33rd Street Bistro
Featured: Inside Sacramento – East Sac
Food inspired by the Pacific Northwest was a unique and winning restaurant concept in 1995, when brothers Fred and Matt Haines returned home to Sacramento from Portland and Seattle and opened 33rd Street Bistro. Two decades later, the brothers and their celebrated formula for success have gained iconic status in East Sacramento, where 33rd Street Bistro has established itself with extraordinary style, flavor and consistency. The sophisticated but casual Sacramento restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner—along with a traditional happy hour that fills the bar and patio. The menu features fresh ingredients, generous portions and colorful presentations. Craft cocktails are a house specialty, and the wine list brings unique pairings with more than 40 wines from Washington, Oregon and California, all available by the glass. The Haines brothers have expanded their dining empire to include the Riverside Clubhouse in Land Park and Suzie Burger in Midtown. Their fine touch at 33rd Street Bistro remains true to the core.