KBKitchen, Kool Beanz Cafe sister restaurant, won't open at Lake Ella
2020年欧冠赛程表Alas, there won't be a Kool Beanz Cafe-inspired restaurant overlooking Lake Ella.
KBKitchen won't see the light of day. Kool Beanz owner Keith Baxter decided to forgo the new venture, citing personal reasons to Tallahassee Table, a local food blog.
2020年欧冠赛程表"I'm obviously very sad and disappointed about it but I think it will be better for me personally," he said. "It wasn't a decision made easily."
2020年欧冠赛程表In a statement to the blog, he went on to say the following:
2020年欧冠赛程表"This was not a decision made easily nor lightly given the investment so far into leasehold improvements and the installation of a brand new kitchen, but a decision with many moving parts.
"To those who helped in the process up to now, thank you. I have been so overwhelmed with the interest shown by so many people, thank you so much.
"As we move towards the start of our 25th year, Kool Beanz will continue to roll on, with much appreciation to all our wonderful customers who have kept us busy doing what we love to do."
Plans in works for over a year
2020年欧冠赛程表KBKitchen, named for Kool Beanz restasurant, was slated to seat roughly three dozen patrons inside and about two dozen outside. The new menu wasn't going to mirror the flagship restaurant, which celebrates its 25-year anniversary this year.
The plan was to serve lunch Tuesday through Friday and brunch on the weekends. It also would have been open for private events.
Correction/Clarification: A previous version of this story had incorrect information about what the initials of KBKitchen would have stood for. The restaurant would have been named after Kool Beanz. Owner Keith Baxter had also previously told the Tallahassee Democrat the restaurant would serve during Food Truck Thursdays at Lake Ella, but later decided not to.
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