Asia Society Texas Center Young Professionals to Host Leo Bar Featuring “MasterChef” Season 3 Winner Christine Ha


Leo Bar with The Blind Cook: “MasterChef” Christine Ha

Asia Society Texas Center Young Professionals, in collaboration with Houston Green Chamber of CommerceOKRA (An Organized Kollaboration on Restaurant Affairs) andZulu Creative, will host a delectable February Leo Bar on Thursday, February 6, 2014, from 6:00-8:00 PM. The cultural evening of cuisine, cocktails and creativity will feature special guest Christine Ha, interviewed in a live Q&A by KHOU News anchor Lily Jang. Vietnamese-American Chef Ha grew up in Houston and took the culinary world by storm as the breakout star and winner of Fox TV’s “MasterChef” season 3. The home chef turned soon-to-be restaurateur will also collaborate with resident Leo Bar chef Rishi Singh of Boheme Cafe and Wine Bar on a tasting menu inspired by the Lunar New Year. The tasting menu is complimentary for ASTC members and a cash bar will be available.

Chef Ha will be available to take photos with fans, sign autographs and sign her cookbook, “Recipes from My Home Kitchen,” available for purchase at the event from Brazos Bookstore.

Music by DJ Baohaus (Soular Grooves).


Asia Society Texas Center

1370 Southmore Boulevard

Houston, Texas 77004


Thursday, February 6, 2014

6-8 PM


Asia Society Members: Free with RSVP

Non-Members: $35 in advance (before noon on February 6) or $50 at the door

Price includes a one-year individual membership in Asia Society and access to all future Leo Bar events. To purchase in advance or for more information, visit or call 713-496-9901.


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Located at 1370 Southmore Boulevard in the heart of Houston’s Museum District, the Texas Center is open Tuesday through Saturday, 11 AM to 6 PM. Asia Society Texas Center is closed Mondays, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Days. For more information, call 713.496.9901 or visit


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