Every day in East Sacramento feels just a bit cozier than most areas, thanks to its own unique welcoming vibe and style. It’s hard to attribute the way of life to only one thing. Is it the historic homes and neighborhood’s friendly clubs? Is it all the tree-lined trails, gardens and parks? Is it being framed by a picturesque University campus, a beautiful river and charming eatery locations? Maybe it’s all its wonderful events? Honestly, it’s all the elements combined, sprinkled with the loyalty of its residents who relish everything the area offers, past, present and future.
Annual Events, Great Eats and Welcoming Clubs
Sutter Park homeowners can wake up each morning knowing they are truly home and ready for another day of the good life. Annual events here follow along the community’s vibrant way of life, focusing on food, family and fun. Each May welcomes the East Sacramento Garden Tour, an event built to highlight the area’s phenomenal landscapes and benefits one of the area’s schools. June is for music with the once-a-week Pops in the Park, a summer concert series open to the public to benefit local parks. Every July brings the biggest food event of the year with the Taste of East Sacramento, where talented participants show off their culinary mastery. And when it’s time to run off all those worthwhile calories, residents join the Fab 40s 5k Run/Walk, a benefit event for the Alzheimer’s Association.
When Sutter Park residents are ready to wine and dine there’s always a bevy of exceptional options in East Sacramento. While there are too many bistros and cafes to name, the focus of all remains on local ingredients and welcoming settings, keeping to Sacramento’s reputation as the Farm-to-Fork capital of the nation. Deciding which standard chain restaurant you must choose for the evening will be a thing of the past as you explore amazing cuisine in family friendly settings.
When it’s time to try something refreshing, morning, noon and night East Sacramento provides delicious options. Coffee houses such as Temple Coffee Roasters and Tupelo Coffee House will add rise and shine to your morning. When drinks are in order, wonderful options such as Mimosa House and Porchlight Brewing Company are a fifteen-minute walk from home.
East Sacramento offers its own unique blend of clubs and group activities for residents as well. As a garden and arts-centered community, Shepard Garden and Arts Center provides member clubs in interests such as gardening, horticulture, history, antiques, painting, photography, ceramics, metalwork and other arts and crafts. For those who would like a change in scenery from the many trails in the area, the gym options are plenty. No need to even jump in the car for some, East Sacramento Fitness is just a ten-minute walk from Sutter Park and Aquila Fitness just fifteen minutes.
Of course, the ultimate club you will be joining is the ranks of the happy Sutter Park homeowners that love where they live, and how they live, in beautiful and lively East Sacramento. We welcome you to come take it all in and would love to show you around, call to set an appointment now while homes are still available, but in short supply.