|1409 R street, Sacramento, CA|
|Burgers, sandwiches and brew house|
|Sunday-Wednesday: 11 am- 12 am|
|Thursday-Saturday: 11 am- 3 am|
|Cash, Visa, Master Card, Discover|
Burgers and Brew is a Restaurant under the same ownership as Crepeville. They specialize in burgers (various meats and vegetarian alternatives), of course, but also serve sandwiches such as BLTs, cheesesteaks, and melts along with their enjoyable milkshakes. The lamb burger comes with a tzatziki sauce and is surprisingly light but amazingly flavorful. Oh yeah, and they have a great selection of beer and wine. They just expanded their beer selection to around 30 beers on tap, and run daily specials featuring some fantastic local and California micro-brews. Furthermore, they have between 20 and 30 additional selections in bottle.
They also have beer tasting flights. For example, beginning August 19, 2011, they had a 5-IPA flight consisting of Pliny the Elder (Russian River double IPA), Sculpin (Ballast Point), Racer 5 (Bear Republic; one of their usual tap list), Maximus (Lagunitas double IPA), and Mongo (Port double IPA). It's a pretty spectacular flight (Pliny and Sculpin are two of the most popular IPAs out there), costing $10 for the five 4-oz. pours. Check on their Facebook page for updates to their daily and weekly specials.
For lunch, Burgers and Brew is like Crepeville, where customers order at the counter and receive a number. In the evening, beginning at 5 p.m. the restaurant has full service and a host who seats customers. As of now, they aren't accepting any reservations. Happy hour is between 3-6 pm Monday through Friday and consists of a dollar off draft beers as well as a happy hour food menu. The attentive wait staff and good service makes this a friendly place to eat.
They just expanded they're dining area to accommodate more guests and more beers on tap.
The owners first opened Burgers and Brew in Davis and have since expanded to Chico, the new Sacramento International Airport terminal and Folsom.