Molly Mitchell Cooks Polish, A Poppies Preview
As we wait patiently for Molly Mitchell to return from her trip to Poland, we know she is tasting and experiencing Poland for the greater good. Her trip will bring back flavors and inspiration for all of us to enjoy at her new restaurant, Poppies. Poppies is a Polish inspired bakery and sister restaurant to Rose’s Fine Food. She plans to continue her ethos of well sourced ingredients and fair wages for her employees.
Join Molly as she previews Poppies in April. Polish beer, natural wine and cocktails will be in attendence.
Natural Rye Bread + Cultured Dill Butter + Lacto pickles
Smoked Trout* + Mizeria + Twarog
Kasza + Beet + Plum
Georgian Broth Pierogi + Mushroom + Celery root
Lemon cream + Poppy Seed Brittle + Rhubarb
Add on meat
Crispy Duck Legs + Roasted Apples
*Trout may be substituted with Chickpea to make this meal Vegetarian
Friday, April 6th at 6:00pm
Saturday, April 7th at 6:00pm
Sunday, April 8th at 6:00pm
$55 / person plus tax and credit card service fee.
+ $10/ person – add on meat (Crispy Duck Legs + Roasted Apples)
– 5 courses over 2 hours –
Cash Gratuity very much appreciated
Beverages available Night of the Event::
Polish Beer, Wine, Cocktails
Please inform us of any dietary restrictions upon ticket purchase. Sorry, we will not be able to accommodate special requests the night of the event. Please and thank you!
Tickets On Sale Now.
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