Affordable and eclectic items will be available for sale, while a conversation will stimulate
Apple brandy-spiked hot chocolate and cookie-inspired old-fashioneds at Committee
"When planning inventory for this pop-up, we were careful to ensure that readers can find themselves and their fantasies in the pages."
“Pizzagate was really the satanic panic of recent times,” says Adam Dodge, the official chef of the Satanic Temple in Salem. “And so my next event is a pizza pop-up.”
This Sunday, Inman Square turns into a factory outlet heaven for snagging post-Record Store Day sales.
Jeremy Kean and Philip Kruta, the duo behind Whisk Boston, the popular series of one-night to six-month pop-up supper clubs, tend to do things as they see fit. And so far, nobody has complained.
Kean says that the piece-by-piece build out of the space is moving forward, and as they continue to build out the restaurant these hosting the pop-ups in their new permanent home is a way to invite locals in to share the ride.
If Boston’s culture is defined by its people, Frank the Butcher has a knack for bringing the right crowd together.
Like all proper sequels, this one is cranking things up a notch.