Arts & Culture, Dining, Downtown, Shopping

Support Hispanic-owned businesses in #DowntownSac

Geoanna Santana

Experience our local Hispanic-owned businesses in #DowntownSac! We’ve put together a list of shops and restaurants you can visit. We encourage you to support their businesses by purchasing a gift card, writing a review, and continuing to #SupportLocal in our community.

 

Photo credit: Cilantros

 

Food options to satisfy

From Margaritas to Brazilian-style rodizio, these Hispanic-owned businesses are sure to please any food craving.

Alejandro’s Taqueria – 911 K Street
Candy Barrel – 1006 2nd Street
Cap Garage (co-owned) – 1500 K Street
Cilantros705 J Street
El Fuego Express Mexican Grill – 1225 J Street
El Maya – 126 J Street
El Santo Cantina & Ultra Lounge – 1000 K Street
Emma’s Tamales – 1100 Front St., #130
La Cosecha – 917 9th Street
La Terraza Mexican Restaurant – 1027 2nd Street
Mayahuel – 1200 K Street
O Ponto Brazilian Steakhouse – 1000 K Street
Odd Cookie1015 9th St
Vega’s Bodega & Cantina – 1050 Front Street, #190 — opening soon

 

Specialty retail

Casa de Mercado – 1015 2nd Street
Kolors by Kulture – 108 L Street
Latino Imports – 1115 Front St.. #5
Peruvian Crafts – 1105 Front Street

Photo credit: Kolores by Kulture

 

Get pampered

Gabello Salon – 715 Merchant Alley
Lace Salon – 116 I Street
Sacramento Barbering Company – 116 I Street
Safe Space Body Work – 717 K Street
K.S Complete Shoe Repair912 J Street

Location: Gabello Salon

 

Note: This is just a listing of businesses that are in the downtown district from Front Street to 16th Street and H to N Streets. Please email us if missing anyone on the list!