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    🎆 July 4th we will open from noon-8pm ✨

Stop by for some food and drinks before you continue to your fireworks viewing spot. If fireworks and the holiday aren't really your thing, come by anyway!

A safe 4th to everyone 🎉

#4thofjuly
    We are hiring! Meet us at the @ramwdc Job Fair on Tuesday, 6/15, 10a – 2p, at the #WilsonPlaza. We are excited to be back serving our guests and are looking to fill various positions! This is a free outdoor event. Go to ramw.org to register!
#HireUp #DMVrestaurants #dcjobs
    🚨 Upcoming Virtual Event 🚨 Join us on Wednesday, June 9th beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET for a live (FREE) panel discussion via zoom - “Fast, Casual, Ethnic": Asian Food Beyond Misnomers and Myths - featuring our very own @chefkatsuya as a panelist! #CULINASIA #Smithsonian 

Evening Program on Zoom 👉🏻 FREE, Registration Required, Code: 1L0408

Link to Register in Bio

Today, critically acclaimed Asian restaurants, food brands, and other food spaces in the United States are carving new paths forward, transforming both fine and casual dining. These cultural destinations receive both accolades and criticism in equal parts, yet their existence was unimaginable even 10 years ago.

While past Asian American generations may have seen fast food as simply a means for entry-level job opportunities, children of Asian immigrants are flourishing in the fast-casual and food-brand spaces. Is this a trend, or a lasting opportunity for advancement for Asian communities here and abroad? What lessons have fast-casual and food-brand entrepreneurs learned pre- and during COVID? How can Asian American restaurateurs and entrepreneurs ensure their survival while also sustaining their family traditions and legacies?

A national panel of Asian American food professionals explores the pervasive, harmful, and persistent myth that so-called “ethnic” food is supposed to be cheap and fast. The panel includes Kim Pham, a first-generation Vietnamese-American and co-founder of proud, loud Asian pantry staple company Omsom; chef/partner Katsuya Fukushima, co-owner of Washington, D.C.’s #DaikayaGroup including Daikaya, Haikan, Bantam King, Hatoba, and Tonari; chef Dale Talde, a three-time contestant on Bravo’s “Top Chef,” chef/owner of Food Crush Hospitality and Goosefeather in Tarrytown, New York; Sana Javeri Kadri, a third-generation Mumbai native and Diaspora Co. founder and CEO working toward a more equitable and delicious spice trade; and Food & Wine restaurant editor Khushbu Shah, whose primary interests include the foodways of the South Asian Diaspora.
    ⚾️ It's finally opening day for @nationals and we opened our doors just for yall! Come enjoy the patio weather before the game (indoor is also open) from noon-6pm. 

See you soon ⚾️
    Hello DC! We will reopen for indoor dining (still at 25% as per DC mandates) and patio dining starting tomorrow from noon-9pm!

We've missed you and look forward to you being our guests again ❤
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    Location and hours

    300 Tingey Se #170, Washington DC, DC 20003
    Sunday
    12:00 PM - 08:30 PMTAKEOUT MENU SUN
    Monday - Tuesday
    Closed
    Wednesday - Thursday
    05:00 PM - 09:00 PMTAKEOUT MENU WED-THUR
    10:45 AM - 02:00 PMPOKE LUNCH MENU
    Friday
    05:00 PM - 09:30 PMTAKEOUT MENU FRI
    10:45 AM - 02:00 PMPOKE LUNCH MENU
    Saturday
    12:00 PM - 09:30 PMTAKEOUT MENU SAT

    Hatoba

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    Wondering what's recommended here? Of the 50 things on the menu at this evening go-to, the Spicy Red Miso is one of the most popular items and the Shio and the Shoyu are two of the items that are most commonly ordered together. • $ • Hawaiian • Alcohol
    • Picked for you
        • Yakisoba
          Nishiyama Noodles, Pork belly, Cabbage, Bean Sprouts, Onions, Shoyu Tare, Topped with AO-Nori & Pickled Ginger.
        • Kahlua Plate Lunch
          A Traditional Hawaiian Meal. Slow Braised Pork Shoulder, Braised Wedge of Cabbage, Two Scoops of Rice, and a Scoop of Dad's Mac Salad.
        • Reggie's Donburi
          Steamed rice, soy sauce, nori goma, topped with a fried egg
        • Saimin (Hawaiian Style Ramen)
          (Hawaiian Style Ramen) Pork, chicken, beef, and dried bonito soup base. Thin noodles. Garnished with naruto, egg, chashu, and scallion
        • Watermelon Poke
          Tossed in shoyu-sesame dressing, sweet onions, scallion, sea beans, black sesame, and Hawaiian lava salt
      • Big Plates
          • Loco Moco
            A Hawaiian Comfort Food Classic! White Rice Topped with a Beef Patty, Fried Egg, & Mushroom Gravy.
          • Kahlua Plate Lunch
            A Traditional Hawaiian Meal. Slow Braised Pork Shoulder, Braised Wedge of Cabbage, Two Scoops of Rice, and a Scoop of Dad's Mac Salad.
          • Saimin (Hawaiian Style Ramen)
            (Hawaiian Style Ramen) Pork, chicken, beef, and dried bonito soup base. Thin noodles. Garnished with naruto, egg, chashu, and scallion
          • Yakisoba
            Nishiyama Noodles, Pork belly, Cabbage, Bean Sprouts, Onions, Shoyu Tare, Topped with AO-Nori & Pickled Ginger.
        • Small Plates
            • Furikake Chex Mix
              Crispy snax tossed in butter, sugar, shoyu, & furikake. Then baked to a crisp!
            • Nori Burger
              Beef patty, onion, Kewpie mayo, spicy Japanese mustard, lettuce, tomato, and nori on a Martin’s roll with pickled pineapple.
            • Tako Poke
              Japanese steamed octopus, kimchi, sesame oil, sesame seeds, sesame leaf, wakame, and scallions
            • Watermelon Poke
              Tossed in shoyu-sesame dressing, sweet onions, scallion, sea beans, black sesame, and Hawaiian lava salt
            • Reggie's Donburi
              Steamed rice, soy sauce, nori goma, topped with a fried egg
            • Steamed Rice
          • NA Beverage
            • Coke
            • Diet Coke
            • Sprite
            • Ginger Ale
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