Eatt Gourmet Bistro’s Nicolas Kalpokdjian confirms the West Sahara Avenue restaurant will transition from a restaurant to a private event space. He says he and his team, the same group that operates Chinatown’s acclaimed French restaurant Partage, will also use the space for pop-up events.
Eatt’s last day of service as a restaurant will be Saturday. The new Eatt will begin taking group reservations for private events in February, and is expected to host a Valentine’s Day pop-up.
Kalpokdjian says he and chefs Aymeric Delouis, Vincent Pellerin and Yuri Szarzewski are looking for a new space to develop a restaurant, similar to Eatt but with a different name.