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Pagu Eyes Late Fall Opening With Squid Ink Oyster Bao, Pintxos, and Txakoli

Opening late this fall in Cambridge's Central Square, Pagu is the first solo project from O Ya alum Tracy Chang, who previously co-founded the popular 2012 ramen pop-up series Guchi's Midnight Ramen, studied pâtisserie at Le Cordon Bleu Paris, worked at Martín Berasategui's eponymous three-Michelin-starred restaurant in San Sebastián, and worked with visiting Spanish and American chefs as part of the Science + Cooking course at Harvard.
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