SALEM – When a restaurant serves Miller High Life in champagne glasses, cooks their food out of a shipping container, and projects old Kung Fu movies on the walls, you can be sure they don’t take themselves too seriously. It’s all fun and a whole lot of flavor at Kokeshi. Located in Salem, Massachusetts, Kokeshi is a big, festive space serving a menu that spans Asia, according to owner Larry Lebowitz. “It pulls from a lot of different regions of Asian culture. We’re not Mandarin or Szechuan. And we’re not sushi. We’re not Korean food. It’s a little bit of everything. We don’t take ourselves too seriously and we just want to put out really good food in a fun environment.” Connect With Phantom: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram The vibe at the restaurant is special. “We incorporated some local artists to help with the design of the restaurant,” Larry explained. “It has extremely tall ceilings. We further accentuated that with the street lamps that you’ll see and some of the graffiti and street art that dons the walls. We’re hoping to create an atmosphere where you can relax, have fun in an unpretentious environment.” So Phantom bellied up to… Read full this story
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