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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Roger Feely's Last Supper

Posted By on Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 2:52 PM

click to enlarge See ya, Roger. - DJRAJAH/FLICKR
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  • See ya, Roger.

Indian Feast: Dhaba Walla Pop-Up

Where: "Somewhere different and unique" according to the event listing; exact location to be revealed via Twitter or e-mail

When: Sat., April 2, 6-11(ish) p.m.

Cost: $37 at the door, $33 in advance

The rundown: Roger Feely's packing up the Volvo and getting out of town. For weeks, fans of Soul Cocina and Feely's other food ventures have been waiting for word from the daddy of especially vivid street food about whether he'd join his family in Chicago or stay on in S.F. Today, they have their answer ― Feely's circulating word of Saturday's "Last Supper," a farewell pop-up at a yet-to-be disclosed location. "The menu will be Indian," Feely writes, "mostly vegan with a chicken curry option for you knuckleheads that simply can't do without your meat."

Menu highlights: crispy fried green garbanzos with Soul masala and tamarind popcorn ($4); bhel puri ($5); pessaratu with plantain flower curry and gunpowder podi ($14); ube gulab jamun ($6)

Tickets via Eventbrite, or RSVP on Facebook

Check out other upcoming events on SFoodie.

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