Tips For Eating Well In Old Sacramento

Old Sacramento is a historical district and state park on the banks of the Sacramento River. The wooden sidewalks and store fronts evoke the Gold Rush era, and tourists come to enjoy the authentic Old West atmosphere. In addition to tours, museums, and historical re-enactments, the district has plenty of good places to eat, drink, and relax. The following are a few tips for eating well when visiting the city.

Best Places For A Quick Lunch

There are plenty of Old Town Sacramento Restaurants that offer a quick bite to eat or a cup of coffee between shopping, museum visits, and other activities. Railroad Fish & Chips offers a delicious clam chowder in a sourdough bread bowl, in addition to the dish it’s named for. Another excellent lunch option is a slice of pizza from Slice of Old Sacramento. Customers can order pizza by the slice for a quick but filling meal, or they can get whole pizzas with a range of toppings. One more favorite, especially for families with kids, is Sam’s Cafe, which offers hot dogs, french fries, and ice cream.

Best Places For A Sweet Treat

In addition to Sam’s Cafe, the Old Sacramento Cafe is a popular attraction for visitors who are looking to indulge their sweet tooth. The family-owned business specializes in ice-cream, frozen yogurt, and milkshakes. Old Sacramento Sweets offers handmade chocolates, fudge, and nut brittles of all kinds. Other restaurants that offer sweet treats include Danny’s Mini Donuts, Milk House Shakes, and Boxcar Eats.

Best Places For A Sit-Down Dinner

After a day of exploring the historic district, visitors to Old Sacramento want to sit down to a relaxing dinner. According to many reviewers, Fanny Ann’s Saloon is one of the best restaurants in Old Sacramento for a traditional burger and fries. The restaurant is named for a steamboat, the Fanny Ann, which was built in 1842 to carry both people and supplies. Another restaurant that offers a real Old West ambiance is River City Saloon. The historic building once housed a brothel and was renovated in the 1960s with an eye to replicating the original decor. The menu offers a variety of sandwiches and drinks, including locally brewed Sarsaparilla.

To find out more about the best restaurants Old Sac has to offer, check out the Sacramento Top 10 Old Sacramento Restaurant Guide. The website includes all kinds of information about businesses, events, attractions, and weather to help tourists get the most out of their visit.


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