First the good news: After a longer-than-expected hiatus, Edmonds restaurant Stars in the Sky returns tonight with a remodel, an adorable new logo, and a tighter focus on its specialty, Korean fried chicken. The menu won't be as expansive as before, but new chicken flavors are being added.
Then the great news: The first ten tables to dine in tonight can get an entire fried chicken free just for "liking" a particular Facebook post and showing the server. Doors open at 5 p.m. and the kitchen will close at 11 p.m.
There will also be drink specials today and tomorrow, including flavored Korean soju for $8.50 and draft beers for $2.50 (if the cooler is fixed in time). A representative for the business told Eater that the menu will be limited this weekend, with three new chicken varieties: honey butter garlic, soy, and sour chile. Going forward, a new flavor will be introduced each week until the full menu is available.
The dining and bar areas have also been renovated, a process that ended up taking a bit longer than expected. The disappointing news is that the private karaoke rooms are still being revamped, but should make their reappearance within a couple of months. In any case, it's hard to sing with a mouth full of new Korean fried chicken flavors.