By Kathy Chouteau
Bridge Kitchen—which hosts an alternating lineup of chef pop-up menus Monday through Friday via its Food Hall—has opened up indoor dining at its home at Bridge Storage and ArtSpace’s creative compound at 23 Maine Ave. in Richmond. Indoor dining in Bridge’s Art Gallery, as well as outdoor seating in an eclectic park-like setting, are available to diners. The announcement comes on the heels of Contra Costa County’s move into the less-restrictive red tier of COVID-19 safety requirements.
A variety of menu options are available Monday through Friday from 2-7 p.m. The lineup includes M6 Food & Catering serving up BBQ on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays; Soulfully Dope, known for their sinfully delicious loaded potatoes and more, offered five days a week; Chef Alreca’s Jamaican cuisine on Thursdays; and on-site restaurant Kit’s Kitchen’s all-American fare five days a week.
As a special offer on Mondays, those who order an entrée can get a $3.00 Budweiser beer. In addition to dining onsite, community members can order food delivery via Grub Hub or pre-order Kit’s Kitchen online here.
Live music also adds to the fun on Thursdays and Fridays from 3-6 p.m., with Jamaican-style music featured on Thursdays and Steven Green and the Lifeline slated for Fridays.
For more info about Bridge Kitchen, its Food Hall and array of other offerings, click here.