Thrillist - When COVID-19 Ruins a Restaurant Launch

Thrillist - When COVID-19 Ruins a Restaurant Launch

March 27, 2020

By Alyssa Shelaskly posted: March 27, 2020, 4:43pm

Ken Gordon, the founder of Mochidoki, had a slightly different launch experience in that Mochidoki’s SoHo flagship was officially open for a total of one day. “This has been stressful,” says Gordon, “but I know that things will ultimately return to normal. As New Yorkers, we are really good at fighting through adversity.”

In the meantime, Mochidoki’s online sales have been solid, a life-raft not everyone in the food industry can hold on to. 

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