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Queer Pop-Up Series Comes To Brooklyn

Crown Heights Brooklyn_Photo by Avi Werde on Unsplash

Photo by Avi Werde on Unsplash

15 February-30 April, 2021

Queer Pop-Up Series Comes To Brooklyn

Eric See, a queer chef and the owner of Ursula in Crown Heights is launching a new pop up series with six New York chefs taking over the premises in the coming weeks. Find out who and when.

Eric See, a queer chef and the owner of Ursula in Crown Heights is launching a takeout series at his New Mexican cafe this month, where six different NYC-based chefs will be taking over his restaurant in a series of pop-ups.

Speaking about the new series See said: “I have a lot of queer friends who have food businesses or restaurants that have had to pivot entirely or they lost their businesses... the motivation for this [series] is to buoy the community and bring some of that ideology back into this space.”

Diners can expect everything from tamales and pelmeni, to carrot flan and lumpia in the coming weeks.

Here's the line-up of pop-up dinners:

February 15th & 16th: Woldy Kusina

 Woldy Kusina, will be cooking a menu of Filipino dishes like bibingka waffles, a crispy mushroom sandwich, lumpia, pancit noodles, and a Filipino breakfast pastry.


March 2nd: Trina & Jessica Quinn

Trina and Jessica Quinn will be cooking food from their Eastern European pop-up, Dacha. 


March 13th & 14th: Tony Ortiz

Tony Ortiz will be showcasing recipes based on techniques used in the Zacatecas region of Mexico, where his family is from.


TBD: Zacarías González

 Zacarías González will be offering a pastry-forward menu focusing on gluten-free baking with roots in Mexican and Central American flavours. 


TBD: Hender Gonzales

Hender Gonzales, a chef at Ursula, will be focusing on food inspired by his Peruvian heritage. 

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Queer Pop-Up Series Comes To Brooklyn

15 February-30 April, 2021
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