Tim Ma Is Opening Lucky Danger American-Chinese Takeout in DC

Lucky Danger expands to Arlington. Photography by Anna Meyer

Chef-about-town Tim Ma is bringing his smash hit American-Chinese takeout Lucky Danger back to DC this summer. The new location will be tucked inside Foggy Bottom’s new Western Market food hall, joining a sibling takeout spot in Arlington. 

Lucky Danger’s debut location in Mt. Vernon Triangle is now permanently Bar Chinois, a French cocktail and dim sum spot that Ma runs with bar talent Margaux Donati. 

The new food hall location will have a similar menu of popular American-Chinese dishes like crab rangoons, lo mein, kung pao chicken, and beef-and-broccoli. Diners can take food to-go, find seating in the food hall, or order delivery through Uber Eats. The lineup is designed with nearby GW students and office workers in mind. In addition to a la carte items, Lucky Danger will offer a package menu (serving 2 to 3) featuring six

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Dia Bom, serving Asian-Latin fusion, to open at Crossroads Collective

A veteran Milwaukee chef will open Dia Bom at Crossroads Collective food hall on Jan. 17, incorporating Latin American flavors into Japanese grilled skewers and Chinese steamed dumplings.

The food hall, at 2238 N. Farwell Ave., announced the new vendor Friday. Dia Bom will take over the stall vacated by Heaven’s Table BBQ, which opened its own storefront in late December at 5507 W. North Ave.

Dia Bom’s chef and owner, Ramses Alvarez, plans to open two more locations in the coming year, at the pending Flour and Feed Marketplace in Bay View and at Zócalo Food Park in Walker’s Point.

Dia Bom’s menu will include variations on Chinese bao and Japanese kushiyaki — items such as chorizo bao with yuzu avocado and bao filled with jerk chicken; skewered chicken mole, and togarashi-crusted zucchini on skewers; nopales kimchee as one of the side dishes; and, for dessert, churro bao with

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