Take-Out Tip: Go Go Gyoza Is Serving Dumplings for a Good Cause

Local chefs are creating creative gyoza and donating the proceeds to charities of their choosing
Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • August 20, 2020
If you’re in need of a dumpling fix and/or a meal that doesn’t involve turning on your oven, go get some Go Go Gyoza. Hinoki & the Bird chef Brandon Kida is making some exceptional dumpling that can be enjoyed via pickup or delivery. The dumplings...
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