Starting Wednesday, Oct. 11, Equus & Jack’s Lounge chef-owner Dean Corbett will launch a monthly pop-up dinner series featuring guest chefs from around the region. The first such guest chef will be a Lousivillian, Mirin’s Griffin Paulin. Continue reading Equus guest chef pop-up dinner series starts next week
Ten Tables, the pop-up dining concept that seated diners by a lottery system, is planning to return in September. Continue reading Ten Tables lottery dining returning in September
Griffin Paulin has transferred the love he has for Asian street foods, and his experience in preparing them at the now-defunct Rumplings, into Mirin, at 2011 Frankfort Avenue in Clifton. His new fast-casual restaurant serves ramen, bahn mi, and Asian salads and soups. Continue reading Fast-casual Asian street food at Mirin on Frankfort Ave.
Urban street foods from around the world can have a special attraction for chefs. Such foods make use of indigenous ingredients that supply distinctive flavors, but must be made quickly and simply, with a minimum of ingredients. The challenge of such streets foods is the inspiration for two upcoming restaurants from two veteran chefs. Continue reading Street foods inspire two veteran chefs