By Ryan Kneller
The Morning Call |
Aug 07, 2019 |
Hot Plate Southern Kitchen, which opened in December 2017 at 201 E. Third St., will hold its last day of business on Wednesday, Aug. 7, according to a now-deleted video on the business’ Facebook page.
The restaurant “hit a roof” in the Lehigh Valley and is set to move to 387 Bloomfield Ave. in Montclair, N.J. later this month, co-owner T.R. Burns said in the video.
“We can’t grow no more,” Burns said. “… It has to be a certain dynamic between the property you’re in and the place you are doing business in. And some of them dynamics changed drastically.”
Hot Plate, offering Cajun shrimp, honey-dipped fried chicken and other southern fare, occupies a south Bethlehem bi-level space that previously housed Shankara Vegan Restaurant and Organic Juice Bar. Read more here