Kitchen LTO is back… and you can be a part of it

Posted on 16 Aug 2016 at 10:14am

CasieCaldwellheadshotIt was just last month that we announced that Kitchen LTO, Casie Caldwell’s permanent pop-up restaurant in Trinity Groves, was closing its doors (as we said) “for now.” Caldwell promised that it would return. And that’s now set to happen.

“Kitchen LTO is ‘popping up’ again!” she told me. “The support I received to keep the restaurant going was overwhelming, and now I have the opportunity to relocate.” Where to?

East Dallas, get ready: Deep Ellum!

The idea is to build the brand via a grassroots campaign, starting with a Kickstarter crowdfunding platform to raise $50,000 — not the cost to pay for the entire restaurant by any stretch, but to begin build-out, equipment, etc., at the space where Twenty Seven Restaurant is (2901 Elm St.).

If you wanna get involved, you have 26 days to contribute to the campaign by going here.

Caldwell continues to operate the popular Pink Magnolia in Oak Cliff with chef Blythe Beck.

And check out Dallas Voice on Friday for more of our food week Food Issue.

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