Sauced first launched in Livermore in 2012 and has since opened outposts in Walnut Creek, Petaluma and now at DoCo, where the down-home Allman-Brothers vibe gets an assist from the corrugated-tin ceiling and vintage barn-wood paneling. Get s taste of the real wild west at the River City shooting gallery. Save Point started as a solution to an old problem: feeding your party. The bonus is the adjoining open-air deck, dominated by an infinity pool surrounded by seven cabanas, fire pits and crowd-friendly seating — and views of DoCo below and the Tower Bridge in the distance. Interesting aside: Empress is the creation of chef Michael Thiemann, whose vegetarian restaurant Mother rocked Sacramento when it opened in 2014. Pair dishes from the Cal-Med menu—pizzas, salads, sandwiches —with shrub cocktails in the handsome di.
Pac Man to skee ball and beyond. Submit Your Comment Comments posted may be subject to moderation. Save Point owners Dariush Gheyssarieh and Anthony Barajas aim to address this problem with a tavern that will house table-top gaming, video games, and food and drink all under one roof. Plans for the tavern include a futuristic themed video-gaming room based on the interior of a Star Wars ship or a Star Trek bridge, a modern bar and dining area filled with geek memorabilia and commissioned art, board games piled on Tetris block shelves and two private gaming rooms: one medieval themed, the other post-apocalyptic. You can grab a brew or a cocktail and go to town, you can also find fun for the whole family. Let off some steam as an olde time voice teases your abilities as a shooter.
Apparently getting geeks together to drink and debate facts is a popular concept. Find directions and parking information, as well as Golden 1 Center event listings — Maroon 5, James Taylor and Harry Styles have upcoming shows — at and For more travel coverage from the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. Arrive early at the S Street locale to claim a spot on the coveted, trellised front patio. Given the epicurean delights found on the food menu, it is no surprise that the list of specialty cocktails is equally creative. A more complex flavor profile can be found with the cinnamon, rum, black walnut bitter and Temple coffee cocktail called 91 Unleaded.
Psst, get a sip before you commit. If tossing endless quarters into an arcade machine sounds like a perfect night, then Coin-Op Game Room is right up your pinball alley. Equal time for omnivores, perhaps? Think of the adjoining Downtown Commons, a 1. Every month you will earn points toward your rank for the entire year of 2019. Old school video games and pinball machines, cheap beer, an old photo booth and excellent tunes await on the inside, while the outside has a selection of even older school games. Pool, air hockey, skee ball and the basketball game are priced as nice as the menu cheap! Check out the Coin-Op Game Room, too, a funky bar arcade in an alley, with a lineup of nearly 60 old-school arcade and pinball games. Giant Jenga and chess provide refuge from the interior noise and light.
Stretch out in big, comfy booths for classic cocktails and hearty, gastropub staples like a tasty fried chicken sandwich topped with vinegary slaw. They are now eying an early October opening date. Soon there will be at least one more spot on the geeky horizon to coax gamers out into the wild of the real world. They picked Sacramento for its potential. The playful Punch Bowl Social combines craft cocktails, Southern diner-inspired eats and games of all types. Not be confused with a shooting range, this shooting gallery is filled with mock, plastic guns.
Planet Nine includes fig, sweet vermouth, lime and Jägermeister, but the award for best-named signature cocktail goes to the gin, pineapple, dry vermouth, bitters and sloe gin concoction known as Obligatory Birthday Message. One of the tarter selections includes juniper gin, egg white, cucumber and coconut cordial. Photo by Nicole Yi Coin-op Game Room on K Street features 42 vintage and new arcade games, plus an inventive cocktail and dinner menu. Yup, at Save Point, Ned Stark and Fallout are only a door away. One sassy men's site was thrilled to pronounce Sacramento The New Oakland. Knowing Shakespeare is just as important as knowing Fifty Shades of Grey. Here is a short list of key places in Sacramento where you can find old school arcade games.
In the morning, head next door to Southern-influenced for a gut-busting Sunday brunch of smoked trout hash and crab benedicts over cheddar biscuits. The Fall Punch, made with rum, bourbon, lemon, cinnamon, grapefruit, mole and soda water, contains a full two cups of alcohol combined. His Pizza Rock is the coolest pizzeria in Sacramento — the menus are tucked inside classic-rock album covers and the full-scale front end of a semi-truck seems to have crashed through a brick wall and now hangs suspended above the bar. Firehouse is also known for the refreshing S-n-L cocktail, a unique sweet and herbal concoction of lychee liqueur, spiced rum, lime, soda water and ginger simple syrup. Games are priced at 25 to 50 cents per play, with free play on the last Sundays of each month starting May 31.
The spot opened in May and currently features 36 arcade titles and 10 pinball machines, including classics like Donkey Kong, Gauntlet and Pac-Man. A small but pleasant pool area lends relief from the heat. But, bully for you, Sacramento boasts a growing number of late-night options perfect for gaming and leveling up those nondigital nightlife skill trees. The pair, who also opened a Coin-Op in San Diego, teamed up with Sacramentan and then-bar manager, now part-owner Evan Louis to bring a location to town. Part arcade, part bar, Coin-Op brings together a favorite pastime of youth with the preferred pastime of the 21-and-over crowd. But the real joy comes from visiting their hop farm in nearby Dixon.
Cocktails reflect Sacramento's warm climate and brighten up the modern, light-filled interior and lengthy outdoor patio. Sports bars, after all, are typically filled with people talking about points and winning and passing balls—and not of the Quaffle variety. And the restaurant doubles as an art gallery, vibrant with wall murals and rotating exhibits by Mexican artists. Spend your non-arcade time on a roller coaster, playing mini golf or crashing thee batting cages and more. Haybales, wooden spool tables, rustic shelters and sunset campfires lend a magical setting. For the more traditional gamer, outdoor patio games are also available to play beneath twinkling lights, such as giant Jenga giant Connect Four and Cards Against Humanity will join the lineup for the grand opening. Oh, and also, this place is an amusement park.