The Firehouse Restaurant

1112 Second St SacramentoCA95814
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The splendid ambiance of The Firehouse is enhanced by its reputation for excellence in food, wine and hospitality. The most award-winning restaurant in Sacramento, The Firehouse has earned the "Best of Award of Excellence" from Wine Spectator magazine for 12 consecutive years and was voted "Best Wine List" - Best of Sacramento. The Firehouse has been rated as Zagat's Top 100, and has also been...
by binglocal on October 16, 2014 from binglocal


There's a $7 valet and metered spaces are available throughout Old Sacramento; most are free after 6pm.
by Citysearch on March 16, 2014 from Citysearch

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The Firehouse Restaurant Review:
The Firehouse remains one of the top choices for fine dining in Sacramento, thanks to its professional service, high-end cuisine and extensive wine list. Located in a converted nineteenth-century fire station in Old Town, the restaurant has an interior awash in period charm, with Victorian antiques, sparkling chandeliers and gilded paintings. Also impressive is the outdoor courtyard, with its...
by gayot on August 13, 2015 from gayot
Long celebrated by locals and foodies as one of the city's top restaurants, this historic eatery has a full bar, breezy courtyard seating, and creative American cooking, such as char-grilled spring rack of lamb served with roasted French fingerling potatoes and baby artichoke and fava bean succotash. Visitors who can afford to treat themselves to a fine and leisurely meal can do no better in...
by fodors on April 09, 2015 from fodors
Locals flock to The Firehouse restaurant featuring new American cuisine, extensive wine lists and elegant atmosphere.:
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Upon entering the main dining room of the small bar and restaurant, guests are transported to the Gold Rush Era as oil paintings, elevated ceilings and a fireplace create a fine...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on January 11, 2008 from Citysearch
Despite the influx of restaurants to the Sacramento area, the Firehouse has remained vital to the city’s culinary heart since it opened nearly a half-century ago. Housed in a nineteenth-century fire station, the restaurant is awash in historical charm, with Victorian antiques, sparkling chandeliers and gilded paintings. Also impressive is the outdoor courtyard, with its tranquil shade trees,...
by gayot on June 23, 2007 from gayot

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Firehouse Restaurant is truly an elegant dining experience. The building is a restored 1850s fire station. Inside, it is a mansion with vaulted ceilings, wood paneling, a fireplace and fresh flowers on every table. Outside, a tree-covered courtyard offers a more-casual dining experience. The menu features a wide variety of steak, seafood and pasta dishes. Reservations are recommended. Save room...
by yahoolocal on May 13, 2019 from yahoolocal