Krush Burger, which just opened an official company headquarters in Roseville, is looking to open new restaurants, reports Ben van der Meer in Sac Biz Journal.
A month after the owners of Krush Burger moved into a company “headquarters” in Roseville, co-owner Davin Vculek said he’s still not ready to call it the nerve center for his growing string of restaurants...
Within the next few months, it sounds as if there will be more work to do. In addition to the existing location in Sacramento and a mobile truck, Krush Burger’s popular sliders and other offerings could be offered soon in Roseville and Davis, Vculek said, though exact locations are still being negotiated.
Read the entire story in the Sac Biz Journal.
I e-mailed with owner Davin last week, and he confirmed that the Dubai location is scheduled to open in late October.
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