A New Pop-Up Restaurant Set To Open At Zeitgeist
Hotbox Duluth is expected to open for takeout on January 27th.
DULUTH, Minn. – Hotbox Duluth has called Zeitgeist a home since January 27th.
“Right now we’ll just to to-goes and try to give people a good time,” HotBox Duluth Owner, Rob Abrahamson says.
The restaurant has a nostalgic, throwback feel.
“We’re going to elevate the food a little bit. Like the term that we came up with at home is elevated trash.”
Offering what the head chef calls “adult kids meals” for customers to indulge in such as homemade duckaroos, and specialties like Swedish meatballs and meatloaf.
“It’s kind of all the garbage food you would eat. Like Cheetos, mac and cheese and pickled roll-ups.”
For head chef and Owner Rob Abrahamson, this restaurant plan has been cooking for almost fifteen years.
“It spurned to the idea even more where we can make it more food-centric but have such a fun time with everything too.”
And Abrahamson says it was a golden opportunity chance to start up a business… after previously losing his job because of the pandemic.
“It’s hard because I know everyone is struggling so hard right now. it breaks my heart. It was just perfect for me. I had to go for it.”
For hours and a full menu of hotbox, click here: HotBox Duluth