About Sacks Cafe
Sacks Cafe is a modern restaurant offering both adventurous and soulful comfort foods with a modernist approach. A chef-driven restaurant focusing on sustainability and local food production. Our full-bar offers an assortment of House-Crafted Cocktails and a heavy hitting wine list to appeal to all wine lovers.
Contemporary American, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Lunch Tuesday - Thursday: 11:00am - 2:30pm + Dinner 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Lunch Friday - 11:00am - 2:30pm + Dinner 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Brunch Saturday 9:00am - 2:30pm + Dinner 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Brunch Sunday 9:00am - 2:30pm + Dinner 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Between 3rd & 4th
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Sacks is available for off site catering. Please see our web site for our catering menu. Sacks is also avaiable for private parties.
Downtown parking on the streets. There is a paid parking behind the restaurant.
Private Party Facilities:
The restaurant may be rented out for private functions.
Private Party Contact:
Shana Whitlock: 907-274-4022x
Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Non-Smoking, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Sacks Cafe Ratings and Reviews
I came with my family for brunch on Satu ...
I came with my family for brunch on Saturday and was really disappointed with the service! I had made a reservation well in advance and it took a while to get seated and once we ordered food it took 45 mins to come. Our server was rude and didn't even offer us bread for waiting so long which I saw other tables had! Food was good once it arrived but you need need to step up your service! Very disappointing!
Its been a while since I've been to Sack ...
Its been a while since I've been to Sacks but I used to go somewhat frequently. They have changed their menu and the portion sizes I feel dramatically. Wasn't impressed. They no longer carry the ham and olive sandwich which I pretty much got all the time. They food was great don't get me wrong but not sure ill be going back anytime soon with their less option menu and small sized plates.
My husband and I visit Sack's annually a ...
My husband and I visit Sack's annually as our anniversary treat. It never fails to live up to the anticipation. I cook a fair amount myself, and the joy of eating out for me is to eat a meal that reaches above the level I am cooking at- either because of unusual ingredients, or work of preparation, or simply a new twist that I hadn't thought of. Having said that, one of the things that I value most in Sack's is the use of fresh, local-if-possible, ingredients. Identifying beef as grass-fed or the origins of the seafood is a critical component for me, and also for the flavor of the meal as the quality goes up.
Having said this, my husband is almost oblivious to all those things, and adores eating at Sack's. Years ago this restaurant marked the first time we went out to eat together and he "got" why it was worth the extra cost to eat out. He happily anticipates our yearly sojourn there as much as I do. An added bonus is the support from staff, everything from choosing a wine to letting us linger over dessert and conversation. I highly recommend this restaurant for anything from girl's night out to a romantic anniversary dinner. Thank you!
My husband and I were out on date night. ...
My husband and I were out on date night... We arrived couple of minutes late for our reservation, waited about 5 mins to check in (which is not bad). After we got to our table, our server was nowhere to be seen, after 15 mins we asked the host for Jack, our server. He arrived 3-4 mins later. We ordered food and drinks (just a beer). It was another 15 mins or so until we got the beer. My husband ordered the wild boar and it was AMAZING. I ordered the Alaskan cod and it was way overcooked. The fish was actually tough, but flavors were very nice. Black rice on the other hand lacked any flavor. We were not as satisfied as we hoped for.
Usually the dining experience at Sacks i ...
Usually the dining experience at Sacks is just that an experience, we rely on Sacks to be good food, good friendly service, and enjoyable pre-show dining location. Firstly, they were under-staffed, two wait staff trying to handle the restaurant pre-show was not enough. We got a "special" show menu when seated, it was a shortened version of the regular menu, nothing notable. Food took a while to arrive, service was very slow (we arrived 2 hours before showtime, just ordered a main course and got our check 20 minutes before curtain). The table next to us still had not gotten our food when we left.
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