Fatta Cuckoo Trims Its Service for Two Months Ahead of ‘Renovations’

Posted on: October 14th, 2014 at 6:05 am by
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Leah Tinari’s Fatta Cuckoo is amidst a period of transition. Yet very much below the radar. The casual restaurant at 63 Clinton Street recently ceased its weekday operations, instead focusing on weekend dinner and “Drunch” service. This new arrangement is in place for at least the next two months, ahead of some unspecified “renovations” and possible ownership change.

Tinari confirms in an email that “we are streamlining dinner service to just the weekends for the months of October and November for some upcoming renovations and new partnership.”

The sudden change-up at Fatta Cuckoo is not unexpected, though. After all, the business had been shopped around on the open market about six months ago for potential suitors.

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