Boulevard Park is a historic neighborhood in Midtown Sacramento, California. The city is packed with fun activities and hosts a wide variety of restaurants, including breakfast and brunch spots. Here are the best places to go.
Cafeteria 15L | Courtesy of Diane Lally
Cafeteria 15L is Sacramento’s newest urban restaurant. They serve American food with a classic flair. Decorated with reclaimed woods, an array of mixed and matched chairs, and industrial light fixtures, the restaurant has a cozy yet whimsical atmosphere. Cafeteria 15L is a one-of-a-kind restaurant. Each of their dishes is created with a twist, but they retain the character of home-cooked meals. The restaurant features two outdoor patios.
Orphan Breakfast House offers a menu which combines familiar ingredients with Latin flavors and Asian accents. With its low fat and low sodium options, this breakfast spot is one of the healthiest in Sacramento. Their popular meals include the Naked Cakes (pancakes) and the Sweet Corn Breakfast Tamales. The staff are friendly, creating a welcoming, family-friendly atmosphere. So treat your family and friends to a meal here, and enjoy it on the outdoor seating.
Capitol Garage is a great place to go for breakfast or brunch. They serve a wide variety of breakfast options, from sandwiches and omelets, to pancakes, bacon and sausages. Their brunch options include biscuits and gravy, croquettes, burgers and burritos. The restaurant also offers desserts and a generous wine and beer list, and the staff provide a friendly and warm environment. This is a good place to go with family, friends, or coworkers.
Grilled Cheese Benedict | Courtesy of Bacon & Butter
Bacon & Butter
This brunch spot defends the concept of farm-to-table cuisine. They serve seasonal produce from local farmer’s markets and shop from sustainable meat providers. Since their menus are determined by what is seasonally available, that may mean no tomatoes in winter. However, their meals are so good you won’t have time to worry about that. Their menu includes a wide variety of options, and not all meals have bacon and butter in them. Dine at the restaurant that according to Sactown Magazine makes the world’s best pancakes and see for yourself.
Crepeville is a family-owned restaurant established in 1990 that specializes in crepes. This restaurant is a great alternative to fast food. It is reasonably priced and it provides professional and friendly service, offering fresh and healthy food in a relaxing atmosphere. Crepeville has been winning awards for their great food and service since 2004, including One of the Top 10 Lunches in Sacramento 2006 and Best Breakfast 2006 and 2007. Their menu provides options for all tastes. Whether you’re in the mood for sweet or savory, Crepeville’s food will leave you satisfied.
The owner of this restaurant brings to Boulevard Park a Californian approach to authentic southern dishes, inspired by Creole, Cajun, and other Southern classics. The restaurant aims to be a place where people can come for great meals and cocktails to relax after a hard day of work or a tiring day of exciting tourist activities. In this restaurant customers will feel the charm and hospitality of the South. The Porch’s menu changes daily as they strive to serve the best local, seasonal, and organic ingredients. The food here is made from scratch.
Cornerstone has been serving classic American breakfasts since 1994. They pride themselves on serving some of the best omelets, scrambles, pancakes, waffles, and various breakfast sides. There are also non-breakfast options available such as sandwiches, salads and burgers. Sides include shrimp, fries, chips and guacamole. Get to Cornerstone early and take advantage of the Early Bird Special, available throughout the week. Happy hour is also available Monday through Saturday. The restaurant offers other special deals including King’s Game Night where beers are less than $4 and Game Day Specials where food items are less than $5.