The Waffle Experience, a restaurant serving sweet and savory waffles, will open in Natomas in three to five weeks, reports FOX 40.
Three of the "brains" behind the restaurant are three Marines, two of whom have known each other for nearly 30 years and another Marine who will be handling the coffee program.
Initially, they will only be open for breakfast and lunch, but expect to expand to dinner.
If you're ready to droll, you can check out their Instagram account where they have pictures of some of their creations.
The Waffle Experience is located at 4391 Gateway Park Blvd., Suite 650 and can be found online at http://thewaffleexperience.com/.
Restaurant works to open on P Street - A vacant building in the 2100 block of Sacramento’s P Street is cooking up to be a spot for American-Italian cuisine. Adamo’s, a family restaurant slated to open its doors in June, will serve a variety of foods from chicken wings and pasta to burgers and sandwiches for lunch, said Kiara Adamo, whose father owns the property. Mozes Zarate in the Sac Bee.
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Peek at renovations for Broderick Roadhouse - Employees at West Sacramento’s Broderick Roadhouse can finally talk about the renovations they say will appear on a new cable network.The changes, unveiled to the the public Friday, mainly affect the bar area. Guests can expect a brand new look, according to restaurant partner Matt Chong. Among the new decorations? A vintage 1954 Cadillac grille on the wall. Sonya Sorich in Sac Biz Journal.
Fit Eats opening first retail location in midtown - A new business in midtown Sacramento will appeal to people who want the feel of a home-cooked meal but might lack the culinary skills to pull it off alone. Sacramento-based Fit Eats expects to open its first retail location in August, according to Don Arnold, the company's CEO. The 800-square-foot store will be located at 16th and O streets, in the Ravel Rasmussen Properties mixed-use project Legado de Ravel. Sonya Sorich in Sac Biz Journal.
VIDEO: Make Your Own Sushi Roll - Cambi Brown just tried sushi for the first time last week, now she is hooked. So she is making some rolls now at Kenro's A Taste of Japan. On Good Day Sac.
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