Dining News: Food Truck by Former Doughbot Operator Debuts on Wednesday


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Posted by Craftsmen on Thursday, November 19, 2015

Craftsmen Food, a new food truck by the owners of Doughbot, will debut on Wednesday evening at New Helvetia Brewery on Broadway.

Doughbot, a much beloved artisan donut shop formerly on 10th St. which closed in June 2014, was co-owned by a husband and wife team Bryan Widener and Dannah O'Donnell. Based on Instagram, Widener left Sacramento to work at a Boston restaurant. According to Twitter, he returned to Sacramento over the summer.

A voice mail left for Widener on Tuesday evening was not immediately returned. Prior to Doughbot, Widener worked as a cook at Magpie.

On the food truck's Facebook page, the cuisine appears to be farm to fork entrees and not a sweets. Details on a menu, price point, etc are scant at this point.

As a fan of Team Doughbot, I'm willing to give them the benefit of the doubt. If they serve it, I'll give it a try.

You can find Craftsmen Food Truck at New Helvetia Brewing Co. on Wednesday evening at 1730 Broadway, or online at

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