Friday, December 11, 2015
[Photo last month by Steven]
On Nov. 21, Hot Kitchen, the Sichuan restaurant at 104 Second Ave. near East Sixth Street, closed after the building's landlord had work done on the main gas pipe, per a sign on the door.
Three weeks later, and Hot Kitchen remains closed. And the restaurant has new signs on the door communicating their frustration in a way that we can all understand — via emojis...
[New photos via Steven]
So, per the sign, the building's plumber completed the pressure test and filed a request for turn on with Con Ed on Dec. 3.
And they are still waiting...
Hot Kitchen is back open.
Previously on EV Grieve:
Gas work in building temporarily shuts down Hot Kitchen on 2nd Avenue