At the end of 2020, the popular Hawaiian restaurant Mo’s Hut closed their doors after a dispute with their landlord and the difficulties of running a restaurant during the height of COVID-19.
The restaurant closed its doors on East Central which would later be taken over by Kiko’s Mexican Fast Food. In their closing message, they noted, “Aloha doesn’t just mean hello or goodbye, it means see you soon.”
And “see you soon” could be drawing near. In a recent Facebook post, Mo’s Hut said there is a light at the end of the tunnel. They followed it up asking their fans who’s ready for Mo’s Hut?
No word yet on whether they found a new location or will return to their original food truck roots. One thing is for certain, there’s a big segment of town who will be excited should Mo’s Hut make a comeback.
I reached out to the owners and have not heard back yet. Once I hear more, I’ll be sure to share the news.
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