At 10th and K streets (1000 K), California Musical Theatre has launched its first completely new theatre experience in 20 years. In the very heart of Downtown Sacramento, the producer of Music Circus and Broadway Sacramento presents The Cosmopolitan Cabaret, a 200-seat upscale, yet casual space. The Cabaret allows audience members the comfort of either table seating or tiered seating with beverage counters where they may enjoy cocktails and refreshments during the performance in modern metropolitan surroundings.
The Park Downtown Sacramento is a restaurant, nightclub, bar and private events venue in Sacramento, California.
Sacramento's premiere Ultra Lounge and Special Event Venue. It is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Sacramento across from the IMAX Theatre and Sacramento Convention Center. Cabana is an intimate and secluded lounge with well considered luxuries for discriminating night life denizens. Patrons at the bar can find shelter beneath oversized red string lampshades while others relax in the south beach style cabanas outfitted with personal x-box game consoles. The dance floor scene is anchored by woven veneer lanterns glowing like rustic architectural globes.
Tango by the River, Northern California's premier venue for authentic Argentine tango, is located in the picturesque and historic district of Old Sacramento. The studio itself has been called the "nation�s most elegant tango salon." With over 1500 square feet of beautiful hardwood floor, spacious fourteen foot ceilings, and five 12-foot windows overlooking Old Sacramento, it is also probably the most romantic.
Torch Club was one of the first bars in Sacramento established in 1934 the year prohibition ended In the past it was known as a watering hole for politicians and has become the most popular Blues Club in the Sacramento Area. The dance floor is large and ready for dancing! We feature the hottest blues bands from Sacramento, the Bay Area and national acts! We are located at 904 15th Street (between I and J streets). Across the street from the Memorial Auditorium.
Sacramento's entry into the extravagant world of "nightlife dining" will be Dream, the stylish new blend of restaurant and lounge that appeals to chic, affluent professionals from 25 to 40. Hip, fashionable and cutting-edge, Dream creates a breathtaking yet intimate experience to satisfy all the senses.
Sacramento's premiere casual dining restaurant. Our lounge provides a relaxing, modern and intimate atmosphere. Whether you are just starting the night out with a quick cocktail and a light appetizer or would like to enjoy a full three course meal, our menu is sure to exceed your expectations. Drink at the bar watching your favorite game on our 52" HD TVs. Dine at our high tops along the window overlooking Capitol Park or just relax on our oversized couches.
The Momo Lounge is Sacramento's premier Friday and Saturday night party destination. Located above Harlow's you'll first hear the music pulsating from the newly remodeled outdoor patio area complete with a 30 foot projection wall, a fully stocked bar, and its own DJ. Upstairs The Momo Lounge has multiple rooms all lavishly appointed with leather couches and sitting areas, as well as exclusive VIP areas complete with bottle service and your own VIP hostess to make sure you have the perfect evening while dancing to Sacramento's hottest DJ's and special guest DJ's.
Sacramento's original top shelf club features national and local acts such as Damian Marley to Jackie Greene and in between. 2 full bars, dance floor with total capacity at about 350. Average cover: $10 - $20 depending on talent. Separate club and cover upstairs in The Momo. Definitely one of two clubs that caters to the mature set, but also brings in the young.
- 1616 J Street
- Sacramento CA,
- 916 730-6033
Sacramento's newest nightclub is right on the main drag (J St). Food service with late night menu serving Mexican dishes, valet parking available and young set make this joint the alternative hot spot for the young set. From what we've seen, they're pushing the high-end vibe, but it appears that the majority of their clientele is college-style.
- 419 J Street
- Sacramento CA, 95816map
- 916 498-9384
The hottest place to be cool. Japanese Restaurant will full bar. Two floors offer distinctive vibes. Solid Japanese restaurant and full sushi bar on first floor. Night club with VIP booths and bottle service upstairs. House, Hip Hop and occasional live shows including go-go dancers and big screen projectors. Heavy Asian crowd, slightly oversexed marketing campaigns but overall, a solid club with excellent security.
Parlare is a blend of venues hosting private cocktail events and happy hours early evenings to the contemporary nightlife later in the evening featuring top 40 hits, 80's 90's mash ups. Enjoy a drink at the bar surrounded by the fresh floral designs accented with scented mood candles. As the evening goes on, heat up the night by drifting your way on up the chic element of the panoramic backdrop surrounded by water into the musically charged crowd. Have a seat.. Have a drink... Mingle or dance the night away amongst the feel of this modern sensual environment.
- 2000 K Street
- Sacramento CA, 95814map
- 916 448-7798
Faces is one of Sacramento's original gay nightclubs, celebrating its 25th Anniversary this year in 2010. In 2007 Faces became Northern California's largest nightclub. The multi-level expansion added on another 5 bars, a 3rd independent dance floor, numerous VIP and private areas, and the infamous outdoor swimming pool with two separate overlooking balcony's. Featuring the most advanced sound and lighting, we welcome you to check us out for an unequaled night out in downtown Sacramento.