Quality Inn Sacramento North
3796 NORTHGATE BLVD
Sacramento, CA 95834
Phone: (916) 927-7117
Fax: (916) 646-1433
3796 NORTHGATE BLVD, Sacramento, CA, US, 95834
- Phone: (916) 927-7117
- Fax: (916) 646-1433
Bars & Cafes
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.
A gem of a restaurant on the Sacramento river, the Pearl never drifts away from delighting its visitors with awesome American delicacies and spectacular views. The menu of the restaurant is seasonal, which is curated by the expert chef Matthew Jones. The seafood and steak delicacies are prepared using fresh ingredients sourced from local suppliers. Be it the small plates like Grilled Oysters, Bruschetta with Fresh Fig and the famous Bowl of Clam Chowder or the big plates like New York Strip Steak Grilled and Pan Seared Scallops, you can vouch on it for quality as well as regional flavors. Complementing the food menu is the excellent wine and champagne list, which has varieties like Sauvignon Blanc, Blanc de Noirs and Chardonnay offered by the glass. Choose a table next to the window to enjoy the splendid views of the river.
Located on the riverbank Marina, Crawdads River Cantina is the best place for live music and great food. The menu constitutes of chicken and spinach quesadillas, coconut shrimp, garlic steak sandwich or homemade deserts such as peach melba sundae. They have happy hours from Monday to Friday from 3p to 6p and on Sundays from 10:30a to 1p. Crawdads is known for their impeccable service. Summers are the best to spend here especially with the view of the river and with the cool breeze blowing away.
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!
This bar has red velvet and gold wallpaper, deep black leather booths and romantic lighting. Friday and Saturday nights local bands, dressed in their “lounge lizard” finery, perform excellent renditions of some of the Rat Pack's signature songs. Patsy Cline and other torch singers are paid their due as well. Prominent blues bands have also been known to stop by and bring an electric charge to the atmosphere. Food is available during breakfast and lunch.
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.
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.
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.
Nestled in the midst of a number of small shops and candy stores, Ten22 is a hidden gem in the old Sacramento area. Those lucky ones who have managed to find it on their first visit get to relish on the American delicacies served in a bright and airy setup, that stretches on to its patio. A must visit spot for those looking for an outdoor dining spot for lunch or dinner during summers. The menu is extensive and comprises the regular fare like BBQ Oysters and Sausages, Housemade Salami and Provolone Pizzas and an array of starters. And that's not all, as the bar inside Ten22 has a variety of beers on tap, that would give most of the beer bars in the city a run for their money. Live music is scheduled every Friday and Saturday, to complement your time here. A delight for the after-work crowd, the bar extends its weekdays happy hour till close time. So choose your night and make sure you head to Ten22 for a delectable treat.
Fanny Anne's Saloon is an old-fashioned beer and burger joint. The saloon features a Main Bar on the ground floor and a game and bar area on the floor above. But there is no way to describe the memorabilia hanging from the walls and staring at you (like a moose head!). Besides beer, mixed drinks, and shots, the place makes a really good hamburger. The crowd is friendly and often pretty loud.
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.
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.