Blue Prynt Restaurant & Bar.
815 11th St
Sacramento, CA 95814
Happy Hour is every day from 4:30pm–7pm, and it features $4 house wine, $3 well drinks, $2 Pabst Blue Ribbon, and a $2 sidecar shot with a drink purchase. Check what liquors are available for this special at the bar.
Appetizers you can get for $3 include Mini Tostadas, Crab and Cream Cheese Stuffed Jalepenos, a Black Bean Quesadilla, and Blue Cheese Mashed Potato Cakes.
4 dollar appetizers include Buffalo Mac and Cheese, Garlic-Rosemary Pizza Poppers, and a 3-pack of Beef Sliders. Beef Sliders with Cheese are $5.
You can get 50 % off one dinner entrée through Foursquare. This is unlocked on your very first check-in at the Blue Prynt, one discount per person, with a limit of two discounts per table, it has to be cashed in after 6pm, and this cannot be combined with other offers.
Specialty Martinis from the Blue Prynt Bar
You can get some great cocktails and specialty martinis from $6–$8. Let’s run some of them down.
For $6, you can get the Blue Prynt, made with Ketel One, blue curacao, freshly squeezed lime, and a lemon twist.
This one sounds good: the Blueberry Cobbler, made with Stolichnaya Bluberrri vodka, Pinnacle Whipped Cream vodka, Frangelico, and sweet vermouth.
The Prynting Press is crafted with Ketel One Oranje vodka, club soda, and a lime wedge.
The Mint Almond Joy consists of Malibu coconut rum, amaretto, fresh mint, and simple syrup in a chocolate rimmed cocktail glass.
One last drink available for six bucks is the Barrel Roll. Looks like the Barrel Roll is made with Three Olives Root Beer vodka, Amaretto, Pinnacle Whipped vodka, and a splash of club soda.
In the $7 tier, the Blue Prynt has quite a few yummy sounding cocktails.
Their version of the Key Lime Pie looks like a higher end version of our own Key Lime. The Blue Prynt makes theirs with Absolut Citron, Midori, fresh squeezed lime juice, and Pinnacle Whipped Cream vodka.
The Rain Forest is made with 99 Bananas, Malibu rum, Three Olives Raspberry vodka, cranberry juice, and pineapple juice.
Their Caramel Apple Martini is crafted with Johnny Walker Black, Sour Apple Pucker, and freshly sweetened lime juice, served in a hard caramel rimmed glass.
The Blue Prynt has a spicy cocktail called the Pepperoncini, made with Absolut Peppar, Tanqueray, dry vermouth, and a pepperoncini.
The Cutie Cosmopolitan also runs seven dollars, and is made with Absolut Mandarin, cranberry juice, fresh lime juice, and fresh squeezed Cutie mandarin orange juice.
The “Perfect” Jameson Manhattan is made with, you guessed it, Jameson Irish whiskey, dry and sweet vermouth, and an Italian cherry.
The last $7 specialty drink is what’s called Liquid Highlights, made with Goldschläger, Pinnacle Whipped, and (I’m guessing) a third spirit of your choice.
On to the Blue Prynt’s top shelf cocktails, the $8 dollar range.
They have a quality hand-made Peach Bellini, created with Stoli Peachik vodka, white peach purée, and a splash of champagne.
The Skinny is crafted with Don Julio blanco tequila, fresh squeezed lime juice, and just a touch of Cointreau.
Finally, we have the old school cocktail, the Plea Bargain, featuring Crown Royal, sweet vermouth, and bitters.