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Aimed at introducing Detroit to the flavors of the Philippines, Sarap prides itself on sourcing locally and sustainable meats and veggies. It's a regular at POP supper club and Brooklyn Street Local. A vastly underrepresented cuisine in Detroit, Filipino dishes offer a bit of a melting pot, combining the flavors of other Asian countries, such as soy and coconut, with Spanish influences, like tomato-based stews.
Dubbed the “Ghost Tour,” these guys (and they are guys, with nice haircuts) have a meat-centric menu with a fancified twist on Midwestern comfort food. Check out their pop-up dates before they get settled in their brick-and-mortar.
Power trio Nate Bonkowski, Esteban Castro, and Christian Noel are serving up soul food along the lines of gumbo, four-spice fried chicken (drool), and roast squash soup (double drool) as The Cook’s Crossing, which is making its way around town, from Cass Cafe to Corktown Tavern.