Since a critical mass of these bad boys have flooded the Eater Inbox in the past 48 hours, here's a little schedule of upcoming pop-up dinner entertainment around town. As always if there's something else cool and convert floating out there, drop us a line.
Friday, February 25th, Lauren Kiino of Il Cane Rosso will be cooking up three courses for $35 at Coffee Bar (1890 Bryant Street). Wine pairings for each course are just $15 more. Not bad.
Sunday, February 27th Blair Warsham of graffEats is collaborating with fellow Campton Place alum Jesse Durocher on a build-your-own-tasting menu dinner at The Corner (2199 Mission Street). It's $35 for four small plates or you can mix and match at will. The theme? "Playful foods" like plantain-wrapped fried chicken and banana creme brulee over Nilla® wafer crust.
Monday, February 28th, the next edition of Absinthe's Pickled bar pop-up will feature drinks by Carlos Yturria and Plymouth gin ambassador Eric Castro. Here's the menu, which now boasts slightly more substantial food offerings than the inaugural Pickled events, like Marin Sun Farms beef and shrimp roll sliders.
Saturday, March 12th & Sunday March 13, Jordan Grosser, Ted Fleury and co. of Stag Dining Group will offer a $105 6-course dinner, including an amuse, cocktail reception and biodynamic wine pairings. There will be a good deal of of meat-on-meat action (morcilla-stuffed squid, bacon-wrapped pork shoulder) and you can find more info over at SFoodie.