10 Most Popular Lunch Spots in Sacramento

Discover some new phenomenal places for your lunch

Aug 12 2015

10 Most Popular Lunch Spots in Sacramento

Go local, go to lunch.
Here, we’ve pulled together 10 great places for your mid-day meal with great service, great environments and great food. Venture out! The city’s full of amazing places for dinner, why not discover some new phenomenal places for your lunch?


1. Burgers and Brew

1409 R St. Sacramento, CA 95811

“Derar and Philippe attribute the acclaim to their meticulous approach to the dining experience– no ingredient is too small to tailor for each dish. Their burgers are made with 100% Niman Ranch meats and the freshest ingredients, their sauces and dressings are made in-house, and their dining spaces are designed to best serve each location. Comprehensive doesn’t begin to describe the Burgers and Brew experience.”


2. Oz Korean BBQ

3343 Bradshaw Rd., Sacramento, CA 95827

“Our recipes are authentic and time-tested. The ingredients are always fresh. The result? A menu that bursts with flavor. Let’s talk service. We have it in spades. Our dedicated staff is attentive and knowledgeable. Did we mention friendly? When you dine with us, you’re always in good hands. Stop in the next time you’re in the neighborhood and enjoy an old favorite. Or, discover a new one. Either way, we’ll treat you to a dining experience that’s unparalleled.”


3. Chando’s Tacos

863 Arden Way, Sacramento, CA 95815

“Our father dreamt and built his Tortillera, “Familia Madrigal” in Tijuana, Mexico during the 1990’s. We worked hard to craft authentic corn tortillas. Tortillas are the heart of a good taco. Chando’s Tacos uses local quality ingredients to create your “authentic taco” experience.”


4. Ella Dining Room and Bar

1131 K St., Sacramento, CA 95814

“At Ella Dining Room and Bar, we continue our family’s tradition of cooking and dining that celebrates the joys of food, friends, family and community with fresh and seasonal, straightforward New American and French-style cooking featuring entrees of seafood, steaks, and pastas, many small plates, salads, a fresh cold seafood bar with oysters, shrimp and more, an award winning wine list, handcrafted artisanal cocktails, in-house desserts, a lounge area, a patio for al fresco dining and an open kitchen.”


5. Dad’s Kitchen

2968 Freeport Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95818

“Dad’s Kitchen specializes in American style quality comfort food. Enjoy organic chicken, grass-fed beef, home made mac n cheese, local organic greens, and craft beers all while sitting on the most beautiful patio in Sacramento.”


6. Ramen House Ryujin

1831 S St., Sacramento, CA 95811

Ramen is a Japanese noodle soup dish. It consists of Chinese-style wheat noodles served in a meat- or (occasionally) fish-based broth, often flavored with soy sauce or miso, and uses toppings such as sliced pork, dried seaweed, kamaboko, and green onions. Nearly every region in Japan has its own variation of ramen, from the tonkotsu (pork bone broth) ramen of Kyushu to the miso ramen of Hokkaido. Beginning in the 1980s, ramen became a Japanese cultural icon and was studied around the world from many perspectives.


7. Paesanos

1806 Capitol Ave., Sacramento, CA 95814

“Paesanos sits in the heart of Midtown’s Handle District. For over 15 years, Paesanos has been delighting guests with great Italian and eclectic fare at affordable prices. A “go to” for many in the community, Paesanos has established itself as both a neighborhood standby and a special occasion spot. The bustling energy of the busy dining room and aromas of garlic and pizza baking in the brick oven are reminiscent of the urban dining spots in San Francisco’s North Beach. Paesanos has something for everyone and rarely disappoints.”


8. Cafe Rolle

5357 H St., Sacramento, CA 95819

“In August 2002, Chef William Rolle opened Cafe Rolle, a quaint café and delicatessen on H Street in East Sacramento. His mission was to provide Sacramentans with authentic, flavorful and exciting French eats in a traditional and pleasant ambience.”


9. Firestone Public House

1132 16th St., Sacramento, CA 95814

“Firestone Public House is an eclectic public alehouse at the corner of 16th and L streets in downtown Sacramento featuring American-style cuisine and a wide-ranging 60-beer selection on tap. Firestone is a family-friendly establishment to watch sports, enjoy great food and meet friends or family for brunch, lunch, happy hour, dinner or late night eats. Firestone features 16 high-definition flat screens and a state of the art sound system.”


10. The Coconut Midtown

2502 J St., Sacramento, CA 95816

“The one place in town you can enjoy a Thai burger as well as a variety of popular Thai dishes with a western influence.”

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