Popular San Antonio ramen spot Cherrity Bar asks for support after kitchen fire – mySA

San Antonio’s Cherrity Bar is asking locals to support them more than ever after a small kitchen fire broke out at the establishment last weekend. According to an Instagram post from the bar, the fire occurred during the evening hours on Friday, June 10. 

“Unfortunately, we were hit with a small kitchen fire last night,” Cherrity Bar wrote in an Instagram post the following day on Saturday, June 11. “*Thankfully* the damage was minimal and we will be able to recover.”

However, the bar, located at 302 Montana Street, provided an update on Sunday, June 13, stating it had to postpone its Rat King Cole show to August 6 due to the damages. Cherrity Bar closed at 9 p.m. on Sunday but wrote it hopes to reopen for regular hours sometime this week.

The bar is closed on Monday but is expected to open on Tuesday. At the moment, the bar is asking its guests to support them during this time. 

“Please come by and see us,” the bar wrote in its post. “More than ever, we need the support of our friends and family.”

According to its Instagram, Cherrity Bar urges guests to follow its social media channels for updates on hours. The bar is known as a hip indoor-outdoor hangout offering drinks and Japanese bites, with some of its profits going to charities.

Its June Charity Cocktail is called Serenity Daiquiri. It’s a delicious rum-based cocktail named after the blue stripe of the pride flag. A dollar from every Serenity Daiquiri sold will be donated to Thrive Youth Center.

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