WHY Thames Street Kitchen Is Closing

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NB: So I do have one final question for you, something that I’m sure is on everyone’s mind who has ever eaten at TSK, and that is, will we see the fried chicken again?

JH: Maybe a fried chicken pop-up at Mission. We never wanted to do fried chicken at Mission, because we do it at TSK and we didn’t want to take away from that. But it would be fun to have it here and there while we’re planning what we’re doing next. Who knows?? But someway, somehow, you’ll see it back.

NB: Ok, great, well is there anything else you’d like to add before we wrap things up?

JH: Just to thank everyone who supported us, and everyone that keeps supporting Mission. Also want to shout out the amazing team we have now and have had in the past. Our employees are awesome human beings and friends and without them we wouldn’t be where we are!! For real! So ya come down to Mission pop in and see us, and we’ll keep everyone updated on our new venture sometime in the near future!

NB: Great, thank you so much Julia

So there you have it folks. As straight from the horse’s mouth as you can get. We are all sad to see TSK go, but we still have Mission (thank GOD), and an exciting new restaurant to look forward to! Make your reservations before December 31st at TSK for one last final meal and to say goodbye to a restaurant gone too soon! And make sure to keep an eye out here as we’ll be keeping up with everything these guys will be doing in the future.

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Dennis Hofer was born in Newport Hospital. If you don't know him, someone you know does. He's a master of loading Pez Dispensers, self proclaimed connoisseur of chicken parm sandwiches, and always good for a joke or six. If you see him drinking a hefeweizen, please tell him to just go home. High fives for reading this far.