Pop Up Cuisine
More and more local chefs are experimenting with new cuisine paired with their favorite dishes and as there are not enough locations for all the talent and number of chefs, pop-up dinners abound. Here are two up coming you won’t want to miss.
April 25. 33 Fulton Street
Former Marlowe chef de cuisine Dante Nicholas Cecchini created a pop-up project called Wander. California cuisine that is executed in classic ways. The innovative six course menu is being served this time around at Plaj restaurant in Hayes Valley. For tickets and more information: www.wandersanfrancisco.com
April 25. 842 Valencia St. 7 p.m.
Through the Kitchen Window, is an independent dim sum pop-up. Several of Nopalito’s chefs and staff are the creative force behind this tasty Tuesday treat. Pre-order a Roast Pig Head or Steamed Whole Snapper if you want something special and savory. Get tickets and info here.
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