serious hobbyist and offers a repair service. For busy travelers looking to bring home a unique present for the children, this store is worth browsing.
  • Old Sacramento Trading Post

    1115 Front Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 498 0766
    Old Sacramento Trading Post has been designed to resemble a trading post. It features the work of a variety of master craftsmen including silversmiths, basket weavers, painters and photographers. There is a wide selection of fine leather accessories such as trucker wallets (including the chain), motorcycle saddlebags, belts and hats. For craftspeople, this store makes available a varied collection of semi-precious stones from wholesalers in Arizona, New Mexico and California. The items, here, make great gifts for that person who has everything!
  • Visions of Eden

    126 J Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 448 1499
    This upscale gift shop has a vast array of glass works, soaps, scented candles, body creams, essential oils and aromatherapy supplies. Hand-blown glass balls, tapestries and a nice selection of fountains are available as well. The beautiful amethyst crystal fountains are perfect for quiet contemplation or for correcting energy flows in your home or office. Peppermint-scented bubble bath for your dog is an example of the unusual gift items available at this shop.
  • B-Bop Costumes

    1931 L Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 443 2234
    It can get stuffy inside the old Victorian that houses this unusual costume and used clothing shop, but if you do not mind a little discomfort, you can pick up some great bargains. Its main business is costume rental. Over 5,000 costumes are available for rent. You will find costumes from Snow White to harem girls (belly dancers) and Star Wars to Flintstone characters. The main floor is packed with slightly used women and men's clothing; much of it fits the retro craze of 1970s.
  • Aldo Shoes

    1689 Arden Way Sacramento, CA 95815 United States - Phone: +1 916 641 2247
    Located in the Arden Fair Mall, this stylish shoe store offers a very large selection of men's and women's shoes from formal, to night-on-the-town, to just kicking back. From boots to thongs and all nature of footwear in between, you can find them at Aldo Shoes. You can also find a great selection of hosiery to match every shade of shoe in the place. Just cannot decide? How about something with day-glo blue feathers or a pair of polka-dot mules.
  • Prevues

    2417 K Street Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 448 4556
    This shop features new and used women's clothing starting at about $3 but unlike classic thrift stores, it does not sell children's clothes, old blue jeans or household treasures. Period clothing from the 1920s through the 1950s is featured in one room along with jewelry and accessories of the period. This shop may be best known, however, for its amazing selection of exotic clothing. Thigh-highs, vinyl, leather, fishnet and long slinky gowns abound along with feather boas and outrageous costume jewelry.
  • Navin's

    324 K Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 448 5688
    Spill gravy on your best suit and visiting from out of town? This tailor shop can help. It offers suits and shirts tailored to fit any size or fashion sense. The tailors of Navin's work with fine Italian and English worsted, mohair, camel hair, cashmere, Egyptian cotton and other materials for men's suits and women's dresses. This facility has the ability to re-create virtually any style. The tailors at this shop can make dresses or suits from a picture or photo.
  • Carol's Books

    300 Florin Road Sacramento, CA 95815 United States - Phone: +1 916 428 5611
    This bookstore offers a wide-range of readings and book-signings staged by local and nationally known authors. Carol's Books has a strong selection of mysteries and feminist literature in addition to best sellers, mainstream fiction and non-fiction. Local artists also exhibit their works here, enhancing the unique, eclectic atmosphere. If you cannot find that obscure collectible first edition on Amazon.com, the friendly staff here will use their local contacts to see if they can find it.
  • Jon's Front Street Tobacco

    1115 Front Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 498 0450
    This is the place to go if you are interested in smoking or purchasing cigars. Hand-rolled Cuban cigars (made from Cuban seeds grown in Nicaragua) are available at this shop. Just to breathe the fragrant air in Jon's Front Street Tobacco is to appreciate a blend of fine tobaccos from all over the world. You can find cigars from all over the world. There is a variety of pipes and briars on display in the main smoking room. Also available are accessories including lighters, cigar cutters and pipe cleaners.
  • The Cotton Club

    2331 J Street Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 2990
    Here, you will find clothing made of 100 percent natural fibers. Since prevailing styles are composed of polyester and other harsh synthetic fibers, you cannot compare the feeling of cotton close to the skin. Dresses, separates and cotton sweaters that can be worn to virtually any occasion line the displays. The shop carries styles that will appeal to women of all ages. A nice selection of accessories including scarves, belts, hats and leather purses are available.
  • The Beat

    1700 J Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 446 4402
    This warehouse-sized audio emporium offers arguably the broadest selection of vintage vinyl in the area. Looking for the greatest hits of a polka band that flourished in Chicago in the 1930s? You will probably find it here. The jazz and blues sections are particularly strong. Many record stores relegate cassettes to dim and dusty corners these days, but not here. Choose from hundreds of tapes in all genres. Check out your selection before you buy at the espresso “listening bar” which offers a large line of coffee drinks and sodas.
  • Gifted Gardener

    1730 J Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 447 5956
    The sidewalk in front of this unique shop is enlivened by racks of potted seedlings ready to plant. Inside is a huge library of how-to and reference books. From a huge selection of wind chimes to porcelain pots this shop has everything needed to make the backyard pleasant to listen to, look at and spend time in. All the tools you will need, including spades, hedge clippers and fertilizer, are here. In addition to the showy seedlings, the store has a variety of packaged flower and veggie seeds.
  • Sparkles

    112 K Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 444 0490
    In the heart of Old Sacramento, Sparkles features an eclectic selection of accessories for expressing your whimsical side. There are floor-length feather boas in all the colors of the rainbow. The shop has a nice selection of hats, purses, and belts. Several antique glass display cases are filled with costume jewelry including bright rhinestone earrings, faux pearl pins and zirconium rings. For an evening's fun at a masquerade party or tasteful additions to a wardrobe, this shop is definitely worth browsing.
  • De Luna Jewelry

    521 Second Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 753 3351
    De Luna Jewelry specializes in the designing one-of-a-kind ornaments. In consultation with the staff, you can virtually create your own look with a variety of precious stones and metals. Bracelets, necklaces, rings or more are just an example of items that can be handcrafted to your specifications. Many fine sculptures inspired by Native American designs are also available as well as objects d'art manufactured of glass, porcelain and china. In addition, the experience and knowledgeable staff can appraise private or museum collections.
  • Skalet Jewelers

    935 Front Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 441 1976
    The owners, third generation of Skalets, of this shop design fine handmade jewelry set with diamonds and a wide diversity of other precious gems. In consultation with the Skalet brothers, one may create custom jewelry that will truly reflect one's personality. Located in the historic Tehama Block (rebuilt in 1852, after the original was destroyed by fire) one block south of the California State Railroad Museum in the center of Old Sacramento.
  • Pavilions Shopping Plaza

    563 Pavilions Lane Sacramento, CA 95825 United States - Phone: +1 916 925 4463
    This is Sacramento's most upscale shopping mall. Shoppaholics will find this to be a village-type shopping centre-outdoors with a mix of boutiques and dining. You can find anything from designer shoes to custom-made handbags, all in one location. The Pavilions shopping plaza boasts a Saks Fifth Avenue, Hamilton Jewelers, Talbot's and other specialty stores. If you get tired of shopping, stop and grab a bite at one of the many restaurants at the plaza. For a fantastic lunch, the staff at David Berkley Fine Wines & Specialty Foods make sandwiches that are to die for. For an evening treat, Mace's is one of Sacramento's finest upscale restaurants.
  • Folsom Premium Outlets

    13000 Folsom Boulevard Folsom, CA 95630 United States - Phone: +1 916 985 0312
    Located just 15 minutes east of Sacramento on Highway 50, Folsom Premium Outlets offers upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 80 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings of 25% to 65% every day. Stores include BCBG Max Azria, Bebe, Calvin Klein, Coach, Gap Outlet, Guess, Kenneth Cole, Nike, Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th and many more.
  • Vacaville Premium Outlets

    321 Nut Tree Road Vacaville, CA 95687 United States - Phone: +1 707 447 5755
    Located 20 miles west of Sacramento on Interstate 80, Vacaville Premium Outlets offers upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 120 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings of 25% to 65% everyday. Stores include Adidas, Banana Republic, Burberry, Calvin Klein, Coach, Cole Haan, Gap Outlet, J.Crew, Polo Ralph Lauren and many more.
  • Fry's Electronics

    4100 Northgate Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95834 United States - Phone: +1 916 286 5800
    Considered to be a man's paradise, Fry's is a one-stop-shopping electronics retailer that carries over 50,000 hi-tech products. Founded in 1985 in the Silicon Valley, Fry's Electronics has stores across the country and provides products that embody the latest technological trends and electronic advances. Each location sells, services, and supports computer hardware and software products, I.C.'s, components and accessories, audio, video, and telecommunications products and appliances. Fry's also offers personal electronics, convenience products and general merchandise items. The stores range in size from 50,000 to over 180,000 sq ft. Perfect for the hi-tech professional or novice, Fry's prides itself on employing a friendly and knowledgeable staff who can answer any question you have about their merchandise. You can literally lose yourself in this electronics haven for hours!
  • B & L Bike Shop

    610 3rd Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 756 3540
    Are bicycles your passion? Then your one-stop-shop has got to be the B & L Bike Shop in Davis. Access all kinds of information on bikes here; plus, they have several bikes from around the world on sale! Moreover, you can go in for a body scan to see which bicycle suits your body best, or get a ‘fit kit'-a tool kit to redo your bike as per your needs. If buying one is too much trouble, you can also rent them out at a meagre cost. Repairs and overhauls are also performed with utmost dexterity and professionalism. Check out the website for cycling tips, new bike models, accessories, coupons, specials and more.
  • Davis Farmers Market

    4th Street and C Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 756 1695
    The Davis Farmers Market was started in 1975 by a small group of local farmers, and today it is one of the biggest market fairs in the city! A well-known tourist attraction site it is open all year round. You can find a wide range of fruits, vegetables, organic produce, baked goods, flowers and plants here. On some summer evenings the market hosts a ‘Picnic in the Park', where everyone is welcome! You can sample foods, watch jugglers in action, take in live musical performances and savor scrumptious snacks. Take the kids along and have fun!
  • Sharif Jewelers

    1338 Howe Avenue Sacramento, CA 95825 United States - Phone: +1 916 927 0542
    The Sharif brothers have been in the business for more than two decades. The customer friendly environment and the range of exclusive diamond jewellery has been a speciality of the outlets in Sacramento and Folsom since then. The selection of precious gems is one of the largest and finest. It also includes loose diamonds of 15 carats. They offer customized jewellery designs that retain the original shine. Ritani, Prisma Express, Tycoon and several other popular designer range are available.
  • Apple Store

    1689 Arden Way Sacramento, CA 95815 United States - Phone: +1 916 643 0960
    This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • Vino Volo

    6900 Airport Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95837 United States - Phone: +1 916 920 8466
    Very apt to its name, Vino Volo, which means "wine flight" in Italian, offers wine tastings and also retails wines at the Sacramento International Airport, making it convenient for travellers. The wine shop is situated in Terminal A, you can get great wines here and elegant small plates to go with it. So the next time you forget to pick-up a gift for someone, don't panic. There's nothing better than a bottle of good wine.
  • Guzzetta & Co Jewelers

    805 Howe Avenue Sacramento, CA 95825 United States - Phone: +1 916 924 9666
    If diamonds are your best friend then visit the Guzzetta & Co Jewelers store. It offers a collection of loose diamonds and colored stones. Say 'I do', with the exquisite wedding bands. String those pearls and adorn your neck with it. It has a panel of experts, certified gemologists and appraisers on board. Keep aside all the worries about the purity and authenticity of the jewels. Be the proud owner of rare and exclusive designs.
  • Jared - Galleria of Jewelry

    1620 Arden Way Sacramento, CA 95815 United States - Phone: +1 916 567 0930
    Jared store is a paradise of jewelry and watches. Diamond, gold, silver and colored gems the list is endless. The classy earrings and the dazzling diamond bracelets mesmerize you. Passion and poetry are translated onto the designs. Adorn your slender wrist with world class watches like Tag Heur and Tissot. Tired of searching for the perfect matching stones for that dress? Get an assortment from ruby to blue topaz. It also has a jewelry design and repair center. Excellent customer service and exclusive merchandise is the specialty of the store
  • Grebitus & Sons

    1003 L Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 9081
    Grebitus & Sons is a fine combination of tradition, perfection and ethics. It has an extensive collection of loose diamonds. Be it your wedding or birthday, mark the occasion with the exquisite jewellery. The intricate and unique patterns are the proof of excellent craftsmanship. The pearl pieces will enhance the beauty of your dress. Be on time with the Omega watches. It houses world class brands like Ritani and Kwiat. Surprise your special one by gifting a delicate crystal vase. Go ahead and splurge.
  • Diamond and Gold Vault

    1750 Howe Avenue Sacramento, CA 95825 United States - Phone: +1 916 920 4988
    Diamond and Gold Vault is the leader in the jewellery business. The exquisite bridal collection that spellbound you. Cuff links, broaches, delicate anklets and the list goes on. String those delicate pearls and let them rest on your long neck. Engrave a poem or love note and add a personalized charm. It also offers services like leaning and polishing of jewellery. The qualified and skilled staff is always there to help you in selecting the right piece.
  • Ralph Lauren

    530 Pavilions Lane Sacramento, CA 95825 United States - Phone: +1 916 922 7656
    Polo, a world renowned brand was launched some two decades ago by Ralph Lauren on not such a large scale. But today Ralph Lauren is one of the largest chain of fashion stores and a well known brand. Pick from a wide range of fashion clothing for men and women. If classy look is what you like for yourself then, this store is meant just for you. The highly professional staff not only help you with picking an outfit but also give you a complete look. So if you want your wardrobe revamped, do drop into this store.
  • Forever 21

    Suite 1111 Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 8053
    One has to sweat it out to find good bargains for designer wear, but this is not the case at Forever 21. Located in the Westfield Downtown Plaza, this store is good for those who have a humble budget yet an eye for elegance. Accessorize yourself with the exquisite range available. From fashionable tops to lounge wear this place is the ultimate shoppers' paradise.
  • Whole Foods Market

    4315 Arden Way Sacramento, CA 95864 United States - Phone: +1 916 488 2800
    This 40,831 square feet retail space is a haven for all those who love to have nature's freshest ingredients on their plate. The products at Whole Foods Market are organically nurtured and are of superior quality. Hence its no wonder that the company has over 270 branches in US, UK and Canada. Come here if you love the aroma, feel and taste of naturally produced items and would want to be provided with a shopping experience new to you.
  • Banana Republic

    1689 Arden Way Sacramento, CA 95815 United States - Phone: +1 916 641 0767
    Whatever style you don, it's never complete without a dashing pair of footwear. And, when it comes to sprucing up your feet, Banana Republic sure has everything from demure to casual to trendy to sexy wear. Arden Fair Mall is a fun place in the city that houses a number of brand stores including Banana Republic. Women would just die for the sultry Fiona strappy sandal. Woven-leather, sandy flip-flops and peep-toes are no less! Men can also embark on a fun trip with the chic flip-flops, loafers and sneakers. All this, along with stylish outfits and accessories, make this brand distinctive indeed.
  • MARRS (Midtown Art Retail Restaurant Scene)

    1050 20th Street Sacramento, CA 95811 United States - Phone: +1 916 446 2900
    This is one of the best examples of putting old buildings to use. The present MAARS building is a former state office heritage. The Midtown Art Retail Restaurant Scene is a conglomeration of an art gallery (Solomon Dubnick Gallery), restaurants like Luigi's Slice and Fun Garden, clothing stores such as Asha Yoga, and corporate offices such as those of Heller Pacific, all in one. You can also publicize for them by buying any of their MARRS T-shirt merchandise around the place. 
  • Land Bark Pet Supplies

    3200 Riverside Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95818 United States - Phone: +1 916 448 8020
  • Chew Kee Store

    14200 Fiddletown Road Fiddletown, CA 95629 United States
    The Chew Kee Store was established by Yee Fung Cheung, a herb doctor, during the Gold Rush period. Now a museum, this store was home to several traditional chinese objects, including cigar boxes, medicinal herbs, opium and other products. These were brought in by the store's then merchant and operator, Chew Kee. The museum is a rammed earth structure, and is one of the last remaining Chinese structures that represents the once prosperous Chinese community of California.
  • Spanglish Arte

    2574 21st Street Sacramento, CA 95818 United States - Phone: +1 916 436 6079
    This unique art gallery takes local artists work and sells it at an international level. Spanglish Arte specializes in showcasing amazing local talent as well as offering workshops and classes for aspiring artists. The art found here favors owner, Mari Arreola's Mexican heritage with colorful pieces of Mayan, Central American and South American decorating the showroom. With deep roots in the community, not only is this establishment an art gallery, it also serves a Latino cultural center and boutique. 
  • Empire's Comic Vault

    1120 Fulton Avenue Sacramento, CA 95825 United States - Phone: +1 916 482 8779
    A comic book lovers delight, this Sacramento shop caters to the geeks in all of us. Aside from the popular comics carried here, the shop also offers an array of figurines, t-shirts, plush toys, DVDs, Anime, card games and more. A separate gaming area allows for game enthusiasts to come and play nightly in one of the many tournaments. Check website for details.
  • Great Escape Games

    1250 Howe Avenue Sacramento, CA 95825 United States - Phone: +1 916 927 0810
    Find everything you need and more for you're gaming needs at Great Escape Games. From role playing games like the classic Dungeons and Dragons to card games like Yu-Gi-Oh, this gamers paradise has it all. Best of all if they don't have it in stock, they'll order it for you!
  • Heart Clothing Boutique

    1903 Capitol Avenue Sacramento, CA 95811 United States - Phone: +1 916 441 1359
    Pouring her heart and soul into this beloved Sacramento boutique, Owner Vanessa Lopez takes pride in bringing a unique shopping experience to her clientele. Characterized by piece de resistance, a black chandelier, this charming shop features bold colors and statement pieces. Find your favorite brands like Keds, BB Dakota, Tulle, House of Harlow, Lush and more. 
  • Krazy Mary's

    3230 Folsom Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 6279
    From designer jeans to flirty summer dresses, Krazy Mary's is one the most popular women's boutiques in the Sacramento area. This personable boutique goes above and beyond to satisfy its clientele, ordering a range of sizes, colors and designs for women from all walks of life. Stop in today to see what Krazy Mary's has in store for you!
  • The Pink House

    1462 33rd Street Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 737 7465
    This charming women's boutique specializes in all the accessories you need to complete any outfit. Housed accordingly in a quant pink house, The Pink House is a local favorite among the fashionable women of Sacramento. Find stylish designer shoes, bags, wallets, jewelry, scarves and more. Popular brands like Rocket Dog and Hobo can be found here.
  • Zanzibar Trading

    1731 L Street Sacramento, CA 95811 United States - Phone: +1 916 443 2057
    Feel like you've stepped into an eclectic market stall in some far off country when you visit Zanzibar Trading. Carry unique handmade products from all over the world, this gem of a shop has items like tribal artifacts, precious stone jewelry, authentic Asian artwork and more. Best of all, these products don't come from some factory and aren't mass produced. So your guaranteed to find something unique. 
  • Old Ironsides

    1901 10th Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 443 9751
    When it comes to live local music, "Old I" is a Sacramento icon. Many famous bands started here, including Cake, Catfish and the Crawdaddies, and Mick Martin. Sometimes crowded, sometimes intimate, this bar features historical photos on the wood-paneled walls. The stage is in an adjoining room so patrons can usually find a booth in which to talk over the music if they choose. Full bar service is available.
  • Mishka's Cafe

    514 2nd Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 759 0811
    The coffee is always fresh here at Mishka's Cafe, thanks to the ancient gigantic coffee grinder/roaster sitting amidst the tables in this busy cafe. There is an eclectic mix of sandwiches and salads as well as calzones, wraps, ice cream, smoothies and Italian sodas among other delicacies. In addition to the aroma of coffee the atmosphere is culturally spiced up with local musicians playing favorite numbers.
  • The Torch Club

    904 15th Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 443 2797
    The Torch Club has been a landmark for the blues scene since its establishment in the 1930's. Conveniently located in midtown Sacramento, it offers patrons the chance to get their drink and dance on to live performances from popular blues bands almost every night of the week. Check the website for information on upcoming shows.
  • Faces

    2000 K Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +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. The busiest nights are Wednesday and Thursday. Face it has a ladies' night, karaoke and country line dancing. Check out the patio, a popular spot for meeting people and smoking.
  • Blue Lamp

    1400 Alhambra Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 455 3400
    This biker bar is the place to go for Blues. The club jumps on the weekends when powerhouse Bay Area acts perform. Wednesday nights are always interesting, when members of the audience are invited to jam with the house band. The cover charge depends on the event. Tip: Take a cab; the parking lot is very small.
  • Press Club

    2030 P Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 444 7914
    Looking for a way to dance your self back to the 80's? There's a club in Sacramento that you won't want to miss. The Press Club features an eclectic blend of 80's electro, house, and rock along with more modern selections of Goth and Punk. Offering drink specials throughout the week, at The Press Club you'll just have to pay a small amount for dancing to the music that's sure to keep you on your feet. Afraid of the same nightly mix? Fear not, because at The Press Club there are special events every evening. On Tuesday you'll hear your favorite 80's electro and on Sunday you can top off your weekend with free live music starting at 3p. For information on special upcoming events, visit their website.
  • The Distillery

    2107 L Street Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +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.
  • Powerhouse Pub

    614 Sutter Street Folsom, CA 95630 United States - Phone: +1 916 355 8586
    Local rock, blues and funk bands blend to make this pub the after-dark spot in historic Old Folsom. The place has a great bar, large screen televisions, plenty of games and an old-time roadhouse decor. Surrounded by the antique shops and restaurants, it offers the perfect spot to unwind after a day of shopping or sightseeing. Mainstay local bands like Beer Dawgs and Mercy Me, plus touring standouts like Maria Muldaur, perform on stage Wednesdays through Saturdays.
  • 815 L Street Club

    815 L Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 443 8155
    815 L Street Club is the place to "see and be seen." The tri-level club is equipped with a restored 50-foot-long mahogany bar. Deep plush booths with stained glass lamps allow for privacy. Next to the two huge dance floors, DJs from two Sacramento radio stations and other local celebrities spin the house with electrifying music. On Wednesday nights, you can fine-tune your East Coast swing moves in an advanced class taught by experts. The crowd is 20-30s. So you are guaranteed to have a good time!
  • Stag

    506 Main Street Woodland, CA 95695 United States - Phone: +1 530 668 8373
    Lawyers, farmers, students and antique collectors are likely to populate this bar on a typical afternoon. Friday and Saturday nights, the regulation pool table is pushed out of the way, and dancers crowd the floor. The music will probably be a local rhythm and Blues or country band. Sunday nights bring out the local billiard talent for a contest with prizes that make the competition interesting. There is no food here, however, there is a decent collection of beers on tap as well as mixed drinks.
  • Sophia's Thai Kitchen

    129 East Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 758 4333
    Regarded by many Davis residents as the best Thai food in town, Sophia's Thai Kitchen and Bar is often packed to the brim. Soft lighting and dark wood set the tone of the decor inside, while a high window overlooks a shaded courtyard where outdoor dining is available year-round. All the dishes on the menu reflect the chef's native Thai heritage and flair for spice, and the variety of fresh ingredients go a long way in creating that memorable flavor. Be sure to start off the meal with some of the "Appi-Thai-zers," especially the specialty Tod Mun corn fritters. Other specials include the sour-and-spicy soups, Boss' Favorite Green Curry, and Basil with Peanut Sauce. The restaurant also has a popular bar adjoining it, so drinks are available during dinner.
  • Luna's Cafe

    1414 16th Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 441 3931
    Here, the liquados are swirling delicacies brimming with juices of fresh cranberries, strawberries, limes, mangoes and a rainbow of other flavors in either a milk or orange juice base. The menu features healthy vegetarian sandwiches and soups for lunch or dinner. Every Thursday evening is devoted to poetry recitals, which can range from competitive slam style spoken word events to serious poets offering innovative lyrics. Wednesday-Saturday evenings feature local musicians in concert.
  • Harlow's

    2708 J Street Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 441 4693

    Featuring a casual art deco style, acclaimed local and national acts, and dinner shows with fusion cuisine, Harlow's is a Sacramento gem. Part restaurant, entertainment venue and lounge, this sleek and contemporary establishment offers patrons a unique experience. Cozy up to friends and family in one of the raised VIP booths while listening to the live tunes or enjoy the spacious patio complete with a full-service bar, lounge seating and fire pits. The pub menu has elevated classics like gourmet pizza, sandwiches, salads and appetizers. 

  • Feather Falls Casino

    3 Alverda Drive Oroville, CA 95966 United States - Phone: +1 530 533 3885
    Feather Falls Casino is one of the most entertaining casinos in Northern California. The casino offers its guests the choice to game as well as have a fantastic holiday filled with entertainment and good food. Live it up at the Cascade Showroom where well-known artists in country, pop and rock come to perform or walk on over to the Bow and Arrow Lounge and grab a cool beer. Or if you're hungry check out the Dream Catcher buffet, which offers a sumptuous spread of BBQ ribs and seafood. So head on down to Feather Falls, for a fun time.
  • Sudwerk Restaurant and Brewery

    2001 Second Street Davis, CA 95618 United States - Phone: +1 530 758 8700
    Sudwerk is a great place to catch a fast meal and some beer! Copper-colored kettles and huge circular structured seats make up the decor. The ambiance is very unruly, with noise levels touching the top of the decibel chart! The food is all German and you should give the sausages, burgers and sandwiches a try. While you're in the lobby gulping the food down, walk over to the bar for some exquisite Sudwerk beer. All the beer is brewed in accordance with "Reinheitsgebot”—the German purity law. It can get boisterous in here, but that's the fun of it all!
  • The Park UltraLounge

    1116 15th Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 7222
    The Park Ultralounge is where the elite of Sacramento come to play at night. Though its cover fees are more expensive than what you might expect from a Sacramento spot, this club is one of the nicest in the area. It features a posh interior and an outdoor patio with couches, firepits, and even curtained beds in the VIP section. Oddly enough, the bathrooms have made this club notorious around Sacramento: the men's and women's bathrooms are separated by two-way mirrors. The Ultralounge also offers food from the neighboring restaurants Mason's, which serves contemporary American cuisine, and Ma Jong's Asian Diner. Together, the Ultralounge, Mason's, and Ma Jong's make up The Park Downtown, a trendy area spawned from Sacramento's efforts toward sophistication.
  • Marilyn's on K

    908 K Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 446 4361
    Looking around for a cool place to hangout with pals, check out the Marilyn's on K bar. The laid back ambiance and the folding chairs add to the fun. Watch your favorite team play on the big T.V screen put up. Raise a toast with the extensive beer, wines and liquors. Try your hand at the pool table or the video games. Listen to the surprise guest band invited. It can be leased out for birthday parties or fund-raisers. After the day's hard work, relax at this place. Check website for timings.
  • Tropicana Club

    1696 Arden Way Sacramento, CA 95815 United States - Phone: +1 916 646 6406
    A hot favorite nightclub among locals, Tropicana Club is Sacramento's Latin nightclub. Shaking a leg here is a total stress buster for regulars to this haunt. Mexican bands often play here which is why this place is always crowded with music and dance lovers. Live music, DJ, energetic bands playing here attracts a lot of crowds on weekends. The place does not accept cards at all, so be sure to be loaded with cash!
  • Empire Event Center

    1417 R Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 448 3300
    Built in total urban fashion, this upscale bar is frequented by the city's rich and famous. Bars and lounges within the venue are always packed with action. Resident DJs play rock and hip hop for the guests to dance to. Occasionally, there are performances by famous bands and music groups or even fashion shows held. Festival bashes are great at the Empire Event Center and attracts huge crowds.
  • Azukar Lounge

    1616 J Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 444 8450
    Set on two levels and among the hip and happening haunts of Sacramento, Azukar Lounge is a sprawling 12,000 feet venue. The venue holds multiple bars, a restaurant, lounges and a dance floor that holds 1,000 people. The restaurant menu features Mexican varieties for surprisingly low prices! Tortillas, enchiladas, quesadillas and of course Margaritas. Beers and champagne are also available. The nightclub plays Miami and club music. You have to dress to impress in order to get into this nightclub.
  • Social Nightclub

    1000 K Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 443 9001
    Social Nightclub is an upscale drinking and clubbing joint where guests can expect nothing but the best in quality and service. The interiors go with the elite image of this club and are resplendent with comfy seating arrangements and some exceptional views of the city. Those looking for a quiet time can relax in the secluded and cozy V.I.P rooms and linger over premium drinks and socialize with a really sophisticated crowd. Spirited guests can hit the dance-floor and groove to the latest chart-busters churned out by the talented DJs.
  • MIX Downtown

    1531 L Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 8899
    MIX Downtown is the perfect place to spend an evening. There is dancing Wednesday through Sunday after 9p, so you can dance the night away while enjoying a wide selection of wines and specialty cocktails, including their specialty, Downtown Peach Cocktail. While you have a drink, make sure you try their food, such as the tandoori chicken skewers and smoked trout salad.
  • Club Retro

    6521 Hazel Avenue Orangevale, CA 95662 United States - Phone: +1 916 988 6606
    Club Retro is known for its huge space and sound system. The club has a VIP 'zone'  upstairs, where you can hold your own party and watch the bands performing. They are quite encouraging to new bands and also give them free snacks and drinks. Music and drinks are food for the soul here.
  • Club 88 - Cache Creek Casino

    14455 Highway 16 Brooks, CA 95606 United States - Phone: +1 530 796 3118 / +1 800 452 8181 (Toll Free)
    Club 88 at the Cache Creek Casino is famous for its decor, sound systems, lightning and much more. It is a great place to hangout, especially for people who wish to break free from their monotonous routine. With an ultra-modern dance floor, you can enjoy jazz, swing or be the karaoke star of the evening. With the highly energized Live DJ music and popular dance bands, you are sure to be entertained every moment. Call ahead or visit the website for further details.
  • District 30 (D30)

    1022 K Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 737 5770
    This premier Sacramento nightclub is where locals go to see and be seen. The sound and lighting system at District 30 is absolutely phenomenal and will have you dancing until the wee hours of the night. VIP tables are perfect for that special night out with a group of friends. Each and every night some new event is taking place so be sure to visit the website for details.
  • Parlare Euro Lounge

    1009 10th Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 448 8960
    Whether you're popping in for after work drinks or checking out Sacramento's late night hot spots, Parlare Euro Lounge is the place to be. Usually crowded with the young and beautiful denizens of California's capital, this trendy establishment features chic decor with private VIP booths, lounge seating, large dance floor and the latest tunes. Be sure to check out their website to find out more about upcoming events. 
  • T2 Nightclub and Lounge

    1443 Fulton Avenue Sacramento, CA 95825 United States - Phone: +1 916 978 9000
    A little on the dive bar side, this nightclub is a great place to kick back on the weekends or after a long day at work. Karaoke can be seen here throughout the week as well as resident DJ's that churn out the latest tunes on the weekend. Be prepared though, weekends are quite popular here and there is normally a cover charge.
  • Heron Technologies

    1970 5th Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 759 0134
    Heron Technologies has certified technicians who can repair IBM clones and Macintosh computers. The technicians have the capability of building computers, as well, "from the ground up" to exact customer specifications. Dealing with more than 20 wholesalers in California, the staff usually can build to specification with non-proprietary parts in two or three days. It also carries diverse software including games, and perhaps the largest selection of computer cables in Davis.
  • Amtrak Rail Passenger Terminal

    401 I Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 800 872 7245
    A block north of Downtown Plaza and within walking distance of several hotels, this is an excellent location from which to begin a Sacramento visit. Within the expansive interior with chandeliers branching widely under the high ceilings and solid wooden benches lining marble floors, paintings depicting the building of the trans-continental railroad are pleasant to admire while waiting for a train. Sacramento was the western terminus of the heroically constructed first railroad to connect the east and west coasts, making this station truly historic.
  • Alhambra Athletic Club

    1671 Alhambra Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 457 9300
    The gym is modern, with complete free-weight rooms, and a wide array of Nautilus equipment to work virtually every significant muscle group in your body. In addition to Stair Masters, treadmills and rowing machines, the gym offers many different classes to tune up your cardio-vascular system. These include aerobics, kickboxing and yoga classes. An indoor pool is in a portion of the building that is an interesting mix of turn-of-the-20th–century architecture and modern technology.
  • University of California Davis (UCD) Medical Center

    2315 Stockton Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95817 United States - Phone: +1 916 734 2011
    The services available here include an emergency room, Level I Trauma Center, an NCI-designated cancer center, a comprehensive children's hospital and a State Poison Control Center. This is a teaching hospital for UC Davis School of Medicine and also a public hospital for the under served and underfunded.
  • Mercy General Hospital

    4001 J Street Sacramento, CA 95819 United States - Phone: +1 916 453 4545
    Mercy General Hospital is 300-bed hospital affiliated with Catholic Health care West. With uncompromising ability and advanced scientific technologies, the highly professional doctors assure the best and safest treatments for the patients! the Emergency room and cardiovascular surgery services available. Other Mercy Hospital in the area is Mercy Hospital of Folsom 1650 Creekside Drive Folsom, CA 95603 (+1 916 983 7400).
  • Kaiser Permanente Hospital

    6600 Bruceville Road Sacramento, CA 95825 United States - Phone: +1 916 688 2106
    Emergency services and surgical facility are offered at Kaiser Permanente Hospital. This 350-bed hospital is an HMO. Other Kaiser Hospitals in the area are Kaiser South 6600 Bruceville Road Sacramento, CA 95823 (+1 916 688-2000) and Kaiser Roseville 31600 Eureka Road Roseville, CA 95661 (+1 916 784 4000).
  • Sutter General Hospital

    2801 L Street Sacramento, CA 95816 United States - Phone: +1 916 454 2222
    This facility provides emergency services, a surgical facility, cancer treatment center and performs cancer research. Free parking in a covered garage is available about half a block from the hospital.
  • Hornet Stadium

    6000 J Street Sacramento, CA 95819 United States - Phone: +1 916 278 4933
    Home to the Sacramento State Hornets football team, this stadium is one of the largest facilities in the Big Sky Conference. Watch 17,000 screaming fans having the time of their lives, especially during the World League Divisional Playoffs. Used also as a concert venue, Phil Collins and Genesis were the first musicians to perform here to absolutely packed crowds.
  • Davis Bike Club

    610 3rd Street Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 756 0186
    The Davis Bike Club is a club for passionate cyclists. It is a non-profit organization, formed to support and encourage all kinds of riders. Its members comprise commuters, racers and touring cyclists. Moreover, it also has its own race team called the DCB Race Team. The riders meet regularly to race, tour, train or simply take fun rides. Popular cycling races like the Davis Criterium Classic take place each year in downtown Davis. For race schedules, bicycle rentals, shops, sponsors, events and more, just log on to the website.
  • Cal Expo

    1600 Exposition Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95815 United States - Phone: +1 916 263 3000
    Located in the Arden area of Sacramento, Cal Expo hosts a variety of concerts and expo shows, a sports wagering center, and the California State Fair. Its venues (18 at the present) are also available for private party rentals. Cal Expo is also home to Raging Waters, a popular water park open during the spring/summer. Check the website for information about upcoming events at Cal Expo.
  • Apple Store

    1689 Arden Way Sacramento, CA 95815 United States - Phone: +1 916 643 0960
    This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • The Cove at Cal Expo

    1600 Exposition Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95815 United States - Phone: +1 916 263 3000
    The Cove located in Cal Expo is a 4,100 seat arena that is ideal for meetings, seminars, award ceremonies and outdoor events. The services provided include security, parking, stage labor and decoration. The stage arena has advanced lighting and the seating area includes dance floors and stages. Pre-sale ticketing and catering services are also part of the services offered.
  • The Grand

    1025 9th Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 443 4483
    The Grand belonging to the Capitol Plaza Ballrooms is one of the largest reception venues. The 1,000-seater hall is ideal for weddings, ballroom functions and banquets. Located conveniently in downtown Sacramento, the ballroom hall provides a perfect ambiance of elegance and tradition. The venue is also ideal for cocktail parties, luncheons, trade shows and conferences. Additional amenities include fine culinary service provided by the experts cooks.
  • Elks No. 6

    6446 Riverside Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95831 United States - Phone: +1 916 422 6666
    Since 1877, Elks No.6 has served various purposes and stands till date as a leading venue for any kind of event. Banquet style, lounge rooms, patio and Emblem room are the different facilities to suit different kinds of events. It also features a fitness centre that has with cardio and weight equipment, a pool and Jacuzzi, squash court and a barbecue area. Some events for youngsters are arranged here and elicit a good response.
  • Orange Cab

    1407 J Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 233 6261
    Orange Cab promises to provide an optimum cab service at the lowest rates possible. This Sacramento Valley cab company has a large fleet of well-maintained taxicabs that offer airport transfers and door-to-door service round the clock. Other features include non-smoking cabs, parcel delivery and corporate accounts. The orange colored cabs can be hailed from the streets, or you may book-it in advance by phone.
  • Dave's Taxi Service

    2739 River Plaza Drive Sacramento, CA 95833 United States - Phone: +1 916 879 6000
    If you're arriving in Sacramento but haven't booked a cab to pick you up from the airport, or you don't know which company to contact for a Sacramento Valley sightseeing tour, then here's what you're looking for! Dave's Taxi Service will attend to all your needs. This cheap and efficient airport shuttle-cum-taxicab service caters to your different transportation needs. The modern fleet of vehicles are handled by well-trained drivers who will safely take you to your destination. Other features include pet transport and non-smoking cabs.
  • Sacramento Convention Center Exhibit Hall

    1400 J Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 808 5291
    The Exhibit Hall at the Sacramento Convention Center is a 134,000 square-foot space that is a prominent venue for a multitude of events the year round. During event days, this hall spans five divisions serving various purposes. This venue has played host to events such as 'California State Home & Garden Show' and Cheer leading Competitions.
  • Sacramento

    Sacramento Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 800 292 2334
    Sacramento is the capital city of the North American state of California. The city acquires its name from the Spanish word Sacramento which means Sacrament. The city is famous for being the location of the California State Capitol building. When you are in Sacramento, don't forget to check out Old Sacramento, the Tower theater, The Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament, the Sacramento Bicycle Kitchen and the Folsom Prison. This place is also known for its quaint coffee shops, so make sure to step into one, for a cup of your favorite beverage.
  • McClellan Airfield

    Off North Forcum Avenue McClellan, CA 95652 United States - Phone: +1 916 874 5220
    Located around 12 miles from downtown Sacramento, the McClellan Airfiled now occupies the space formerly designated as the McClellan Air Force Base. A wide range of aerial operations and services are offered at this public airport falling within the community of McClellan Park that attracts hordes of business travelers year after year. Special aeronautic events and spectacles form part of the yearly agenda at this airport. Contact the Department of Economic Development, county of Sacramento for more details.
  • Davis Little League Complex

    Junction of F Street and Covell Boulevard Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 530 341 3160
  • Rocklin Ranch Veterinary Hospital

    2311 Sunset Boulevard Rocklin , CA 95765 United States - Phone: +1 916 624 5582
  • East Sacramento

    Mission Way Alley Sacramento, CA 95819 United States - Phone: +1 916 264 5011(Tourist Information)
  • About Time Limousines

    7909 Walerga Road Suite 112 Antelope, CA 95843 United States - Phone: +1 916 331 2211

     About Time Limousines provides luxury chauffeured transportation in and around the Sacramento region. From airport pickups to a night on the town to wine tasting expeditions, the uniformed drivers will take you where you want to go. Enjoy an excursion in one of their beautiful limousines.

  • RockBand University‎

    720 Olive Drive H Davis, CA 95616 United States - Phone: +1 408 505 7609
    For budding musicians from 10 to 18 years of age who are keen on making it on stage as a member of a rock band, enroll for summer sessions at RockBand University‎. Known as "Davis's Official School of Rock", the institute gives a chance for budding musicians to rehearse, jam and perform with other artists on stage. This institute is a perfect place for students to start off with their careers in music. Apart from training, the RockBand University‎ also serves as a venue for concerts.
  • C.K. McClatchy High School

    3066 Freeport Boulevard Sacramento, CA 95818 United States - Phone: +1 916 264 4400
    Erected in 1937, C.K. McClatchy High School was the first high school in Sacramento City Unified School District. This high school was named after Charles Kenny McClatchy, the founder of McClatchy Newspapers and The Sacramento Bee. The school building features varied architectural styles: Classical Revival, Moderne and Mannerist Revival. C.K. McClatchy High School is renowned for offering the best education in California. Along with studies, extra-curricular activities are given equal importance, to ensure overall development of the pupil.
  • Bok Kai Temple

    First Street Marysville, CA 95901 United States - Phone: +1 415 608 1222 / +1 916 715 7719
    A traditional Chinese Temple in the city of Marysville, California, it was built in the year 1854, five years after the first contingent of Chinese immigrants arrived in California to work the goldmines during the California Gold Rush. The Temple houses Bok Kai, the God of water, having said to have control over the rains. The original temple was destroyed by fire and was replaced in the year 1880. The temple is the only one in the nation housing this God. It hosts an annual festival and parade in spring. It is open for visits at other times, but needs prior arrangements. Check website for more information.
  • Boulevard Park

    E Street Sacramento, CA 95811 United States - Phone: +1 510 498 0437 (Tourist Information)
    It is a historic residential neighborhood located in Midtown Sacremento, California. It consists of more than 300 historic buildings that have former architectural glory. Also known as the Boulevard Park Historic District, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. After World War II, original home owners sold their houses and moved out of the neighborhood, allowing alterations to the atmosphere. However, Urban Renewal in 1970s reclaimed the area and homes were restored to retain their original architectural aesthetics.
  • Downtown Woodland Historic District

    Main Street Woodland, CA 95695 United States - Phone: +1 530 237 4253(Tourist Information)
    Downtown Woodland Historic District is located in Woodland, California and is spread over 370 acres (149 hectares). It is a historical landmark in California and has iconic buildings like Hotel Woodland, Porter Building, Woodland Opera House, Woodland Public Library, and Jackson Building. It got listed on the National Register of Historic Places on June 22, 1999.
  • Fiddletown

    Fiddletown Fiddletown, CA 95629 United States - Phone: +1 209 245 6042
    Fiddletown is a celebrated town that was initially inhabited by Missourians in 1849 and the 1850s. At an elevation of 1683 feet (513 meters), it is a census-designated location in Amador County, California. It boasts of the Oleta Schoolhouse that was built back in 1862 and serves as a center for imparting community culture and education. The Chew Kee Store, old Chinese General Store and the Chinese gambling hall are eminent places within this town. Since it is of great historic significance, the town was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
  • Episcopal Church of Our Saviour

    2979 Coloma Street Placerville, CA 95667 United States - Phone: +1 530 622 2441
    The Episcopal Church of our Saviour welcomes it's people and the tourists to enlighten all with the knowledge of God. Worship is a main part of the activities here, along with that the church also offer the sunday school that teaches
    the kids more about God and the Church. The church stands beautiful in it's architecture in the Carpenter Gothic style and welcomes people from all over to come and worship and know more about the parish and events.

  • Locke Historic District

    Levee Street Walnut Grove, CA 95690 United States - Phone: +1 916 776 1661
    Spread over 14 acres (5.7 hectares) of land, the Locke, also known as the Locke Historic District that was built by the Chinese immigrants. Featuring the Chinese architects, most of the houses here comprised of the Gothic Revival style. Also consisting of several restaurants, bakeries, fish markets, gambling halls, grocery stores, school, clothing stores, etc. this site consisted of everything that a fully fledged district would contain.

  • Westminster Presbyterian Church

    1300 North Street Sacramento, CA 95814 United States - Phone: +1 916 442 8939
    The Westminster Presbyterian Church is a historical Presbyterian church site. The magnificently constructed church building dates back to 1927, and it finely traces the Mission-Spanish Colonial Revival styles of architecture. Owing to the immense monumental value of the church, it featured in the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Woodland Public Library

    250 First Street Woodland, CA 95695 United States - Phone: +1 530 661 5980
    The Woodland Public Library is touted to be one of the few foremost libraries that are still extant. This Mission Revival building was included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places and continues to serve the region with its excellent collection of books and reference materials.
  • Yolo Branch Library

    37750 Sacramento Street Yolo, CA 95697 United States - Phone: +1 530 662 2363
    The Yolo Branch Library dates back to the year 1918 and has been serving the community of Yolo for a fairly long time. It stands listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1990. The library includes a wide range of resourceful books and volumes. Check website for details.