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Lahore Karahi Ends To-Go Only, Namu Gaji Large Plates

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BOOZE WIRE - Lahore Karahi has put in for a beer and wine license, meaning owner Mohammad Sheikh is probably done with that pesky to-go only policy. [EaterWire]

NAMU GAJI - The 2.5-week-old Namu Gaji still has a few more things en route, according to Serious Eats. In addition to the take-out window, chef Dennis Lee is working on "large-format plates," dishing up his fried chicken, whole fish and whole ducks for tables to share. [Serious Eats]

WINE COUNTRY - Big changes at Oxbow's Kitchen Door as chef-owner Todd Humpries has finally caved to his customers' desires and decided to switch over to a table service format, 100%. This means "fancying up of the menu" and probably a Bauer re-review in the not-too-distant future. [ISSF]

AUSTIN - The first ever Austin Food & Wine Festival was this weekend, and chefs both local and national made appearance (and tacos). Eater Austin has Hangover Observations featuring Uchiko's Paul Qui, Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, Congress's David Bull, Andrew Zimmern of Bizarre Foods and more. [Eater Austin]

KELLERVERSE - Today, Bouchon Bakery officially announced it will be opening a second Las Vegas location at the Venetian overlooking the Strip. Meanwhile, Sir Keller was at 10 Downing Street in London today, with Ferran Adrià, René Redzepi, Daniel Boulud and other heavy hitters to meet Prime Minister David Cameron in conjunction with a new campaign to prove British food isn't just over-cooked steak and veg. [Eater Vegas, Eater National]

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Lahore Karahi

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