Roy Choi

chef

Guest

Chef behind the Kogi food trucks, several restaurants, including 3 Worlds Café in South Los Angeles; author of the recent book, LA Son: My Life, My City, My Food

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Roy Choi discusses the pandemic impact on food service workers, the role of restaurants in gentrification, and why his business almost closed.

Roy Choi talks gentrification and ‘loving growth’ via food

Roy Choi discusses the pandemic impact on food service workers, the role of restaurants in gentrification, and why his business almost closed.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Roy Choi discusses the pandemic impact on food service workers, the role of restaurants in gentrification, and why his business almost closed.

Roy Choi talks gentrification and ‘loving growth’ via food

Roy Choi discusses the pandemic impact on food service workers, the role of restaurants in gentrification, and why his business almost closed.

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