But be sure to head east… and wander the tree-lined residential avenues and blocks of boutiques, tiny art galleries, restaurants, and bars/clubs in Midtown, the neighborhood also known as the “Grid.”
Some of the small businesses are housed in restored Victorians, while the city’s nightlife and foodie, art, and music scenes brew here. Stroll down this charming neighborhood’s streets and find a funky antiques shop. Or make a wrong turn down a quiet alley, only to stumble upon Old Soul Co., a converted warehouse-turned-artisan bakery where locals chill on sofas and surf their laptops.
Midtown definitely gives visitors a taste of Sacramento’s hip, eclectic, and unexpected side, so if you’re staying the night, why not book a stylish room at the Citizen Hotel, a boutique hotel downtown, not far from the State Capitol.