Mulvaney's B&L

Mulvaney’s B&L

“We’re a restaurant that changes its tune—and menus—in sync with Sacramento’s growing seasons. A national proponent of local fare. A champion of positive change for the community.…And did we mention the meals you’ll remember forever?”


“Mulvaney’s B&L is many things. We’re a restaurant that specializes in hand-crafted New American cuisine, a farm-to-table devotee that celebrates the efforts of the growers, ranchers, brewers and winemakers who are our neighbors, purveyors and friends.

Set in a historic 1893 firehouse, with its original brick walls and soaring ceilings, Mulvaney’s B&L is also a nexus of Sacramento: a place where we serve up impeccable and creative fare (our menu changes daily in step with the local growing seasons), and facilitate the connections of the guests we love to host.

Our “wonderful old B&L” is the brainchild – no, the passion – of owners Patrick and Bobbin Mulvaney, who bring more than a half century and six time zones’ worth of experience to their mission. We strive to provide our guests with the best our region has to offer and a place to have their own culinary experience.”


Patrick Mulvaney, Proprietor & Executive Chef

Patrick Mulvaney is Proprietor and Chef. A leading public policy advocate on the national stage, Patrick is one of the people working to make Sacramento the “Farm-to-Fork” capital of the country. The eclectic culinary creations at Mulvaney’s B&L are a direct reflection of his diverse background, which includes a European apprenticeship and experience in top New York restaurants before falling in love with Sacramento—and its year-round growing season—when he moved here in 1991.


Bobbin Mulvaney, Proprietor & Marketing Director

Bobbin Mulvaney is Proprietor and Marketing Director. With her artistic background and eye for detail, Bobbin brings a passionate perspective to everything she does, including event coordination and entertaining. Bobbin’s love for serving others traces its roots to her farm-girl childhood in the Central Valley—where her family also owned a local restaurant. She’s a continuing force in the education and nonprofit sectors.



1215 19th Street

Sacramento, CA