Wednesday, August 10, 2022

The Hound’s Tale Moving Forward With Expansion Into Former Space Of A Chef’s Kitchen

Sign up here for our free newsletter that tells you about the newest stories, three mornings each week.

Sponsor Food News

WILLIAMSBURG-Progress is being made in downtown Williamsburg in the space that was the beloved A Chef’s Kitchen.

In March, Michelle and Steve Sieling, who currently operate three downtown restaurants on Prince George Street, leased the space of the former A Chef’s Kitchen, which permanently closed earlier this year following the passing of its owner, John Gonzales, in October 2021.The property, located at 501 Prince George St., is adjacent to two of the Sielings’ restaurants, The Corner BARKery and The Hound’s Tale. At the time of the signing of the lease, the couple didn’t have any firm plans for the space, but now it appears they have an idea.

Senior Reporter Barrett Baker contributed to this report.

Want to read the rest of the article?

Already a subscriber? Log into your Transact account.

New user? Create a Transact account and read the article for free. Transact gives you $3 in credit to get you started.

Purchase a subscription for a year, month, or day on Transact, and get access to all articles.

Transact payments script could not be loaded

Transact.io respects your privacy, does not display advertisements, and does not sell your data.

To enable payment or login you will need to allow third party scripts from transact.io.

Cookies are disabled

Transact.io respects your privacy, does not display advertisements, and does not sell your data.

To enable purchase or subscriptions you will need to enable cookies.

You must purchase this article or be a subscriber to comment on it.

Former Owner Of The Pizza Shop In York County Plans To Reopen Restaurant This Fall

YORK-Longtime residents of York County will be happy to hear that a popular pizza establishment that closed late last year will soon reopen. Brian Betts,...

New Bake Shop And Cafe Opening In Toano

JAMES CITY-Those who live in Toano in James City County will soon have a new option for coffee and baked goods. A new bakery and...

The New Local News Model

On July 1, we started a new way to pay for news. Yes, we want you to subscribe, but we know nobody subscribes to every site they visit just because there's a paywall.

So if you don't want to subscribe (even at the low price of $39.99 for a year), you can pay for access to individual articles. Or just buy a 24-hour pass, as if you were buying a single copy of a newspaper. We use a new payment service called Transact, which lets you pay for individual articles in as little as three seconds. And you will get $3 in credit when you sign up (just an email address, no credit card required), which will let you pay for at least 20 articles.

This is new for everyone, so we're going to ease you into this. Initially, there won't be many articles that you have to pay for. Short ones will always be free. And even the longer stories will let you read the first half or so for free. We'd love to hear what you think, so send us a note at feedback@peninsulachronicle.com.