Michael Mina just opened a hot chicken restaurant in Glendale

Michael Mina has opened a Tokyo hot chicken to-go concept out of his Bourbon kitchen at the Americana in Glendale.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • November 6, 2020
Chef Michael Mina has officially entered the hot chicken game. The James Beard Award-winning chef behind 35 restaurants around the world has opened a takeout and delivery-only hot chicken restaurant in Glendale. Tokyo Hot Chicken is located inside...
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