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Check out these 3 new downtown Sacramento businesses

Looking to get to know the freshest new spots downtown? From a burger joint to a cycling studio, read on for the newest destinations to make their debut in this part of Sacramento.

Station 8 Burgers

629 J St., Suite 107

Photo: Donovan M./Yelp

Station 8 Burgers is a spot to score burgers and sandwiches.

This new business specializes in burgers, with menu items ranging from The 16 (cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato, onions, pickles, bacon and fried egg) to The Bank (sour cream and chive, mayo, golden mushroom gravy, jack cheese and fresh onions). It also serves up sides like the Cajun garlic fries, bacon fries and burger fries, topped with seasoned beef, golden gravy, jack and feta cheese, sour cream, chive mayo and green and pickled onions.

Located in the D.O. Mills Bank Building in Downtown Sacramento, Station 8 Burgers has been getting positive attention, boasting a four-star Yelp rating out 11 reviews.

Yelper Ashley C., who reviewed Station 8 Burgers on April 3, wrote, "The sausage was actually really flavorful and the best part of the burger! The burgers were fairly priced in my opinion since they are on the smaller side, but packed with flavor. I also tried some of the lobster roll, which was packed with meat but still had that lobster price tag."

John P. noted, "The presentation was good, service was fast and the bacon was superb!"

Station 8 Burgers is open from 11 a.m.–10 p.m. daily.

Shelf

405 K St., Suite 130

Photo: Shelf/Yelp

Shelf is a spot to score cards and stationery, home decor and accessories.

According to the business' Facebook page, "Shelf is a shared retail space and community for makers."

Shelf's current Yelp rating of 3.5 stars out of three reviews indicates the newcomer is finding its way, but it's still early days.

Yelper Tiffany M., who reviewed Shelf on January 26, wrote, "Adorable store showcasing local makers from the area. From home decor, accessories, stationery and jewelry to essential oils, Shelf carries all things Etsy-like right at the DOCO."

Robert H. noted, "Enjoy browsing all the fun items at your leisure. Excellent selection for housewares, jewelry and gift-giving."

Shelf is open from 10 a.m.–8 p.m. on Monday-Saturday and 11 a.m.–8 p.m. on Sunday.

All City Riders

708 K St.

Photo: Allie C./Yelp

All City Riders is a cycling studio.

The new exercise spot offers a space for members to reach their fitness goals, offering daily cycling classes on aluminum-framed equipment with virtual contact resistance technology.

With a five-star Yelp rating out of eight reviews on Yelp, All City Riders has been getting positive attention.

Yelper Allie C., who reviewed All City Riders on April 10, wrote, "They offer two types of classes: Sprint, which is 30 minutes of pure intensity and sweat; the energy and vibes are insane, and Wheel Workout (45 minutes); it's intense with maximum calorie burn. Both classes leave you dripping with sweat."

And Jay K. noted, "The classes provide a fantastic workout with great music to keep you motivated, plus the instructors are there to cheer you on and push you to do your best. Class formats vary, with either riding along to music videos to having your avatar on the screen racing against other members of the class in a computer-simulated ride."


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