We will be closed Weds/Thurs, shooting for a new design show on TV! We'll have our @wichonwheels serving the eats both days from 11a-9p!— Broderick1893 (@Broderick1893) May 27, 2014
Broderick, the West Sac restaurant lauded for its cuisine, but whose decor could affectionately be called, um, charming, is getting a makeover.
The restaurant announced on its Twitter feed that it was closed Wednesday and Thursday of this week for a new design show on TV.
I contacted Broderick, but they declined to elaborate citing a Non Disclosure Agreement they had signed.
I believe the show to be an A&E show featuring local designer Shasta Smith. Here's why:
In Early March, Semi Sweet Productions as seeking Sacramento homeowners and small business owners who need a makeover. Here's their casting alert from their Facebook page.
NEW SHOW ALERT!
CALLING ALL SACRAMENTO HOME & BUSINESS OWNERS
Is there an area of your home or business that is in DIRE need of a makeover?
Could your home or business use some SERIOUS updating?
Are you looking to honor a loved one, commemorate a special event, or mark a turning point in your life or career with an unforgettable design project?
A renowned artist and interior designer has been commissioned by a major cable network to DAZZLE twelve lucky home OR business owners with an interior or exterior makeover of a lifetime!
Could YOU be one of the lucky few?!*
(*All expenses for renovations are at NO COST to home owner!)
We're looking to interview Sacramento area (within an hour and a half of downtown Sacramento) home and business owners that want an incredible CUSTOM design project so EMAIL US at AEdesignshow@gmail.com to make your design dreams become a reality TODAY!
Please make sure you put ALL your contact information in the email so we can contact you!
As you know, I like getting things at happy hour prices, so I auditioned and tried to get a new backyard. Apparently, local blogger getting a new backyard isn't as compelling as local business needs to get spruced up. I don't disagree - I'd rather watch Broderick get redone than my own backyard too.
No word on when it'll air, but I can't wait to see what they've done with the bar.
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