Special Menu For the Nite : $35 buckaroos gets ya all this :
Pork Udon – Bacon Tsuyu, Pork Bone Dashi, Roast Pork Shoulder, 63 Egg, Scallions, Yellow Onion, House Chili Paste, Garlic Butter Mushrooms
Pork Shoulder Bao – Slow Roasted Pork Shoulder, Kimchee, Scallions, Gochujang Thai Chile Mayo
Drink – Mexican Coke or Sprite
Heads up people! “Dinner & A Mixtape” makes its way back to San Jose! The name of a worldwide series of events hosted by DJ Neil Armstrong, sharing his love of music & good food. Started in 2013, they have been held in New York, Hong Kong, Toronto, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose, and Manila Philippines among other places.
The idea is simple – this event provides an opportunity to enjoy music & food together in a very unique setting. Part eating experience, part listening session. The food nourishes the body, and music feeds the soul.
For this South Bay edition we have teamed up with restaurateur Joey Camacho and his establishment Konjoe Tei, to provide a unique menu just for this event! Expect to experience some new dishes and flavors that you wouldn’t normally find on their daily menu. Neil will be your impresario for the evening, playing a selection from his extensive catalog of mixtapes while enjoying the company of San Jose’s finest. He will also have limited editon products on hand for sale too.
This event precedes Motown On Mondays SJ’s 3rd Anniversary at The Continental Bar several doors down, where Neil Armstrong and DJ Spinna (Wonderfull, Soul Slam, NYC) will be celebrating love, life, and the joy of Soul with the rest of the Bay Area MOM Family. Tickets: https://
Catch some refreshments at The Fountainhead before dinner and afterwards dance the night away at The Continental. This will definitely be a Monday to remember! See you soon San Jose!
UNIVERSAL GRAMMAR – Universal Grammar (UG) is a boutique production house that presents quality artistry from emerging contemporary voices. An ambassador for modern cultural creativity, UG’s curated offerings reveal a devotion to authentic artistry that both challenges modern convention and respects its given craft.
KONJOE TEI – In Japanese, the word “konjou” means daring and adventurous and at Konjoe, we like to think our food is just that. Our food pushes the envelope in the food industry as we hope to bring Asian and Pacific Island inspired flavors in various forms while using high-quality local ingredients.
Joey Camacho has always had a passion for food and cooking. He’s worked at various restaurants in Guam, Hawaii and California. His culinary style is defined as New American with influences from Asia and the Pacific Islands. With backgrounds in both business and culinary arts, Joey united these two foundations to start Konjoe.