With two movie theater screens, numerous TVs, a state-of-the-art sound system, and all of the DIRECTV sports packages, Clubhouse 56 has earned its reputation as one of the best sports bars in Sacramento. The friendly and knowledgable staff have served quality food and beverages to the neighborhood for years, with their great burgers and steak fries and wide selection of drinks. They have eight beer taps, ranging from Bud Lite to Lagunitas, and also an extensive bottled beer library for the beer lovers out there. If you prefer wines, they have everything from house wines to select superior wines, and if there is something else you want, they even have cold liquors kept in a freezer for ice cold shots. Whether you want to watch the Kings, 49ers, or the Giants, Clubhouse 56 is a great place to go for a drink, great eats, and sports.
Address & telephone number: 723 56th St, Sacramento, CA, USA, +1 916 454 5656
Originally Doc’s Place, or The Root Beer King where visitors could get a hot dog for a nickel, The Shack has been serving East Sacramento since 1931. This is little spot was home to one of the first drive-ins and then to the first drive through. California Governor ‘Sunny Jim’ Rolph was said to have had his first beer after prohibition in The Shack’s beer garden (now the kitchen). When Highway 50, now Folsom Blvd, was one of the main roads that led to Sacramento, Doc would sell up to 30 barrels of beer each day. Today, it has over 100 beers in bottles and on draft, and it has been voted ‘the best place to drink a Belgian Ale.’ They also have amazing steak fries and onion rings, and the reuben sandwich, fish and chips, and mimosas are extremely popular. The outside patio offers plenty of seating, which is especially great for trivia night when it can get packed.
Address & telephone number: 5201 Folsom Blvd, Sacramento, CA, USA, +1 916 457 5997