Pop-Up Dinner Coming to Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center
It looks like the pop-up trend will be continuing in the Boston area, as a pop-up dinner is coming to Cambridge later this month.
According to Callanan and Klein Communications, A Reason to Taste will be held at the Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center in East Cambridge on Thursday, April 28 starting at 6:30 PM. The event will include a three-course dinner (including wine pairings) from Chef Robert Harris of Season to Taste Catering in North Cambridge as well as music by the Berklee Global Jazz Institute. Menu options include deviled eggs, chilled English pea soup, beef short rib, flourless chocolate cake, and more.
Tickets to A Reason to Taste cost $100 and can be purchased online at cmacusa.org or through the box office at the Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center.
The Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center is located at 41 2nd Street, which is about a block south of Cambridge Street.
Over the past several months, several pop-up restaurants have been organized by chef Will Gilson of Garden at the Cellar in Cambridge and Aaron Cohen of Eat Boston, including pop-ups at the Mizu Salon in the Back Bay, the Boston Center for Adult Education in downtown Boston, Taza Chocolate and Bloc 11 in Somerville, and Mohr & McPherson in the South End.