Ba Bar, Eric and Sophie Banh’s excellent Vietnamese restaurant, has temporarily closed its Central District location for a couple of weeks while it renovates the kitchen. Meanwhile, some of the Eater 38 member’s top dishes are being served during a lunch pop-up at nearby sibling restaurant Central Smoke. And the South Lake Union and U Village Ba Bar restaurants are open for business as usual.
The Central Smoke lunch pop-up is running Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. until Ba Bar reopens. The closure took effect July 21 and is projected to run through August 5. The pop-up menu includes $6 cocktails, chicken wings for 60 cents, $3 beers and mimosas, oxtail pho, vermicelli, and rotisserie options.
Posted by Ba Bar Capitol Hill on Monday, July 22, 2019
Ba Bar, one of the city’s best Vietnamese restaurants, is renowned for its comfort food and street fare bursting with Southeast Asian flavors, from congee to vermicelli to one of the city’s best bowls of pho.