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Sacramento Gourmet Walking Tour
"Come explore Sacramento's best restaurants and specialty food stores along with the chefs architecture and history that make the region an exciting culinary destination. This 3-hour culinary walking tour will take you into five to six restaurants down alleyways behind corners and through one-way streets to view and learn about local farm-to-fork menus where the locals hang out and the art and culture scenes in and around Sacramento.Along the way you will pop into venues with ingredients and libations to tantalize your palate. Your culinary concierge will be walking with the group in and out of local bakeries
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Urban Food and Libations Walking Tour in Midtown Sacramento
"Come explore Sacramento's best restaurants and specialty food stores along with the chefs architecture and history that make the region an exciting culinary destination. This 3.5 hour culinary walking tour will take you into five to six restaurants down alleyways behind corners and through one-way streets to view and learn about local farm-to-fork menus Midtown's local mural artist and the thriving art community and where the locals hang out in and around Sacramento's hippest neighborhood Midtown.Along the way you will pop into venues with ingredients and libations to tantalize your palate. Your culinary concierge will be walking with the group in and out of local mom and pop eateries
From $68.00
 
Sacramento Scavenger Hunt Adventure
"The adventure begins near the Capitol Building and takes you on a well-designed course among historic monuments down through the streets of Sacramento among great artwork and to the riverfront and Old Town Sacramento! The tour requires approximately 2 miles of walking with numerous stops along the route to complete challenges and decipher clues. The game software tracks team points and posts the final score to a city leaderboard for those with a competitive edge. Using a smart phone as “the guide” allows parti leaving time to stop for a bite to eat or simply to enjoy the capitol and the city scenery. Great for families friends and those ready to have fun while seeing the city! Please note that pricing is per Group. One voucher is valid for your team of 2-5 people."""
From $39.00

Most Viewed Nightlife in Sacramento

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The K Bar is a relatively new restaurant and bar in downtown Sacramento. It is part of the Paragary group of at least nine restaurants that is owned by three local partners. It is located at the old...
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Live Music

The Sac memorial auditorium was built in 1927 and was dedicated to all the Sacramento citizens who died in war. Though it is elegant in appearance, it is very warm and welcoming...to Sacramento...
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Dancing

This club has lots of parking space, compared to clubs in midtown or downtown. The age group is 18-35 yrs. old, and they play different kinds of music each day. The cover charge is between $5-$10, and...
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Eating / Drinking

Although Midtown (see tips on that), the mixed commercial/residential portion of the old central core Sacramento just east of downtown, has long dominated nightlife, with nightclubs, bars, eateries,...
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Sleep Train Arena

Attending an NBA game featuring the Sacramento Kings has been for years a great sporting event to witness locally. Despite their generally poor records, folks like myself, flocked to the ARCO arena...
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Second Saturday

Second Saturday is an arts and music walk that happens on the second Saturday of every month in midtown Sacramento. It started as an arts walk a couple of years ago but now has grown into a variety of...
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Crest Theatre

The Crest Theater has been a symbol of downtown Sacramento long before we moved to Sacramento. Its elegant marquee reaches above the building and at night the bright neon takes one back to another...
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Various Clubs & Eateries

Midtown Sacramento is actually the most hip and lively part of the city actually. This is the old heavily residential, but mixed residential/office/commercial area of the city on the eastern edge of...
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Tower Theatre

In addition to the Crest, Sacramento has another venerable old art cinema. Since 1938, this theatre has been showing movies--making it the longest continuously-running cinema in the city. Casual, come...
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Esquire IMAX Theatre

Any major city today has at least one IMAX theatre, and Sacramento is no exception. This one is downtown, near the Crest Theatre. So you can take in a show at each one in a day. Come as you are.
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1209 L Street, Sacramento, California, 95814, United States
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1000 Front Street, Sacramento, California, 95814, United States
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2540 Venture Oaks Way, Sacramento, California, 95833-3200, United States
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909 3rd St, Sacramento, California, 95814, United States
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1230 J Street, Sacramento, California, 95814, United States
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555 Howe Ave., Sacramento, California, 95825, United States
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Top Things to Do in Sacramento

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California State Railroad Museum

The California Railroad Museum is a world class museum that depicts how the railroad resulted in the development of the Western United States. The museum which was opened in 1976 consists of six new...
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California State Capitol

Built in 1874 in a Neoclassical style. This is the 8th capitol building in California and the second in Sacramento after the capitol moved here from Benicia. the building is modeled on the US capitol...
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Crocker Art Museum

Modern and cultural art in a historic mansion. The mansion and the original art collection was owned by Judge Edwin Crocker who built the mansion in 1868. It was donated to the city by his widow in...
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Chinatown

This is and area that the city is trying to revamp, but it looks like it is going slowly. There are a number of vacant retail stores, and just not "spiffy" to walk down the street. Could get...
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Old Sacamento

This section of the city was the nucleus when it started in 1848 with the gold discoveries. Thousands of people came here to seek their fortune and maybe even find gold. Sam Brannen began a store here...
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Riverboat Cruise

You can cruise the Sacramento River on board the "Spirit of Sacramento" or the "Matthew McKinley." These riverboats look like the paddlewheelers that ply America's rivers in the past. Sightseeing...
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"Six Hours in Sacramento"
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"A Very Nice Community and Climate"
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"SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA"
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