Late Late Late Night Eats….. Midtown Sacramento Del Taco Vs Micky D’s and a lil Sugah


By: CityFella You’ve burned all those calories on the dance floor, you may just want a lil snack or bigger snack. More than a dozen clubs and hundreds of people. Not many food choices after the clubs close in Downtown/Midtown.  In fact all the eateries are on the far side of  Midtown…     If youContinue reading “Late Late Late Night Eats….. Midtown Sacramento Del Taco Vs Micky D’s and a lil Sugah”

Last Call For Alcohol


By CityFella 1:43am Sunday Morning At 1.15am Alhambra Safeway is arguably one of the most exciting stores in Sacramento. This Safeway its the only supermarket for those living Downtown/Midtown Sacramento and its open 24 hours. Its near all the clubs. For those wanting to keep the party going beyond 2am its Safeway and only Safeway.Continue reading “Last Call For Alcohol”

The Urban Neighborhood you WILL want to live in


Its happening where the lights are bright.   Downtown- Midtown and East Sacramento.   Baby Boomers, empty Nesters and Millennials  are returning to the urban core where one can walk to restaurants,shops museums and other venues. The once dormant condo market is on fire in midtown.   During the Economic crises, they couldn’t give condos away, many became rentals.    Continue reading “The Urban Neighborhood you WILL want to live in”

He Loves the Nightlife-Newly elect Governor Jerry Brown Moves Midtown


A lot has changed in Sacramento since he was first elected Governor back in the  seventies.  The Metro area has added a million people since he was the Chief of California. California is one of the few states that does not have an official Residence.    Back in the day, Nancy Regan was clear, she wasn’t living Governors Mansion  (whichContinue reading “He Loves the Nightlife-Newly elect Governor Jerry Brown Moves Midtown”

As Nightclubs growth in San Francisco and Oakland slows, Sacramento’s Nightlife Expands


Sacramento, was the place San Franciscans stopped to grab a bite and buy  gas on route to Reno/Tahoe . In the last couple of years quite a few people from the Bay Area have visited Sacratomatoville.  They walked along side us in short pants(imagine wearing shorts in San Francisco)  on our 2nd Saturday’s, visiting our museums, art galleriesContinue reading “As Nightclubs growth in San Francisco and Oakland slows, Sacramento’s Nightlife Expands”

The Building on 15th Street-is it haunted and would you live there?


Mysterious Mission Revival The Maydestone Apartments building on 15th Street provides views in all directions, with the skyscrapers of Downtown to the west and the rooftops of Midtown to the east. Built in 1912, the 32 unit Mission Revival building was closed after a mysterious fire on Halloween 2003. After seven years, the building isContinue reading “The Building on 15th Street-is it haunted and would you live there?”

Very Old Spaghetti Factory


Midtown’s Passenger Depot Turns 100 On August 21, 2010, Sacramento’s Western Pacific passenger depot at 1910 J Street marks 100 years since the arrival of its first passenger train. On that day a century ago, the Western Pacific Railroad began passenger operations in Sacramento, on its route between Salt Lake City, Utah and Oakland, California.Continue reading “Very Old Spaghetti Factory”

Midtown Clubs Booming, Downtown Clubs Struggling is there room for both?


MIDTOWN is smoking, DOWNTOWN is holding on,OLD SACRAMENTO is dead. Two clubs: Images VIP ,and wonderful Avalon on 15 th are dark, phones disconnected.  Dreams Ultra Lounge on 15th is looking for customers. A few short years ago, there were few late night options in Sacramento, it was midtown or old Sac.   In theContinue reading “Midtown Clubs Booming, Downtown Clubs Struggling is there room for both?”