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Korean Pop-Up Dinner Happening at Little Fish

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For two nights, Little Fish will be Little Korea | Photo by Mike Arrison

Little Fish is going to be quite the source of pop-ups in August. We told you about Rob Marzinsky’s pop-up lunches and dinners happening from August 13th through the 16th and now comes word of another pop-up dinner.

Little Fish sous chef Alexander Yoon is hosting a Little Korea Pop-Up Dinner on Monday, August 10th and Tuesday August 11th. The Philadelphia-area local has also worked locally at Serpico and Le Bec Fin 2.0. The Korean-themed tasting dinner will consist of five-courses for $55.




The event is BYOB but there will be some soju bombs served. Reservations can be made by phone (484-684-2805) or email, ayoon24@gmail.com.

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Chef Rob Marzinsky Pops Up at Little Fish

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Ready for a pop-up?

Last February, Chef Rob Marzinsky, formerly of Fitler Dining Room hosted a pop-up dinner before jetting off to Australia, Thailand and Vietnam. Well now he’s back and he’s taking what he learned abroad with chef Ben Shewry to host a second pop-up.

Marzinsky is teaming up with chef and former co-worker, Palmer Marinelli to host the lunch and dinner pop-up, DemoTapes2 at Little FishThe pop-up will run from Thursday, August 13th through Sunday, August 16th.




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Diving Horse’s Palmer Marinelli Is Planning a Pop-Up

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Palmer Marinelli has been spending his summer in the kitchen at the Diving Horse in Avalon. This September he’s going to be doing something a little more personal. On Monday, September 30th, the Pub & Kitchen vet is hosting a pop-up at Little Fish. Marinellis is calling the event Pink Rose after his grandmother. The menu will be inspired by restaurants in Puglia, Italy, the region his grandmother was from. The dinner begins with an antipasti which Marinelli describes as “an intense sprint of shared plates” followed by pasta, main course, cheese and dessert. Expect other extras like cocktails, digestives, coffee and even baked breakfast goods to take home for the next day.

The dinner is BYO and there will be two seatings at 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. The experience is $100 per person and includes gratuity.  Reservations can be made by emailing PinkRosePopUp@gmail.com.

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