KrushBurger, formerly known as MiniBurger and one of the pioneers of Sacramento's mobile food movement, will be opening a brick-and-mortar restaurant in December. The address is 700 North 10th Street, which also serves as headquarters for the California State Lottery. Like its truck, KrushBurger will focus on a variety of burgers and will also open at 7 a.m. to serve breakfast. Some of those morning items will include a "street benedict" with fried egg and a roasted red pepper hollandaise sauce, and chicken and waffles.
KrushBurger will also serve beer and wine, and include plenty of TVs for watching sports.
"It's a neat area with lots of business," said owner Davin Vculek. "Along with the state lottery, there's also CHP nearby and some other development going on. It's easy to get to from Highway 160, I-5 and I-80. We're going to try some things to help build up our dinner business."
Vculek has also acted as a consultant on Mikuni's plans to launch a food truck. He's also eyeing a KrushBurger location to open in Roseville during the spring of 2013.
"This is our first endeavor to do a full-scale restaurant, but it's always what we planned to do," said Vculek.
Chris Macias is the Bee's food and wine writer. Follow him on Twitter @chris_macias