Brothers & Co.
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Brothers & Co. is the pop-up that’s been around the longest on this list, but it’s also one of the best. This farm-to-table operation has been serving their outstanding ramen with chewy homemade rye noodles at farmers’ markets for years, and the tare-spiked broth is still flowing. The same ramen is available as a cook-at-home kit for pickup or delivery, as well as plenty of other dishes like St. Jude albacore poke, tacos with fillings like tempeh with sunflower seed queso or braised pork shoulder, and mushroom pot pie.
You may have seen this ramen-and-tacos pop-up at the Ballard Farmers Market on Sundays, or maybe you ordered one of their excellent meal kits during quarantine this past spring. They also have been popping up at Fair Isle Brewing every Friday from 4-8pm, as well as Populuxe Brewing on some Sundays from 2-7pm. The menu skips their usual ramen and tacos and instead features a fried chicken sandwich, a bulgogi-seasoned mushroom melt, poke bowls, french fries, and salads. Check out their Instagram for more information.
This excellent pop-up is not selling turkeys, but is acting as a one-stop-shop for all of your side dish needs. Their holiday store offers blackened brussels sprouts and bacon, roasted and stuffed delicata squash, stuffing, mushroom sage gravy, confit garlic mashed potatoes, spiced cranberry sauce, and more. You can also add a donation to local food programs in your online cart.
Pop up operation Brothers & Co. is now offering delivery and offering pickup from their SoDo and Fremont kitchens. They’re selling kimchi and braised beef stews, organic eggs and chile oil for your pantry, and kits to assemble ramen bowls, taco plates, and katsu dinners. Check out their website to place your order.
Popup Brothers & Co. is now offering delivery and pickup from their SoDo and Fremont kitchen areas. They’re offering tea-brined roasted chicken dinners, kimchi and braised beef stew, organic eggs, and chile oil for your pantry, and kits to assemble ramen bowls and taco plates - the two things they usually sell at farmer’s markets. Check out their website to place your order.