The slam-dunk is one of the most exhilarating plays in sports, along with the home run and whenever a horse kicks a field goal. See high-flying hoops action with this GrouponLive deal to see the Sacramento Heatwave play at the Natomas High School Event Center, courtesy of Pete’s Restaurant and Brewhouse.
Choose from Three Options
$35 for a dinner and basketball-game package for two (up to a $70 total value)
- Two adult general-admission tickets to any Heatwave home game (a $20 value)
- Two entrees for dinner, excluding fish or steak (up to a $30 value)
- One bottle of house wine (a $20 value)<p>
$40 for a pizza and basketball-game package for four (a $79.98 total value)
- Two adult and two kids general-admission tickets to any Heatwave home game (a $30 value)
- Four house salads (a $5.25 value each)
- Extra-large Pete’s Combo pizza with eight toppings (a $25.99 value)
- Half order of garlic knots (a $3.99 value)<p>
$10 for $20 worth of Italian food
- Entrees such as 12-inch pizzas for $17.99 and tortellini alfredo for $11.99
- See the full menu<p>
For the last two options, you will receive the tickets for the game taking place on the same evening as your meal; make sure to arrive to dinner in time to catch the tip-off. Doors open 45 minutes before game time. Click here to see the season schedule.
The Scouting Report
The semiprofessional Sacramento Heatwave bring a unique brand of basketball to Sacramento, playing by unconventional rules that reward pure basketball skill over rough competition. During games, the Inferno dance squad keeps the crowd cheering as the team takes the home court at the Natomas High School Event Center.
Pete's Restaurant and Brewhouse
It is not just the pastas, sandwiches, and pizzas that keep guests coming back to Pete's Restaurant and Brewhouse—the hand-crafted beers also play a major role, quenching thirsts with flavors ranging from the Uptown blonde’s light layers of honey to the highly hoppy profile of the Skinner’s Horse IPA. Pete’s team keeps meals in balance by offering food-and-beer-paring suggestions, assuring diners that the Midtown ale harmonizes with fish tacos and that the Old Town red—a malty, medium-bodied amber ale—improves coordination for slam-dunking meatballs.
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