Big changes in store for Nick Badovinus's beloved burger joint Off-Site Kitchen. It's long been known that a new OSK location would open at Trinity Groves, but Badovinus never confirmed whether it was to be a second location or simply a relocation of the Design District original. Now, GuideLive breaks the news: OSK in the Design District will shutter this Saturday, June 6, and reopen at Trinity Groves on Tuesday, June 16.
More seating and more parking are two major advantages of the move, as both are in short supply at the Irving Blvd. original; GuideLive's Sarah Blaskovich says there will also be more booze, in the form of "frozen margaritas, mai tais, Moscow mules and Cherry Cokes with bourbon." Some of the burgers may see a slight price increase, but they should retain the flavor that's earned OSK national recognition as a top burger destination: "The griddle from the original OSK is moving to the new [location]."
Badovinus is certainly staying busy these days. He's currently working on two more restaurant concepts: a Seattle-inspired seafood restaurant, Montlake Cut, that's taking over the former Spoon space in Preston Center, and a new Design District concept called Town Hearth.