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Pacheco Bistro: Burmese in Martinez

Melanie Wong | Nov 30, 201403:50 PM     6

Chef William Lue opens another Burmese eatery, Pacheco Bistro, tomorrow, 12/1. He acquired the venue, the former Smokehouse 10, from his friend, Pitmaster Dave Tendick.
http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/911722

The plan is to start small and simple with 20 seats, serving lunch from Noon to 2pm. Dishes will be $7, and the offering will be similar to what's served at Oakland's Grocery Cafe. He wants to get a sense of the neighborhood before increasing seating, hours or the menu.
http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/996669

Chef Lue said the kitchen has plenty of capacity to be a commissary for catering gigs. Early next year, he plans to make use of it to revive his food truck to serve the nearby refinery.

Please report in when you have a chance to try it.

Pacheco Bistro
1333 B Pine St
Martinez, CA 94553

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