58 Degrees & Holding Company

★★★☆☆
  • 1217 18TH St

    Sacramento, CA 95811

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  • 916-442-5858

About 58 Degrees & Holding Company

Hours
Sun 11am-10pm, Mon-Thu 4pm-10pm, Fri 4pm-12am, Sat 11am-12am

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hey, I love a wine and food place...because inevitably I get hungry after I've had some wine.
I visited 58 degrees with a friend on Saturday, it was on the empty side, even at 6:30 pm... which was fine by me....extra attention right? I must say that I think that their wine selection is pretty good... they have some very different wines that you cannot find elsewhere, and the prices are very fair.
The fact that they also serve beer is also great,

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★★★★☆

hey, I love a wine and food place...because inevitably I get hungry after I've had some wine.
I visited 58 degrees with a friend on Saturday, it was on the empty side, even at 6:30 pm... which was fine by me....extra attention right? I must say that I think that their wine selection is pretty good... they have some very different wines that you cannot find elsewhere, and the prices are very fair.
The fact that they also serve beer is also great,

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58 Degrees is Sacramento's best wine bar. I love the fact that you can get just a taste (3 oz pour) of any of the wines they are pouring. It really allows you to try several different wines without going overboard. I love it! The only reason I'm giving them 4 stars instead of 5 is because the food is a little pricey (in my opinion) for what you get.

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★★★★☆

58 Degrees is Sacramento's best wine bar. I love the fact that you can get just a taste (3 oz pour) of any of the wines they are pouring. It really allows you to try several different wines without going overboard. I love it! The only reason I'm giving them 4 stars instead of 5 is because the food is a little pricey (in my opinion) for what you get.

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This place is cool, if you are willing to spend gobs of money on sub par wine. The people are nice, but it does not exactly make up for the prices. To go the nugget market and save yourself some cash.

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★★★☆☆

This place is cool, if you are willing to spend gobs of money on sub par wine. The people are nice, but it does not exactly make up for the prices. To go the nugget market and save yourself some cash.

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While this is a beautiful establishment with all the right tools to enjoy a nice relaxing glass of wine with friends. Our meal was plagued with poor food handling and an obvious lack of experience from the chef.
We started with the Mussels. The menu boasts of Prince Edward Island Mussels in a fennel, tomato, and vermouth broth but not only was the broth lacking of any flavor, it literally tasted like the tap water the mussels were boiled in. The mussels were far from ?Princely? and lacked any kind of remnant ?sea? flavor.
The Charcuterie plate was boring and the ?toast points? were very stale. The Beef Carpaccio, was sliced perfectly, but unfortunately the chef drowned the beef in the whole grain mustard and horseradish aioli so that we could not taste the beef at all. We decided to continue even though we had been disappointed up to this point. We ordered the Tuna Tartar. The tuna was far past prime quality and was mushy as if it had been sitting for days. The ?relish? was boring and again? yes, the ?toast? was stale. Then came the clincher. A Blue Cheese plate with Honeycomb, almonds and baguette. What sounded like a marriage made in heaven was actually a disaster made just for us. The Blue Cheese was ripened beyond not only the suggested sell by date, but definitely the EAT by date. It appeared the chef did not know how to extract the honey comb from its protective carrier as what was delivered on the plate was a gooey puddle with a smidgen of comb and last and the most offensive, the garnish. Why would that matter you ask? Well, in my career I have always been told, if you can?t eat it, don?t use it as a garnish. The chef managed to decorate the cheese plate with what seemed to be the dirtiest leaf from the lemon tree. Even by the candlelight, I could see that the leaf had a muddy dribble all the way down it and to top it off, the baguette was stale, again.
No worries. I will still go for the wine!

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★★☆☆☆

While this is a beautiful establishment with all the right tools to enjoy a nice relaxing glass of wine with friends. Our meal was plagued with poor food handling and an obvious lack of experience from the chef.
We started with the Mussels. The menu boasts of Prince Edward Island Mussels in a fennel, tomato, and vermouth broth but not only was the broth lacking of any flavor, it literally tasted like the tap water the mussels were boiled in. The mussels were far from ?Princely? and lacked any kind of remnant ?sea? flavor.
The Charcuterie plate was boring and the ?toast points? were very stale. The Beef Carpaccio, was sliced perfectly, but unfortunately the chef drowned the beef in the whole grain mustard and horseradish aioli so that we could not taste the beef at all. We decided to continue even though we had been disappointed up to this point. We ordered the Tuna Tartar. The tuna was far past prime quality and was mushy as if it had been sitting for days. The ?relish? was boring and again? yes, the ?toast? was stale. Then came the clincher. A Blue Cheese plate with Honeycomb, almonds and baguette. What sounded like a marriage made in heaven was actually a disaster made just for us. The Blue Cheese was ripened beyond not only the suggested sell by date, but definitely the EAT by date. It appeared the chef did not know how to extract the honey comb from its protective carrier as what was delivered on the plate was a gooey puddle with a smidgen of comb and last and the most offensive, the garnish. Why would that matter you ask? Well, in my career I have always been told, if you can?t eat it, don?t use it as a garnish. The chef managed to decorate the cheese plate with what seemed to be the dirtiest leaf from the lemon tree. Even by the candlelight, I could see that the leaf had a muddy dribble all the way down it and to top it off, the baguette was stale, again.
No worries. I will still go for the wine!

Pros: Good Atmsophere, Relaxing, Wine Shop on site - Taste and buy for later!

Cons: Food. Chef needs more training.. or needs to hire better prep cooks.

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This is a great place. Ambiance is great, food is great, service is great and the wine, of course, is amazing. You sit on high chairs at pub tables and order small plates to go with your wine. They have a trendy array of antipasti including the usual cheese and olive plates. The desserts are delicious too. Pretty much everything is conducive to sharing. Four of us went and we all picked off each other's plates. It was great fun; we all felt quite urban and sophisticated. It's definitely spendy though, so don't go there if you're looking for a full meal. It's more of a drinks and appetizer kind of thing. Great place to hang out while waiting for your table at Zocalo, or head here for dessert and drinks after dining elsewhere.

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★★★★☆

This is a great place. Ambiance is great, food is great, service is great and the wine, of course, is amazing. You sit on high chairs at pub tables and order small plates to go with your wine. They have a trendy array of antipasti including the usual cheese and olive plates. The desserts are delicious too. Pretty much everything is conducive to sharing. Four of us went and we all picked off each other's plates. It was great fun; we all felt quite urban and sophisticated. It's definitely spendy though, so don't go there if you're looking for a full meal. It's more of a drinks and appetizer kind of thing. Great place to hang out while waiting for your table at Zocalo, or head here for dessert and drinks after dining elsewhere.

Pros: Wine list, gourmet menu

Cons: Spendy, not good for a meal

 

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