Things to do in Sacramento on a Friday Night
On the hunt for fun things to do on a Friday night in Sacramento? We surveyed a few of the locals in the area to find out what they like to do and where they prefer to go to kick off the weekend. Taking an electric scooter to a few Sacramento bars or catching a Burlesque show and dinner in Midtown were just a few of the suggestions. What’s your favorite thing to do in Sacramento on a Friday Night?
Must Try Sacramento Restaurants
Mulvaney’s B&L (Building and Loan) is a popular American restaurant in Sacramento. The eatery offers fresh farm-to-table dishes. Because the dishes revolve around seasonal ingredients the menu frequently changes. The Grilled Beelers Double Cut Pork Chop with Roasted Butterball potatoes, baby squash, and fig chutney is a meal you’ll remember forever.
The neighborhood restaurant in Midtown Sacramento features a seasonal menu that offers Italian and French cuisine. If you’re a seafood lover, the Seared Sea Scallops with Cool Gazpacho, Charred Corn-Monterey Squid Salsa, Marinated Squash, Crispy Onions, and Salsa Verde Crema is a must. The Waterboy also has a full bar with a diverse wine list and craft artisanal cocktails.
The Red Rabbit Kitchen & Bar
In the heart of Midtown next to McKinley Park in Sacramento, you’ll find The Red Rabbit Kitchen & Bar. The Sacramento restaurant serves an eclectic artisan menu full of local flavors including vegetarian and vegan options. If you’re feeling really hungry you can try to conquer “The Pounder.” A Grilled Marinated Porterhouse Steak with a Meyery Lemon Picatta Sauce, Roasted Fingerling Potatoes, and Asparagus.
Cool Bars in Sacramento to Belly Up to
Sacramento Brew Bike
The 15-passenger bike/bar provides 2 or 3-hour tours in the Downtown Sacramento area making pitstops at local bars and restaurants. Sac Brew Bike has become a popular attraction and has been rated the #1 best bike tour in Sacramento by TripAdvisor and Yelp. If you’re looking for a new way to bar hop in Sactown, this is it.
The Trophy Club
The premiere speakeasy and cocktail bar in Sacramento is known for its unforgettable hand-crafted cocktails. The local watering hole is members only. The password to the Trophy Club speakeasy is shared via social media.
The local bar in Sacramento has a lengthy list of beers on tap as well as seasonal cocktails. The atmosphere at The Cabin is relaxed and rustic with a friendly staff of knowledgeable bartenders.
A mainstay of Sacramento’s music community, Harlow’s started as a cafe. Eventually, it grew into a Sacramento restaurant and began hosting live music. The local venue also hosts monthly Burlesque shows in Sacramento making it a perfect spot to hang out on a Friday night.
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Check out the other episodes of Eat Play Stay for more great spots for day trips and weekend getaways near Sacramento.
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