Great places to eat in Sacramento California

Amaro Bistro & Bar

Amaro Bistro is close to its sister, Shady Lady Saloon, which happened to be named of of the top bars in 2014 according to Esquire Magazine.  Now the owners have teamed up with Abe Cunningham, which is Defton’e sdrummer.  The focus is on pizza and Italian dishes.  The bar emphasizes Amari, Herbal Liquers and has cocktails like Black Betty, DeGrassi and Queen City.

1100 R St
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 555-1234

Binchoyaki – Izakaya Dining

A lot of people have tried to bring an Izakaya restaurant to Sacramento and many have failed.  It appears that Binchoyaki has finally succeeded.  The focus of Binchoyaki is grilled skewers and small plates that hae been found in izakaya or other Japanese style social houses.


2226 10th St
Sacramento, CA 95818
(916) 469-9448

Chando’s Cantina y Gastronomia

This restaurant started out as a walk-up stand, and it quickly changed into  4 food trucks and 3 fixed locations.  The newest location is the craziest so far.  It is a cantina that features a bar, table service, and regional tapas that are not normally found in the United States.  The bar is open until 3am, and it will feature mezcal and tequila cocktails as well as a signature drink reminiscent of combining chili power and Mexican fruit salad!

805 15th St
Sacramento, CA 95814

El Rey

This place is located just across the street from the new arena and and opens with Golden 1 Center’s opening.  You can expect great Mexian bites including tacos, duck, ahi, rockfish, carnitas, veggie and more!  There are lots of screens to watch all the games and also this place has two bars.


723 K St
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 400-4170


Guess what type of person you will find dining at Kru on their off days?  Chefs!  That’s right.  There has been plenty of people looking forward to this place sharing a new buildi as OBO’.  The new location will feature a full-serice bar, private dining pace, more seating, a retail shop, a bigger waiting area, and will also include expanded seating.

3145 Folsom Blvd
(916) 551-1559

Malt & Mash

Right besides El Rey and owned by the same ownership group is Malt & Mash.  it’s an Irish Pub with a not-so-Irish menu.  You’ll discover a wide variety of traditional irish food.  There is also a patio that faces the arena, so it makes it a great spot for big party events on holidays like St. Patrick’s Day.

715 K St
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 476-4403

Pushkin’s Bakery

Pushkin’s Bakery started out as a small gluten-free bakery, it soon became a blockbuster which featured bake goods like cakes, cookies, and breads.  Their gluten-free buns are shipped to many different restaurants.  They’e opened a restaurant in the center of Midtown that not only features their original gluten free menu items, but it now has up to 60% Vegan items as well.  It is normally open from 8am to 4pm with hopes of it opening soon for dinner time

1820 29th St
Sacramento, CA 95816

These are just a few things that you will discover about the wonderful city of Sacramento.  If you need any assistance don’t hesitate to call for more information!