Econo Lodge Sacramento Convention Center
711 16th St.
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: (916) 443-6631
Fax: (916) 442-7251
Bars & Cafes
The Torch Club has been a landmark for the blues scene since its establishment in the 1930's. Conveniently located in midtown Sacramento, it offers patrons the chance to get their drink and dance on to live performances from popular blues bands almost every night of the week. Check the website for information on upcoming shows.
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.
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.
Set on two levels and among the hip and happening haunts of Sacramento, Azukar Lounge is a sprawling 12,000 feet venue. The venue holds multiple bars, a restaurant, lounges and a dance floor that holds 1,000 people. The restaurant menu features Mexican varieties for surprisingly low prices! Tortillas, enchiladas, quesadillas and of course Margaritas. Beers and champagne are also available. The nightclub plays Miami and club music. You have to dress to impress in order to get into this nightclub.
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.
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.
Located in Downtown Sacramento on 16th Street, Sapporo Grill is a spot where you can satisfy your craving for sushis rolls and other Japanese delicacies. The menu is extensive, featuring some regular culinary delights like Double Tuna Roll and Casspi Roll. The restaurant's signature rolls include the tasty Alhambra Roll that comes with lobster salad, cream cheese and spicy tune, and Bryant's Rainbow where you can satisfy your taste buds with 5 types of sashimi. Apart from sushi, the restaurant also attracts the ribs-crazy diners who just cannot stop ordering from the varieties on offer. If you are not a fan of Asian food, then you will find solace at the cocktail bar where bartenders churn out some mean mixes that will lift your spirits for sure.
This classic Irish pub is owned and operated by de Vere White family who immigrated to the United States and decided to make Sacramento their home in 1984. Wanting to bring a taste of Ireland to the denizens of California's capital, they opened the de Vere Irish Pub, where family and friends can sip on cold drafts, watch American and European sports and nosh on traditional Irish pub grub. The pints of Guinness are always perfectly frothy and the bartenders welcoming and friendly. Stop in for their famous weekend brunch with family and friends or to watch the latest sports game.
Located in midtown Sacramento, the vibe at LowBrau mirrors that of an authentic German beer communal hall. Their drink list features craft beer from Germany, Belgium and America, as well as specialty cocktails. Complement your brew with traditional and gourmet dishes from their kitchen. Signature items include bratwurst, smoked chicken, duck fat fries, bacon wrapped jalapenos and wild boar.
The charm and romance of old Spain jump out to greet patrons of this fine eatery. Simple burlap covers the tables surrounded by wall mural paintings. The bar lit by flickering candlelight offers a great place to wait for a table, or just to unwind and meet people. The menu presents an intriguing selection of Spanish tapas, however, the restaurant is famous for the Paella Valenciana filled with pork ribs, chicken, fish and shrimp. Patio seating is available.
On Saint Patrick's Day, this is the place to be in Sacramento. Inside the lobby of a steel and glass office tower on the K Street Mall, this wood-paneled Irish bar looks like an antique. Established in 1991, this authentic facsimile of a traditional Irish pub has beer and food. There are plenty of brews on tap at Gallagher's Irish Pub including a variety of ales and ciders. On the menu, you will find the traditional corned beef and cabbage, as well as lamb and oysters.
Along one side of the long and narrow room extends a Formica-topped lunch counter. Behind the counter, the wall is decorated with houseplants, various knick-knacks and original paintings. Stools line the counter or you can find seating at leather upholstered booths lining the other wall. The menu is basic. The breakfast menu at Lucky Cafe offers bacon and eggs (any style) and lunch features burgers and Philly cheese-steak sandwiches. For the vegetarian, the "Veggie Melt” is a mountain of fresh produce piled high on sourdough bread.