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Four Pop-Ups to Check Out This MonthBy Tamara Palmer
March 4, 2014 By Tamara Palmer | March 4, 2014
If you're looking for a playful alternative to a regular meal out at a restaurant, consider these options coming up in March:
Date: March 9-10 at 6:30 PM
Location: Secret San Francisco location revealed to ticket-holders right before the event
The Deal: Chef Russell Jackson returns to SF to host a sequel to his inaugural punk-paired dinner, with a multi-course menu full of food and drink surprises that aren't announced in advance, though he's known to have a fondness for items like Iberico bacon, bourbon and (shhh) foie gras. Read more and sample a playlist of music here.
The Damage: $89, or $155 for both dinners
Date: March 15, noon and 7:30 PM
Location: Private home in the Inner Sunset (location disclosed after RSVP)
The Deal: Eat With Tracy, a private supper club from a Malaysian native, will offer dishes inspired by a recent visit home. Menu highlights include curry puffs, chicken satay, dry beef curry with roti and pandan custard cake.
The Damage: $40
Date: March 16 at 11:30 AM
Location: Naked Kitchen
The Deal: Chef Anthony Yang frequently hosts à la carte brunch service at Dear Mom but this will be a prix fixe meal featuring five dishes, including Chinese-style rice porridge, togarashi-spiced pork belly with homemade pickles and slow poached egg and Yang's biggest breakfast calling card, black truffle waffles with maple syrup.
The Damage: $40
Date: March 22 at 11:30 AM
Location: Dear Mom
The Deal: Former Absinthe pastry chef and current culinary instructor Louis Villavelazquez is currently seeking a new home where he can create his dreamy and imaginative desserts. He's showcasing his latest ideas via three upcoming pop-up brunches, which may or may not include some of his favorites like an olive cake with rhubarb and Chartreuse, black-and-white panna cotta with black pepper and maple bacon beignets. If you can't make this date, do note that Les Elements will return to Dear Mom on April 5 and 12.
The Damage: Prices are à la carte