COLORADO SPRINGS — Roll Up, a food truck transitioning into a restaurant, has set down roots and recently opened up an indoor space for dining. Now they are working to grow and evolve at their location in the Security-Widefield area.
According to the ownership, the expansion of their business had been something that was planned for 2020, but the pandemic got in the way.
Now, however, they have settled into their space, opened up a dine-in area for visitors, and attribute their continued success through the past 11 months to the support received from their loyal community and hungry customers.
The space is situated within a converted gas station at the corner of 301 Main Street and is hard to miss with the food truck parked out in front.
As warmer weather rolls in and the venue continues to grow, the team at Roll Up hope to host live entertainment and create a beer garden for local breweries.
"we want to everyday just roll into the next and be open more and more," said Bryce Dillingham, co-owner of Roll Up, "so that's kind of the transition now, we're going from a small business with limited hours to having people know we're here, and if you come, we'll be open."
To learn more about this food truck turned restaurant, visit their WEBSITE.