No stranger to producing food in a small space, Squeeze Inn owner Travis Hausauer rolled out his newest venture recently – The Squeeze Inn Truck. “Part of it is of course getting in on the food truck craze, but it’s also having the ability to be more involved in the community,” truck owner Ken Bourquin said Tuesday, adding that he has had the truck at fundraiser events for the SPCA and other entities lately. Currently, the focus is making sure the famous burgers match the quality of the ones served in the various brick-and-mortar locations throughout the region, he said. “We have a big name and a good reputation, so I want to make sure that we’re doing justice to the history of The Sque
A long line of eager Sacramentans arrived at 17th and K streets Tuesday looking for the perfect skirt. But it wasn’t apparel they were after – it was the “cheese skirt” that cloaks the meat patties on burgers at The Squeeze Inn. Owner Sabrina Nicola said this is the eighth Squeeze Inn location, and the first day of business went well. “Everyone seems to be really happy,” she said Tuesday afternoon. “I think we had about 150 people for the lunch rush, and they’re a lot of locals and nearby workers who are happy to see us.” Nicola, who previously worked at the original Squeeze Inn on Fruitridge Road, said she wanted to bring the feel of the original space and combine it with contemporary
Loosen your belts. Sacramento's most famous burger place, The Squeeze Inn, held its grand reopening celebration Thursday morning. The celebration featured guest appearances by Mayor Kevin Johnson, City Councilman Kevin McCarty and County Supervisor Don Nottoli as well as music, speeches, a raffle and a burger-eating contest. Several hundred people shuffled into The Squeeze Inn throughout the lunch hour for special prices on the burger known for its famous "cheese skirt," which extends an inch beyond the bun. The burger is constructed by cooking a one-third-pound beef patty and putting "a giant handful of cheese" on top of, and around, the burger, said Squeeze Inn employee Keith Lenhart.