Review: The Stoney Inn

1320 Del Paso Boulevard
Sacramento, CA 95815
(916) 927-6023

From karaoke nights to Monday night football, there’s always something happening at this local haunt.

Of course, the country hotspot is best known for its music and dancing, and on any given night a good-timin’ crowd kicks up cowboy boots to the musical stylings of the area’s hottest country DJs and local bands in the lively back bar. Those who’ve never “Boot-Scootin’ Boogied” never fear: You can come early for free line dancing lessons, offered most nights. (Added bonus: Coming early means skipping the cover charge.)

If you’d rather drink than do the “Watermelon Crawl,” well, belly up to the bar. Almost every night sees a different drink special—and you don’t have to listen to Toby Keith to join the frequent “Red Solo Cup” parties ($1 beers until the keg runs out!) based on his song.

Other nights might see comedy shows, beer pong tournaments, or dueling pianos (check out the calendar to see what’s on), but for those just looking to chill with some friends, the front bar is great for kicking back with a few cold ones (or rocking the jukebox). And during the day the restaurant is open to all, including lil’ cowboys (don’t miss the amazing Stoney Burger!)

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Take bus 15 to Del Paso Boulevard & Edgewater Road or the Blue Light Rail to Del Paso Boulevard and Globe Avenue.