A Ghost Kitchen is adding a new Beer Garden and Future Food Hall

The Line is working on converting a nearby site into an indoor/outdoor beer garden with wooden benches and firepits.
the line ghost kitchen building exterior street view
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According to materials submitted to the city, a new ghost kitchen concept that will soon house multiple local and chained eateries has announced plans to convert an adjacent property into an indoor-outdoor bar and beer garden. No construction timeframe is available for the beer garden at the moment. This news was first reported by Sacramento Inno.

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The Line, a new ghost kitchen concept located at 6415 Elvas Ave. has submitted plans to demolish 645 square feet of the existing 3,575 square-foot auto repair building at 6401 Elvas Ave. The remaining 2,930 square feet will be remodeled into a bar/beer garden facility. The project will also add a new 786 square-foot covered patio space to two existing buildings on the lot. Plans submitted indicateed comfortable seatings around firepits, wooden benches,

The beer garden’s design and construction is spearheaded by Sacramneto-based Hausman Architecture. Both the beer garden and The Line ghost kitchen are owned and developed by Sutter Capital Group, a privately held real estate investment group in Sacramento.

The Sacramento Inno article mentioned the beer garden will serve low-alcohol and nonalcoholic drinks, plus beer and wine “specifically curated to go with food options from tenants at the ghost kitchen” and the space will also function as a food hall.

What Now Sacramento reached out to Ali Managhebi, managing partner at Sutter Capital regarding a detailed construction timeframe and upcoming offerings, but hadn’t heard back by the time this coverage was published.

Xiao daCunha

Xiao daCunha

Xiao Faria daCunha is a practicing visual artist and independent journalist covering what's happening in the Midwest belt. Xiao has written for Chicago Reader, BlockClub Chicago, BRIDGE Chicago, Urban Matter, The Pitch KC, and KCUR. She considers all her practices essential for speaking on behalf of those who haven't been heard, and she sheds light on what hasn't been seen, whether it's emotional, cultural or societal.
Xiao daCunha

Xiao daCunha

Xiao Faria daCunha is a practicing visual artist and independent journalist covering what's happening in the Midwest belt. Xiao has written for Chicago Reader, BlockClub Chicago, BRIDGE Chicago, Urban Matter, The Pitch KC, and KCUR. She considers all her practices essential for speaking on behalf of those who haven't been heard, and she sheds light on what hasn't been seen, whether it's emotional, cultural or societal.
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