Sightseeing in South Sacto


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  • Arthur Henry's Supper Club & Ruby Room
    When Primo's Swiss Club in Oak Park closed, its empty building was left to the elements, growing more dilapidated with every year. That is, until the owners of Arthur Henry's Supper Club & Ruby Room stepped in. They painstakingly restored the historic building's interior, exterior, and secret trans-dimensional wormholes, creating an elegant supper club and late-night lounge. The renovation's piece de resistance is a large, communal grill placed in the center of the dining room?here, diners grill their own rib-eyes, filet mignons, and skewers of marinated tenderloin or scallops exactly the way they desire, complete with seasonings. Once the meat is grilled to perfection, diners return to their tables where side salads and slices of house-made garlic bread await. To help wash down every bite, the bar serves a well curated selection of craft beer and mixes cocktails ranging from classic mint juleps to house creations such as the Dancing Grizzly: a blend of scotch, simple syrup, and fresh orange juice. On many nights, live musicians provide a lively soundtrack to dining and drinking.
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    3406 Broadway
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Revolution Wines
    Revolution Wine's skilled staffers give each batch of their hand-crafted red, white, and port wines a full body and lush feel. And while heavy machinery and wooden barrels help do the hard work of converting these wine grapes into libations, it's the winemakers who pour a little bit of love into each batch. In the winery's kitchen, a dedicated team of chefs churns out a menu of seasonal bistro food made from local and fresh ingredients. Small artisan plates of French cheese, mixed nuts, and savory bruschetta offer a lighter dining path, while larger entrees of housemade pasta and pork belly sandwiches with cheddar jalapeno biscuits present heartier fare. Revolutions Wines also offers a wine club that gifts members with limited-edition wines and grants access to the first sniff when each new barrel is opened.
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    2831 S St.
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Sacramento Art Glass
    It's oftentimes the most passionate individuals who make the best teachers?people who care deeply about their craft and can't wait to share it with anyone who might be curious. Rene Steinke fits that bill. Since the age of 17, he's been studying and refining the centuries-old art of glassblowing, all culminating inside Sacramento Art Glass, a space where he can teach, work, and coordinate art shows. Suited for all experience levels, classes span up to six hours in the shop, during which students will make one or two original pieces, get hands-on experience, and learn the basics of glass blowing before bringinng home their own unique artwork.
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    2500 Sutterville Rd.
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Spanglish Arte
    During college, Mari Arreola spent time getting in touch with her Latin roots while travelling throughout the U.S., Guadalajara, Mexico, and Paris, France. Everywhere she went she encountered more Latin culture, until she was thoroughly immersed in its arts and traditions. When she became manager of La Raza Galeria Bookstore, she took that opportunity to bring those kinds of arts to an international stage. Out of this endeavor, Spanglish Arte was born. Acting as the creative director, Mari manages the shop and gallery, hoping to create a hub for local artists?everyone from painters to T-shirt makers. In addition, Mari hosts classes that help students understand and participate in Latin arts. These classes include tutorials on how to make tamales and how to apply makeup for Day of the Dead celebrations?the one day a year when the dead are allowed to be beautiful.
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    905 23rd St, #2
    Sacramento, CA US
  • MyStudio
    For those who might be lacking the space to work?or just a space to focus?MyStudio provides a place for artists to spread out, express themselves, and store their work. Studio space is available to all interested parties by the month, and includes amenities such as large tables, pottery wheels, brushes, and a fridge to store sculpting butter. The space also features a gallery and retail space, where artists can display and sell their work. An array of classes for artists of all ages and experience levels are also available, teaching students the fundamentals in oil painting, carving, sculpture, paper-making, and music.
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    2325 J St.
    Sacramento, CA US
  • ArtBeast Studio
    After searching Sacramento to no avail for a venue where kids could explore their creative impulses, two moms took the matter into their own hands and set about constructing their ideal children's art space. Eschewing the formalized, expensive art classes they found elsewhere, the duo opened ArtBeast with the goal of providing kids aged seven and younger with a mind-opening playground. In the three-level building, children can roam free, playing musical instruments, splattering paint, or dressing up in a constantly rotating wardrobe of costumes. Regular classes inculcate un-self-conscious expression with more structured activities, helping toddlers create their own works of art based on favorite pieces of lint or introducing them to ballet in dance classes. Complimentary organic coffee keeps parents as energetic as their offspring, and the studio's month-long passes encourage guardians to stick around and bond with fellow caretakers of insane miniature people.
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    2226 K St.
    Sacramento, CA US

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