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Thursday, December 1, 2011

Seoul Patch vs. Reform Club Pop-Up Battle Royale

Posted By on Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 9:00 AM

Korean dramedy? Might we suggest the delightful, "Playful Kiss"?
  • Korean dramedy? Might we suggest the delightful, "Playful Kiss"?

What: Seoul Patch vs. Reform Club

Where: Specchio

When: Sun., December 4. Seatings 6-10 p.m.

Cost: $40, $25 extra for beverage pairing

The rundown: Eric Ehler is back, and this time he's combining both of his pop-ups into one mega pop-up! The evening will include the formal class of Reform Club, along with their four-course format and strong cocktails, but with a modern Korean-American menu.

Of the event, Ehler says,

I started Seoul Patch in September, and since then, kind of fell into the role of running the kitchen for Reform Club as well. Reform Club has been doing really well, and we're looking for more ways to keep us unique and interesting. Naturally, we thought that a mash-up of the Korean-American food of Seoul Patch, and the coursed out, cocktail paired dinner of Reform Club, would marry and be a huge hit. And since this will be the last Reform Club until next year, we have to go out with a bang.

Some of the menu highlights include seared rock cod with braised kimchi beans, ham hock, and ginger, and salted caramel ice cream with black sesame rice cake and persimmon. To take the evening to the next level, they'll play K-Pop and a Korean Dramedy on the projector screen. Bang!

Make your reservations on their website. They ask that for any allergy or food restriction please email them in advance, and they'll do something up.

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