Downtown Commons is Sacramento’s latest collection of retail, restaurant, and entertainment venues flourishing around the Golden 1 Center. Known locally as DOCO, this is where locals and visitors from around the globe gather together to turn a quiet evening into an experience of a lifetime. Restaurants and bars found here are renowned for being organic, locally sourced, handcrafted, and on-tap, making every bite an event to remember.
Located on Stockton Boulevard between Florin Road and Fruitridge Road, the area known as Little Saigon is home to immigrant business owners settling from Southeast Asia over the past 30 years. The region has become famous for its Vietnamese and Chinese cuisine and Southeast Asian specialty markets. The two-mile stretch of authentic restaurants and grocery stores brings unique flavor to Sacramento’s restaurant scene that boasts deep roots in Southeast Asian tradition and history.
The R Street corridor, located on R Street to S Street between 7th Street and 15th Street, is built on the historic railway warehouse district and boasts a variety of flavors. Whether you are craving a delicious bowl of ramen or the finest craft beer, R Street is sure to be the highlight for foodies looking for a wide selection of regional dining and cocktails.
Located at the corner of Pavilions Lane and Fair Oaks Boulevard, the Pavilions are home to luxury merchants, exclusive brands, and sumptuous dining experiences. The exquisite fine dining options are enhanced by flower-lined walkways and a shaded, relaxing ambiance.
The Historic District is known as the heart of Folsom and is rich in history and bursting with charm. The Historic District began in the 1850’s when gold prospectors, settlers and the Pony Express rode through the center of town. From simple to fine dining, the wide variety of restaurants found in the Historic District will please any palette.
Located between 16th and 29th streets, Midtown boasts something for everyone, from one-of-a-kind restaurants, to Farm-to-Fork fare, to a renowned cocktail and craft beer scene. The Handle District is a vibrant and eclectic mix of some of Midtown’s most popular establishments and when combined with the authentic restaurants found in the heart of Midtown and the fantastic bar scene in the Sutter District, visitors will have a blast exploring the urban core and embrace the fun and funky environment that is Midtown.
Known as the heart of Downtown Sacramento, The Kay runs from L Street to J Street between 13th and 7th The Kay draws its energy from a diverse mix of hotels, restaurants, and entertainment venues. Visitors can dine or drink in a sleek modern venue with wonderfully preserved historic landmarks as the backdrop.