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Chego Opens in Chinatown This Saturday

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Tue, Apr 30, 2013 at 12:05 PM

click to enlarge interior of now-closed Chego on Overland - ANNE FISHBEIN
  • Anne Fishbein
  • interior of now-closed Chego on Overland
From Roy Choi's Twitter feed, and I quote: "We don't think anyone's been as excited about Chego in Chinatown as us. And, well, maybe you. Which is why we're sending you the invite. Finally. Ooey Gooey Fries and Chubby Pork Bellies shall be had once again...With maybe a little ping pong on the side. Trust. It shall be a Grand Opening that Far East Plaza shalt not soon forget."

What: Chego reopens in Chinatown. Or, more stuff you're probably wildly happy about. (See: The Dodgers, maybe. Trois Mec, maybe. Number 98.)

When: Sat. May 4, from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Where: 727 N. Broadway, #117, inside the Far East Plaza, Chinatown.

Whatever: Validated parking. Woo-hoo! (Seriously.)

See also:

- Chego Update: Closed on Overland + Moving to Chinatown in April

- Chego Update: Restaurant Closed + Chego Truck Hits the Street, or Parking Lot

- Where the Chefs Eat: Chego's Roy Choi

- Q & A With Roy Choi: Slinging Tacos at Midnight, Calling Out Jamie Oliver + Choi's Vegetable Moment


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