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Good Good Culture Club

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When the team behind Liholiho Yacht Club opened Good Good Culture Club in the Mission, we fired off about 95 excited Slack messages and immediately started setting our Resy notifications. GGCC is located in the old Dear Inga space, where Liholiho popped up for most of last year. And when we finally sat down to a meal here, the lively dining room, friendly staff, and twists on dishes influenced by the cuisines of Laos, Thailand, and the Philippines (to name a few), only made our initial excitement grow. Inside, you’ll find people sipping on bright blue cocktails and natural wine at the bar and long communal tables, and digging into family-style spreads of things like crying tiger shrimp, and adobo-glazed chicken wings stuffed with garlic sticky rice up on the colorful new rooftop. One thing we’re especially excited to come back for is the “Halo Ha-Lao,” a shisho shaved ice, tapioca, and ube ice cream dessert (and a play on words that’s a nod to the chef’s background). Be sure to get it on your table, then make a mental note to come back here for your next celebratory meal. 

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