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Chad White Hosting Spokane Pop-Up; Chinese-Spanish Mash Up at Elsom Cellars

Plus pop-ups at Bell + Whete.

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Eater is bringing you some leads on upcoming pop-up dinners, including another chance to grab a seat at a dinner by Spokane chef Chad White.

Got Game CHEF DINNER

Top Chef contestant Chad White, who is planning a new Spokane restaurant, sold out his last pop-up before Eater had a chance to tell you about it. You'll have another opportunity to try his food on March 3, though, when he hosts a dinner with Adam Hegsted (chef and owner of Spokane's Gilded Unicorn, Wandering Table, and the Yards Bruncheon) called Got Game.

Tickets for the six-course dinner (which includes wine pairings) go on sale February 1 and will be priced at $95 plus tax and gratuity. The dinner, held at the Yards Bruncheon in Spokane, will focus heavily on game meat; all courses, even dessert, will incorporate game. Reserve a spot by calling (509) 443-4410.

Chinese-Spanish Mash Up at Elsom Cellars

Chris Yang, formerly of the Dyne pop-up company that ceased operations in the fall, will host a dinner with chef Joe Bayley on February 14. The "My Bloody Valentine" dinner at Elsom Cellars in SoDo will have two seatings and " features experimental Spanish food with Asian influence designed to pair with wine." Tickets and more information are available through Brown Paper Tickets.

POP-UP SERIES AT BEll + WHETE

Bell + Whete restaurant in Belltown is launching a second Chef Pop-Up Series starting February 1. Dinners will be held each Monday in February at 7 p.m. and will feature a different local chef cooking a multi-course meal with beverage pairings. Upcoming dinners include a Texas barbecue night (February 1), a modern Italian dinner (February 8), and a vegan French pop-up (February 15). More information and tickets are available on the Bell + Whete website.

Bell and Whete

200 Bell St, Seattle, WA 98121

Elsom Cellars

2960 4th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98134

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