Inside Sacramento: The Most Interesting Neighborhood Places in America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital is a photographic guide book and map detailing 111 of the best places to eat, shop and explore in Sacramento.
This lovely book focuses on 8 city neighborhoods: East Sac, Oak Park, Land Park, Midtown, Downtown, Sutter District, Old Sac and The Bridge District. It includes more than 1,000 professional photos, in addition to providing a guide to the city’s vibrant cultural amenities. Now in Second Edition.
Praise for Inside Sacramento
Superbly done. This book captures both our heritage and a new vibrant vision of our future. Through artistic photographs and well-crafted descriptions, you can almost sense the aromas, delicacies, fun, excitement and energy of places that bring friends, family and visitors together. Bravo!
- Scot Crocker, Crocker Communications
Inside Sacramento is a love letter to the people and businesses that are turning a once sleepy Capital city into a vibrant hub of locally grown food, emerging artists, and healthy outdoor living. Whether you are a visitor looking to discover the city’s ‘must-sees’ or a long-time resident searching for the latest craft cocktails and eats, this beautiful book is your guide.
- Mark Friedman, Fulcrum Development
Inside Sacramento is the first and only book of its kind that shows Sacramento as the vibrant city it truly is. The book – with its wonderful photographs and its descriptive copy- portrays our city as the jewel of Northern California. As a long-time Sacramentan, I am delighted that Inside Sacramento has given me this fabulous portrait of my city, which I can proudly show to my clients as well as my family and friends
- Jane Einhorn, marketing and public relations consultant
Hats off to Cecily Hastings for bringing together such a great collection of our neighborhood gems in one place. It’s a beautiful, well-curated book that will appeal to both locals and visitors alike looking for the ‘Inside’ scoop on where the experience Sacramento at its best.
-Rob Turner, co-founder and co-editor, Sactown Magazine