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Sandrini’s Public House opened in 2005 and has since been a privately owned and operated restaurant, bar, and live music venue in the heart of downtown Bakersfield. From amazing food to the entertaining nightlife, Sandrini’s is also known to have one of the broadest whiskey and craft beer selections in Kern County. We strive to offer great food, and the continued support of the local music scene. The bar features live music every Friday and Saturday night, weekly trivia nights, Saturday and Sunday morning breakfast and brunch, Sandrini’s Public House offers the same great atmosphere and entertainment while still offering a taste of the Italian and Basque food that our family history is proudly rooted in.
Hours

Regular Hours

Price Range
$$
Neighborhood
Downtown Bakersfield
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Categories
Tapas, American Restaurants, Sandwich Shops, Family Style Restaurants, Italian Restaurants, Spanish Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Cuisines: Spanish, American, Family Style, Sandwiches, Italian, European, Tapas, Continental

Price Range : Average

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martinidave

11/18/2010

Overall
A menu of Italian and Basque c...

A menu of Italian and Basque combination's that blend naturally in a downtown basement pub atmosphere. It's close to the food I grew up on so the ordering is easy. When it comes to Italian, we're hard to impress, yet it's become a favorite.



For the most part the pasta and meat dishes are superb and the Basque cabbage soup is a bit spicy but then again, I don't do spiced dishes very well. I've had the individual pizza's and a few of their sandwiches for lunch and loved it every time.



Nights become a bit of a loud club for the younger crowd and we're usually gone well before then so as for a club, I can't comment. You'll have to try it for yourself

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