Capitalizing on your family's reputation can bring great success, as evidenced by Drew Barrymore ascending to stardom even before her father John or Dweezil and Moon Unit Zappa almost impossibly sounding even more weird than Frank Zappa. For another family legacy continued, eat at Genkotsu
Genkotsu's a midsized ramen house w/ bottom-lit bar, plush, couch-like seating and a restaurant-wide exposed brick wall, all from a guy whose family owns the longest-standing Japanese restaurant in the US, and whose mother was America's first female sushi chef, thanks to the little known equal-chef-rights law, Title Dine. Their specialty's Tonkotsu (pork-bone ramen), with piggy options flavored by either soy sauce, salt, or miso, all of which are jammed w/ roasted kurobuta pork, bean sprouts, green onion, boiled egg, seaweed & bamboo, and available w/ your choice of noodles: thick & straight, thick & curly, thin & straight, or thin & curly, also the name of the Three Stooges unsuccessful spin off, starring Curly and a range of seductively bored models. If you're not feeling the pig, they've also got chicken and seafood ramen, as well as rice w/ spicy cod roe, oysters on the half-shell, and a slew of gyoza, including one stuffed w/ a single shrimp (so think of it as an edible Middle School Locker).
They've also got a full bar, as well as 5 beers on draft (including Asahi), and on weekends they're planning on having live music and being open past last-call, giving you the chance to capitalize on your family's reputation of never knowing when to go home. After all, you're a Barrymore.