Sacramento is growing and we couldn't be more #SacramentoProud. We collected all the latest Bars, Restaurants and Coffee shops opening soon in Sacramento. Check out what is to come!!

The Bank

The new space - rebranded simply as “The Bank” - will contain three levels and 30,000 square feet. Local chefs and eateries will be interwoven throughout the building’s renowned architecture. The bank's original vaults, seen only by a priviledged few for decades, will now be open to the public as an underground taproom.

KoJa Kitchen coming to the 700 block of K Street

KoJa Kitchen will be coming to the 700 block of K Street, joining a development project that includes upward of 16 retail tenants and more than 130 new housing units. The mixed-use project is expected to be completed in late 2017.

KoJa Kitchen, which is based in San Jose, is a familiar brand for those who follow the mobile food scene. The KoJa Kitchen truck, which specializes in Japanese and Korean foods, has been a staple of Sacramento’s annual SactoMoFo mobile food events. - Sac Bee

State Fare Kitchen & Bar

Opening 2017 - State Fare Kitchen & Bar in Sacramento will be a neighborhood restaurant where locals of all ages will go to settle in, relax and enjoy fresh, made from scratch food in a casual, fun atmosphere. The restaurant takes comfort food to a new level, providing guests with consistently delicious dishes that are simply prepared and made from the best quality, local ingredients. Locally sourced ingredients paired with wines, craft brews, and cocktails inspired by the signature flavors of the region create a lively and inspiring culinary environment.

Billy Ngo, executive chef and co-owner of Kru to open Buudai on K street

Buudai, which will open late this year or early in 2018, draws its name from Ngo’s given birth name, Buu, and its concept, of serving dumplings and other small plates, from Ngo’s acclaimed but short-lived J Street Chinese spot Red Lotus.

Buudai will be more casual than Red Lotus was, Ngo said, but will have a similar, dim-sum-inspired concept. Though he is known for his his sushi expertise, Ngo comes from a Vietnamese-Chinese family. His parents once owned a Chinese restaurant. - Sac Bee

Philz Coffee

Philz Coffee will be joining Block Three of the development in late spring of 2017. Founded in SF's Mission District, Philz’ now boasts nearly 40 stores in California and Washington D.C. This will be Philz’ first store in the Sacramento region.

Häagen-Dazs at DOCO

Haagen-Dazs is expected to open this year. DoCo is expected to include 1.5 million square-feet of mixed use development. The initial phase includes 128,000 square feet of office space, 300,000 square feet of retail and the 250-room Sawyer boutique hotel. The hotel is scheduled to open this summer.

Urban Roots Brewing & Smokehouse

Urban Roots is a brewery and smokehouse restaurant in Downtown Sacramento specializing in farmhouse style ales and oak aged beers. Opening in Fall 2017.

De Vere's Irish Pub owners planning new tavern on R Street corridor

The folks behind de Vere’s Irish Pubs in Sacramento and Davis have submitted plans to the city for a small tavern on the R Street corridor in Sacramento.

The new place, called The Snug, will be in 1,800 square feet in the building at 15th and R streets that local development company Cordano completed several years ago. The building previously housed state offices, but Cordano Co.converted it into a retail building that houses Iron Horse Tavern, Dos Coyotes Border Grill and Roxie Deli and Barbecue, among other tenants. The Snug would take a vacant space between Dos Coyotes and Roxie. - Biz Journal

Ruhstaller's new taproom at 726 K Street

Ruhstaller has signed a long-term lease on another basement space at 726 K Street. The new taproom will be open seven days a week, and like the current one, will serve Ruhstaller’s experimental small batches alongside the brewery’s greatest hits. “We will have a modest food program,” - SacTown Magazine 

Solomon's Delicatessen

Three Sacramentans are teaming up to open an authentic Jewish delicatessen in downtown Sacramento.

Jami Goldstene, who runs a local public relations firm, says that she is planning to open the deli along the 700 block of K Street sometime in fall 2017 with her business partners Lydia Inghram and Sheila Wolfe.

Goldstene says the Jewish delicatessen will offer classics like grab-and-go sandwiches on rye bread, bagels, baked goods and hopefully a retail section with grocery items and staples for Jewish holidays. - SacTownMag 

Chocolate Fish Coffee to open in Land Park

Edie Baker, co-owner of the coffeehouse, recently signed a lease on a 1,500-square-foot spot next to Taylor’s Market in Land Park. The site was a former lawnmower store.

The Freeport branch will be the third Chocolate Fish in Sacramento. Edie and husband Andy Baker first set up shop in 2008 at Third and Q streets. A second location opened in East Sacramento in 2013. - SacBee 


Pressed Juicery team is dedicated to creating attainable and affordable nutrient-rich juice, as they believe that wellness is a right, not a luxury. Pressed Juicery juices are made from 100% fruits and vegetables, never contain additives and are cold-pressed using a custom hydraulic press to gently extract the maximum vitamins and minerals from fresh produce. Pressed Juicery will open at Ice House in Summer 2017.

Camillia Coffee Roasters

Camellia Coffee Roasters will be opening in Sacramento shortly, and we are excited to join the well respected Sacramento coffee scene. We know great coffee and look forward to adding our flavor and vibe to the menu. 

Fizz Champagne & Bubble Bar

The wine bar and restaurant Fizz would be on the small side, just 2,000 square feet, but it doesn’t need much of a kitchen, so much of the space will be the bar, lounge and front of house, said Raymond James Irwin, who plans to open the restaurant this July. The food at Fizz will be mostly small plates to complement the Champagne, Irwin said. Dishes will include raw oysters, duck-fat French fries, charcuterie, foie gras plates and table-side cheese service. - BizJournal 

Burgers and Brew - (Olde Ritual)

The first floor will be the main restaurant and bar. But in the building’s existing basement, crews will put in 17-foot-tall brewing tanks. And when the brewing itself isn’t happening, benches and tables will be available to give customers a subterranean, European beer hall-style experience. - Biz Journal

Burger Lounge at DOCO

Burger Lounge, headquartered in San Diego, emphasizes grass-fed beef on its menu, along with vegetarian options, salads and sides. The Downtown Commons location will be the chain’s first in the Sacramento region, and one of only three in Northern California, with two Bay Area locations listed as “coming soon” on the chain’s website. - Biz Journal

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