It's hard to give up a great name even when it's no longer applicable -- Elvis held on to "The Pelvis" even when he was closer to "The Hip Replacement", and "Moochie" Norris quit constantly borrowing money after his 3rd NBA team. Expanding west but staying "east", East Side King.
The Bourdain-lauded Asian fried food dispensary behind Liberty Bar has just opened a second, same-named location west of 35 at the newly launched 96 Bar: a red open-kitchen trailer with forthcoming patio seating, eschewing the fry for an entirely new menu of grilled delicacies, a.k.a., Paul Wall relaxing with a riesling in a bubble bath. Accompanied by a scoop of Liberty Rice (jasmine rice w/ ginger & garlic oil) and a helping of achara (Philippine pickled cabbage), the plates start off with chicken action like the Momo (grilled thigh, green onion, Japanese BBQ/mayo sauce) and the Zuri -- shichimi-spiced, BBQ-sauced gizzard dressed with cocktail onions, staple of the Gibson Martini, as something had to make Mel cry like a baby in Ransom. Non-cluckers include the Butabara (twice-cooked pork belly, apple, kimchi, BBQ sauce, karashi mustard), the Gyutan (slow-roasted beef tongue, bell pepper, BBQ sauce, wasabi), and yellow onion/ jalapeno/ sweet chili sauced Fish Balls, which you hopefully don't find on A Fish Called Wanda.
To veg out, try eggplant w/ sweet miso & sesame seed, or corn topped with tamari soy, mayo, shichimi, green onion, and fish-skin "bonito flakes" -- as opposed to how Moochie flakes, by not paying you back, then moving to Japan.