The 33rd Street Bistro has been an East Sacramento favorite since brothers Matt & Fred Haines opened it in 1995. Enjoy Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner seven days a week in a casual but stylish environment and featuring a full bar.
Try the steak cobb salad with the ice tea. Very good on a warm afternoon.
Sit at the bar for brunch. Ask for the brook trout hash "Alex style." the sub the trout for bacon, sausage and jalapeño.
Try the Caramel Fudge Brownie
two words, Bistro Meatloaf
The rainier has always been my favorite here.
Get The Gorge. One of the best sandwiches I've had.
Sat. $1 street tacos
3.33 Happy Hour Bomb
Gotta try that Puget Sound Panini!
Ask for the two for 25 deal! You won't regret it ;)
Happy Hour Happiness $Chardonney
Try the Chocolate Trio
Try the Puget Sound Panini
Try the Dessert Trio
Try the French Onion Soup
The gorge panini was fantastic!
Breakfast was good service the same would recommend going back for breakfast or lunch..
Check out the Tillamook Cheese Burger! Super delicious!
$$$$$ for a good hamburger is worth it (as long as you bring a friend to split the meal & the bill)
Nice food at a nice place and a price to match.
Check out their new happy hour! Lots of yummy food additions, try the taco spring rolls and steak sticks
Check out the bottomless mimosas for weekend brunch.
Mt Rainier with fries (and salad): so gooooooooood!
The Reuben is bland. The Gorge is delicious. Order a drink unless you're prepared for your server to be rude. Oh, and watch out for flies.
The Menu has been the same for a long time. Not many vegetarian options. 1 panini ...wasn't bad. I come here for sweet potato fries and wine.
Sweet potato fries with the truffle mayo.. to die for.
If you eat outside, make sure to bring your own fly paper. Lots of flies.
Get the Rainer! It's truly the best!!!
Happy Hour Mon-Fri 330-6pm $3.33Bottomless Mimosas Sat-Sun 8am-2pm $3.33
The smoked trout hash is fantastic!