Cafeteria 15L is Sacramento’s newest comfort and eclectic urban restaurant offering American comfort cuisine with a classic flair. Designed by the designers of The Park and Mix Downtown, Cafeteria 15L features 2 outdoor patios. Traditional dishes are created with a twist to evoke the nostalgia and comfort of a home-cooked meal. Open for lunches, dinners, and late night weekend dining. Cafeteria 15L’s menu items feature farm to table fresh homespun creations, including “Blue Plate Specials.”
The 33rd Street Bistro has been an East Sacramento favorite since brothers Matt & Fred Haines opened it in 1995. Incorporating the flavors and techniques of the Pacific Northwest, 33rd Street Bistro offers generous, full-flavored portions of food with appealing prices. Enjoy Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner seven days a week in a casual but stylish environment and featuring a full bar.
The Riverside Clubhouse is just minutes away from downtown Sacramento and the State Capital. Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and sit by the thirty foot-long wall of water or the three-tier fireplace on our inviting patio. Watch television on one of our three 50-inch Plasma TV’s. Or enjoy the warmth of our “Burning Crystal” fireplace in the lounge.
The cuisine at Dawson’s is prepared using the freshest local ingredients and unexpected twists on American classics. Indulge in signature dishes like our Bone-in Ribeye, Seafood Cioppino and Lobster Mac and Cheese. And don’t end the evening without a slice of Vo’s Famous Carrot Cake. Chef Jason Poole and his team are continually perfecting their techniques so that your dining experience with us is a memorable one. Reservations are recommended.
A Sactown favorite for generations is back. Located on the corner of 29th and P Streets, Suzie Burger signals the return of a classic burger, as well as cheesesteaks, shakes, hotdogs, and other tasty treats.
Block Butcher Bar is a boutique salumi, spirits and wine bar. The menu features house-cured charcuterie, fine artisanal cheeses and seasonal bites. Located in the heart of midtown, on 20th & K Street, next to LowBrau.