New Late Night Gung Ho Opens On Lowest Greenville Tonight

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Gung Ho opens to the public tonight Tuesday, February 20 on Lowest Greenville Avenue. 

The menu is inspired by American-Chinese food and ranges from traditional to creative dishes like pickled veggie eggrolls, Won Ton soup with braised bacon and shrimp dumplings, and Char Siu Pork with steamed buns. 

Exec Chef Kirstyn Brewer tells us, “I’ve always been passionate about this type of cuisine. Growing up eating this food was the only time my family and I had a shared experience of different dishes. It was great that everyone had chance try a little of everything on the Lazy Susan. The Gung Ho team wanted to create that sort of atmosphere with new dishes but keep the same feel. I’m incredibly excited to continue to build on the menu as the restaurant moves forward, I like to believe a dish is never final but can always evolve.”

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Beverage Director Matt Ragan (Victor Tangos, Westside Tavern) partnered with Bar Manager Zach Potts to create a beverage menu that is unique and unexpected. Ragan says “I wanted to create a drink menu as fun and approachable as the food. I love Asian flavors and drew a lot of my influence from ingredients in favorite dishes. We focused on enhancing a guest’s entire experience from cheeky glassware and shareable Scorpion Bowls to an uncommon collection of wines that really pair well with the menu.”

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On creating the concept, Elias Pope offered, “I was fortunate enough to meet both Kirstyn and Matt when I was building HG SPLY CO five and a half years ago. I knew then that we would eventually join forces to create this concept. What this team can do is special so I wanted to build them a space that complimented their vision and passion. With low ceilings in the bar, killer woodwork throughout and multiple rooms designed for group dining, I think the team nailed it.”

Gung Ho will be open for dinner and drinks until 2am 7 days a week and expects to add dim sum brunch in the coming weeks.

Check out the menus here:

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