Plus: Corkbuzz is popping up in Chelsea Market, the secret of Takashi's secret ramen, and more, in today's leftovers.
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Tin Vuong plans to tackle the collusion of colonial techniques with Southeast Asian flavors.
The KISS stars will wait on wounded warriors and veterans in Torrance.
The Baltimore baker will prepare three sweets to ride with Joe Brooke's cocktails and Tin Vuong's menu.
Tin Vuong will debut his new menu, featuring his take on Pop-Tarts and chicken and waffles.
Providing the neighborhood a well-cultivated everyday option ruled by a Stefano oven, proprietary starter, and a strong beer selection, this one's going to be slammed.
The new concept in Neapolitan-inspired pies comes from the founders and chef of Abigaile restaurant in Hermosa Beach.
"My diet is still a lot healthier than when I was in school...I'd eat everything I made. I'd also eat what my classmates made."
Chef Bryant Ng's new roster of dishes was inspired by a recent trip to Southeast Asia.
The place is Neapolitan at heart, with native ingredients up top.
The dinner kicks off a monthly guest-collaboration series.
A different season brought new produce to the plate and perhaps, less memorable dishes from the initial year.
All three have international offerings, covering those who seek beef bimbimbap, faux gras with duck-fat biscuits, or just a simple croque.
Tin Vuong replaces San Francisco ex-pat Max DiMare.
The guitar player has covered the soon-to-open restaurant in vintage punk rock stencils and concert posters.
Another San Francisco chef is flying south this winter.