Ani Meinhold of Phuc Yea on pop-ups, hospitality, growing up Puerto Rican, working with influencers
 

Aniece "Ani" Meinhold grew up in a family that always had hospitality on the brain. Bred to be the consummate hostess, she's the brains behind the customer experience side of Miami's Phuc Yea and Pho Mo.
In her Pan Con Podcast debut, she talks about growing up Puerto Rican, her German and Vietnamese heritage, and bringing a new take on Asian cuisine to Miami.
She also shares her perspective on social media and working with food influencers, which doesn't quite line up with Mike's.

Follow Ani on Instagram: @ani_emmmmm
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@phucyea
Follow Pho Mo on Instagram:
@eatphomo

 

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Nicolás Antonio Jiménez is the founder of DADE. When he's not working on this site, he's the senior editor of Cigar Snob Magazine, an internationally distributed lifestyle magazine.
Nick is also a Miami native, Cuban-American, and graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism.