Looks like we’ll be popping up again this week! This time at North Bar, on SE Division @ 50th. For your enjoyment, we’ll be there from 6-11pm, an excellent time slot for all your social needs. Stop in, say hi & sip a refreshment & some curry udon or something. We can’t wait to see you!
Hot off the presses, here’s our menu for our upcoming popups at Portsmouth Pantry. We’ll be there from 5-10pm, reserve some seats down there, below the menu. Be sure to let us know your preferred time to arrive, we’ll do our best to accommodate you. See you soon!
RESERVE SOME SEATS!
Here’s to trying to help spring come along!
We’ve got two popups scheduled at Portsmouth Pantry (5003 N Lombard St). Saturdays March 25 & April 15 from 5-10pm.
As usual, you should try to reserve with us beforehand, but we will be accepting walk-ins as well (unless we fill up).
If you’d like to rsvp, tell us:
- Your name
- Number in your party
- Time you’d like to come
- A contact number, in case something comes up last minute
On Friday, March 31 we’ll be doing something different at North Bar (5008 SE Division St). 6-11pm
…it’ll be different for us because it’s our first time doing anything at a functioning bar (hence NO reservations) & it’s our 1st event, that’s not a farmers’ market, in the South Eazy. So excited!
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to send us an email.
As always thanks much for your support. See you at dinner!
So ya, we will no longer be popping up at Vtopia on Mondays. Sad to say, but doing them turned out to be a bad idea. It’s funny, we have this annoying tendency to do things until it is abundantly clear that we have NO business doing said things. As we knew awhile ago, we simply weren’t bringing in enough customers to justify being there every week for the last three months.
That said, we will be doing a couple of popups at our old haunt in N Portland, Portsmouth Pantry, the first, Saturday 3/25, the second on Sat 4/15. Sign up for our popup newsletter, on the right panel of this blog, to find out further details.
…in case you didn’t know, that is. See the menu here, although as we get into spring, more veggies will become available & it will evolve with the changing season.
We’ve come up with some really unique dishes with Chef Elona Trogub of the Witchn Kitchn. Many of the dishes included in this 6 course meal will be cooked in Tabor Bread’s massive wood-fired oven. The $75 charge gets you beverage pairings, potions & covers gratuity.
$65 Early Bird Special ends Feb. 1st.
Sorry, NO Walk-Ins. A limited number of seats are available, so reserve yours today at obonpdx.com/valentines
dumplings served tableside
WILD HARVEST TEMAKI
salad rolls of roasted burdock, dandelion and chicory roots, sprouts and wild greens
skewers of miso glazed mock fried chicken, kasu-style seasonal pickles, tofu misozuke aioli
kombu kudzu custard with seaweed bacon and tempura greens
roasted wild and cultivated mushroom steak, salt mountain potatoes and nettle sauce
assorted truffles, shortbreads, candied kabocha, some assembly required
offerings are paired with herbal sake decoct-tails or non-alcoholic maple kefir decoct-tails
This time on Monday, Dec 12 6-9:30pm at Vtopia Cheese Shop & Deli.
Reserve your seats here: http://obonpdx.com/popup-reservations.html
The tentative menu:
On Friday Nov 4th from 6-:9:30pm, join us in Macau Chinese Restaurant’s bar area for a somewhat wild & dramatic taste of Japanese & PNW fall flavors. Our ingredient selections were made keeping in mind the harmony of flavors that should be systemic to each bite. Almost everything that we’ll be using is currently in season around Portland. This makes it a uniquely autumn-oriented menu.
If you’d care to come, please fill out a reservation form & we’ll get back to you ASAP with a confirmation.
Also, please note! Because we will have limited staff & kitchen resources, we are limiting party sizes to 4 people or less.
Our Tofu Misozuke made it into the PDX PANTRY, an article that highlights 8 New Portland-Made, Plant-Based Protein Staples. Read it & drool! You can try our Tofu Misozuke by visiting People’s Co-op.
There’s not going to be a bit of kabocha in our Curried Kabocha Korokke tomorrow, the very last of last year’s crop is gone. Instead we’re using these black futsu: