To make people happy.
I have grown to cherish these beautiful cuisines throughout my life and I want guests to feel like they are dining in an extension of my home the second they walk through the doors at Kith and Kin.
I grew up a Creole, Nigerian, and Jamaican child in the Bornx. If it weren’t for the stories of my ancestors and my parents making sure I understood that, then I wouldn’t be here today. It’s time to honor that.
Everyone loves a comeback story, and this might turn out to be the mother of all comeback stories.
This fall, local diners will finally get to step foot inside the completed Wharf complex, a three-year, $2.5-billion overhaul of D.C.’s southwest waterfront. The new development will unleash nearly two dozen new restaurants, bars, and clubs on the local dining scene.