Big Oh’s is shutting its doors after 7 years

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Northside Square’s Big Oh’s is closing soon. (Sarah Gronberg / Hville Blast)

Seven years—that’s how long Big Oh’s Korean fusion cuisine has been contributing to downtown’s flavorful food scene.

Sadly, this will be the last year that Big Oh’s is in operation. At the end of 2022, they’ll be closing their doors.

Here’s what you need to know.

The closing

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Get your Korean fusion fix until December 30! (Big Oh’s / Facebook)

According to their social media pages, Big Oh’s is closing due to lack of staffing after the pandemic. Especially with more restaurants opening in the Rocket City, they have found it difficult to find help.

Sadly, they’ll be closing in just a couple of weeks. But, you’ve still got time to stop in Big Oh’s before it’s gone. December 30 will be their last day open, and here’s the schedule until then.

  • Tuesday, December 20-Thursday December 22 5PM-9PM
  • Closed December 23-27
  • Wednesday, December 28-Friday, December 30 5PM-9PM

Six more days to get some of the best local fusion cuisine in Huntsville.

About Big Oh’s

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Korean fusion at its finest and freshest. (Big Oh’s / Facebook)

Big Oh’s opened its doors on January 8, 2016 as a Korean fusion restaurant on Northside Square. Using fresh produce and homemade sauces, they served up classic dishes such as ramen and bulgogi, as well as more creative fusion dishes like the Bulgogi and Kimchi Burrito and Yeon’s Quesadilla.

Yeon Arnold, the founder and owner of Big Oh’s has been bringing bold Korean flavors to Huntsville for seven years. Those flavors, the homey interior and the heated patio of Big Oh’s will most definitely be missed.

Here’s where to find them until December 30.

Were you a Big Oh’s fan? Let us know on social media by tagging us @hvilleblast or by using our hashtag #hvilleblast.

Sarah Gronberg
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