Unique Experience Includes Physically Distanced Tables, Food & Drink Specials and Live, Open-Air Game Viewing
Sacramento, Calif. – DOCO (Downtown Commons), the Sacramento Kings, and Golden 1 Center are excited to offer outdoor viewing of Sacramento Kings games on a large-scale 16’ X 9’ LED screen two evenings this week, Wednesday, April 14 and Sunday, April 18. On Wednesday, as the Sacramento Kings take on the Washington Wizards, fans will be able to watch the game action on the outdoor screen on the DOCO Plaza while enjoying menu offerings from Tahoe Blue Ridge Bar and Local Eats at Golden 1 Center. Additionally, the game on Sunday will be broadcasted with full DOCO Al Fresco offerings by the six participating eateries and beverage provider.
Outdoor Sacramento Kings game viewing will be offered this week as follows:
- Wednesday, April 14 from 4 to 9:30 p.m. with 7:10 p.m. tip-off (Tahoe Blue Ridge Bar & Local Eats menu offerings only)
- Sunday, April 18 from 2 to 9:30 p.m. with 4:30 p.m. tip-off (full DOCO Al Fresco menu offerings available)
Food and beverage specials will be available both evenings that include a $6 Basketball Brew from the Tahoe Blue Ridge Bar and a $5 Gourmet Game-Day Dog from Local Eats at Golden 1 Center.
Beyond specially scheduled viewing activations, DOCO Al Fresco is normally offered Fridays from 4 to 10 p.m., Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Sundays from 2 to 9 p.m., weather permitting, with free live musical entertainment scheduled regularly. The six DOCO restaurants and beverage providers for the ongoing “Al Fresco” experience include Echo & Rig, Local Eats at Golden 1 Center, Polanco Cantina, Sauced BBQ & Spirits, Tahoe Blue Ridge Bar, and Yard House. With 55 physically distanced tables on the common areas of the main plaza, DOCO Al Fresco can accommodate up to 150 guests. This seating is in addition to the extended outdoor seating currently offered by several DOCO restaurants and eateries.
While walk-ins are welcome, advance dining reservations for DOCO Al Fresco and game viewing dining are encouraged and can be made online. Once seated, diners scan a QR code from their mobile device and choose from pull down menus of the participating DOCO restaurants. Powered by Rooam, a user-friendly app allows diners to order from multiple restaurants at once and watch live progress of their selections as they are received, prepared, and delivered to the table. All beverages, including beer, wine, and cocktails, will be serviced from the Tahoe Blue Ridge Bar on the plaza and ordered while seated at individual tables. Guests can receive one check – regardless of how many restaurants they ordered from – or opt for multiple checks by individual order and pay via a seamless and contactless system that includes Apple Pay, Google Pay or credit/debit card options.
For more information and to make dining reservations, please visit DOCOSacramento.com/AlFresco.
Parking validation is available at most DOCO tenants with a purchase, including for “DOCO Al Fresco” diners. Convenient “to-go” parking is also available at 7th & K Streets for curbside pick-ups.
DOCO is an outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment destination in the heart downtown Sacramento. Convenient parking is available in DOCO’s central garage with an entrance on J Street between 4th & 5th Streets. The elevators and escalators take guests up to the plaza’s main level and terrace near many of the restaurants, eateries, and retail tenants.
For more information about the variety of retail shopping, dining, and service offerings at DOCO, please visit DOCOSacramento.com.
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About DOCO (Downtown Commons)
Located adjacent to Golden 1 Center (the world’s most technologically advanced and sustainable arena), DOCO is an entertainment and lifestyle district in Sacramento’s dynamic urban core showcased by incredible retail destinations, bars and restaurants, office space, residential units, the Sawyer Hotel (a 250-room hotel managed by Kimpton Hotels), and the vibrant and iconic sculpture by Jeff Koons titled “Coloring Book.”