Monday, August 21, 2017

A Cheers Cut sneak peek on St. Mark's Place

As we reported on Aug. 10, Cheers Cut, the Taiwanese fast-food restaurant that specializes in fried chicken, is opening an outpost at 36 St. Mark's Place between Second Avenue and Third Avenue.

EVG Cheers Cut contributor Steven got a look inside the opening-soon space on Friday...

Here's more about Cheers Cut:

Our Taiwanese-inspired cuisine features flavorful, fresh dishes that deliver an unforgettable experience to your taste buds. We revolve our business around the goal of providing our customers with quality food and service. The menu features a variety of selections, including our famous crispy fried chicken and seafood dishes cooked to perfection, as well as other recipes ranging from bento boxes to noodles.

No official word on the opening date. Aside from Flushing and Elmhurst, Cheers Cut has locations in Philadelphia and Tampa.

The previous tenant here was Friterie Belgian Fries, which closed back in January after nearly 18 months of deep frying.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Wonderful. Yet another Asian fastfood place. ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ. Can we get some variety in new food places please? Or does everyone want to consume minimum 2500 mg of sodium a day / today for a heartattack in 20XX?