The co-owners of Nosh Euro Bistro, Avner Samuel and Jon Stevens, are going out of their New American comfort zone and opening a restaurant that’ll feature cuisine from Thailand, India, the Middle East, Mexico, and more. SNACK Global Kitchen & Bar is taking over the former Horne & Dekker spot on 2323 N. Henderson Avenue and gutting it to create three different bar areas – one with cocktails, wine, and beer; the second will serve small hot plates; and the third “will feature a large wood-burning oven for made-to-order flatbreads and distinct hot dishes cooked in various vessels over the fire (40 seats total for all three drink and food bar areas).”
“SNACK will feature small plates with recipes from around the globe. The cocktails, wine and beer list will reflect and complement the globally influenced menu, while at the same time remaining at a low price per ticket average.” The menu will change frequently and two large blackboards, (5 ’x 8’) against the sidewalls of the restaurant,” says Samuel, “Whatever the market will bear that day will be on the menu.”
This joint is open nightly seven days a week and will provide brunch service on Saturdays and Sundays. The Kitchen is open until midnight, while the bar closes at 2 AM.