Econo Lodge Sacramento Convention Center
711 16th St.
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: (916) 443-6631
Fax: (916) 442-7251
With a fine dine service experience of more than 30 years and chain of over a 100 restaurants all over the nation, this joint is surely a fondue lover's haven. Treat yourself with amazing fondue in different flavors that Melting Pot has to offer. What's more? You can also be a member of the Club Fondue and get a chocolate fondue free! Dig into the preparations of duck, lamb, salmon, lobster and shrimps served with cheesy dips. With every order you place you have a choice of fresh salads, bread and vegetables to complement it. The restaurant also offers a selection of sparkling champagnes and wines.
Lucca offers healthy and delicious California cuisine with a Mediterranean influence. The menu changes to reflect the freshest ingredients, with such dishes as Zucchini Chips, Greek Syle Baked Shrimp and Grilled Bistro Steak. Lucca also has a banquet room available for reservation.
The sandwiches are tasty and almost too large to put in your mouth. A good selection of deli sandwiches, as well as vegetarian specials is available. You can purchase loaves of bread, muffins, cakes and other baked goods. Try the broccoli, cheese and potato soup served with half a sourdough bread bun. Tables are small and the main seating area gets very crowded at lunch, but you can escape to the covered patio seating.
Promoted as a cowboy bar and country music club, Goldfield Trading Post is also an American restaurant. Set in a historic building, it has an old worldly charm to it with industrial accents. Savor their dishes like Tank House BBQ Burger, Cowpoke Steak Sandwich, Pig Wings and Buttermilk Fried Chicken. Take a sip of heady cocktails or a whiskey or tequila. Their bar has a fine selection of these drinks. Let your feet tap to the rocking tunes of talented country performers from across the nation. They also host karaoke nights based on this genre of music.
Mikuni Japanese Restaurant, located in the heart of midtown, has been a popular choice amongst Sacramento sushi connoisseurs for years. The restaurant's interior is cosmopolitan chic and the intricate sushi rolls are anything but standard. Some of the more-famous rolls include the Marilyn Monroll and the Train Wreck. There is also a cocktail bar within the restaurant and flat-screen TVs adorning some of the walls. Check the website for complete lunch and dinner menus.
P.F Chang's China Bistro, is a famous chain of Chinese bistro that serves an authentic Chinese menu; that is delicious to say the least. Dishes like Lo Mein Pork or Lo Mein Shrimp are simply delightful and spell tradition to the core. For a lighter meal one can always opt for soups and salads available. Shanghai Cucumbers and Sichuan style Asparagus are worth sampling even if one is not into vegetarian food. From the interiors to the staff, this place welcomes its diners for a memorable dining experience.
Lots of folks just like to walk or drive by this bakery for the alluring fragrance, but few can resist the temptation to go in and sample. Fresh-baked breads, cookies, donuts, cakes and pastries are sure to tempt. Sandwiches and pizzas are also offered in this famed midtown bakery and deli that opened in 1934. The shop is also famed for its wedding cakes and will be happy to help you design the perfect treat.
This delicatessen provides much more than the typical sandwiches, soup and coffee, though the selection of these items is vast, varied and delicious. The grocery section includes literally dozens of kinds of direct-from-Italy olive oils, pastas, salad dressings and more. Here you will find biscotti and espressotti, butter cookies, almond cookies and other desserts. Napa Valley wines are also available in profusion, in addition to Italian wines and sodas. Enjoy lunch at one the sidewalk tables under Midtown's leafy canopy. Take outs are also available at Italian Importing Company.
Nationwide Meats has come a long way from being a butcher's shop to a fast food joint. Though a simple place with limited seating and parking and not very flamboyantly decorated interiors, the meat preparations served here will make you crave for it again. Forget about counting calories before you step in. The size of the fries and juicy, jumbo burgers are not for those on a diet. To finish it off there are yummy milkshakes.
Enjoy a scrumptious breakfast or lunch here. Breakfast dishes include omelets and buttermilk pancakes. The lunch menu has a variety of items from sandwiches and pasta salad to quesadillas or quiche. In the evenings, with the additions of beer and wine to the menu, fans of local bands turn out in droves.
This is a trendy upscale restaurant, which has succeeded in melding east and west cuisine into exotically presented flavors. You simply do not find rock shrimp quesadillas, curried pasta and lemon grass under tender chicken strips at any corner diner. Find sepia toned local photographs in black frames on the Venetian plaster walls and a long mahogany wine bar and candle-lit tables strewn about. An upscale Midtown Sacramento dining spot, Moxie is frequented by chic locals and visitors alike.
Though this colorful eatery is located in the heart of Midtown, the tropical Caribbean feel is authentic. The artwork is vibrant and cheery and your waiter will be friendly with a relaxed attitude. There is a variety of Caribbean dishes to try here. Even the appetizers are exotic, including fried plantains, lamb fritters, shrimp croquettes, taro fritters and grio (fried pork cutlets braised a piquant mayonnaise sauce). The house gumbo is practically a meal in itself and its ingredients vary from day to day.