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American professional wrestler Bill Goldberg, also known as "Goldberg," hosted a Meet and Greet at Sugar Factory American Brasserie's newest location at the Fashion Show in Las Vegas on Saturday, May 20th. Upon arrival, Bill Goldberg and his family were welcomed amongst hundreds of fans as they lined up to meet, take selfies and get an autograph from their favorite mixed martial arts ambassador.  Goldberg, his son Gage and wife Wanda first entered the candy shop and were in awe by the vast selection of over 500 types of sweets and goodies. Goldberg filled up two large Sugar Factory goblets with an assortment of gummy crispy crunch bears, M&M's, Nerds, Skittles, a variety of chocolate candies, and more. As they exited the confectionary shop, Goldberg grabbed a couture pop and took a few fun photos in front of the Sugar Factory dot wall.

Afterward, he and his family entered the fan-filled restaurant where he greeted everyone and posed for pictures with fans of all ages as he walked to his table. For lunch, they had some of the restaurant's signature items including the lollipop passion goblet made with Voli 305 Vodka, Twinkie Dinkie and Caramel Sugar Daddy Cheesecake insane milkshakes paired with the limited edition "Goldburger", gold-glazed bun, double-angus beef patties, melted white and yellow cheddar cheese topped with onion rings and served with pickles, lettuce, tomato, Sugar Factory special sauce along with hand-cut fries and the colorful selection of rainbow sliders. To satisfy their sweet tooth, the family enjoyed the world-renowned King Kong Sundae, containing 24 scoops of ice cream with various toppings and sparklers for dessert. "This is awesome," said Goldberg of the King Kong Sundae. After lunch, Goldberg spent the next two hours meeting and talking to fans of all ages one-on-one, taking selfies and signing autographs.

photo credit: Bryan Steffy)


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