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A Mini Food Festival Is Bringing a Mighty Collection of Pop-Ups to South Seattle

Spring Foodie Fest will feature Southeast Asian crabs, mango-matcha brioche donuts, and more

A hand holds a pair of brioche doughnuts
Doughnuts from Donutology
Spring Foodie Fest
Harry Cheadle is the editor of Eater Seattle.

Seattle’s pop-up heads (you know who you are) will have a brief chance to sample some of the city’s best mobile restaurants, plus try out a new doughnut on the scene at Spring Foodie Fest on Saturday, April 22 at Rainier Beach’s scenic Stonehouse Cafe.

The event is called Spring Foodie Fest, and it’s a new event (this is only its second year of existence) showcasing some pop-ups that should definitely be on your collective radars. These include the lobster rolls from Sea Sandwich, the looks-so-good-they’re-almost-a-shame-to-eat crabs from Marimakan, and the community-oriented Grayseas Pies.

Another name to take notice of is Donutology, a new pop-up that focuses on filled brioche donuts with Southeast Asian flavors. The fillings featured at Donutology’s debut will include mango-matcha, chocolate-hazelnut, and strawberry-milk.

With all of that on offer it’s a bit of a bummer that the fest is only four hours long, running from 5 to 9 p.m., so you’ll probably only have a chance to eat one or two dinners and three or four desserts.

Spring Foodie Fest is happening on April 22 from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Stonehouse Cafe, 9701 Rainier Avenue South in Rainier Beach.

The Stone House Cafe

, Seattle, WA (206) 397-4102