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Our Restaurants

Each of our establishments reflect an atmosphere cultivated by the neighborhood in which they are located. With a commitment to providing high-quality food, enjoyable settings and great personal interactions, we operate our businesses in a state of open communication, ethical integrity and with respect for quality of life.

We have a commitment to quality that our reputation has been built upon. Our customers expect great quality, responsibly-sourced, local-where-possible, and culinary expertise in our menus. Besides just great service, we provide quality atmospheres with inviting dining rooms and options, like takeout and delivery, that help our customers get our product with their lifestyles in mind.

Polanco Cantina

Conveniently located across from the Golden One Center and overlooking the Downtown Commons Plaza, Polanco Cantina is a vibrant, open-air Mexican restaurant and neighborhood bar in downtown Sacramento.

Inspired by and named after a thriving district in Mexico City, Polanco celebrates Mexico’s cuisine and Sacramento’s diverse culinary scene. Polanco’s menu features Mexican-inspired familiar favorites prepared with local seasonal ingredients. The restaurant offers a lively bar scene featuring top-notch tequilas, craft cocktails and signature frozen margaritas, best enjoyed on our expansive outdoor patio.

Polanco is the perfect gathering place for pre-game fun, post-event drinks or bites with friends any day of the week in a fun and casual atmosphere.

Bar Camino

At Bar Camino, we are more than just good food; we make every guest experience unique and make everyone feel at home. Make the best moments stand still. Let the vibrant, fun aesthetic of Bar Camino lift your spirit. Savor every bite and sip of our fresh twist on Mexican-Latin favorites.

Bar Camino is more than your typical Mexican restaurant; it‘s an escape from the ordinary, a happy hour hang-out, and a place to sit back, recharge and celebrate. It’s a vacation in your own neighborhood that helps you relax with your favorite people.

The Star

The Star, located on Grand Ave., represents our new generation of gourmet, Chicago-style deep dish pizza restaurants in the Bay Area. This, being the first location of a new franchise, sets precedence for ambiance and quality service.

With high ceilings, exposed brick, rustic chandeliers and two long, full bars, The Star is a successful model of the next step in providing the experience we’re committed to.

The Star On Park, donning the space of an old bank, is our largest space with two levels of seating, handmade staircase, two large chandeliers, bank vaults, two marble bars, serves up an ambiance that is unique in the Alameda culinary landscape.

Ben 'N Nick's

Ben ‘N Nick’s Bar & Grill focuses on great pub food, local and hard to find beers & well-crafted cocktails. With an easy-going atmosphere and quality products, they’re a restaurant unlike any other in the Rockridge area. Founded in 1997.

Little Star Pizza

Little Star Pizza location in the Mission opened in 2006, and specializes in gourmet, Chicago-style pizza. This is the second location in the franchise and remains owned and operated by founder, Jon Guhl. After years of earning a reputation for reliable service and quality it has become a staple in the community and hosts tens of thousands of unique guest a year.

The Albany location is the last addition and positioned on the Solano Avenue opene. This particularly family-friendly location has a large dining room and full bar, with decor that sets itself apart from the others; a long, tall, red booth spanning an entire wall; hanging, art deco lighting; high ceilings, beautifully comfortable waiting area.

Nominated annually for Best Pizza Awards by publications, such as Oakland Magazine, Little Star continues to be a regional favorite. The pizza restaurant has been honored the “Reader’s Choice for Best Pizza” in the SF Weekly for the years 2005 through 2009. San Francisco Bay Guardian: Reader’s Choice “Best Pizza in the Bay Area” 2011 and 2012. Little Star has also been included in 7×7 Magazine’s “Big Eat SF: 100 Things to Try Before you Die” for two years running. Lastly, in a NY Times article that appeared in 2005, Little Star Pizza was declared “head and shoulder’s above Zachary’s”, their East Bay rival, by pizza expert and food writer Ed Levine.

Cato's Ale House

Featuring 23 lines of world class craft beer, house made burgers, salads, pizza, sandwiches and daily specials.

Whether you’re just stopping by the bar for a pint or bringing the whole family in for lunch, whoever you are, we’re happy to have you and make you feel at home.

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