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Hidden Shutters, Cache Moves In

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It's no surprise that the confused multi-cuisine child, Hidden, created by restauranteur Paolo Cesaro (Ado, Via Veneto), has said good bye. And, in its place comes Cache, opened by some of the same investors behind Hidden, with a fresh new look and simply one cuisine. American. The group was able to score Executive Chef Josiah Citrin, known for his French fare at Melisse, in addition to his protege, Nyesha Arrington, as Chef de Cuisine. The pair created a market-based menu of contemporary American dishes, and they plan to feature a changing menu of six wood-fired flatbreads. Bar/lounge items will be served in Mason jars, and a garden with fresh herbs will exist in the restaurant's lounge. As far as construction, the space is being renovated by design firm Shubin & Donaldson to create a more open and casual indoor/outdoor California lifestyle feel with a garden patio, mahogany paneling, and stone accents. The remodeled Cache is expected to debut at the end of June. [EaterWire]

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