Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Thursday Kitchen will serve Korean tapas on East 9th Street
A few more details have emerged about the restaurant taking over the former King Bee space at 424 E. Ninth St. between Avenue A and First Avenue... the space will be called Thursday Kitchen, and serve Korean tapas, according to workers...
Thursday Kitchen is expecting to open in two more weeks.
As previously noted, a variety of concepts have come and gone in the space in recent years... including King Bee (Acadian cuisine), Exchange Alley (New Orleans-inspired fare), Olivia (Mediterranean), Sintir (Moroccan) and Zi' Pep (Italian).
Thanks to William Klayer for the photos and Steven for the initial tip.
Posted by Grieve at 4:13 AM
Labels: 424 E. 9th St., King Bee, Thursday Kitchen
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This will be the next one to close because "Thursday's Kitchen" don't say shit all about what kind of food they serve. Not everyone uses Yelp to find a place to eat, I prefer actually seeing a place first before reading more about it online.
Tapas is short for 'we wannabe cool with foodies but really just want to take more money by giving you smaller plates"
It's a big place. Make big food. Go Korean all the way or don't
Yeah, don't care.
not sure what that asian looking 't' symbol is supposed to be, but it sure isn't part of the korean alphabet.
the signage suggests asian.
Thanks 8;04, now i finally understand why all these 99-cent pizza shops do so well
seriously don't under estimate the effectiveness of being blunt.
@11:38 AM: It's a Chinese symbol that translates roughly to "small plates, big wallet."
Actually, it's a Chinese symbol for Thursday that the Koreans use sometimes.
That character (meaning wood) is the kanji for mokuyobi in Japanese. 木曜日
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