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Blacksauce Kitchen's Remington restaurant opens Thursday

Farmers' market staple Blacksauce Kitchen is opening a brick-and-mortar restaurant Thursday.

Blacksauce Kitchen, which built its reputation dishing out biscuits at farmers' markets, will open its permanent restaurant in Remington on Thursday — and only on Thursdays, for now.

The shop is opening in the former Sterling's Crab and Oyster House at 401 W. 29th St. It will be open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays, according to a post on the eatery's Instagram account.

The post indicates that Blacksauce Kitchen will still be appearing regularly at farmers' markets and taking on catering jobs. Blacksauce Kitchen is among the vendors at the Waverly Farmers' Market, held year-round on Saturdays, and has also sold its food at the Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar.

The menu at the brick-and-mortar location will be slightly different than at the markets.

"It'll be thoughtful and delicious, but less reliant on biscuits," the Instagram post says. "Still take-out food, but more than sandwiches. We'll change the menu monthly, each cycle highlighting a different part of the animal. First up: brisket."

Owners Damian Mosley and Vesnier Lugo could not immediately be reached for comment Wednesday.

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