Executive chef Michael Tuohy—a former head chef at local hot spots like LowBrau and Grange—is now taking the lead at Golden 1 Center through a partnership with Legends Hospitality.
The El Jefe hot dog on a bun from Fresno-based La Boulangerie bakery, topped with carnitas, scallions, and a cheese sauce using four different cheeses from Petaluma Creamery.
House-pickled mushrooms and vegetables will serve as accompaniments to main dishes.
The rotisserie chicken served with French fries will use Mary’s Free Range Chickens from the San Joaquin Valley.
Chef Tuohy preps a porchetta roast, which will be served alongside chicken, turkey legs and patatas bravas at the Porchetta House stand.
The loaded nachos topped with chicken, carnitas, jalapeños and guacamole, using non-GMO tortilla chips from Casa Sanchez in the Bay Area.
Brownies prepped by pastry chef Rob Cuandra
Caramel chocolate tarts and other desserts will be available in Golden 1 Center’s suites and lounges.
Pastry chef Rodrigo Cuadra’s vanilla panna cotta
On Sept. 1, chef Michael Tuohy, who is helming Golden 1 Center's food program, offered a sneak peek into his kitchen below the arena. His goal—to source 90 percent of Golden 1 Center's food from farms and purveyors located within 150 miles of Sacramento—is ambitious, but quickly becoming a reality. In addition to in-house eats, Kings fans can expect fare from local restaurants like Mikuni, Mulvaney's B&L, Star Ginger and LowBrau when the arena opens in October.
Read more about those partnerships by clicking here, and scroll through the slideshow below for details on Tuohy's menu.