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Wicked ‘Wich to open Downtown Plaza eatery this spring

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Wicked ‘Wich is set to open a brick-and-mortar eatery at Sacramento’s Downtown Plaza early this spring.

The restaurant, which started as a food truck, will offer gourmet sandwiches and cater to downtown’s busy lunch and dinner crowds, according to a news release.

"The mall is one of those places that we feel strongly that a product like the ‘Wich could do well,” said co-owner Marvin Maldonado. “We can offer something local, a unique product, something fast and even something healthy — like our BBQ tofu or our vegan selections. Like the food truck, the mall restaurant will continue to serve only locally sourced meats, vegetables, and breads from the Sacramento region.”

On top of its signature East Coast style sandwich, Wicked ‘Wich will serve fries, assorted meats and cuts, and a variety of sauces under the eye of head chef and co-owner Chris Jarosz.

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