They're taking over what's become a beloved neighborhood hub.
Bauer spoke, and the owners have decided to cut the Hutong "experiment" short.
We're probably looking at a fall opening now.
The ultra-lounge will become a more casual happy hour spot.
The dim sum pop-up has fully taken over Queen Malika at 18th and Eureka.
It doesn't look a lot like the Betelnut menu, but there are a few things in common.
Some old bartenders and former regulars got together and bought the bar back.
The plan is only to go dark for a one-week remodel.
It's going to serve a truncated menu of Green Chile Kitchen favorites.
Little Saigon's Turtle Tower is moving, but still staying in the hood.
It's been a long time coming.
The expansion will include about 38 new seats for the restaurant.
It's going to be a "roadhouse-style" American restaurant from the former owner of City Tavern.
The 92-year-old bar will get a facelift, and a new menu, from the acclaimed gastrpub team.
The boys are moving Naked Lunch into the larger, next-door space and operating it as an all-day pub.
They've already shot down Benderloin.
The new owners, including a longtime Emmy's Spaghetti Shack chef, are making some changes but trying to keep the spirit of the place alive.