Authentic and contemporary Thai cuisine with tasty dishes like fried spicy Ahi tuna rolled in seaweed and served with special sauce.
Located in a roomy corner location between Elmwood and campus, it didn't take long for Sack's to become a veritable study hall for caffeine- and wi-fi-reliant college students. They come for the good coffee and tea, menu of bagel sandwiches, free wi-fi, and, most especially, a seat and table to sit. And sit. If it's midterm season, you may need luck grabbing one of your own.
With the tagline “We’re country, & we like to rock,” this Fremont club makes no bones about its identity. There’s a DJ and a live band every night and two bands ever Saturday. Arrive early on the weekends for line dancing lessons, a cheaper cover charge, and a chance at finding a space in the parking lot. The Saddle Rack is an enormous bar — boasting a large stage, two dance floors, three full bars, plenty of seating, a game room, an oxygen bar, and a mechanical bull. If that’s not enough, there’s the “hitching post,” where a bartender will literally pour liquor down your throat.