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His title is Head Chef, and he's there day to day.
An important list of important restaurants.
In a boon for the telephone-averse, Mission Chinese Food is testing out online ordering tonight, via the website. If all goes well and they aren't horribly slammed, it's likely this service will continue. [MissionStFood/Twitter]...
The 36-year-old chef opens up about his new project (a little) and talks about his time on the line when he was a "young man."
"My neighbors and I drank Champagne and annihilated the piñata, and then rushed off to Mission Chinese for dinner."
Thanks to the confluence of the New and Improved Jewish Deli Movement and the enduring Barbecue Boom, it's experienced a spike in popularity of almost pork-belly proportions.
Plus: Lindsay Lohan eats pizza at Rubirosa, Erin Heatherton moves on from Leo at Lure Fishbar, and more of this week's celebrity dining.
That's a lot of salt cod fried rice and Kung Pao pastrami.
He poses for the girlie mag along with Eric Ripert and Marcus Samuelsson. With clothes on.
Whether Indian, Chinese, or good ol' American, there is plenty of spice in the city.
Plus, the right way to order at Mission Chinese Food and more in our weekly roundup of virtuous food around town.
It's something he jokes about in a new profile in New York Magazine.
And what's next for Danny Bowien, the world's most unlikely celebrity chef, who now has his sights set on Paris, Oklahoma City, and burritos.
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.'
He also compares the food to an S&M experience.