November is right here, chilly climate has arrived, and Thanksgiving is on the horizon. However the most effective vacation of all begins this Wednesday with the fifth annual Charleston Burger Week. Beginning Wed. Nov. 6 by means of Tues. Nov. 12, you’ll rating candy offers on scrumptious, juicy burgers round city, with a portion of proceeds going to nonprofit Feed the Want. Between burgers, here is the place to pop up and get down:
Pink Bellies can be at Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co. from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Cease by for lunch or dinner and revel in banh mi sandwiches, garlic noodles, Sriracha wings, dumplings, and extra (this is perhaps your final likelihood, they will cease doing pop-ups on Tues. Nov. 26 to concentrate on opening their everlasting location within the Spring of 2020).
Pink Bellies chef Thai Phi reflects on moving from pop-up to permanent home on King Street: “When you love something so much and you just stick to it, things are going to happen.”
Pink Bellies chef Thai Phi reflects on moving from pop-up to permanent home on King Street
“When you love something so much and you just stick to it, things are going to happen.”
Sadly, Pink Bellies’ Tuesday pop-ups at Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co. will end in just a few short weeks. But don’t worry, it’s for good reason. Last month, Thai Phi, founder of the popular pop-up, announced that he had signed a lease on a new permanent location.
By Michael Pham