The City of Sacramento, Midtown Association, Downtown Sacramento Partnership, Visit Sacramento, Old Sacramento Waterfront, R Street Corridor, The Sutter District, The Handle District, Midtown Central Restaurant District, and the Alhambra Corridor are teaming together to reinvent the way we dine – al fresco style! We are excited to bring people together once again, safely and at a distance, to enjoy the Midtown restaurants we know and love, outside under our beautiful Sacramento skies, with Farm to Fork Al Fresco (F2FAF)

The F2FAF effort will help Sacramento restaurants expand their capacity by opening up tables on sidewalks, parking lots, and streets. Our hope is that these outside seating changes can help restaurants make up for the losses they might experience with indoor seating due to public health orders. When Sacramento is approved for Phase 2 of reopening, restaurants will be allowed to expand their restaurant footprint.

Click below to view recent media stories focusing on the F2FAF effort

Sacramento City Leaders Plan to Help Restaurants

Sacramento Restaurants Could be Allowed to Expand to Sidewalk, Street Dining

Business Leaders Looking to Expand Outdoor Seating for Restaurants Pending Reopening

Business Groups Announce Plan for Outdoor Restaurant Seating When City can Reopen

Opening Up Outdoor Dining Options for Sacramento Restaurants

Sacramento Looks at Using Sidewalks, Parking Lots for Restaurants to Expand Socially-Distant Seating

Aioli

Azul

Barwest

Blue Cue

Broderick’s Roadhouse

Buckhorn Grill

The Burger Patch

Cantina Alley

Centro Cocina

Der Biergarten

Fieldworks Brewing Company

Flamingo House

Ginger Elizabeth

The Golden Bear

Harlow’s Nightclub

Ink Eats & Drinks

Low Brau

The Limelight

Mango’s

Mulvaney’s

Nektar Juice Bar

Paragary’s

Peet’s Coffee

Pizzeria Urbano

Pushkin’s Restaurant

The Red Rabbit

The Rind

Saigon Alley

Tres Hermanas

Zocalo

 

To view a full list of Midtown restaurants that are offering dine in, dine al fresco, or take out, click here.