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Michael Bao's DOB III to Serve Vietnamese Brunch All Day

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EV Grieve notices that new signage has gone up on Michael Bao Huynh's latest, but by no means last, endeavor, the former Australian space on St. Marks Place. But what, one wonders, does dob 111 stand for? Department of Buildings? Department of Bao? Dock of the Bao? Domination of Bao? Eater asked the serial restaurateur for some insight, and he reports it stands for Date of Birth. Those little ones between the letters represent his d.o.b., November 1 (see also: Bao 111). When the restaurant opens it will serve French Vietnamese fare with breakfast and brunch offered all day. There will be a dinner menu, a late night menu, and a $29 prix fixe. His friend and onetime business partner Pichet Ong is in charge of dessert.
· Michael Huynh's Alphabet Guessing Game on St. Mark's Place [EVG]
· Michael Huynh's Baorrito to Take over Australian [~ENY~]

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115 St. Mark's Place, New York, NY

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