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Dining News: Burgers & Brew Owner Plans New Downtown Pizza Restaurant

The owner of Burgers & Brew will expand their growing empire by opening a restaurant focused on pizza and pasta at 11th & R streets, reports Stanford Nax in the Sac Biz Journal.

The restaurant, which does not yet have a name, would be only a few blocks from Zawaydeh’s Burgers & Brew restaurant near R and 14th streets.

“There is a definite need for something like this in Sacramento,” said Zawaydeh, who also operates Burger & Brew restaurants in Davis, Chico and Sacramento International Airport. He also runs Crepeville restaurants at 18th and L streets in Sacramento and in Davis, and just opened a Mexican restaurant, El Toro Bravo, in Davis.

Read the entire story in the Sac Biz Journal.

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