We'd missed the closure of Hoot and Howl -- just as most people missed the restaurant/venue when it was actually open in the Shops at Northfield Stapleton. That development isn't very old, but already the space at 8270 East Northfield is getting a reputation as a black hole, having already swallowed up Twisted Olive. And it's just down the street from the space where Guy Harvey's went under. See also: - Twisted Olive closes in Northfield Stapleton - Hoot and Howl in Northfield Stapleton closes - Guy Harvey's Perfect Spot closes
Hoot and Howl -- not to be confused with Howl at the Moon -- opened last October. It was supposed to be joined by Sal's Street Food and Sushi, but that space is empty, too. From the Sal's website here's a description of what you're missing.
From Tokyo to Tucson, street foods are prominent in all cultures. The diversity of America is symbolized in its street foods, from our Hot Dog Carts to Taco Wagons, Barbeque Grills, Crab Shacks, Pizza Stands and Fish Markets. Street foods always appear at times of celebration and fun.
Sal's Street Food presents a wide selection of the best Street Food America has to offer, including our own designer brand called Stuff Its. These are various favorites such as Macaroni and Cheese, Sloppy Joe, and Pizza Ingredients stuffed in a light, flaky, easy to hold crust. Our Fresh Street Fish is presented in in the pure form of sushi for the seafood lover and Asian Palate.
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