Chinatown hotspot Shojo, which just celebrated its second anniversary, has big changes in store. Mark O'Leary, an alum of O Ya and jm Curley as well as co-founder of Guchi's Midnight Ramen and The Future of Junk Food, has signed on as executive chef, reports Boston Magazine. He plans to change up the menu completely in the coming weeks, a process that has already begun with the introduction of dishes like taro tots with Heinz "lap chuerng," according to the magazine. There will be ever-changing small plates and extended hours, and the restaurant will soon be open seven days a week. Keep an eye out for crazy late-night options, like the Son of Shojonator burger (two beef patties with kimchi velveeta and bacon on black sesame seed bao).
· Mark O'Leary takes over at Shojo [BM]
· All coverage of Shojo on Eater [~EBOS~]