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H-Street Kitchen in Raleigh closing for the summer

The inside of H-Street Kitchen in Raleigh prior to it’s opening last July.
The inside of H-Street Kitchen in Raleigh prior to it’s opening last July. jhknight@newsobserver.com

A popular restaurant on Hillsborough Street that’s in an old theater plans to take an intermission.

H-Street Kitchen, which opened last year in the old Varsity Theater building, is closing for the summer. H-Street management announced the news on its Facebook page Wednesday afternoon.

“We wanted to let everyone know that we will not be operating during the summer months to enable us to execute some changes that we think west Raleigh will love,” the post says.

A call to the restaurant wasn’t immediately returned.

The post goes on to say that H-Street hopes to open its doors before students return to N.C. State University in August.

“While we sincerely apologize for any problems that this short-term inconvenience may cause, we need to be able to get our work done in a timely manner so that we can be ready to re-open when the NC State students and the community return to normal business near the end of the summer.”

Triangle and Two Hospitality Group, a partnership of “industry veterans” and N.C. State graduates Gary Bryant and Jeff Brock, opened H-Street last summer. It serves American pub food in a 76-year-old building they’ve renovated into a modern restaurant with local flair.

Paul A. Specht: 919-829-4870, @AndySpecht

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