Krush Burger will open its third regional location in Roseville in July, a move that it had telegraphed for months.
Krush Burger is the pioneering Sacramento Food Truck, formerly known as Mini Burger Truck.
More info from the press release:
The new Krush Burger will be located in the Promenade portion of the Galleria between Ruth's Chris Steakhouse and Brooks Brothers. The restaurant will be accesible via its own entrance and include a private dining patio where patrons will be able to enjoy Krush Burger's classic menu and assortment of local beer and wine on tap.
The restaurant, located directly behind one of the Galleria's main parking structures, will make parking and accesing the restaurant quick and convenient.
You can also read the Sac Biz Journal's report.
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