Guerrilla Street Food has teamed up with an industry veteran to help them expand their Filipino street food empire. Mike Emerson, co-founder of Pappyâ€™s Smokehouse, joined the GSF team as a consultant as they grow their brand. â€œI originally reached out to Mike just to ask some advice on what to look for when trying to expand,â€? said Guerrilla Street Food co-owner Brian Hardesty. â€œHeâ€™s been through all that and come out the other side successfully.â€?
Members-only Blood & Sand has a new executive chef. Chef Brian Coltrain quietly assumed leadership of the kitchen in late November, according to general manager Sean Coltrain, who is also Brianâ€™s brother. Brian Coltrain has spent time in many of the areaâ€™s top kitchen, including Element, Niche and Guerrilla Street Food. Most recently he helped open Grace Meat & Three, where he served as front-of-house manager. â€œWe needed a true leader to be here,â€? Sean Coltrain said.
Sen Thai Asian Bistro is heading to new digs downtown. The restaurant, which has been located in the Shell Building at 1221 Locust St. since 2002, will move to 1000 Washington Ave., the space that most recently housed Prime 1000. Manager Nuttamon Pongmanawut said this Saturday, Jan. 14, will be the last day of service at the Locust location. â€œWe have been thinking of moving for a long time,â€? she said. â€œWeâ€™ve been here for quite a while.
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