But at Sinema, there's Levitski in the pass, monitoring the food and rounding his kitchen into form. Not necessarily, but in Levitski's case there is a certain comfort in knowing that the name attached to the marquee did more than just write the menu.
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With his Filipino background, Dale focuses on Asian flavors.
“I love the balance that Asian cuisine offers the salty, sweet, bitter and sour and the textures it provides for different experiences in every bite.” One of Dale’s kitchen favorites is a dry aged kobe rib eye.
And Dale Levitski just arrived from Chicago to open Sinema in the old Melrose Theater.
Jack broke the news to Out Zone TV, “It’s very baby steps. And geography is a bit of an issue, but we’ll see where it goes.
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