Tuesday, April 23, 2013

No More Lunch at Downtown Kitchen + Cocktails

Posted By on Tue, Apr 23, 2013 at 10:05 AM

This is your last week to have lunch at Downtown Kitchen + Cocktails.

From a press release, Janos says, “Closing at lunch allows us the flexibility to put our energies into the areas of our business which are growing most rapidly and continue to push the quality of service and innovation of the food forward. In order to focus on growing demand for Happy Hour and dinner business, the restaurant will serve its last lunch on Friday, April 26.”

Speaking with Devon Sanner, Chef de Cuisine of DK+C, “This gives me the opportunity to hone and focus our service and provide the best possible for our guests.” He was excited for the forthcoming changes.

In addition to the end of lunch service, DK+C is also launching their spring menu this week, which will focus on accenting items from the garden there on site, as well as the Andra’s Memorial Garden at The Children’s Museum.

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