D.o.b. 111, Michael Bao Huynh's new Vietnamese-European restaurant in the East Village, felt on the verge of anarchy on a recent night. One long table was full of banker dudes doing a lot more drinking than eating, and discussing unoriginal ways to get laid ("Get a pitcher of margaritas . . . "). The sole waiter looked like a drowning man, wincing as he informed us that there were no more wine glasses, so . . . did we still want to drink the bottle we brought? We looked at the menu and despaired of ever getting anything to eat. But suddenly there was Huynh, dressed in chef's whites and wielding a pen, ready to take our order despite the fact that he's a partner in nine other eateries and probably... More >>>