No time would have been a good time to temporarily close the doors of this local, favored gastrobar and grill, but owner Daniel Todd’s vision will not disappoint with this kitchen and seating expansion, along with additional restrooms. This two-phase renovation process will create a kitchen space four times larger than the original, second story seating, and decrease wait times.
While the new kitchen is in the works, Daniel and his crew have created mobile kitchens to ensure patrons will have continued access to their 4th Street favorites. Daniel is not just utilizing one food truck, but three. Don’t be deceived, each of these food trucks boast a larger kitchen area than what was available inside the building. Quality of the 4th Street food you know and love will not be compromised either. These mobile kitchens will each have a specific food service and menu. Signature dishes from one, all the smoked meats, BBQ, chicken wings, and smash burgers from the second, while the third will offer a new menu option – Asian street food.
Will the mobile kitchen affect your 4th Street experience?
No, not at all. You will continue to first visit the hostess stand at the main entrance of the restaurant. You will be seated either inside or outside (around the century old oak is a great spot) and handed a menu, which will reflect the options available from each of the food trucks. A member of the waitstaff will take your order and once your food is ready, it will be brought to your table to enjoy.