Map &
Been here?
Rate it

Top Tours

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
Origins of Sacramento Food And History Walking Tour
"The Origins of Sacramento Walking Food and Cultural Tour explores the very beginnings of Sacramento  from Sutter’s colony Nueva Helvecia to the Fabulous Forties with tastings of hidden gem eateries to local favorites.  You’ll learn about how the many diverse immigrant groups forged our great city and created its agricultural dominance. Participants enjoy a 3.5  hour 2.75 mile flat walking route past historical national landmarks gorgeous mission style churches and famed architecture throughout period neighborhoods.  Liberally sprinkled among these sites are local eateries that echo the region’s diverse culinary scene. Our Origins of Sacramento Food Tour finds us mean"""The Origins of Sacramento Food and History Walking Tour explores the very beginnings of Sacramento
From $62.00
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

Zinfandel Grille Tips (2)

Zinfandel Grille: Clean Atmosphere

I have been to two of the three Zinfandel locations. The first one I went to was at a hotel in Rocklin, CA on my first night in town. The atmosphere was great but the food came out cold. I made a point of taking a trip to the line where I was able to talk to the cooks. They all seemed to enjoy their jobs and told me of the pressures of working with their three man line. I told them that the food was quite tasty but came out cold, they seemed to appreciate the compliment and information and we parted ways as new friends.
My second trip to this restaurant was at the end of my internship and we were looking at the outdoor seating which featured a great fireplace, waterfalls and shade trees. We went inside and enjoyed lunch and a nice bottle of wine. The bar at this location had a really great bench seat tucked in the corner which offered a view of the entire room with great privacy.

My third trip to this restaurant was back at the first location for my going away dinner. My family played a trick by having many of the staff presenting me with gifts throughout the night. The night was one I would remember for a long time, but the staff made it that much better.

Favorite Dish My first trip I had the Grilled Salmon and Roasted Vegetables. I also had the Calamari appetizer. While the food had great flavor it was served quite cold.

My second trip to the restaurant I had the Dungeness Crab Lasagne with mushrooms and leeks. This lasagne has to be one of my favorites (sorry mom) The combination of flavors was expertly paired and the crispy cheese on top finished it off just right.

My third trip to this restaurant our group shared the Crab Cakes, Calamari and Portabella Bruschetta to start and finished off with their apple cake, cheesecake and chocolate cake for dessert. The food on this trip was quite good. Proportions are good and the dessert option we chose gave us a sellection of three of their desserts for a discounted price, which I liked for a group setting.

LionPrincess's Profile Photo
Mar 15, 2003

Zinfandel's on Fair Oaks Blvd....

Zinfandel's on Fair Oaks Blvd. where my boyfriend and I had our first date and where we return every year to celebrate our anniversary. (We will be on #3 in April!)

Favorite Dish Anything with Pasta and/or Seafood.

Christina_C's Profile Photo
Aug 26, 2002
Sponsored Listings

Hotels Near Zinfandel Grille

555 Howe Ave., Sacramento, California, 95825, United States
Show Prices
1530 Howe Ave, Sacramento, California, 95825, United States
Show Prices
25 Howe Ave., Sacramento, California, 95826, United States
Show Prices
21 Howe Avenue, Sacramento, California, 95826, United States
Show Prices
2001 Point West Way, Sacramento, California, 95815, United States
Show Prices
1780 Tribute Road, Sacramento, California, 95815, United States
Show Prices

Top 5 Sacramento Writers

TooTallFinn24's Profile Photo


"Sacramento: More Than Just A State Captiol"
View Member
Geoff_Wright's Profile Photo


"Six Hours in Sacramento"
View Member
BruceDunning's Profile Photo


"A Very Nice Community and Climate"
View Member
Waalewiener's Profile Photo


"The best thing about Sacramento was Jeannette1"
View Member
Phalaenopsis03's Profile Photo


View Member

Things to Do Near Zinfandel Grille

Things to Do

California State Fair

The yearly California State Fair in Sacramento offers many "old-fashioned" things to do, especially for children. There is a large livestock show, a petting zoo and children are even allowed to milk...
View More
Things to Do

State Indian Museum

This is another one of those attractions in Sacramento, that I didn't know about, until only a week ago. I was told about this museum, but didn't know it was right next to Sutter's Fort. I thought it...
View More
Things to Do

California Museum

The state history museum is worth a visit although a little light on content. The museum is just a few blocks south of the Capital and includes exhibits on the history of California along with a hall...
View More
Things to Do

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...
View More
Things to Do

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...
View More
Things to Do

California State Military Museum

This is a fairly small and often ignored, though pretty interesting museum. It may not be a must-see for everyone, obviously, but I highly recommend it and it is right in the must-see area of Old...
View More

Getting to Zinfandel Grille


Several Locations


  • Sunday 16:00 to 21:00
  • Monday 11:00 to 21:00
  • Tuesday 11:00 to 22:00
  • Wednesday 11:00 to 22:00
  • Thursday 11:00 to 22:00
  • Friday 11:00 to 23:00
  • Saturday 16:00 to 23:00