Ninja Sushi’s lively, party-like atmosphere and extensive menu of creative Japanese cuisine make it an easy crowd favorite, earning spots on KCRA 3's A-List for three years running and a 2012 Patch Readers' Choice award. At a marble-topped sushi bar decorated with pink and white orchids, chefs prepare dishes ranging from the Crunch Dragon specialty roll—with deep-fried shrimp, spicy tuna, and crunchy tempura topping—to an approximately 2-foot-long Ninja Boat that can easily double as a Barbie yacht. Between occasional live DJs and nightly specials that include $0.99 sake bombs, the space transforms every day’s dinner hour into a festive occasion.
Each day after its opening in 1981, La Bou Café & Bakery’s customers would line up to grab one of owner Trong Nguyen's handmade croissants and a flavorful espresso drink. The plucky local café’s customer base was so loyal that La Bou eventually opened 12 locations across the Sacramento area.
La Bou pairs rich, regionally roasted coffee from Capricorn with apple strudels, scones, and low-fat berry muffins. Without ever relying on passports or wormholes, the eatery brings together light café food from around the globe. Its menu includes salads of soy-marinated noodles and cabbage, turkey sandwiches, grilled chicken paninis, and creamy clam chowder.
The chefs at Rivers Edge Café & Espresso pack lengthy breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus with more than 150 dishes of handcrafted comfort fare. Commence your recovery from a night of excess or a 24-hour C-SPAN bender with the Hangover, which unites homemade biscuits and gravy with a full order of hash browns stuffed with cheddar, sour cream, and mounds of center-cut bacon ($9.25). A selection of 15 traditional or egg-white omelets halts morning hankerings with farm-fresh eggs and a cornucopia of fillings ($9.99–$11.99), and the griddler combo satisfies the food pyramid's baked-goods requirement with pancakes, french toast, a traditional waffle, or belgian waffle ($9.99). A protein-packed blue-cheese burger ($10.25) staves off energy crashes later in the day, enhancing awareness in meetings and performance during inner-office spelling bees. Plunge forks into a homestyle dinner, such as a four-piece plate of country-fried chicken ($12.99) or homemade meatloaf ($13.99), each accompanied by a medley of vegetables and seasoned mashed potatoes.
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At multiple locations throughout the Sacramento area—including the newest one downtown—the chefs at Perko's Cafe are busy cracking fresh ranch eggs into omelets, skillets, and scrambles featuring ingredients such as portuguese linguiça or hickory-smoked ham. They turn hand-cut, marinated steaks into tri-tip sandwiches au jus, and they build towering double-decker burgers whose half-pound ground-beef patties teeter with cheese, lettuce, tomato, and thousand-island dressing. To match the beef- and barbecue-filled menu, many of the welcoming dining rooms have a decidedly Southwestern feel, with corrugated-tin accents, old-timey tools, and booth dividers that resemble a black-and-white cow or an incredibly complex inkblot test.
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.
Even before it was a restaurant, the building that houses Brookside Restaurant and Bar was dedicated to the enjoyment of food and drink. It was originally built in 1911 as a guesthouse for a local winery, where visitors could sample the local vino, have a hearty, home-cooked meal, and gossip about President Taft’s sultry moustache. Today, the restaurant continues to uplift visitors with home-cooked meals; the menu includes certified Hereford burgers, grilled rib eye, and other American classics. It even has Monday-, Wednesday-, and Friday-night barbecue specials served straight from the smoker.