New Afro-Caribbean restaurant Kith and Kin didn’t come together in time to welcome customers during the Wharf’s grand opening weekend, but Top Chef alum Kwame Onwuachi now says he plans to begin sharing his deeply personal meals Thursday, October 19.
I can't believe we are 4 days away. This has been one of the hardest I've ever worked on a project and I couldn't be happier. We open for dinner on Thursday. Thank you to my team, my family and @myallen for putting up with the late nights and early mornings. See you all on the 19th @kithandkindc. Reservations are now live at kithandkindc.com
“This has been one of the hardest I've ever worked on a project and I couldn't be happier,” the co-founder of the short-lived Shaw Bijou posted on social media. Onwuachi is not alone in missing last week’s deadline; restaurateurs Mike Isabella, Jamie Leeds, Fabio Trabocchi all offered up placeholder food during the festivities but hope to have their latest establishments fully operational in the coming weeks.
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