All Day Baby's new Vietnamese-inspired dinner menu
Lien Ta & Jonathan Whitener left Animal restaurant in 2014 & 2015, respectively, to open Tet-a-Tet.
The pair envisioned a low-key jewel box serving dishes inspired by the chef's Little Saigon upbringing & Ta's Vietnamese heritage.
Tet-a-Tet took a backseat to Here's Looking At You when they secured a larger space in Koreatown.
The duo's Silver Lake diner All Day Baby will host an updated Tet-a-Tet on September 1.
Ta and Whitener hope the fresh menu, their most personal effort yet, will resonate with Angelenos & bring in evening diners.
All Day Baby has attracted a large daytime crowd with its jam-slathered biscuit sandwiches, smoked longganisa breakfast burritos, & cookies, pies, & cakes.
Dinner service, first implemented days before pandemic lockdowns in March 2020 & relaunched last summer when Los Angeles' COVID infection rates dropped and vaccinations increased, never caught on.
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