BY ERIN THOMPSON
For the Journal
After 23 years, the Hyatt Regency Guam has closed the doors on La Mirenda, the family-style restaurant that has served as an institution for celebrations and social gatherings.
“For many years, La Mirenda was a place where families celebrated a very special day — birthdays, weddings, anniversaries,” Hyatt Executive Chef Mirko Agostini said.
In its place, a modernized 140-seat restaurant, dubbed Café Kitchen, to open mid-December, will offer a more upscale dining experience with a casual atmosphere, Agostini said.
An 18-year Hyatt employee, Agostini has worked in Hyatt kitchens . . .
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