Delta King Pilothouse Rstrnt

1000 Front St SacramentoCA95814
Open
Sunday
Open All Day
Monday
Open All Day
Tuesday
Open All Day
Wednesday
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Thursday
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Friday
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Saturday
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The Delta King Hotel in Old Sacramento is a unique Sacramento treasure. The authentic riverboat plied the Sacramento River between San Francisco and Sacramento from 1927 to 1940. During World War II it served as a troop transport on San Francisco Bay. After the war the Delta King became a derelict roaming the Delta, without purpose or home. It sank at Richmond in San Francisco Bay in 1982 for a...
by mapquest on July 21, 2015 from mapquest

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The Sunday champagne brunch is sumptuous, offering everything from fresh fruit and salmon to fancy omelettes.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

One of the best riverboat dining experiences in town to impress a date.:
In Short
The Delta King is an old paddlewheel boat that has been transformed into a hotel and restaurant. Lucky patrons are pampered as they gaze out the windows onto the murky but...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on August 22, 2005 from Citysearch

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The Pilothouse restaurant aboard the historic Delta King offers river side dining, outstanding cuisine, a Wine Spectator Award of Excellence wine list and a great place to meet with friends in a relaxed, fun atmosphere. Enjoy Saturday and Sunday Brunch - 7:00 am to 11:30 am. Gluten free items available. Proud participant in the Sacramento Farm to Fork initiative utilizing local seasonal produce...
by yahoolocal on January 14, 2014 from yahoolocal
Mark Twain would probably feel right at home in the pilot house of this riverboat converted to an elegant hotel. Delta King's interior shines with brass and the original oak trim glows throughout the beautifully restored 44-suite hotel. If Mark Twain visited the hotel's restaurant, the Pilothouse, he would experience fine dining. Other on-board attractions include two theaters (one of them...
by yahoolocal on February 02, 2012 from yahoolocal