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Melanie Wong | Jul 13, 201804:24 PM     10

"Opening Day
Wednesday, July 18th
11 AM to 9 PM

Gamarjoba!

The wait is over: Kargi Gogo officially opens next week!

Thank you for coming out to our events and "soft" openings over the last month. Your feedback and support have been so important to our process, and we can't wait to welcome you back.

Here's what to expect:

An evolving menu. We will continue adding to, subtracting from and tweaking our menu over the coming weeks as we hone in on what everyone likes to eat and what we can make in our kitchen. But we'll always have a variety of breads, dumplings, seasonal sides/salads for you to enjoy (most of which are vegan or vegetarian), house-made adjika sauces, imported Georgian sodas and cold local beer.
An evolving space. Yep, we still need a sign! And our interior will continue to change over the coming months (especially when we get a big container of goodies from Georgia sometime in August).
Georgian wine. Our first shipment won't make it quite in time for opening, but fear not -- it's on the way and will be part of our experience in the near future.

Regular business hours will be 11 AM to 9 PM, Tuesday through Sunday (closed Monday). No reservations required. Feel free to call ahead for pickup - (503) 764-9552. Delivery service is coming in the near future as well.

Remember, we're still "soft open" through the weekend, 11 AM to 9 PM. We'll be closed Monday and Tuesday next week.

Thanks again for your continued support -- we couldn't do it without you!

aba kargad!
The Kargi Gogo Team"

3039 NE Alberta Street
Portland, OR, USA 97211

Opening Day

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