The long-awaited return of the Tinker Street restaurant is just around the corner.
The popular Herron-Morton Place with 21 and more restaurants and wine bar, which has been closed for on-site service since March 2020, will reopen on May 18 after owner Tom Main decided against the sale.
Guests will want to get involved, so be ready to call early or get online. The restaurant started taking reservations online on Saturday.
Chef Tyler Shortt and his team have a wonderful menu to choose from.
Shortt had become head chef shortly before the coronavirus pandemic, so this is his first real chance to show off his stuff at the intimate venue at 402 E. 16th St.. The 900 square meter Tinker Street offers space for 30 to 40 people.
Here’s what food lovers can expect.
Debut carrot gnocchi, chickpea ravioli
The menu continues to feature typical dishes such as pork belly, shrimp and grits that everyone raves about.