Dining Guide


  • American, International

Essential Information

722 K St.
Sacramento, CA 95814

The team behind midtown’s Red Rabbit rolled out this bi-level eatery—where shareable New American dishes and craft cocktails arrive at your table via dim-sum-style carts—on K Street in November. Guests can nab everything from chef Eric Sarmento’s earthy vegan beet poke to his bacon-ranch cheese log as food-laden trolleys come by. (Folks can opt for a more traditional dining experience by ordering from the menu, which boasts items like the “hock pocket,” a retro-cool take on the microwaveable snack stuffed with ham, Gouda and broccoli.) Thirsty? Grab the strawberry-based The Lady Pink off a passing cart or sip on the signature Tiger’s Milk, a proprietary blend of coconut milk, crème de cacao, hazelnut liqueur and genever that is available at both the ground-floor and basement bars. Or simply drink in the restaurant’s “filthy gorgeous” design details, like the animated fuchsia neon milk bottle, murals by local artists like David Garibaldi and Jake Castro, and the gritty graffiti that lines the concrete walls.

Additional Information

Neighborhood: Downtown

Average Entrée Price: $10-$20

Late Night

Offering: Outdoor Seating

Website: https://www.tiger700block.com/