South Bank Kitchen changes hands

9 May

Lindsay Gott, after several successful years at the helm of what she called the South Bank Kitchen, has found a buyer and is moving on to other things. The new owner comes with an advertising background, apparently has hired a Culinary Institute of America-trained chef, and has begun adding her own spin to things. Pop in and give it a whirl. Always good for a sit-down lunch, or take-out dinner. Lindsay also had one of the best series of window displays in recent memory. Good job, Lindsay, and good luck with what comes next.

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3 Responses to “South Bank Kitchen changes hands”

  1. Nathan DeVol May 14, 2009 at 4:24 am #

    Just a clarification – The outstanding window displays mentioned above were conceived and installed by Jessica Levin. She is also responsible for the great window displays at Parts and Labour. Some of you may remember Jessica from the days of the Yum gallery (in the space currently occupied by Quenett, adjacent to Andrew’s Pizza). If any of you out there need some creative help with displays (window or otherwise) get in touch with her.

    • stuwatson May 14, 2009 at 7:30 am #

      Thanks, Nate. The point was, those displays rock. Glad to know who is responsible. Hey, does she assign people to your tables up front, or is that, like, totally random? All those humanlike figures, they seem so … unusual. Good work.

      • Nathan DeVol May 14, 2009 at 7:54 am #

        Stu,

        No disrespect intended. I was simply giving a shout-out to Jess who does such a bang up job with her displays. As far as the folks in our front window, we are just very lucky. Cheers to the Chamber/DBA merger. We all appreciate your hard work on this very difficult issue.

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