Flower Power Invitational: Things to Do & Where to Eat

Flower Power Invitational: Things to Do & Where to Eat

Make your weekend memorable with these activities and restaurants!

Where to Eat 

Located on Zinfandel Drive, Soho Sushi is a great place to go after a gymnastics meet. Soho Sushi’s extensive menu has items for everyone! It is 10 minutes away from Technique Gymnastics but is very convenient for those staying in hotels on Zinfandel Drive, such as Courtyard or Hampton Inn. You can never go wrong with good quality sushi from Bento Boxes to Nigiri combo sets.  

For those staying at hotels closer to Technique Gymnastics, Rudy’s Hideaway Lobster House can meet your steak and lobster cravings for dinner! Rudy’s has been a Northern California landmark since 1972, and they are famous for their lobster, slow-roasted Prime Rib, and clam chowder. This restaurant is perfect for those staying at DoubleTree Suites, Sacramento Marriott Rancho Cordova, and Holiday Inn

Click this link to read more about special hotel deals for the Flower Power Invitational!

Things to Do 

Are you feeling bold? Granite Arch Climbing Center is the perfect place to take your athletes! No matter your experience level, the staff is willing to guide you in a welcoming manner. Located on Folsom Boulevard between Sunrise and Hazel, Granite Arch is easy to find. Before you go, don’t forget to fill out the waiver! 

The Mills Station Arts & Cultural Center (MACC) is a beautiful experience for locals and tourists. Each exhibit is unique and showcases art made by the local community. Some of the previous exhibit themes include Mad Hatter: An Extraordinary Exhibit on Hats, Forced to Flee, and Facing the Inferno. Check out their website for exhibit hours and the many services they offer. 

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