SF FoodLab sets the stage for lots of popping up. Photo from Facebook.
SF Foodlab and A Temporary Offering have paired up to bring a bunch of cool pop-ups to their space on the ground floor of the Renoir Hotel. There’s something every day and something for everyone, so don’t forget to periodically check it out if you’re looking for something new.
Seven days a week Caffe Moda will be serving breakfast 6am-10am. Menu items include egg dishes, waffles, and breakfast sandwiches. There will also be coffee, smoothies, and tea.
Weekdays Onigilly will be serving lunch from 10am-2pm. Items will include Japanese rice balls, tofu noodle salad, and miso tuna salad. Later in August, they plan to open a permanent location, so this should be a cool sneak peek.
Weekdays Jablow’s Meats will be serving lunch from 10am-2pm. There will be Argentine-style beef sandwiches, their excellent pastrami, and roast pork carnitas.
Every Friday in August, Bueno Eats will be serving dinner from 5pm-10pm. Each week, a different chef will take on Latin cuisine. On August 17th, Oscar Martin will be offering Peruvian Cuisine. Then, on August 24th, Alison Batten’s Puerto Rican menu will be the star. Last but not least, August 31st will feature Mexican cuisine from Mikey Agundez.
Every Saturday in August, Crepe-Madame will be serving brunch from 10am-2pm. There will be savory buckwheat crêpes, with various fillings like shiitake mushrooms, tomatoes, and Swiss cheese. There will also be sweet crêpes with fresh fruit and whipped cream.
Every Saturday night in August, Zenbelly will be serving dinner, with seatings at 5:30pm and 7:30pm. All the food is gluten-free and predominantly Paleo, so your inner caveman will love it! Tickets should be purchased in advance and cost $32 for three courses.
Then, on Sunday August 26th, the amazing ladies of Three Babes Bakeshop will be teaching a class about pie and dessert. It will be all about pie, including in-depth lattice lessons, and tickets are $75. 1106 Market St. at 7th St.