Midtown

 

From the Sutter District to Boulevard Park and Poverty Ridge, Midtown not only an offers an intriguing mix of boutiques, bars, galleries and restaurants, but also a collection of smaller neighborhoods.

Historic homes and tree-lined streets invite comfortable strolling and cycling. The mix and density of residential and commercial properties are unique to Sacramento.

The Sutter District is home to many great restaurants and cafes. The area is centered around Sutter’s Fort which captures pioneer life at the dawn of the California Gold Rush. John Sutter built the fort as the base of his agricultural empire.

This neighborhood hosts a popular year-round Saturday farmers market creating a vibrant community gathering place. The Second Saturday Art Walk attracts throngs of folks excited by art and creativity.

Recent Neighborhood Real Estate Sales

95816

  • 1818 22nd St #102 $480,000
  • 420 33rd St $526,000
  • 3136 Carly Way $545,000
  • 608 Santa Ynez Way $600,000
  • 1909 26th St $623,000
  • 817 38th St $635,000
  • 2205 L St $680,000
  • 3027 E St $700,000
  • 2308-2310 F St $1,405,000
  • 1500 39th St $2,600,000
  • 3166 S St $529,500
  • 1324 E Sutter Walk $665,000
  • 1640 37th St $740,000
  • 3450 L St $850,000
  • 3141 Serra Way $872,000
  • 110 Fonseca St $950,000
  • 2611 H St $1,600,000
  • 1341 39th St $2,050,000
  • 307 Alhambra Blvd $480,000
  • 2429 N St $682,000
  • 1224 33rd St $684,000
  • 3531 D St $750,000
  • 3531 Forney Way $955,000
  • 2101 G St $1,865,000
  • 2426 Q St $565,000
  • 1707 San Timoteo Walk $565,000
  • 2427 N St $670,000
  • 822 27th St $675,000
  • 1620 23rd St $745,000
  • 2713 Democracy Aly $749,000
  • 2715 Democracy Aly $750,000
  • 1114 33rd St $775,000
  • 3172 S St $590,000
  • 516 24th St $600,000
  • 1509 34th Street St $660,000
  • 134 Fischbacher St $1,100,000
  • 846 27th St $671,000
  • 639 39th St $755,000
  • 2305 G St $1,100,000
  • 2215 E St $1,110,000
  • 3138 Serra Way $455,000
  • 2605 C St $508,000
  • 2307 L St $525,000
  • 2605 N St $619,000
  • 621 23rd St $670,000
  • 640 38th St $675,000
  • 3589 Forney Way $718,000
  • 2805 E St $760,000
  • 544 36th Street $910,000
  • 441 34th St $1,040,000
  • 593 34th St $1,350,000
  • 3138 Serra Way $455,000
  • 2605 C St $508,000
  • 2307 L St $525,000
  • 2605 N St $619,000
  • 621 23rd St $670,000
  • 640 38th St $675,000
  • 3589 Forney Way $718,000
  • 2805 E St $760,000
  • 544 36th Street $910,000
  • 441 34th St $1,040,000
  • 593 34th St $1,350,000
  • 1159 37th St $540,000
  • 1308 34th St $610,000
  • 3209 T St $635,000
  • 845 Santa Ynez Way $660,000
  • 1329 E Sutter Walk $690,000
  • 3036 I St $729,000
  • 1401 37th St $1,615,000
  • 3232 S St $540,000
  • 3153 Carly Way $551,500
  • 2230 G St $562,500
  • 3701 T St $710,000
  • 2620 D St $725,000
  • 2820 C St $852,000
  • 632 38th St $855,500
  • 3557 P St $874,000
  • 3337 Forney Way $915,000
  • 3317 Mckinley Village Way $1,350,000
  • 317 23rd St $629,000
  • 948 36th St $676,000
  • 2619 I St $710,000
  • 73 Fischbacher St $818,000
  • 2511 Q St $825,000
  • 707 38th St $825,000
  • 516 24th St $475,000
  • 1818 22nd St #104 $509,000
  • 600 36th St $680,000
  • 3562 D St $716,000
  • 1617 36th St $765,000
  • 125 Fonseca St $900,000
  • 2714 D St $935,000
  • 2609 F St $955,000
  • 2420 H St $972,000
  • 3266 Forney Way $1,025,000
  • 854 Santa Ynez Way $1,175,000

Want to learn more about Midtown? Discover Local Shops and Restaurants!

Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op

The Waterboy

Block Butcher House

Tapa The World

Temple Coffee Roasters

Ginger Elizabeth

Mulvaney's Building and Loan

Zocalo

Local Churches
  • Bayside Church Midtown: 2225 19th St, Sacramento, CA 95818
  • Trinity Cathedral: 2620 Capitol Ave, Sacramento, CA 95816
  • First United Methodist Church: 2100 J St, Sacramento, CA 95816
  • St. John’s: 1701 L St, Sacramento, CA 95811
  • Westminster Presbyterian Church: 1300 N St, Sacramento, CA 95814
  • Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament: 1017 11th St, Sacramento, CA 95814
  • Holy Ascension Russian Orthodox Church: 714 13th St, Sacramento, CA 95814
Local Schools

Elementary Schools

  • Saint Francis of Assisi Elementary School: 2500 K St, Sacramento, CA 95816
  • Washington Elementary School: 520 18th St, Sacramento, CA 95811
  • Courtyard Private School: 205 24th St, Sacramento, CA 95816

Middle Schools

  • Courtyard Private School: 205 24th St, Sacramento, CA 95816
  • Sutter Middle School: 3150 I St, Sacramento, CA 95816
Parks
  • Southside Park: 2115 6th St, Sacramento, CA 95818
  • John C. Fremont Park: 1515 Q St, Sacramento, CA 95811
  • Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park: 2701 L St, Sacramento, CA 95816
  • Albert Winn Park: 1616 28th St, Sacramento, CA 95816

Guide To Local Restaurants

Sacramento Natural Foods Co-Op

Every lifestyle—omnivore, vegan, raw, paleo, organic, gluten-free and carnivore—can find sustenance at the Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op. The “Co-op,” as fans call the store, was founded as a natural food collective in 1972, a time when organic and natural foods were rare in Sacramento or even in Sacramento restaurants. Today, thousands of members maintain ownership in the co-op, but you don’t have to be an owner to enjoy the bountiful selections found along every aisle.

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The Waterboy

Classic European delicacies such as steak tartare, sautéed veal sweetbreads, braised lamb shank and simmering bouillabaisse blend with locally sourced ingredients to make The Waterboy a treasured destination on Sacramento’s culinary map. Established in 1996 by homegrown chef and owner Rick Mahan, The Waterboy builds upon the region’s farm-to-fork legacy. Mahan gathers the freshest produce, fish and meats to create masterful dishes worthy of a French countryside bistro or a northern Italian ristorante.

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Zocalo

Towering ceilings and expansive windows beckon natural light and make the inside and outside worlds blend seamlessly at Zocalo. Next comes the décor: mammoth urns, intricate iron works, slab tables and stunning tableware create a culturally stimulating atmosphere for the food and drinks that follow. Housed in the handsomely renovated Arnold Brothers building, which served as a Hudson car dealership in the 1920s, Zocalo’s eccentric interior is inspired by the majestic town square of Mexico City, a gathering spot for centuries that embraces its past while embarking toward the future.

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The Rind

Three simple words encompass the philosophy of The Rind: “Cheese. Wine. Beer.” The cheese-centric bar in the Handle District offers artisanal cheeses paired with wines and beers selected by the two certified sommeliers and one certified cicerone—beer taster—on staff. Cheese enthusiasts explore all variety of exotic cheese products, from buttery and blue to nutty and stinky—created from local dairy sources.

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Mulvaney’s Building & Loan

Patrick Mulvaney is serious when he says, “Whatever comes in the front door goes on your plate.” A leader of the local farm-to-fork revolution, Mulvaney and his wife, Bobbin, built their reputations around the farm-fresh ingredients and local produce that comprise his masterful Chef’s Menus. The offerings at Mulvaney’s Building & Loan change daily to accommodate the harvests and the seasons.

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