The bar is best known for having taps at some of its booths, where patrons can pre pay for a number of pints of beer and they can pour them for themselves as needed.
The food at the restaurant is also notable because it will be provided by Coast to Coast Sandwiches, the second food truck to make the leap to a brick and mortar location.
Click here to read my preview of the food at Pour House. You can find them online at PourHouseSacramento.com.
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