Whether it’s as simple as a new coat of paint or a more in depth kitchen remodel, the slower months at the start of the year are when some restaurant temporarily close to do renovations that set them up well for the rest of the year.
Here are a few we’ve heard of:
Local 188 – closed for a few days in early January to remodel and reconfigure their open kitchen.
David’s – closed earlier this month and expects to reopen in February. The renovations will include “hand-forged artisan iron work, decorative etched stainless steel, reclaimed wood, new lighting and a refreshed open view into the kitchen”
Caiola’s – the new owners plan to close February 19 to renovate the dining room and kitchen in the 11-year old restaurant. During their final weeks they will “bringing back some of the Caiola’s favorites that you have known from over the years. Come and say good-by with some familiar flavors.”
Evo – plans to close January 29 through February 2 to improve their ventilation system.
Artemisia Cafe – is nearly finished with renovations to their kitchen that began in December and expect to reopen very soon.