Pok Pok Wing (Closed)

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Thai

After opening eyes across the country with his passion for super-authentic Thai flavors, 2011 James Beard "Best Chef Northwest" Andy Ricker noticed that a) people look really weird with huge, wide-open eyes, and b) the Asian street wings at his original PDX spot were disruptively popular, leading him create Pok Pok Wing: a counter-service shack dedicated to 'em, and decorated with old records of Thailand's favorite music, so probably tons of "One Night In Bangkok".

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Pok Pok Wing (Closed)

After opening eyes across the country with his passion for super-authentic Thai flavors, 2011 James Beard "Best Chef Northwest" Andy Ricker noticed that a) people look really weird with huge, wide-open eyes, and b) the Asian street wings at his original PDX spot were disruptively popular, leading him create Pok Pok Wing: a counter-service shack dedicated to 'em, and decorated with old records of Thailand's favorite music, so probably tons of "One Night In Bangkok".