PRLog - April 15, 2013 - SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- With well over 13,000 Twitter and Facebook followers, he is most certainly a force to be reckoned with and has been recognized by Food Network as one of the Top 10 food truck operators in America. Drewski’
Drewski's opens his own Sacramento restaurant in local commercial property
In a growing trend, the success of food truck operators has convinced some to open brick-and-mortar locations as well. For Drewski, his foray into the brick-and-mortar restaurant business started with a Midtown Sacramento commercial property http://sacramento-
Around June 1st, the highly followed and well-known food truck operator will open a free-standing Drewski’s Hot Rod Kitchen at McClellan Park in Sacramento County. Drewski will be taking over the restaurant space formerly occupied by Café Le Monde at 5504 Dudley Blvd. Drewski is excited because he now controls a large physical restaurant location (including outdoor patio). According to Drewski, “the new space offers significant advantages and makes all the sense in the world”. Here’s a few of the benefits: 1) Drewski now has access to a larger kitchen facility, where all the food will be prepared and distributed from one convenient location for the brick-and-mortars, food trucks, and full service catering events. Logistically, 2) he can store his food trucks onsite (including a brand new $80,000 high capacity mobile kitchen) without having to rent parking space elsewhere, saving over $1,000 per month. And to top it all off, 3) McClellan Park is now home to a new 72,000 square foot sports venue, which opened last December.
Jackson Sports Academy (JSA) primarily hosts girls “club” volleyball with 12 indoor courts that attract thousands of players and spectators each weekend. Many other sports, activities and events utilize the facility year round, including wrestling, boxing, and mixed martial arts. Later this year, JSA plans to expand to approximately 200,000 square feet and will offer indoor basketball and soccer as well. With the masses of people now flocking to McClellan Park for sporting events, Ken Giannotti (Senior Vice President, McClellan Park) said “it was a natural to welcome a popular food operator that we’re confident will serve both our growing business community and new found sports enthusiasts alike”.
In a rather unlikely story, the circumstances leading to this point of connection between Drewski’s and McClellan Park actually started on Twitter a few months ago. Drewski recalls “one Sunday night, I randomly ‘followed’
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