For those of you who do not know, Sacramento is the Farm to Fork Capital of the United States, we are also known as the city of trees but that is another story to tell. Being the Farm to Fork Capital, we are lucky enough to have so many great food options with tons of local and seasonal produce available at our fingertips. I love the food here so much and ask for tons of recommendations that I started out a draft of restaurants to eat in Sacramento and let me tell you, it was too hard to combine so many great restaurants into one post for Sacramento, CA. So here I am again attempting to do this, but instead I will be seperating them into different categories. So here are my favorite spots for Brunch in Sacramento.
4391 Gateway Park Blvd #650, Sacramento, CA 95834
This place is amazing and has won some awards at the California State Fair. They offer all types of dishes served with waffles, some waffles savory like pictures above or sweet waffles covered with nutella, bananas or whipped cream. They make waffle sandwiches and eggs benedict placed on a waffle. This is a mist try place.
1800 15th Street, Sacramento 95811
Now this place is great for brunch but also great for lunch and dinner too. I love the eggs benedict here because instead of using a traditional english egg muffin they used a hashbrown pressed in a waffle iron giving it great flavor and a crunch with your sauce and eggs. Be sure to order bottomless mimosas to pair. Oh and a must have is their mac and cheese trio along with their ahi poke nachos!! Those nachos are amazing, especially if you love raw fish.
1518 Broadway, Sacramento, CA 95818
Tower Cafe is probably one of the most classic restaurants in Sacramento. They are pretty much a great place to eat at any time of the day, however, their brunch is probably the local favorites. They have tons of gorgeous desserts visible in their glass case and a beautifully landscaped outdoor patio area. I also suggest you try their famous french toast.
1132 16th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
Firestone is owned by the same person that owns Iron Horse, however, the foods are fairly different. They are just as delicious as Iron Horse but different. This location is great for Sundays brunch for those who want to watch the game but enjoy breakfast or brunch and can enjoy a cold drink afterwards at the bar to watch the game. Firestone alsoo offers bottomless mimosas as well!
1001 R Street, Sacramento, CA 95811
Fox and Goose has a lot of charm and is a British pub sort of style. But on a serious note, their eggs benedict is delicious! Their holldaise sauce is a bit thicker than the normal sauce but it has so much flavor.
1020 K Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
Now if you want to take a different approach to brunch, try brunch pizza at Pizza Rock! Lol by now, you must understand that bottomless mimosas are almost a requirement for me for Brunch, haha and thankfully Pizza Rock pulls through on this. They have great pizza selections and different flavor bottomless mimosas which are great.
1730 L St., Sacramento, CA 95814
If you love crepes, you must check out this place. I prefer savory crepes, but they have crepes of all kinds, sweet, savory, a little bit of both and more. The options are endless here, I would suggest getting the Mexican Hot Chocolate as well.
Farmer’s Market on Saturday Mornings on K St. and 20th St.
Some of my favorite things to do is to take a stroll on Saturday mornings to get some local produce, fruits, and beatuiful flowers. Not only do they serve local produce, they also have a separate area for food like croissants, breads, crepes, macarons, empanadas and more. It is definitely worth checking out. I highly suggest getting the Crepes and he is usually in the red tent.
Some other locations many locals may recommend is Orpan or Bacon and Butter.
What are some of your favorite places to eat Brunch in Sacramento? Leave your comments below?