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Vietnamese fusion moves to Main Street

Get some pork in your belly! Dip's Grill will be serving Vietnamese fusion like pork belly buns and burger sliders at its new location on Main Street and Garfield Avenue, relocating from Valley Boulevard and New Avenue.

The restaurant — known for its happy hour menu of $1 appetizers and $3 craft beers — will replace Medium Rare Plus steakhouse, which closed despite $113,000 in redevelopment funds from the city. 

Dip's Grill is located at 39 W. Main St., Alhambra, Calif., 91801. 

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  1. @ Alfred, despite $113,000? The money was never meant solely for Medium Rare. The upgrades to the facility are still there today for the benefit of future businesses, like this new one…

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