Jenny’s at The Wharf is back in business on Water Street.
The Asian restaurant that first opened on the Southwest waterfront more than 30 years ago began serving drunken noodles, General Tso’s chicken and other dishes this week, after a seven-month hiatus.
After opening at 1000 Water St. SW in 1981, Jenny’s closed in September to make room for The Wharf development. The restaurant now is located a few blocks further southeast, at the former Channel Inn.
More than two dozen people were at Jenny’s for dinner or drinks one evening this week, just days before its expected grand opening on Monday.
In addition to drunken noodles ($12.95) and General Tso’s chicken ($14.95), other food on the menu includes a banh mi sandwich ($9.95), eggplant stir fry ($11.95) and spicy beef noodle soup ($12.95).
Customers also can get a $9, 22-ounce can of Sapporo beer and a $9 Sunset in SW cocktail, among other drinks. The Sunset in SW includes Stella Artois Cidre, cinnamon whiskey and grenadine.