What in the World? Pop up Food Festival Serves Cuisine from Around the Globe

Street Beet/ Courtesy of Carlos Parisi

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From sushi to tacos and everything in between, food pop-ups are all the rage right now in Metro Detroit.

And this weekend there’s a chance to try them all.

Co-founded by Nick George, known as Doctor Sushi, and Carlos Parisi of the Aunt Nee’s Chip Company, the Pop-Up Food Festival is happening this Saturday and Sunday at Planet Ant Theatre in Hamtramck.

Over 20 local vendors will be there serving food and drinks from all over the world. On Sunday, the vendors will serve their take on Mother’s Day brunch.

WDET’s Gus Navarro speaks with Parisi to find out more.

You’ll walk in and the first thing that’s going to hit you will be the smells, just like any good pop-up,” says Parisi. “We’ve got 22 pop-ups signed up. Everybody’s got at least one vegan option too so this way we can appeal to a larger crowd”

More info is available here

Click on the audio player above to learn more about the Pop-Up Food Festival happening this weekend in Hamtramck. 

Image credit: Courtesy of Carlos Parisi

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About the Author

Gus Navarro

Intern, Detroit Today

Gus got into journalism by covering the hip-hop scene in Lansing, Ann Arbor and Detroit. Raised on public radio,

navarr27@gmail.com  

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