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Chino's Drink Menu Takes Latin-Asian Fusion Seriously

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Long-awaited Chino Chinatown is ramping up to debut December 30 at the booming Trinity Groves, and the first venture from chef Uno Immanivong and partner Adrian Verdin certainly isn't taking the whole Latin-Asian fusion thing lightly.

Besides cocktails designed by general manager and bartender extraordinaire Ian Reilly that incorporate everything from mezcal to Japanese whisky, there's also sake, Mexican and Asian beers, and for the designated drivers, the beloved Vietnamese iced coffee (ca phe sua da) and the sweet Japanese soda known as ramune, plus Mexican sodas and Topo Chico mineral water.

Reilly says four of the thirteen cocktails will be available on tap, explaining, "Not everybody's got 10 minutes to wait for a drink, especially when you're out walking Trinity Groves. I don't want them to either."

Chino Chinatown Drink Menu by Eater Dallas

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Chino Chinatown

3011 Gulden Lane, Suite 110, Dallas, TX 75212 972-313-5321 Visit Website

Chino Chinatown

3011 Gulden Lane, Suite 110, Dallas, Texas 75212

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