Description and review of Freeport Bar & Grill, a family-owned business serving classic American cuisine on Freeport Blvd. in Sacramento.
Friends and I recently stopped by the Freeport Bar & Grill for a late lunch. We were hungry and had decided to pass up the food trucks at Farm to Fork Uncorked at the Old Sugar Mill.
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A member of our group went inside to see if there was outdoor seating available. There was, so the rest of us donned our masks and entered the restaurant. The restaurant is larger than you might think when you first enter. We were escorted through the front dining room and bar and the back dining room to the large outdoor patio. The Freeport Bar & Grill was hopping.
It was a hot day, in the upper 90’s, and the majority of the diners had chosen to sit indoors. Only two other tables on the patio were occupied, which was fine with us. Unlike the interior, the outdoor tables were comfortably spaced.
Our waitress was pleasant, and we were grateful when she thoughtfully positioned a large fan to point in our direction. She was, however, not wearing a mask. I additionally noticed that a second member of the staff who came out onto the patio briefly was also unmasked.
The Freeport Bar & Grill has a good-sized menu, and they serve brunch on the weekend.
For lunch that day, two of us ordered the Chinese Chicken Salad (grilled chicken breast, romaine, cabbage, carrots, peanuts, sesame dressing) ($15). The Cheyenne Burger (cheddar cheese, house-made BBQ sauce, applewood smoked bacon, fried onion strings, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle, fries) ($16) was the choice of another. Also ordered were two entrees – salmon ($19) and short ribs ($25), both served with garlic mashed potatoes and fresh vegetables.
My Chinese chicken salad was good, but nothing out of the ordinary. I neglected to ask any of my dining companions about their meals, and no one volunteered a comment one way or another – for what that is worth.
I doubt that any of us will be dining at the Freeport Bar & Grill any time soon, especially given the current surge of COVID-19 due to the Delta variant.
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Freeport Bar & Grill Snapshot:
- 8259 Freeport Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95832
- (916) 665-1169
- Days/Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday (11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.); Saturday & Sunday (10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.); Brunch: Saturday & Sunday until 1:00 p.m.
- Parking lot (also parking across the street)
- Large outdoor patio
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