Dog-friendly Rio City Cafe

Rio City Cafe

1110 Front Street
Sacramento, California 95813
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Local Phone: (916) 442-8226

Call first to reserve an outdoor table if you're coming with your dog, then let the seating hostess know you've arrived to be guided to a gate leading to an outdoor deck that qualifies as one of Sacramento's most scenic dining venues. The iconic Tower Bridge is right in your face, and the boat traffic passing by is endlessly entertaining.

Rio City is a popular place for weekend brunch (two seatings on Saturdays and Sundays) as well as for lunch and dinner. If you're in a romantic mode, time your visit to catch the sunset. Locals as well as out-of-towners love the location in the Old Sacramento historic district., dog friendly, Old Sacarmento, river, views, deck

Sacramento’s Tower Bridge, with pedestrian and bike lane.
Sacramento’s Tower Bridge, with pedestrian and bike lane.
Sacramento’s No. 1 tourist destination is as popular with locals as with visitors. And now that masks are off and smiles are on, it’s crazy hopping with activity again. The Old Sacramento Waterfront is loaded with history – it played a major role as a jumping off spot and supply center during the 1849 Gold Rush. With its waterfront location, wealth of historic buildings and protection as a state and national historic landmark, it retains an enduring charm. more »
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I'll have the chicken salad... Photo:Kennejima
Several years ago, Sacramento branded itself “America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital.” And no wonder: virtually every independently-owned restaurant in town prides itself on fresh ingredients sourced from Central Valley farms within just a few miles of town. With 2014 passage of a statewide law giving formal permission for dogs to join their people at outdoor bar and restaurant tables, it’s hard to find an eatery that doesn’t welcome DogTrekkers. During this unusual time, please call ahead to be sure your favorite dining spot is open, hours, safety precautions and more. more »
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