From The Trussville Tribune staff reports
TRUSSVILLE – The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) hosted a ribbon cutting for Kemp’s Kitchen on Friday, Jan. 19, to announce the opening of one of Trussville’s newest restaurants, according to the organization.
According to Kemp’s Kitchen’s website website: ‘the key to our success is simple: providing quality consistent food that tastes great every single time. We pride ourselves on serving our customers delicious genuine dishes like rice bowls, wraps, burgers, wings, and salads.”
Kemp’s Kitchen is located at 1423 Gadsden Highway, Suite 131. For more information, please call (205) 508-5998, visit www.kempskitchens.com, or follow them on Facebook.
TACC Executive Director Diane Poole; Chamber Ambassadors Meagan Welch and Natalie Norton; James Plunkett; Keeton Myrex; Diana Kemp; TACC Board Member Jeremy Tuggle; Kemp’s Kitchen Owner, Brian Kemp, Chamber Ambassador Donna Lowery; Randy Kemp; TACC Board Member Lynn Middleton; Mayor Buddy Choat; TACC Board Member John Patterson; Councilman Alan Taylor; and Chamber Ambassador Deanna Schrecongost were all on hand for the ribbon cutting.
For more information about TACC, please go to www.trussvillechamber.com, call (205) 655-7535, ‘like’ us on Facebook, or follow us on Instagram.