Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Next Starr pop-up restaurant: Kanella

Guest chef is Konstantinos Pitsillides.

Next Starr pop-up restaurant: Kanella

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Sosa, Pitsillides
Sosa, Pitsillides

Through the magic of Facebook, Starr Restaurants has sprung details of its next "pop-up" restaurant at Washington Square (210 W. Washington Square).

It's here. Menu of Middle Eastern-inspired small and large plates is here.

Guest chef, as you know, is Konstantinos Pitsillides of the Greek Cypriot BYOB Kanella at 10th and Spruce.

He'll set up shop July 27-29 in a format similar to that followed recently by Aimee Olexy and her boyz from Talula's Table.

Reservation line is open: 215-592-7787. Act now; supplies are limited.

An August pop-up will involve Angelo Sosa, the Top Chef cheftestant and consultant at Buddakan New York.

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