The city’s political and financial hub, Downtown is home to Capitol Park, with the neoclassical California State Capitol and its museum on landscaped grounds. A busy dining and nightlife scene includes farm-to-table restaurants, cocktail bars, and performing arts theaters, plus NBA games at the Golden 1 Center. The Crocker Art Museum has a vast collection of Californian works, and fine art galleries dot the area.
Midtown is a hip district with a diverse restaurant scene, from trendy, upscale dining to contemporary global cuisine, plus craft breweries, gay bars, and nightclubs. There’s also a mix of independent galleries, clothing boutiques, and vintage shops, as well as several music venues. Sutter's Fort State Historic Park recreates an 1800s pioneer settlement with live demonstrations and contains the State Indian Museum.
East Sacramento is a neighborhood east of downtown and midtown. East Sacramento is bounded by U.S. Route 50 to the south, Alhambra Boulevard. Residential development began in the 1890s, and the area was annexed into Sacramento in 1911. It was also home to the Alhambra Theatre. East Sacramento also includes McKinley Park and the "Fabulous Forties" neighborhood.
Oak Park is a neighborhood in Sacramento, California. The McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific Sacramento Campus, Sacramento High School, and Christian Brothers High School are located in this neighborhood.
Curtis Park is a neighborhood located within the city of Sacramento, California. Curtis Park is defined as north of Sutterville Road, south of Broadway Ave., east of Freeport Boulevard, and west of Highway 99. Curtis Park is a largely residential neighborhood
Land Park is a laid-back neighborhood known for its namesake, William Land Park, home to family-friendly attractions like the Fairytale Town play park, Funderland Amusement Park, and the Sacramento Zoo. The park also has a golf course, a fishing pond, a jogging path, and barbecue areas. A few craft breweries and taphouses dot the area, as well as burger joints, brunch spots, and ice cream parlors.
West Sacramento is a city in Yolo County, California. The city is separated from Sacramento by the Sacramento River which also separates Sacramento and Yolo counties. It is a fast-growing community; the population was 48,744 at the 2010 census, up from 31,615 at the 2000 census.