Feb. 3, 2016 | The life, death, and small beginnings of rebirth: Detroit’s forgotten Chinatown | Detroit Metro Times

We were seated at a long, communal table at Harry’s Detroit bar just off Cass. To our right was a group of suburbanite wannabe foodies who struggled to remember if they had ever tried pho. To our left, a couple on date night, who were looking for a laid-back spot for dinner and drinks, but were instead urged to join the large dinner party, marking their first pop-up dining experience.

After the first round of drinks were served, the night’s star, chef Brion Wong, stopped by to say hello. Over the next three hours, we were treated to several courses of Asian-inspired cuisine, a preview of what was to come at one of the more hotly anticipated restaurants in Detroit, the Peterboro. | Read more here.

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