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Starry Kitchen Owner Inserts (Gator) Shoe in Mouth
Nguyen Tran advises women to bring their pimps in on International Women’s Day.
The Bird Is The Word
Southern Comfort Meets Southeast Asian Twist at Starry Kitchen’s Fried Chicken
Owner Nguyen Tran calls his wife’s take on chicken and waffles “a tasty bastard child of the things we love.”
Let's Do Lunch
Starry Kitchen Looking To Start Lunchin’
Nguyen Tran confirms, “It’s time to return back to our lunch roots.”
Starry Kitchen Strikes Back, Re-Open Tonight at Tiara Cafe
The Southeast Asian restaurant, sprung from a former speakeasy of sorts, is sharing space in a permanent collaboration with Fred Eric.
Starry Kitchen Closing Downtown Space, Planning Concept at Tiara Cafe
The couple hopes to be back in Cal Plaza in a few months.
Nguyen Tran: ‘Everything I Learned in Life I Learned by F–king It Up!’
The restaurateur will give a free talk to Creative Mornings and he’s seriously calling it this.
How to Score a Seat at Starry Kitchen and Lauren Quenioux’s Sinsemilla Supper
The two forces insist this is not for people solely seeking to get baked.
Gunfire Erupts in Venice Whole Foods Parking Lot; Binge Drinking Spikes in U.S.
A large area of the seaside city as police nab the indiscriminate shooter.
Laurent Quenioux and Starry Kitchen Uniting on Underground Cannabis Pop-Up?
The French chef is rumored to collaborate on a menu highlighting the flavors inherent in marijuana, while Thi Tran will showcase a selection of Chinese herbs.
Looks Who's Popping Up
Quenioux Returns to Starry Kitchen
After a two-week hiatus, the pop-up that put ant larvae tacos on Downtown’s table returns.
Yoplait Yanks Yogurt Ad; Where To Get Deep-Fried Kool-Aid Balls
Concerned that its latest commercial encourages eating disorders, activists force the yogurt giant’s hand.
Look who's Popping Up
Strange Bedfellows Starry Kitchen and Laurent Quenioux Unite
The French chef might spend as many as six months popping in and out of the Downtown Asian restaurant.
Starry Kitchen Truck-Jacks The Mandoline Grill This Sunday
Ball jokes, costumes, and the banh mi that boosted them from an underground apartment restaurant are likely to follow.
Off-Shore Drinking Ban Considered in San Diego; Sports Concessions Riddled with
The end of “Floatopia” might be drawing near, while eating at the game poses health risks.
Ruth Reichl Tweets With a Broken Foot; Robuchon and Jean-Georges Eye Beirut
Gourmet’s grande dame loves social networking while chefs at the top of their game look to new markets in the Middle East.