Welcome to East Sacramento
A charming neighborhood with lovely trees and urban amenities.
East Sacramento is located near downtown and midtown Sacramento. Home to McKinley Park, Sacramento State University, and the Fabulous Forties, East Sacramento is a great place to explore on a bicycle due to the number of bike trails in the area. The neighborhood of East Sacramento is rooted in history, and the Fabulous Forties neighborhood is a testament to the type of architecture that formerly defined the city. Residents enjoy living in East Sacramento because it is relatively small with only 23,000 people. The dense suburban atmosphere blends well with the restaurants, bars, and cafes in the neighborhood.
Downtown Sacramento is not far from East Sacramento and residents can bike to the downtown area in a short amount of time. East Sacramento contains some of the most amazing residential architecture in all of California. The large Tudors, Spanish, and European revival-style homes make East Sacramento one of the most picturesque neighborhoods in the city. Driving down some of the tree-lined streets in East Sacramento makes you feel like you are somewhere found in a story book!
What to Love
East Sacramento is a small neighborhood that is home to less than 50,000 people. The friendly and comfortable atmosphere in this part of Sacramento attracts many residents and visitors. Residents of East Sacramento love to try the new restaurants that open up across the neighborhood all the time. Those who live in East Sacramento also enjoy local breweries, gastropubs, and brewpubs. Many of these establishments feature outdoor areas where people can gather with their friends around fire pits and food trucks. Also, coffee shops are extremely popular in East Sacramento. Local coffee shops are favored over national chains. Waking up early in the morning and biking to your favorite coffee shop is a common practice in East Sacramento.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Individuals living in East Sacramento have many options to choose from when searching for a place to drink and eat. SacYard Community Tap House is a popular establishment in the East Sacramento neighborhood. The taproom is inside a converted garage and features a beer garden and entertaining games. The menu doesn’t only feature beer. Wines, ciders, hard kombuchas, and non-alcoholic beverages are available at SacYard Community Tap House.
Orphan Breakfast House is a notable restaurant in East Sacramento. Lunch items include the chicken salad sandwich, carne asada sandwich, and Baja shrimp wrap. Sushi lovers will be impressed by Kru Sushi. Distinctive sushi rolls available at Kru include the hapa hapa roll, the caterpillar roll, and the firecracker roll.
Things to Do
Mckinley Park is one of the most popular places to spend the day in East Sacramento. The soccer fields and swimming pools provide hours of entertainment and exercise.
Residents visit the Museum of Medical History to explore the development of medical science in the United States and around the world. The Crocker Art Museum is named after E. B. Crocker and it was created in 1885. Many collections are on display in this museum and it is one of the most important art museums in the western United States.
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