USA Momofuku and Milk Bar head west to the Cosmopolitan By Sarah Feldberg / March 21, 2016 Share 1 -- Paging chefs David Chang and Christina Tosi: please report to Las Vegas. The founders of beloved New York-based brands Momofuku and Milk Bar, respectively, are finally heading west, and instead of landing in San Francisco or L.A., they’re doing the unthinkable and setting up shop in Las Vegas. Chef David Chang's Momofuku and sister bakery Milk Bar are headed to the Cosmopolitan. Photo Credit: Gabriele Stabile Known for his steaming bowls of ramen, inventive fine dining and outspoken personality, Chang will be opening the latest representation of his Momofuku empire at the Cosmopolitan, though whether it will take the form of his Noodle Bar ramen shop, Ko tasting menu temple or something different altogether has yet to be announced. Joining him is Tosi, the creator and chef of the affiliated Milk Bar bakery, famous for its compost cookies (with pretzels, potato chips, coffee, oats, butterscotch and chocolate chips) and gooey crack pie. The news, which was announced in late February, is bigger than the average restaurant opening. Not just because it further solidifies Las Vegas’ reputation as a top-notch dining town, but because it means one of today’s most innovative chefs and food-world characters has recognized the city as a culinary destination and decided that he wants to be there, too. We can’t wait to taste what Chang is cooking.