Java Centrale is located in a very nice location. The place offers a wide variety of coffees and coffee drinks. It's a very small, cute place, with outside and inside seating.
Pescado's is right near my school, so I'd often go there for Mexican food. You definitely get really huge portions, especially if you order a burrito meal. The food is a step up from Taco Bell but not exactly the best Mexican food I've ever tasted.
The Dante club is a great place to reserve for small events. I've been to a few music performances there, as well as one auction event. The place is spacious, offering a banquet room and performance room.
Carolina's is not fake Mexican food. I tried a bean burrito and it was very delicious and thick, with real beans and cheese. The place looks really clean, too, and it's not very crowded.
Rice Bowl is one of the only Dim Sum restaurants that I've been to in Sacramento, but I know I'll only becoming back to it. The atmosphere is also nice, although the wait can be a little long.
This is a Persian restaurant, and they have great chicken kabobs. The place always smells so delicious when you walk in. The ambiance is great, with Persian music playing in the background.
Zinfandel Grill is in a great location and the food and environment are both very classy. The food is a bit expensive, but the waiters are very proper and amicable.
Cafe Vinoteca offers a lot. It is really what you make of it. It's a great place to take the family out to dinner, and it can also be a romantic night out with a date.
This is possibly the best Thai food in Sacramento. Although the prices have risen and it's not very visually appealing, Thai Cottage is still worth it considering the delicious meals.
Lemon grass has great Pad Thai. It's not a fancy restaurant, but it's not fast food either. They do take away and sit-down. The food is actually amazing and very cheap. I highly recommend it!