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Spoons are most commonly used for giving food an airplane ride into your mouth, but they have another important function: mixing different flavors together. That's The Spoon's signature technique. Chefs take Italian staples such as pizza and pasta, then add ingredients from Asia and around the world. Their approach results in Cajun linguine, Thai crunch salad, and nearly a dozen loaded-up pizzas—many of which include toppings that rarely hang out together on a pizza. There's one topped with Korean bulgogi, one that impersonates a Mexican tostada, and the tour de force house signature: thousand island dressing, two kinds of cheese, hamburger, bacon, lettuce, and avocado, all on a sweet-potato crust.