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33rd Street Bistro

The SRO, Inc. idea of “innovative neighborhood dining” began on November 13th, 1995. That morning, Sacramento-native brothers Fred and Matt Haines opened the doors to the 33rd Street Bistro on the corner of 33rd Street and Folsom Boulevard. Incorporating the flavors and techniques of the Pacific Northwest that Executive Chef Fred Haines had been surrounded by the previous ten years, the 33rd Street Bistro was an instant success for those customers looking for generous, full-flavored portions of food with appealing prices.

 

Riverside Clubhouse

Spurred on by the success of the Bistro in East Sacramento, the Haines brothers looked to the other side of town and opened the Riverside Clubhouse on March 23rd, 2003, in the well-known and established Land Park neighborhood. This time, Fred and Matt set out to create a restaurant that infused interpretations of timeless American classic fare with a modernistic sensibility. Gorgeous fireplaces and a thirty foot “wall of water” fulfill the senses while you enjoy an “Old Cemetery Lemon Drop” or a “four-way Prime New York Steak.” Just as they did in East Sac with 33rd Street Bistro, the brothers created a restaurant in Land Park that the residents truly believe to be “their own.”

 

Bistro 33 Davis

The next “neighborhood” spot found its way to the college town of Davis, CA. Improvising on the idea of the 33rd Street Bistro concept, “Bistro 33” was born. Bistro 33 Davis, though still a restaurant firmly rooted in the idea of Pacific Northwest inspired fare with reasonable prices, is also a cultural and community center in the heart of downtown Davis. Truly a sight to behold, Bistro 33 Davis is built within and around the old City Hall of Davis, and features a three-tiered patio, two levels of inside dining and a 25 seat bar. The largest SRO, Inc. restaurant in scale, Bistro 33 Davis nevertheless succeeds due to the company’s belief that the restaurant belongs to the neighborhood in which it resides, and the community of Davis has accepted it wholeheartedly.

 

Bistro 33 El Dorado Hills

Located under the dome in the new development, the El Dorado Hills Town Center, Bistro 33 El Dorado Hills, is again an attempt to successfully capture the magic that all of the Bistro 33’s have brought to their respective locations. Our patio faces the amphitheatre and lake, and an interior designed once again by the team that has created all of our incredible restaurants.

 

Suzie Burger

Suzie Burger is great food on a smaller scale. Fred and Matt both used to love the secret recipe burger that the now defunct Suzie Burger fed them as kids. Now, they look to treat Sacramento to the same classic burger they loved as children, as well as cheesesteaks, shakes, chili dogs, and other treats. Located on the corner of 29th and P Streets in midtown Sacramento.

 

City Hall Tavern

The SRO, Inc. idea of “innovative neighborhood dining” began on November 13th, 1995. That morning, Sacramento-native brothers Fred and Matt Haines opened the doors to the 33rd Street Bistro on the corner of 33rd Street and Folsom Boulevard. Incorporating the flavors and techniques of the Pacific Northwest that Executive Chef Fred Haines had been surrounded by the previous ten years, the 33rd Street Bistro was an instant success for those customers looking for generous, full-flavored portions of food with appealing prices.