Price range: USD 20 - USD 45
Cuisines: American, Contemporary, Californian
Good for: Romantic, Special Occasion Dining, Entertaining clients
Dining options: Lunch Spot, Dinner, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Cross street: 14th St.
Description: A celebration of the Sacramento region’s rich history and bountiful terrain, the restaurant is named after John Sutter’s Hock Farm. Established in 1841, the settlement was the first large-scale agricultural settlement in Northern California and was named for the indigenous Nisenan Hock tribe located in the vicinity. From the beginning, Sutter recognized the farming potential of the Sacramento Valley and pursued many agricultural ventures including grain, cattle, orchards and vineyards, foreshadowing Sacramento's modern day designation as the 'Farm-to-Fork Capital'.The menu is inspired by the region's amazing bounty of produce, meats and hand-crafted goods. Many of the menu items are determined by what the chefs find at local farmer's markets and farms. The bar program features ingredient-driven classic cocktails, often re-imagined with local produce and locally-produced goods.