Things aren't looking great for Think Tank, the Kendall Square restaurant that was forced by July's flood to shutter after just a month in business. Not only did the flood do an estimated $180,000 in damage, but the restaurant's insurance denied their initial claim, reports the Herald.
While Think Tank's owners aren't calling it quits just yet, this is a pretty devastating setback. Currently, Think Tank is hoping for a disaster relief loan from the federal government, but they may eventually resort to fundraisers. If they do, and if you miss your beignets and bento boxes, it would behoove you to get involved.
Flooded Eatery Seeks Relief [Herald]
Previously: Think Tank Flooded