Summertime Brunch Hotspots in the Sacramento Area Sacramento Real Estate
July 27, 2016

Summertime Brunch Hotspots in the Sacramento Area

Picture this: you and your closest friends sitting outside, mimosas in hand, awaiting your Pulled Pork Benedict or Chocolate Banana Waffle while the warm Sacramento breeze blows through your hair. There’s just something about this time of year that makes brunch even more wonderful.

So whether your brunch day is Saturday or Sunday, check out these 13 hotspots and get the most out of your summertime brunching.

The Summer Brunch Essentials:

Mimosa Friendly

Mimosa-Icon

Weekend Brunch Only

Outdoor Patio

33rd Street Bistro

3301 Folsom Boulevard, Sacramento

Since 1995, 33rd Street Bistro has been dishing up Pacific Northwest inspired cuisine. Alongside traditional breakfast fare, they serve lunch and dinner, and offer local micro brews on tap.

33 Street Bistro Sacramento

Photo courtesy of 33rd Street Bistro

Bacon and Butter

5913 Broadway, Sacramento

In traditional farm to table style, Bacon and Butter prepares everything from scratch with local and seasonal ingredients often purchased from local farmer’s markets. Though it is the only brunch spot on this list without an outdoor patio, Sacramento A-List voted it the best brunch spot in the city; so save it for one of those record-breaking heatwave weekends.

Bacon and Butter Sacramento

Photo courtesy of Rachel Valley via Bacon and Butter

Cafeteria 15L

1116 15th Street, Sacramento

   

Striving to evoke the nostalgia and comfort of a home-cooked meal, Cafeteria 15L offers a weekend brunch full of farm to table options, including their Chocolate Banana Waffle and egg skillets on top of homemade tater tots.

Cafeteria 15L Sacramento

Photo courtesy of Kevin Fiscus for Cafeteria 15L

Dad’s Kitchen

2968 Freeport Boulevard, Sacramento + 8928 Sunset Avenue, Fair Oaks

    

Both locations, in Land Park and Fair Oaks, serve brunch in American comfort food style and boast the most beautiful patios in Sacramento. Dad’s Kitchen was featured on Diners, Drive Ins and Dives with Guy Fieri who called the Hot Blonde sandwich “a club sandwich gone wild”  see a video clip from the episode here.

Dad's Kitchen Sacramento

Photo courtesy of Dad’s Kitchen

Evan’s Kitchen

855 57th Street, Sacramento

Though they serve lunch and dinner, Evan’s Kitchen is locally famous for their breakfast menu. This chef owned restaurant boasts a warm atmosphere and hearty comfort food with everything from benedicts to chicken fried steak to french toast.

Evan's Kitchen Sacramento

Photo courtesy of Evan’s Kitchen

Firestone Public House

1132 16th Street, Sacramento

One of the more rambunctious options, Firestone Public House offers breakfast with a side of sports and beer. We suggest you try their Pulled Pork Benedict with a Bacon Bloody Mary.

Firestone Public House Sacramento

Photo courtesy of Kevin Fiscus for Firestone Public House

Hook and Ladder Manufacturing Company

1630 S Street, Sacramento

    

Named after a volunteer group which helped to rebuild the city after the fires of 1850, Hook and Ladder supports local farms, ranches, breweries and wineries. They serve up a delicious weekend brunch as well, representing the bountiful harvest California has to offer.

Hook and Ladder Sacramento

Photo courtesy of Hook and Ladder

Orphan Breakfast House

3440 C Street, Sacramento

Self-proclaimed as “one of Sacramento’s healthiest breakfast spots” Orphan Breakfast House, an extension of the Naked Coffee family, serves breakfast everyday of the week, turning traditional Latin-inspired breakfast foods into delicious low-fat and low-sodium fare. Keep in mind they are a cash-only establishment!

Orphan Breakfast House Sacramento

Photo courtesy of Yelp

Rio City Café

1110 Front Street, Sacramento

    

Rio City Café is located in a steamship-inspired building right on the Sacramento River. With a dog friendly patio, they invite you to bring your furry friend along to enjoy bottomless mimosas and a farm fresh breakfast, including Crab Eggs Benedict and a Lobster Omelette.

Rio City Cafe

Photo courtesy of Yelp

Roxy Restaurant and Bar

2381 Fair Oaks Boulevard, Sacramento

    

Roxy Restaurant and Bar boasts fresh, made from scratch options (including homemade biscuits and doughnut holes) and jams made in-house. They source from local farms and ranches, and serve only their own Lucky Dog Ranch Beef. Try a traditional mimosa or their Pomosa made with pomegranate juice, paired with their huevos rancheros (shown above in our cover photo)  it’s almost too beautiful to eat!

Roxy Restaurant and Bar Sacramento

Photo Courtesy of Roxy Restaurant and Bar

The Porch

1815 K Street, Sacramento

    

Though originally a lunch and dinner spot, The Porch now offers brunch Friday through Sunday. Inspired by authentic southern cuisine, the menu changes daily as the chefs strive to use organic, seasonal and local ingredients.

The Porch Sacramento

Photo courtesy of The Porch

Tower Café

1518 Broadway, Sacramento

Since Earth Day in 1990, Tower Café has been serving a little something from every part of the globe. Try their Famous French Toast or Greek Pita Scramble — or their Jaliscan Hash, an 8 hour roasted pork, topped with poached eggs, red potatoes, peppers, cilantro and hollandaise!

Tower Cafe Sacramento

Photo courtesy of Tower Café

Zocalo

1801 Capitol Avenue, Sacramento + 1182 Roseville Parkway, Roseville

    

With locations in Midtown and Roseville, Zocalo serves a Mexican-inspired brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. They offer Mexican breakfast favorites alongside their enchilada and taco lunch specialties.

Zocalo Sacramento

Photo courtesy of Zocalo

 

Category Fair Oaks, Neighborhood Guides, Roseville, Sacramento

Holly Ragsdale

Holly is a content specialist for Lyon Real Estate, the leading independent real estate company in the greater Sacramento region. The Lyon blog focuses on community news + local events, as well as home inspiration + design trends. Enjoy!

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