Pink Elephant Kitchen in Carson City will begin serving frozen meal plans and sauces on June 1; restaurant stops eating in and taking away | Carson City Nevada News

Carson City’s new Thai restaurant, Pink Elephant Kitchen, will change its business model from June 1, according to owner Birdie Harthano.

During the month of May, customers will still be welcome to dine in or take out, but after June, Harthano has chosen to transition to a new business model that focuses more on making its Thai curry sauces, which are available on the market. buying frozen.

Until May, their hours will remain the same, Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

In addition, Pink Elephant is also planning to offer weekly meal plan prep kits, which customers can pick up to cook at home, and which will change weekly.

“Everything will remain organic as usual,” Harthano said.

Pink Elephant will also be found at local farmers markets in Carson City, Reno and Lake Tahoe.

“We just want to thank all of our customers who came, and we would like to ask everyone to follow us on Facebook and instagram for updates on our schedule and where we go from here,” Harthano said.

Pink Elephant Kitchen opened in February in the former Lily’s China Bistro located at 1280 S. Carson Street in Carson City. They will stay at this place while they focus mainly on making their sauces.

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