Stop Asian Hate Charity Sale At Steep
The Chinatown tea shop has teamed up with 25 other Los Angeles businesses and restaurants to create the Stop Asian Hate Charity Sale. On Sunday, March 28th, they’ll be joined by Lasita, Katsu Sando, Today Starts Here, Amboy, Angry Egret Dinette, amongst others to raise money and awareness as “hate crimes against Asians continue to surface every day.” The charity sale starts at 11am, with 100% of the proceeds to be donated to Stop AAPI Hate.
Night + Market... Vegas?
The mega-popular Thai restaurant, Night + Market now has a new outpost on the Las Vegas Strip. They’re a part of the brand-new Virgin Hotel and Casino (you know, like the airline), and will be serving all of the same natural wine and excellent Thai dishes that made them a hit in LA. Except now, they’ll have seafood towers, larb pad, uni-fried rice, and khao soi available from the heart of Sin City.
Maestro Celebrates Women's History Month
On Monday, March 29th, the Pasadena restaurant will be having a special dinner to celebrate Women’s History Month. The four-course, prix-fixe meal will be prepared by guest chef, Jari Gonzalez, and will feature dishes like chayote salad, butterfish in a habanero corn cream sauce, short ribs in a mezcal reduction, and papa rellenas with pomegranate seeds. To accompany the meal, there will also be a live performance by Cuban vocalist and trombone player, Whitney Hernandez. A portion of the profits will benefit the non-profit organization, No Us Without You, and reservations can be made through their website.
Konbi & Pies 'n' Thighs
In honor of the 15th birthday of Brooklyn restaurant, Pies ‘n’ Thighs, Konbi will be creating a special menu of collaboration dishes, including chicken biscuits and a vegan spicy black-eyed peas salad. Each set costs $15, and will be available for pickup on April 3rd and 4th, with 100% of the proceeds going towards the Black LGBTQIA+ Migrant Project. Preorders go live this Saturday, March 27th at 10am on Resy.
A Little Merch Before You Go
This week’s merch drop comes from Angry Egret Dinette in the form of sick corduroy snapbacks embroidered with the Chinatown restaurant’s logo. They’re available for purchase at the shop, click here for more details.