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Monday, December 17, 2012

Liholiho Yacht Club Popping Up at Naked Kitchen This Weekend

Posted By on Mon, Dec 17, 2012 at 3:10 PM

click to enlarge The crew popped up at State Bird Provisions earlier this year. - LIHOLIHO YACHT CLUB
  • Liholiho Yacht Club
  • The crew popped up at State Bird Provisions earlier this year.
Good news for fans of pop-up chef Ravi Kapur: He is bringing his super-popular Liholiho Yacht Club to the Mission's Naked Kitchen this Friday and Saturday night (December 21-22, 7 p.m.), offering the usual menu of Hawaiian favorites with a twist, along with a few seasonal treats thrown in. The format will be more supper-club style than his previous pop-ups, with several courses including brussels sprout salad with shaved pig's head, five-spice pork belly and octopus, miso beef tongue, and egg nog pudding and bacon-apple malasadas for dessert.

See also:

- Ravi Kapur's LihoLiho Yacht Club Pop Up Is Like a Hawaiian Childhood

- Liholiho Yacht Club Now With Island Cocktails

Tickets are $75 per person, or $100 for a seat at the chef's table which will offer a few more dishes. Gratuity isn't included, and the whole event is BYOB. Check out the full menus and buy your tickets on Kitchit -- but act quickly. They'll go fast.

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