It won't be Chinese, though.
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Brooklyn or Oklahoma City could come first.
Understand the difference between your zing gau and your siu mai.
He poses for the girlie mag along with Eric Ripert and Marcus Samuelsson. With clothes on.
It's something he jokes about in a new profile in New York Magazine.
It's not going to stop anytime soon.
Danny Bowien is heading to France around the new year to scope out spaces.
'You have to not be afraid to f*ck up your hair, put bleach on it, let it sit for an hour, put on foil, and blow dry it.'
This is happening at Le Fooding Brooklyn Fling on September 23.
He's relocated, at least temporarily, to New York, you know.
We were kind of ahead of the curve on this one, here in S.F.
"[Bowien says,] 'I love Chinese food. I don't know what I'm doing, but I respect this, that and the other Szechuan restaurant. Please don't consider me a master, I'm just a dude with a tea pot full of dirty girl...
Adria said 'What is this?' Bowien said, 'It's the King of Beers.' And Adria said, 'Okay.'
'Bon App' editor Andrew Knowlton just got back from taking the chef on an eating tour of China, and there's a video.
Though the Bay Area dominates in the California region, L.A.'s Michael Voltaggio is most likely to win this popularity contest.
Also, Beretta and Bar Agricole get "long-listed" in the bar category.
They're taking a former takeout spot on Orchard Street.