The Kitchen Sink Will Bring Its Best to Downtown This Summer

By Kelsey Waananen
In Food

With The Kitchen Sink’s new location, there’s no need to fear losing what you love; there will be more of it. Chef-owner Anthony Ellerson Jr. says he’ll be bringing more steaks, seafood and other entrees to the Cajun- and Creole-influenced menu, located at 555 Washington Ave, right across from the soon-to-open National Blues Museum.

The Kitchen Sink

Photo courtesy of The Kitchen Sink.

Luckily, the space will comfortably accommodate those hungry to try the new menu additions. Though seating isn’t completely mapped out, he already knows he’ll be able to get more diners fed at one time with more open space and bigger bar. In addition to the spacial changes, Ellerson Jr. also says the new location will have more of an ambiance thanks to live music every night. He also says he has a couple surprises in store for special events, so be on the lookout for those to emerge.

As soon as the liquor license comes through, hopefully at the end of July, the Downtown location will open its doors. Though other restaurants are opening up in the area around The Kitchen Sink, Ellerson Jr. isn’t rattled. He actually says he’s excited to be part of that restaurant community and he is looking forward to the company. 555 Washington Ave., Downtown

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