Asian Box Benefits Wounded Warrior Project

Asian Box Celebrate’s New Location Opening

100% of the Day’s Sales to Benefit Wounded Warrior Project

Asian Box, a fine-casual dining destination, is celebrating their newest Southern California location in Irvine with a grand opening event today, January 25, 2017. For the entire day, 100% of the store’s sales will benefit Wounded Warrior Project. Wounded Warrior Project is an organization that works to foster a successful and well-adjusted generation of wounded service members. Asian Box has a long-standing relationship with Wounded Warrior Project and is proud to partner with such a worthy cause. Supporting local while supporting a great cause, AND Food… We’re in!!

asian box opens in irvineAbout Asian Box

Asian Box features authentic Asian street food created with sustainable and local ingredients. They use traditional methods and recipes under the direction of Culinary Director Chad Newton and Executive Chef Grace Nguyen. With locations in Palo Alto, San Francisco’s Union Square, Mountain View, Irvine, and Downtown Los Angeles, Asian Box is open daily for lunch and dinner, and offers extensive catering services for private and corporate events.

No plans for lunch or dinner today? Try something new and support a great cause!

Asian box restuarant4503 Campus Drive, Irvine, CA 92612

Open 11am to 10pm

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Natalie Dickens

Co-Founder & Editor

Natalie Dickens grew up in beautiful San Diego California. The seed of fashion was planted by older sister and co-founder Rachael, but truly blossomed in Paris. After a semester in Paris Natalie too was fully in love with all fashion had to offer. Her personal style was influence by the beaches of San Diego but refined by the streets of Paris.