Cult seafood hot dog, created on â€śTop Chef Masters,â€ť could become more widely available
Las Vegas chef Rick Moonen is working on a deal to bring a second location of his rm seafood concept to Hawaii, along with a kiosk that will feature his Moon N’ Doggies, a seafood hot dog with a cult following. Paul Fisichella, managing partner of Moon Fish Inc., the restaurant’s Las Vegas-based operating company, is working on the development of an rm seafood location at the Royal Hawaiian Center in the heart of Waikiki. Unlike the first unit in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay ...
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