The restaurant on Thursday got its Montgomery County alcohol license. Kim told the county’s Board of License Commissioners the restaurant will serve beer, wine and cocktails both inside the restaurant, at an indoor bar and on a front patio space.
The restaurant is taking the former space (4862 Cordell Ave.) of the flagship California Tortilla location, which moved across the street in 2012.
Turntable’s menu and style will be similar to the Turntable location in Manhattan’s Koreatown, just without the beer tower. The restaurant will offer pitchers of beer and close at midnight, seven days a week.
Kim said he’s in the process of finishing hiring and the build-out of the restaurant.