Sacramento is famous for lots of trees, great schools, and the gold rush. They aren’t famous for Sizzler Family Steak House but nonetheless, it’s a delicious addition to the city! Founded in the 1950’s in Culver County, Sizzler Family Steak House has thrived on America’s love for good food at affordable prices. Over the years Americans have loved their prime choice meats, health conscious choices (18 items meet the exceptional standards of Healthy Dining Options) and pricing so much that Sizzler is popular all over California! All of Sizzler’s steaks are USDA Choice steaks and hand-cut so that Sizzler’s diners get the best steak possible. Dining out is an experience, and if it’s one worth having, Sizzler believes that it should involve the best choice in meats! Sizzler also offers juicy burgers, meals just for kids, and a selection of flavorful sides. If quality is important and at a good price, go to Sizzler!
Every day, fish are plucked from the ocean and delivered straight to the door of Scott's Seafood Folsom. They may fly hundreds of miles to get there, but that's just the first leg of the journey. Once in the kitchen, the fish are seasoned, grilled, fried, and poached by chefs who are known for their creative streak. Some of their more innovative preparations include swordfish coated in a spicy jerk seasoning and oysters topped with creamed spinach and Pernod, but they can also fry a beer-battered cod with the best of them. The bartenders are no slouches, either; their extensive drink menu includes wines from local vineyards, microbrews, dessert drinks, and chasers of fresh seawater.
A mural of a fire truck covers an entire wall at Firehouse Crawfish, a nod to the kitchen’s spice-measuring system, which classifies heat by “degrees” from zero to third and beyond. These spices and other seasonings flavor Firehouse’s signature seafood, from fried catfish to butterflied shrimp. The restaurant also serves shellfish such as shrimp, mussels, and its eponymous red and blue crawfish by the pound. Flat-screen televisions anchor the dining-room walls above retro-styled booths upholstered with plush red and white stripes.
Anthony's Italian Cuisine treats guests to homey Italian-American feasts of sautéed chicken, baked veal, eggplant pasta, and freshly baked pizzas. Diners chow down on pie slices topped with fresh basil and cheese, or munch on pasta plates of shrimp Florentine, beef-filled tortellini, and baked mostacolli. Families eat surrounded by a simple, cozy space filled with red-checked tablecloths and old photos on the walls.
Recognized time and again as one of Sacramento's finest fish markets, Fins Market & Grill slaps down never-frozen filets of swordfish, salmon, mahi-mahi, and catfish. Catering to those looking to fill their own larders as well as those in search of a quick bite, the fishmongers preside over a menu of fish tacos, seafood salads and sandwiches, and hearty entrees with scalloped potatoes or rice pilaf as well as their brimming fish market. Flown in from across the country daily, the bistro's selection gives guests access to seafood freshness and diversity without the burden of living on a houseboat captained by Ernest Hemmingway.