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Kitchen 747

2320 Pleasant Grove Boulevard, Roseville,
916-540-7999,, @kitchen747

Tucked away in a quiet Roseville neighborhood is a hidden gem for beer, craft cocktails, and pizza lovers alike. While Kitchen 747 might be off the beaten path, the charm of the modern brewery-inspired watering hole has created a real buzz.

The restaurant was packed with lines of people as we checked in and sat at the bar.  With over 30 beers on tap, an impressive wine selection, and plenty of craft cocktails, you won’t go thirsty here. There’s even a large selection of delicious mocktails for those who choose not to imbibe.

Garlic Parmesan Fries; Photos by Taylor Gillespie © and wholly owned by Style Media Group


After being seated, we ordered the garlic parmesan fries, not suspecting an overflowing plate with fresh, hot fries and tons of pungent garlic that was easily enough for four people to share. Although the fries were nothing to complain about, the steaming meatballs on polenta at the next table gave us a tremendous sense of FOMO—and a good enough reason to possibly make the trek out here again.

Garlicky Steak Sandwich; Photos by Taylor Gillespie © and wholly owned by Style Media Group


Our server, Nicole, who was excited to talk about Kitchen 747, recommended the Garlicky Steak sandwich: a thinly sliced ribeye-stuffed sandwich with provolone, garlic butter, and a delicious au jus on the side. At first bite, it was no wonder that this was already the top seller at the newly-established restaurant.

Chilton Combo Pizza; Photos by Taylor Gillespie © and wholly owned by Style Media Group


To balance out our garlic-inspired choices, we ordered the Chilton combo. This specialty pizza came stacked with mozzarella, pepperoni, sausage, red onions, bell peppers, jalapeños, and mushrooms atop their savory house red sauce.

Meatballs with Polenta; Photos by Taylor Gillespie © and wholly owned by Style Media Group


As we enjoyed our meal, Nicole talked us through a bit of the facility that’s fully equipped to host some epic events. The rooftop bar overlooks the main patio where you can play corn hole and enjoy one of several cozy fire pits. There’s even room for shuffleboard and ping pong. All in all, there’s enough space to comfortably host up to 170 people.

The space itself is enormous and there wasn’t an empty table in sight. The noisy crowd may not make this the best spot for a quiet date night but it does check all the boxes for a casual night out or a fun meetup with friends.

Lemon Drop; Photos by Taylor Gillespie © and wholly owned by Style Media Group


Overall, while the food was not groundbreaking, it was exactly what you wanted it to be. The portions were enough to last for two meals (and was just as delicious later!), the pizza was on par with any craft pizzeria, the sandwich was one of the better ones we’ve had recently, and the eclectic drink menu makes Kitchen 747 a new go-to in Roseville.

Hours: 11 a.m.-9 p.m. (Sunday-Thursday); 11 a.m.-10 p.m. (Friday-Saturday)

Try This: Garlicky Steak Sandwich, Garlic Parmesan Fries, Roasted Brussels Sprouts, Meatball Sandwich, Grilled Corn Ribs, Chilton Combo Pizza, Junction Meat Eaters Pizza

Drinks: Full bar; beer, wine, & cocktails

Tab: $$

Heads-Up: Vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options; private events; kids’ menu; outdoor and rooftop patio; Sunday brunch

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by Ryan Martinez  |  photos by TAYLOR GILLESPIE
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