Brewhouses are built to keep good beer safe from bad people, unlike funhouses, which are designed to prevent fun from escaping into the world and infecting it with joy. Visit a decent beer family at home with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of pizzas, pastas, brews, and more at Pete's Restaurant & Brewhouse in Midtown.
Pete's hearty menu pacifies hunger pangs with a wide variety of eclectic eats, including burgers, sandwiches, pizzas, healthy wraps, and salads. Select sipping options from six of Pete's handcrafted brews, ($4.50/pint) such as the Uptown Blonde or the medium-bodied Old Town Red. An appetizer of artichoke hearts fried up in a beer batter ($7.99) pairs well with a hoppy pint of Skinner's Horse IPA ($4.50). Pete's hand-tossed pizzas ($9.99–$25.99) are all eventually hand-caught, and can be stacked with more than 25 different toppings and slathered with your choice of four sauces—garlic ranch, pesto, Pete’s red, or Pete's BBQ sauce. Lunchers can munch on any of eight sandwiches, 10 salads, or five healthy wraps. A half-rack of St. Louis ribs ($12.99) or the linguini shrimp ($13.99) quickly quiet talkative tummies, especially when met with a beer from Deschutes Brewery or the Firestone Walker Brewing Company. Desserts finish off the meal with sweet punches from taste-bud ticklers such as the seven-layer chocolate tower cake ($6.95).
More than 70 Yelpers give the downtown Sacramento location of Pete's Restaurant and Brewhouse an average of 3.5 stars:
- Most often, pizza is pizza, and pizza is always tasty (almost always anyway). Nice and doughy here, fresh toppings, tastes great leftover too! – Darrell Y., Yelp, 1/4/11
- The customer service during the rest of my dining experience was phenomenal - the best I've ever had at a restaurant with countless employees taking care of me – Lisa S., Yelp, 10/26/10
Pete’s Restaurant & Brewhouse
Pete’s Restaurant & Brewhouse pairs handcrafted brews with a menu of specialty pizzas, pastas, burgers, and salads. The six different beers on offer include the Old Town Red—a malty, ruby-colored brew—a traditional Bavarian wheat ale, and the Uptown Blonde. Along with the eatery’s signature pies, guests can sample popular entrees such as house-made lasagna, New York steak, and fish and chips—a dish native to the United Kingdom, where French fries are called “chips” and chips are called “lorries.”
2001 J St.
Sacramento, California 95814Get Directions