updated feb 5, 2021
We have patio seating
Available for our take-out guests!
We plan to keep our dining room closed for a little longer to make sure that we are taking all the precautions needed to ensure your safety and ours. In the meantime, everyone at Miss Kim will continue to wear masks and maintain social distance from each other and from you and we ask that you do the same, whether you are picking up an order or enjoying our patio space.
Stay tuned to our social media channels for the latest updates on our re-opening!
About our patio seating
- Our outdoor tables are spaced to allow for social distancing and we’ve set up a sanitizing station for you with bleach spray, hand sanitizer and gloves!
- Simply sit down at a table, order online and we’ll bring your food and drinks right to the table of choice. Let us know that you’re sitting on the patio and whether or not you need utensils, cups or napkins when you place your order. And please bus your table when you are through!
- Beer and wine are still available to-go and may now be consumed strictly within our roped off seating areas. Opened beer and wine MAY NOT be brought outside of this area.
“Ann Arbor’s popular modern Korean restaurant, routinely held special dining events featuring collaborations with chef Ji Hye Kim and visiting chefs and producers from across the country. …expanded offerings to include pantry items and meal kits. In recent months, the restaurant hosted pop-ups with fellow James Beard nominee Max Sussman of New York’s Samesa as well as with local chefs.”
Miss Kim’s dining room will remain closed until COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted for restaurants and bars and it becomes clear that it is safe for our staff and our guests that we do so. During this time, we will continue to offer you our food by way of contactless curbside pick-up via our own square site and snackpass, and delivery with Grubhub and EatStreet, though we encourage you to purchase direct if you’re able.We are continuing to take this public health crisis very seriously and are constantly pivoting our operations and our interactions with the public to minimize risk wherever possible, making yours and our safety a priority. We are carefully following the continuously updated guidelines and directives from the CDC, industry experts and the Washtenaw County Health Department.
All of these efforts will allow us to continue to support our small staff and to provide nourishing food to you, our community, during this time.
Thank you so much for supporting us during this time. We will get through this together.