A Newton restaurant that operates a stall in the Boston Public Market will shut down its original location this week after six years in business. The final day of service for Inna’s Kitchen will be this Saturday, April 29, according to a newsletter from the restaurant, though the BPM location will remain open.
To mark the closure, Inna’s Kitchen will hold an open house on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., with light refreshments available.
“Getting to know you and being a part of the community has been a great privilege for us,” mother-and-son owners Inna and Alex Khitrik wrote. “You have given us immense support over these years, without that support we could not have survived. It truly feels as if we are part of a giant family.”
Inna’s Kitchen is known for its Jewish cuisine, including challah, blintzes, latkes, and so much more. The restaurant serves many gluten-free, dairy-free, and/or nut-free items. Inna’s will keep serving soups, pot pies, and frozen items, which will be available at the market. The team is making plans to sell its meals via other services as well.
• Inna’s Kitchen [Official Site]