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Chinatown is keeping the secret about this neighborhood hot spot for modern Asian cuisine, but it won’t last for long. With its stained wood banquets and enormous street art style mural, you’ll love this high-octane Far East escape. Sip amped-up versions of Polynesian-style drinks while watching kung-fu films to a soundtrack of 90’s hip-hop. Try the Kamehameha (pronounced ka-meh-ha-meh-ha, as the bartender politely informed me), made with Thai chili-infused vodka, fire puncher vodka, lime, and coconut milk.

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Chinatown is keeping the secret about this neighborhood hot spot for modern Asian cuisine, but it won’t last for long. With its stained wood banquets and enormous street art style mural, you’ll love this high-octane Far East escape. Sip amped-up versions of Polynesian-style drinks while watching kung-fu films to a soundtrack of 90’s hip-hop. Try the Kamehameha (pronounced ka-meh-ha-meh-ha, as the bartender politely informed me), made with Thai chili-infused vodka, fire puncher vodka, lime, and coconut milk.