Supporting the Old Sacramento Waterfront has never been so delicious. Or so safe.

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If you’re looking for a way to support your favorite Old Sacramento Waterfront businesses and add a little more social into your distancing, dining al fresco is the way to go. Part of Sacramento’s culinary charm has always been based on the ability to grab a great meal or a cocktail out in the open air most times of the year. It just so happens that these days patio dining is also a great way to support downtown while keeping COVID in check.

You can be confident in knowing that your favorite downtown restaurants and shops are doing everything they can to provide a safe, comfortable experience for customers and employees alike. This commitment to community health is reflected by each business taking the Downtown Healthy & Safe Pledge.

If you are planning to head downtown, make sure to verify with each business if reservations are needed beforehand due to limited capacity to maintain physical distancing. Please remember to maintain physical distance and wear the proper PPE to keep yourself, servers and everyone else safe.

By taking the proper precautions we can enjoy everything the Old Sacramento Waterfront has to offer while ensuring the health of people and businesses alike. We are connected. We are committed. We are Downtown. Together.

Open Patios

Bali Kitchen

Brannan Manor Restaurant & Spirits 

Danny’s Mini Donuts

Emma’s Tamales

Honey and The Trapcat 

Hoppy’s Railyard Kitchen & Hopgarden

Joe’s Crab Shack

La Terraza Mexican Restaurant

Luis Jr’s Mexican Food 

Old Sac Café

Railroad Fish & Chips

Rio City Café

Round Table Pizza

Sean Finnegan’s Pub

Slice of Old Sacramento

Steamers Bakery & Café

Subway

The Firehouse Restaurant

The Pilothouse Restaurant at the Delta King

Willie’s Burgers

Opening up Soon

Spud Shack