Monday, September 9, 2019

Fire temporarily closes Gyu-Kaku on Cooper Square



A small fire inside Gyu-Kaku on Cooper Square Thursday evening has temporarily ko'd the restaurant.



The official FDNY Twitter feed puts the fire at just before 8 p.m. The FDNY had the fire under control in 20-plus minutes...



No word on where the fire started. The Citizen app mentioned the fire started on a table. (That information has not been verified.)



Gyu-Kaku is a chain of Japanese yakiniku restaurants specializing in barbecue that diners can prepare at their tables. As the sign on the door notes, their Midtown locations are open.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Maybe it's not a good idea to have customers cook their own bbq at the table?

MrNiceGuy said...

I hope they get back on their feet quickly, good luck Gyu-Kaku! They've still got some of the best happy hour deals around, they'll be missed...