Stoney Inn / Rockin' Rodeo

(916) 927-6023 | View Website

1320 Del Paso Blvd, Sacramento, CA | Directions   95815

38.604569 -121.461555

Restaurants, Bars & Clubs, Bars & Pubs  more

More Categories: Nightclubs, Biker Bars

Bar & Club Special Features: After Work, Live Music

Bar & Club Type of Music: Blues

Bar & Pub Special Features: Happy Hour

Payment Methods: American Express, Debit Card, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Neighborhoods: North Sacramento, Old North Sacramento

Jumbo, BBQ or Blackened Shrimp, Beer Battered Bella Mushroom or Zucchini, Prime Rib Quesdilla, Sweet Potato Fries w/ a Kick, Bacon & Shrimp Quesdilla, Stoney's Classic Country Style Chicken Strips & Fries (with Sauces), Southern Fried Pickle Spears (Served w/ Stoney's Kickin’ Dippin Sauce), Steak Bacon Bites, Potato Skins, Onion Blossom w/ Stoney's Kickin’ Sauce... more

Reviews for Stoney Inn / Rockin' Rodeo

over a year ago

So much fun! – I love line dancing but my knowledge of it pretty much ends at the electric slide. Stoney Inn will teach you how to line dance for free! Not only that, but everyone there dancing is totally chill and will gladly help you out. Drinks are reasonably priced and the cash bar by the dance floor makes them strong!

over a year ago

Great Prime Rib for $5 Bucks! – One of my fellow sales guys recommend this place for a good cheap meal and drinks.

Went for the $5 prime rib on Fridays, stayed for the Karaoke. Would give 5 stars, but the Karaoke machine they use is very weak.

Prime rib was very good, so was the service.

I am not a big country and western fan, but it looks like a great place to dance and meet women.

over a year ago

Great place for music and dancing – The Stoney Inn is a great place in a prime location. The major misconception is that the Stoney Inn, because it is on the Boulevard, is in the Heights but it is actually in the Woodlake neighborhood surrounded by Enotria, a vintage ice rink, good restaurants, and art galleries. The bar itself appears fairly small from the outside. When you walk in, you continue to think that this is a very small dive bar. But then there's the back room, it consists of a restaraunt, many tables, and a big dance floor. Depending on what night you go, you can line dance, salsa dance, west coast swing or just chill and relax with some good food, live music with bands or karaoke which happens every night at 9pm regardless of what is going on in the back. The bartenders are so friendly and knowledgeable and the atmosphere is very welcoming. I met the owners the first time I walked into the place and they were very accommodating and friendly. And I hear that Kevin is a very accomplished two stepper. Personally, I love singing karaoke and I am a big fan of good karaoke places. I have since been a frequent visitor the Stoney Inn on almost every night and I found out that they have four different karaoke dj's with contrasting styles. There is one guy I like in particular, I'm not sure what night he is there, but he sings country and various other styles and is very good. He also is a very nice person and makes people feel welcome. Every one of the karaoke dj's are nice, but he is especially nice and is consistently cool to me. If someone knows his name, let me know, but I think it's Gerald. The food is awesome, and recently when I was there on a Tuesday, I bought $1 tacos. They also have a weekly karaoke contest where I hear that at the end of the year you win $1000. I feel very welcome here even though I don't necessarily fit the stereotype of someone who would usually go to a "country" bar which most nights it actually isn't. I find that when I come on Monday, I can sing as much as I want because apparently this place is still the best kept secret in Sacramento. I can't dance but I have been learning from the coolest dancing instructor on Friday nights. She is so nice and is a good instructor. I feel so comfortable and safe every time I go here and not only would I say this is the best bar I've been to in Sacramento, but out of everywhere I've lived, this is the best bar I've been to in the country. Get out here, people. This place rocks and not many people know this.

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

WON'T BE COMING BACK! HORRIBLE BARTENDERS! – I used to come to stoney inn ALL THE TIME! I started coming back in the last few months, and it had been great. Until recently a few times I was treated very disrespectfully! There is a female blond bartender that was working the front bar one night I was there.. She was VERY RUDE, ON HER CELL PHONE! IGNORED ME FOR AT LEAST 10 MINUTES, THE WHEN SHE FINALLY GOT MY DRINK ORDER SHE ACTED AS IF I WAS AN INCONVENIENCE! She wasn't even busy! she only had a couple customers! Then I asked if her manager knows how she treats his customers, and she went on to tell me "That jack-as* doesn't have anything to do with how I run MY bar" I wonder if he would appreciate that?! My friends and I were shocked at the non-professional way she acted behind the bar! We left and went to the "back bar" We weren't treated much different there! the brown haired young girl that was bartending was VERY RUDE! she was too busy letting guys oogle over her to get us girls a drink! after I had ordered she even served a man that had come up after us first!... maybe if I would have slipped her a 5 in her back pocket and told her how cute she was, I would have gotten a drink in a timely fashion too! we let this go and give Good Old Stoney another chance.... and sure enough... the blond gal was at the front again.... she must not have been a bartender for very long, her attitude and knowledge of drinks were equally Horrible! My friends and I wanted very badly to make Stoney a place for us to frequent again... But after seeing the type of rude and frankly terrible bartenders they've been having behind the bar.... I dont think thats going to happen... I can only hope if we find ourselves in there again we WON'T SEE EITHER OF THOSE TWO GIRLS AGAIN!


over a year ago

Best place to sit back,enjoy yourself and meet new people – I found that if you want a place where you can feel safe and still have a good time you must go to the Stoney Inn. The owners are two brothers Greg and Kevin who are friendly and inviting. The front DJ Bryan with a Y is up beat and boy can he let out the singer in anyone when he bust out the Kareoke. Melissa is a great Bartender who makes a Margarita to die for. Not to mention the Country line dancing is a hoot to watch and if you ever feel like taking lessons you should come right on over. Oare in the door you are madeike Family and that is why I will continue to support my local HOT spot

over a year ago

Great place to watch country line dancing AND haved a good meal. – I'm somewhat new to the area and no longer have a significant other. I was looking for a place to spend time and enjoy myself without feeling or looking uncomfortable.

I was so at ease at this place that It will be a regular visit for me. The staff was very friendly down to the male and female bartenders, the management to even the cook. The management actively mingles with the patrons.

By the way the food was incredible!! I had a salmon dinner and it was awsome!! This is not bar or club food. I would go to this place just for dinner. After 12 midnight they even serve free food, go figure.

I hope you enjoy this place like i did and will.


over a year ago

I learned to Swing dance! – Wow. All I can say is that I felt totally comfortable as soon as I walked through the door. Inside The Stoney Inn is alive with chatter and laughter. Damn good drinks, hell I even took part in the Swing dancing lessons. If you don't go for the dancing, go for the burgers. (Or, at least a good stiff one at the bar.)

over a year ago

Relaxed atmosphere, stiff drinks, and there's usually a hottie at the bar just waiting to catch your eye. – The Scene
No longer nicknamed "Stoner Inn" as it was in the '70s, the Stoney now boasts an eclectic array of local bands, heavy on blues and lighter on the alt-rock, from Thursday through Sunday, when local legends the Beer Dawgs jam as the house band to end the weekend right. Customers range in age from teens (allowed while food is served) to people in their 60s, with most falling in the middle-aged range. Bikers are definitely welcome (the Fryed Bros. played here), but retirees and state workers belly up to the bar next to those leather chaps and jackets. You can even smoke out on the enclosed patio with your drink in hand and the band playing in front of you—a rare find here in California. Pool tournaments and dart league games round out the entertainment in this large, neighborhood-oriented bar.

The Food
Fill up on burgers or chicken Thursday through Sunday, or show up early to take advantage of happy-hour specials and complimentary munchies.

over a year ago

This place is totaly yummy! not only is the food great, but the atmosphere is even yummier. I just love this place. I think everyone should vist just once!


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