Perched on top of the Kimpton Sawyer Hotel, Revival’s privileged location puts you just steps away from the new home of the Sacramento Kings, the Golden 1 Center. With lush seating and rich woods and brass, our sleek indoor-outdoor lounge is the perfect place for a pre-game bite or a post-concert nightcap. We’ve also scheduled a full lineup of entertainment of our own--you never known when a headliner might come by for a surprise drop-in.
All attire is welcome except baseball hats, beanies, baggy clothing, sweatshirts, athletic hoodies, tank tops, sports apparel, hiking boots, low slung jeans/shorts, and any athletic shoes. Collared shirts, dress shirts, and polo shirts are encouraged. Click here for further explanation of our dress code policy.
Wolfgang Puck. Traci Des Jardins. Michael Mina. George Morrone. Pick a chef whose name is synonymous with California cuisine and chances are Patrick Prager has trained in their restaurant. Celebrating the state’s fresh, seasonal bounty is the philosophy that drives Sacramento chef Patrick Prager’s cooking at Revival.
A native of Alameda, Patrick got his start in the food business when he was still in high school, slinging double scoops at a local ice cream shop. Within a few years he’d landed a job as a line cook at Wolfgang Puck’s Postrio, which was followed by chef and sous chef stints at venerated San Francisco eateries including One Market, Aqua, Jardiniere, and various Michael Mina restaurants.
A fixture on the Sacramento farmers market scene, Patrick believes a great chef knows when to get out of the way: Just find the very best ingredients and let them shine.