KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. (Restaurant News Release) Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery, located at 1001 King of Prussia Plaza, is opening their doors after late summer flood damage required 31 days of closure. Employees, who have kept busy with reconstruction work, will once again serve food while also collecting canned food for friends and neighbors who haven’t been as fortunate.
“It’s never a good time to close the doors, but keeping our employees happy is our first priority,” says Bobby Casale, Managing Partner. “We knew we had to avoid job losses in this economy and have been fortunate enough to keep all our staff.”
In an effort to pay it forward, employees will be collecting canned food items to be donated to a local food bank. Guests who bring a food donation to the restaurant prior to Nov. 24th will receive $5.00 off their first food or beverage purchase.
Torrential downpours in late September caused the swelling of nearby Abrams Run stream and the flooding of multiple King of Prussia Mall businesses.
CraftWorks Restaurants & Breweries, Inc., through its three principal operating units, Old Chicago, Gordon Biersch and Rock Bottom, is the nation’s leading operator and franchisor of craft beer-focused casual dining and brewery restaurants with nearly 200 owned and franchised locations across the United States. CraftWorks also operates strong regional brands, including ChopHouse and Big River, and maintains intellectual property rights to the Boulder Beer, Inc. microbrewery. The company maintains dual headquarters in Chattanooga, TN and Louisville, CO. For additional information, please visit www.craftworksrestaurants.com.
About the Brands
Rock Bottom: Polished casual restaurant brewery offering a broad range of unique ales and lagers handcrafted and brewed on-site. Founded in Colorado nearly two decades ago, Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery can now be found in 16 states. Having earned over 125 of the brewing industry’s most esteemed medals and awards, Rock Bottom is known coast to coast for its fresh beer, hospitality and great food.
Gordon Biersch: Upscale casual brewery restaurant specializing in handcrafted German lagers, brewed in-house according to the Reinheitsgebot purity law of 1516. Gordon Biersch features a made-from-scratch American menu with bold international flavors that can be found in 18 states across the country and the District of Columbia.
Old Chicago: Traditional casual dining restaurant specializing in Chicago-style deep-dish pizzas, New York-style thin crust pizzas, pastas, calzones, salads, burgers and sandwiches. The Old Chicago World Beer Tour allows members to taste the best beers from across the globe with 110 craft beer styles including 30 draft choices. Old Chicago operates in 23 states.
In addition to these three core brands, CraftWorks also operates a variety of specialty concepts including A1A Ale Works, Big River Grille and Brewing Works, Bluewater Grille, ChopHouse & Brewery, Ragtime Tavern, Seven Bridges Grille & Brewery and The Walnut Brewery.