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Firestone Public House
Featured: Inside Sacramento – Downtown
Sports and happy hours have never looked, sounded and tasted so good in a Sacramento restaurant as they do at Firestone Public House. This is a serious place for people in unserious moods—whether looking to unwind after work or catch a ballgame with friends. The beer menu is comprehensive and exhaustive, with 60 handles on tap. The televised sports options span the globe, from baseball and football to soccer and even cricket, depending on what’s happening wherever, delivered on 22 flat-screen monitors with an unrivaled sound system. Two outdoor patios bring the party under the sun, moon and stars. Menus are classically American and locally inspired. They feature multicultural options as imagined by the owners, the Wong brothers—Mason, Curtis and Alan. Among the most popular dishes are delectable finger foods such as chicken wings, avocado eggrolls, banh mi sliders and pulled pork nachos. Firestone features salads, soups, epic pizzas (including one for breakfast), mouthwatering sandwiches, including Sriracha-candied bacon grilled cheese, and entrees such as beef potpie, baby back ribs and beer-battered fish and chips.