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Daily Dining News: Food Trucks Expand to Breakfast

This week, two of Sacramento's food trucks started serving breakfast.

Mini Burger Truck (menu above) will hit the streets today, serving breakfast sliders Tuesday to Friday mornings from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Prices will be the same as the lunch menu - $3 for a single slider and 3 sliders for $8. One final treat - for those who haven't been able to get to Doughbot Donuts on 10th Street or to Broadacre to try their amazing donuts, Doughbot will carry a selection of their wonderful donuts Wednesdays to Fridays.

Wicked 'Wich is also jumping into the breakfast fray, serving a more traditional breakfast menu.

  • Deep South with deliverance sausage gravy on a green chile cheddar biscuit
  • French Toast Wich with egg, spicy capicola, gruyere cheese, and black currant jam
  • Egg, hot coppa, fresh mozzarella, basil, and red onion on a ciabatta roll
  • Egg, homemade breakfast sausage or peppered bacon, and cheddar cheese, on a green chile cheddar biscuit
  • Wich fries, scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese, ad "almost famous' chili
  • Butter fried cinnamon rolls

And coming soon . . .

  • Fried bread pudding, and house made breakfast sausage sandwich
  • Apple donut ring stuffed funnel cakes

Follow Mini Burger Truck (@MiniBurgerTruck) and Wicked 'Wich (@wichonwheels) on Twitter to find out where they'll be next.

More News:

Sacramento restaurants in hog heaven following success of Bacon Fest - Today marks the Year of the Dragon in the Chinese zodiac, but around Sacramento it might as well be the Year of the Pig. The inagural Bacon Fest ran from Friday through Sunday, with some two dozen Sacramento area restaurants participating, and marked by packed events and food shortages from the bacon-hungry hordes. Pangaea Two Brews Cafe reported its busiest day ever due to its Saturday Bacon Fest event which featured bacon and beers specials. Because of this whopping success, Pangaea was closed on Sunday for an employee appreciation day. Chris Macias in the Sac Bee.

Good idea at The Porch: Detailed notes on sourcing - The Porch, the new restaurant that opened on K Street in midtown recently (in the building occupied for years by Celestin's) has an excellent way of showcasing its ingredients without shoehorning them onto the menu. A link on the restaurant's website called "Providers" goes into great detail about the origins of the food. For those into this kind of thing, it's quite informative. Blair Anthony Robertson in the Sac Bee.

The Broadacre Boys -  The idea for a coffee shop was in place and the four started looking for a space in the midtown/downtown area. With a stir of perfect timing, the firmly established Temple Coffee on 10th between J and K streets was gearing up to relocate from their original location, a charming Hobbit-like structure that was once a bookstore, to a new location just around the corner. This brewed the right opportunity and the perfect space for the four partners to capitalize on their new venture—Broadacre Ltd. Coffee. Adam Saake in Submerge Mag.

Laughing out loud - Sacramento's B Street Theatre could soon find a home for the sketch comedy and improv shows it's debuting in March. B Street's Buck Busfield tells us he's in talks with restaurateur Randy Paragary, among others, about leasing space in a local dining spot. The key requirements: a stage, seating space for customers and a bar. Bob Shallit in the Sac Bee. (Third item.)

Coors Light Tops Bud as No. 2 Beer - Coors Light knocked Budweiser off its perch to become the second best-selling beer by volume in the U.S. last year, according to Beer Marketer's Insights. William Spain in the Wall Street Journal.


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