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2 Upcoming Pop-ups: Harvest Moon Ramen Debuts and Northwest Provisions Returns

What says fall like ramen?

Jason Harris
Jason Harris
Hilary McMullen

Harvest Moon Ramen: Thursday, October 1

Bloom's Jason Harris is blessedly back to making ramen, but for one night only at Pike Place Atrium Kitchen. This three-course Harvest Moon pop-up celebrates the onset of autumn with a "tsukimi" or moon watching party, traditional in Japan. $22 gets you a selection of appetizers (including "lazy" deviled egg, lacinato kale goma-ae, and more); ramen; and sake jelly for dessert. There's no beverage pairing, but Pike Place Atrium Kitchen is BYOB and Harris recommends Junmai Sake. Between 7 and 9 p.m., seatings run every 30 minutes. Learn more and grab tickets on Dyne.


Northwest Provisions II: Sunday, October 4

It's been less than two weeks since Canlis' Ty Blana hosted his first Northwest Provisions pop-up, and he's already ready for a sequel. This time, the chef is collaborating with Urban Family Brewing and designed his three-course menu around a series of its brews. $35 gets you chicken liver mousse; pork belly; and a terrine of toasted rice panna cotta and parsley glee. Naturally, a beer pairing is also available for purchase. The menu will be available from 4 to 6 p.m. at Urban Family Brewing, but there are just 30 spots, so act fast. Get details and seats on Dyne.

Urban Family Brewing

4441 26th Ave W, Seattle, WA 98199

Pike Place Market Atrium Kitchen

93 Pike St, Seattle, WA 98101

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