Restaurants in Parkway

$16 for Two Hours of Pool for Up to 10 People and One Large Pizza at Blue Cue (Up to $36 Value)

Blue Cue

Midtown

$36 $16

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Get the pool party started with help from a large thin-crust pizza

$10 for $20 Worth of Ethiopian Cuisine for Two or More at Habesha Restaurant

Habesha Restaurant

Arden - Arcade

$20 $10

(91)

Ethiopian dishes such as beef tips with berbere sauce and vegetarian split-pea stew with garlic and mild herbs

$10 for $20 Worth of Diner Fare for Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner at Original Perry's or Mr. Perry's

Original Perry's or Mr. Perry's

Multiple Locations

$20 $10

(200)

Comfort fare includes gravy-slathered meatloaf, fluffy omelets, and roast turkey with stuffing

Japanese Cuisine and Drinks for Two or Three at Sapporo Grill Japanese Steakhouse (Up to 50% Off)

Sapporo Grill Japanese Steakhouse

Midtown

$20 $10

(353)

Chefs roll maki with smoked salmon and marbled tuna, grill steaks made with USDA prime beef from Nebraska, and fry whole striped bass

$20 for $40 Worth of American Cuisine at 3 Fires Lounge

3 Fires Lounge

Downtown

$40 $20

Variety of cuisine includes hummus, pizza, crab salad sandwiches, bbq salad, and fish and chips, all ready to be paired with drinks

$15 for a Jamaican Independence Day Celebration Concert at Taste of Jamaica ($30.95 Value)

Taste Of Jamaica

Meadowview

$30.95 $15

International reggae vocalist Wayne Wade rolls through beats alongside the city's best local artists

$14.49 for $20 Worth of Fresh, Raw Seafood for Takeout at Fins Market & Grill

Fins Market & Grill

Multiple Locations

$20 $14.49

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Fins Market & Grill flies in fresh seafood such as salmon, mahi-mahi, and live Maine lobsters daily

Casual American Cuisine for Two at Pork Belly Grub Shack (43% Off)

Pork Belly Grub Shack

North Sacramento

$15 $8.49

Burgers with pork belly, barbecue chicken salads, and catfish po' boys share a menu with domestic and imported beers

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Since he was 13 years old, helping his parents in the kitchen of their restaurant, Jose Silva dreamed of building a place like Flaming Grill Cafe. So when he finally got the chance, after 20 years in the restaurant industry, he wasn't about to blow it by making the same burgers everyone else does. Instead, alongside beef and sirloin patties, Chef Silva grills up antelope, elk, gator, and wild boar?guests might even find camel or llama if they arrive on the right day or accidentally wander into the desert. After sizzling over an open flame, these meats rest under a cover of bacon or avocado, creating what Sacramento News & Review's Kate Washington praised as a "big, oozing, cheesy, overstuffed lunch." To wash down such a meal, Flaming Grill serves up craft beer: drafts of Lagunitas, Knee Deep, Dogfish Head, and New Belgium.

2319 El Camino Ave
Sacramento,
CA
US

Malabar owner John Cook has teamed up with executive chef Jose Luis Garcia to add a contemporary flair to time-honored American staples. The menu, which amalgamates influence from Asian, Latin American, and Italian traditions, and spares no expense in terms of ingredients. In order to make his culinary fusions work, chef Garcia relies on USDA Choice beef, hand-cut veggies, and made-from-scratch marinades and sauces.

Large plate-glass windows and modern hanging lights cast a buttery glow across Malabar's elegant dining room, illuminating plates filled with Louisiana-style wings, hickory-smoked pork, and rib-eye steaks cured over a wood fire. While perusing the restaurant's separate gluten-free and vegetarian menus, diners can quiz the bartender about the wine and beer selection.

2960 Del Paso Rd.
Sacramento,
CA
US

The writers at CBS Sacramento must have a taste for Habesha Restaurant's spicy beef and housemade chili sauce, since they chose the eatery as one of the city's two best Ethiopian restaurants. As the outlet writes in its recommendation, many of Habesha Restaurant's traditional dishes are prepared with the Ethiopian seasoning berbere, and condiment selections include nitir kibe, a purified butter. The scope of the menu is wider than a single country, though, as it also crosses the border to Eritrean and Mediterranean territory. After indulging in beef samosas or vegetarian entrees such as the split-pea-based kirk wot, diners may surf free WiFi or order dessert via smoke signal with flavored puffs off of one of Habesha?s hookahs.

2326 Fair Oaks Blvd
Sacramento,
CA
US

At Anatolian Table, your entree's ingredients are either grown locally or in the Mediterranean—as is the case with the royal dorado, a fish that's served whole after being lured from the Mediterranean Sea. Regardless of their origins, however, each plate is prepped in-house without any additives. Yogurts, sauces, and breads are all homemade, and meat kebabs derive their flavor from signature marinades. Traditional Turkish entrees appease both vegetarians and omnivores alike: there's vegetable guvec, a mix of veggies baked with spices in a casserole pot, as well as sucuklu pide, Turkish garlic salami served atop crispy dough. There's even a kids' menu, which features child-friendly meals such as lamb burgers and chicken fingers that merge together to give a high-five after every bite.

2319 K Street
Sacramento,
CA
US

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.

2610 Fair Oaks Blvd.
Sacramento,
CA
US

Business was booming for Original Mels Diner in the late 60s and early 70s. The restaurant, which started in 1947, had ballooned to 40 locations across the west coast, one of which, with its neon lights and retro look, played a prominent setting in American Graffiti. In the years following the film's debut, however, the restaurant experienced hardships symbolically capped off by the sale of the very location used in the film. Since then, the diner has been slowly rebuilding itself by focusing on its original blueprint: classic American diner food and 50's nostalgia. The result is a fun atmosphere flanked with neon signs and ads for classic cars and sodas where customers can stop in for burgers, fries, milkshakes, and breakfast all day.

2057 Arena Blvd
Sacramento,
CA
US