Dining in Sacramento Has Never Been So Good

Dining in Sacramento Has Never Been So Good

California’s capital blends culture, arts and agriculture, so diners can come to expect high quality fare when dining in Sacramento.

Whether you desire contemporary Japanese, seasonal California bistro fare or the surprising find, like sweetbread tacos or chicken-fried mushroom po’ boys, you’ll always find that you can chow down in Sactown.

Check out these five great restaurants when dining in Sacramento:

1. Kru Contemporary Japanese Cuisine

Savor house-made pork gyoza and cold ramen to pork belly and uni with a sansho peppercorn gastrique. For an extravagant experience, try the $125 omakase that rivals San Fran’s best mid-priced tasting menus.

– Located on 3135 Folsom Blvd., Sacramento.

2. Mother

I’ll bet that your mother never told you that veggies could taste this good! Vegetarians love coming here. But it’s not just a vegetarian eatery. The chicken-fried mushroom-filled po’, boy and the hearty chili verde are always in demand.

– Located at 1023 K Street, Sacramento.

3. Track 7 Brewing

Bring your buds for some world-class suds. Sip some bold IPAs and well-balanced porters and stouts from the 2011-established Track 7, with kid and dog-friendly taprooms in Curtis Park (the original) and Natomas (the production facility). Friendly tip: Check their calendar for fun monthly trivia nights.

– Located at: 3747 W. Pacific Avenue, Suite F, Sacramento and at 826 Professor Lane, Sacramento.

4. Magpie Cafe

Dinner jumps from braised pork with prunes, quince and lemongrass to a Chez Panisse-evoking grilled and roasted vegetable plate with heirloom beans to the amazing Thursday-only fried chicken for two. Brunch warrants its long, Mission-esque lines. For drinks, enjoy classic cocktails with creative flair, plus a well-curated draft beer list.

– Located at 1601 16th. Street, Sacramento.

5. Gunther’s

Dinner and lunch would not be complete without sweet relief: Gunther’s classic ice cream. Savor the decadent fudge brownie or the taro and Thai tea, and for the less adventurous there’s always the traditional banana split or Oreo pie.

– Located at 2801 Franklin Blvd., Sacramento.

About McClellan RV Park

About 12 miles from the Old Sacramento Historic District, McClellan RV Park hosts RVs with longer term stay visitors including workers at PG&E, Kaiser, and other places in the area. Book your stay and enjoy the world-class dining scene that is Sactown.


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