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frequently asked questions

is sooki & mimi open? do you take reservations?

Yes - we’re open and reservations are strongly recommended for our dining room. 

What is your cancellation policy?

we will accept cancellations up to one week in advance of your reservation for a full refund. you can reach us by email at hello@sookiandmimi.com to make a cancellation. we are unable to refund any cancellations made within one week of your reservation. by completing your purchase, you are acknowledging this on behalf of you and your guests. You can always transfer your reservation to another person. 

do you have outdoor seating?

yes! our lovely patio offers drinks and bar snacks. it is seated on a first come, first served basis. we are not offering our dining room menu on the patio.

can i eat in the bar ?

you are welcome to join us for a drink and snack in our bar area (bar seating is also first come, first served, reservations are not available). we do not serve our dining room menu in the bar.

what kind of food do you serve at Sooki & Mimi?

the short answer: we serve delicious food.

the longer answer: we serve food that speaks to chef ann kim’s personal journey as a South Korean immigrant woman raised in a suburb of Minnesota, educated in NYC, fueled by a hunger for tortillas and profound respect for masa. while she often feels like she’s in a constant identity crisis, her food reveals the gift of a life lived at the intersection of cultures, sustained by curiosity and appreciation. 

are you a vegetarian restaurant? 

no, however, our inaugural menu was a ten-course celebration of vegetables. our current menu includes pescatarian dishes, and our forthcoming summer menu has something for everyone - it's an omnivore's delight featuring vegetables, fish, seafood and delicious meat options!  

do you offer takeaway?

no, not at this time. 

do you offer delivery?

we do not offer delivery or work with any third-party delivery services.

who are sooki & mimi?

sooki and mimi are chef/owner ann kim's late-grandmothers. sook-young (or “sooki”), her maternal korean grandmother, influenced ann's love of food and cooking, and her american grandmother thelma (or “mimi”), who introduced ann to the arts and western culture. this restaurant is an homage to them.

do you sell gift cards?

yes! you can buy a gift card online.

i hear there's a basement bar, is that true?

sure is! stay tuned for more information about our subterranean wonderland.

can i rent your spaces out for special events? 

not at this time. we love hosting private events, but given the current restrictions on large gatherings, we are unable to offer this type of experience. we hope to be able to assist in celebrating special days and events soon.