Potato Chip Pie from The Kitchen

Potato chip pie, a longtime dessert staple at The Kitchen, was invented by Chad Horton, executive pastry chef at Fine Dining Restaurant Group.

Fine Dining Restaurant Group will temporary close most of its restaurants to full-service dining on Monday but will offer takeout food.

“The changes in operations are scheduled for 14 days but will be updated as the situation continues to develop,” the company said in an email and on Facebook.

“We will be offering to-go food daily from Rendezvous Bistro, The Kitchen, Bin22, Roadhouse Pub & Eatery, Il Villaggio Osteria and Bar Enoteca,” it said. “To-go beer will also be available from the Roadhouse Taproom, while Taproom service will be closed.”

The company encouraged customers to add a 20% gratuity to to-go orders to support employees.

The Bin22 and Bodega shops will remain open, but will be implementing social distancing measures.

“In addition to creating a fund for our employees, we will be working with local organizations to donate unused products to support families experiencing food uncertainty during area closures.”

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Jennifer Dorsey is chief copy editor and Business section coordinator. She worked in Washington, D.C., and Chicago before moving to the Tetons.

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