NICK S SEAFOOD is located in Federal Hill s Cross Street Market entrence also located on the St. side and open on Sunday unlike other Markets in the Baltimore area,we are KID friendly,we encourage you to bring YOUR FAMILY,and sit down to our unique seating of OLD WHISKEY BARRELS,If you are a BEER DRINKER,you have to try one of our BIG,BIG,BIG 32. once BEERS we offeR, or if you prefer drinking fron the bottle only, don t worry we have you covered too we sell the bigest bottle the state of MD. alows 22 s and order from our one of a kind menue of Baltimore,MD. style SEAFOOD that you have alway heard about,along with NICK S FAMIOSE FRIES and COLE SLAW,if you haven t heard about us ,WE promise you will tell all your Family and Friends how you had great food,while you watched Your Favorit Game on one of our many WIDE FLATSCREAN HD TV S we are fiffteen minutes away from the Oriole s and Raven s Stadium,come and enjoy the PRE GAME PARTY alog with many others who are also out to experiece one of many attractions and yearly event that us at NICK s will keep posted on OUR Facebook page.

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Parkway South Sacramento is a former census designated place (CDP) in Sacramento County, California, United States. It was part of the Sacramento Arden Arcade Roseville Metropolitan Statistical Area. The area shared three boundaries with the City of Sacramento. The population was 36,468 at the 2000 census.

The CDP was abolished before the 2010 census.


The urban sprawl of South Sacramento began with the major road of Stockton Boulevard that goes through the area. Stockton Boulevard and Franklin Boulevard extend southerly from Downtown Sacramento and were used from the earliest days of the “gold mining” era for land routes to Stockton as well as to travel to farming areas.

The next transportation growth was the Southern Pacific Railroad and then several years after, the Western Pacific Railroad who both built railroad tracks in neighboring Florin.

During the 1940s, steady growth of residential areas was occurring in neighboring areas of South Sacramento. During the 1950s additional shopping centers were developed on or near Stockton Boulevard and Florin Road and new residential areas developed in the nearby Lindale and Florin areas. Rapid growth occurred in the early 1960s as the Florin Mall was built in South Sacramento as well as additions to the Lindale area, tapering off in the late ’60s to early ’70s.