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Back then, Kasama was a pipe dream. The two started dating in and got married in when a road trip took them through Las Vegas.
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A two-Michelin star restaurant, Oriole is one of the hardest reservations in town. Its hospitality is well known thanks to tiny touches like sending guests off with complimentary mini-pies baked by Kwon. The former Men of Lafayette LA free space has about 45 seats on the patio with 60 seats inside.
Flores wants a true neighborhood restaurant where locals can afford to eat meals a few times a week.
They want to keep things loose and informal. There will be a small cocktail list, and a bar. Flores wants customers to embrace wine with Filipino food.
Kwon specializes in laminated pastries. Her father was born in Japan, her mother in South Korea.
Weekends will offer an opportunity to serve more of a traditional Filipino breakfast that will masquerade as brunch. The couple has traveled across the country, and globally. In particular, Republiquea cafe that opened in in LA, wowed them.
Kwon senses the winds are changing in Chicago. With several stints as a pastry chef working at restaurants, Kwon felt there was only so much more that she could prove. The bread is perfect for sopping up the stew, Flores said.
Flores pondered firing up the grill for street meat skewers. There are possibilities. When his mother first arrived to Chicago, she lived at Augusta and Oakley.
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Tim Flores and Genie Kwon are opening their first restaurant. Stay tuned for updates. Kasama, N. Winchester Avenue, planned for a late spring opening.
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