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i guess its kinda weird to write about a bar that no longer exists, but for the sake of posthumous posterity, i’ll deliver a review fit for eulogy.  i will say this – the other multitudes of businesses that have inhabited the corner of pine and belmont have never been long-lived…it’s where businesses are born to die.  established as an “asian-fusion tap & eatery”, kiki had good intention, with (very) small plates like spring rolls, calamari, and tuna poke.  For those with heartier appetites, servings of pork belly rice and vietnamese curry warm hungry bellies.  what i remember most was the cocktails, but sadly, they were mind-numbingly sweet.  with all that said, kiki will be sorely missed for the attentive staff and its will to survive against all odds.  rather than feel the loss, this is a celebration of their life, so let’s have a kiki.

let’s drink to the memories

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