Just one more coat of shellac.
There's also a brand-new menu.
The project is scheduled for fall 2014, and an executive chef should be named in the coming months.
The restaurant has made extensive renovations.
A broken water main took down two ambitious restaurants at once, but other things made it much, much worse.
The restaurant has been closed since the April 15 marathon attack.
An orange cat that crossed his path on Lafayette Street changed everything.
The restaurant has not yet set a reopening date.
The restaurant had to replace all of its equipment and electrical wiring.
Chef Shea Gallante won't be returning, though.
It will only have been closed for seven days.
They were closed for a couple months after some water damage.
The chef hints that he may bring in Pekin Duck, while also offering grass-fed burgers and freestyle remixes.
The date has been set, and the rebuilding is well underway.
Soon the late night haunt will be serving huge, gooey, and cheesy slices again.
The popular spot near the beach is still picking up after Sandy.
And there will likely be tacos.