Newsday reported that Two Steak & Sushi Den, which opened in March of 2010, has closed its doors, but will reopen in February as a casual Mexican Restaurant.
served 450 dinners and 900 people for cocktails on New Year’s Eve before shutting down. According to partner Jay Grossman, the new venture will offer “food and cocktails that are accessible to everyone. It won’t be a special occasion place — the point is to resonate with everyday guests.”
Grossman said that he and chef-partner James McDevitt streamlined the original menu and tried to harness prices, but the restaurant never really found its audience.
Grossman was approached by an investment group a few months ago that wanted to put together a fun, casual concept, but using Two Steak & Sushi Den as the location.
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