A kitchen equipment problem prompted new Clarendon restaurant Oz to temporarily close Tuesday night.
“We had an issue with our hood [that goes over the stove],” said owner Ashley Darby. “We had to make sure it was ventilating properly.”
It took a couple hours to fix the hood, which meant the restaurant had to suspend dinner service for the day. Oz reopened today (Wednesday) and has been business as usual, she said.
Darby said she doesn’t foresee any more temporary closures.
Oz, which serves authentic Australian cuisine, began dinner service at the end of September. The restaurant started serving lunch today, Darby said.
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