Beloved Sacramento seafood restaurant now open in Brentwood

East Contra Costa County: It’s time for shrimp street tacos, poke bowls and cioppino.

Station 16, the beloved downtown Sacramento seafood restaurant and bar, opened quietly last week in The Streets of Brentwood shopping plaza at 2505 Sand Creek Road, Suite 120. This is the second location for Station 16, which started in Sacramento in 2016 and offers an extremely large menu of starters, small plates, pastas, salads and other seafood-oriented dishes.

The Brentwood menu, hours and phone number have yet to be posted online, but highlights of the Sacramento menu include Seoul St. Oysters with sweet and spicy Korean-inspired sauce, mozzarella, corn, sesame seeds and green onion; a lobster roll on buttered brioche and a selection of “sizzlin’” cast-iron skillets dressed in garlic and white wine sauce. You choose the protein — prawns, mussels, clams or Dungeness crab — as well as add-ons such as corn on the cob, sausage or fingerling potatoes.

On the beverage side, look for local craft beers, wines by the glass or bottle and 10 signature cocktails, including the Mangonada, made with tequila, mango puree and a tamarind straw. Details:

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