Sealed with a KISS: Rock & Brews eatery coming to Vacaville

 By Amy Maginnis-Honey / www.dailyrepublic.com

Area KISS fans will get an early Christmas present as a Rock & Brews restaurant, a chain started by rock legends Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, should open in November at Vacaville Commons.

It will be the first Rock & Brews in Northern California and the 22nd restaurant in the chain which includes the United States and Mexico, said a press release announcing the venture.

The 7,970-square-foot Rock & Brews will employ about 125 people.

The menu will focus on American comfort food, including signature dishes featuring local cuisine, the release said.

Dining is available indoor and al fresco on the three large, dog friendly patios that span 1,645 square feet.

A private dining area will include an open-air patio.

A variety of games for guests of all ages will be offered.



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So cool, Bill! Thanks for sharing!

My little girl can't wait to see KISS for her 1st concert. Paul Stanley is her favorite.- Bill


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On this day in KISSTORY - July 25, 1980 - KISS played their first-ever concert with Eric Carr at the Palladium in New York City.

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US rockers KISS donate guitar to children's hospital after Manchester Arena attack

They had to cancel their gig and were so shocked they decided to help the city

By / Manchestereveningnews.co.uk

US rockers Kiss have donated a guitar to Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital for those injured in the Arena bomb.

The bombing forced the band to cancel its own Manchester Arena gig scheduled the week after the outrage as the venue remained a devastated crime scene.

The attack left 22 dead and dozens of others, many of them children, seriously injured.

Singer and guitarist Paul Stanley was determined to do something for the city so donated his unused Ibanez PS120 guitar, which he had planned to play at the concert, to Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, where many of the injured were treated.

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