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The Firehouse Restaurant

The Firehouse Restaurant

For over forty years, The Firehouse has earned its reputation for providing unparalleled ambiance in a truly unique and memorable setting. Built in 1853 and originally home of Sacramento No. 3, The Firehouse was the first building in Old Sacramento to be restored and is designated a historical landmark. Dine in the elegant main dining room or lunch in the romantic tree-covered courtyard.

Delicious food, beautifully presented is The Firehouse trademark. Trained chefs specialize in creating an extraordinary assortment of appetizers, entrees, and desserts, perfectly complemented by an extensive wine list. A friendly and knowledgeable service staff ensures the excellence of your dining experience.

The Firehouse is the right choice for your next banquet lunch or banquet dinner, business lunch, formal dinner, or private celebration. A variety of rooms provide the ideal setting for your event. In addition to its large dining rooms, The Firehouse also offers two intimate wine cellar rooms perfect for smaller get togethers. An experienced Firehouse staff takes pride in making sure your event is a success. From booking musical entertainment to setting up audio visual equipment, the staff makes sure no detail is overlooked. Stop by for a tour of our special rooms and let The Firehouse plan your next event.


The Firehouse Restaurant

1112 2nd St., Sacramento, CA 95814


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