Xiao Bao Biscuit Celebrates First Birthday With Beef and Chicken

xbbpicEvery time I write about a restaurant marking its founding date, I agonize over whether to refer to the event as a birthday or anniversary. But with the kind of party Xiao Bao Biscuit’s planning for its very first special day, I feel comfortable calling it a birthday.

The restaurant’s invited Bev Eggelston of Eco Friendly Foods to smoke a steamship round (that’s your top round, bottom round and eye round) of beef on Saturday, Nov. 16. “Rumors of Korean fried chicken should also be taken seriously,” co-owner Joey Ryan adds. “Beer and cocktails will most assuredly be on hand as well.”

The party starts at 1 p.m., and runs until closing or the food sells out.