Hadley’s Martini Bar located on West Morgan Street in downtown Raleigh has made plans to start hosting Food Truck Pop-Up restaurants featuring your favorite local food truck chefs. Each weekend a local food truck chef will take over the kitchen and create their own special menu. The first Pop-Up launches this Thursday, June 9th through Saturday 11th. Chef Susan Tower of the Deli-icious food truck will helm the kitchen and offer a unique tapas menu featuring seven different items to choose from. The menu will range from Korean style fried chicken dumplings to vegetarian options like watermelon & feta salad and veggie sticky buns. You can view the full menu below.
June 9th through June 11th
These Pop-Up restaurants are a great way to enjoy food from your favorite local food truck chefs in a fun new environment. They also give the chefs an opportunity to experiment and build upon their already popular menu offerings. Hope to see you there!
About Chef Suzie of Deli-icious
Owner & Operator, Chef Suzie, culinary background started in Albany, NY at a deli & delicatessen, “Scratch Bakery”, creating artisan panini(s) and healthy entrees for local families on the go. To obtain more experience and skills, she began working for a catering company whose specialty became creating unique menus for themed events and weddings. Before moving to NC Suzie was offered a position at a well known upstate Korean & Portuguese fusion restaurant now called, “Mingle”. These culinary experiences are reflected in the menu, offering a wide range of global entree items to her new home in Raleigh, NC.
Hadley’s Martini Bar
317 W. Morgan Street
Raleigh, NC (Map)
This week we have some live music in Raleigh on Friday night and a massive food truck rodeo in Durham on Sunday. Saturday rounds things out with suggestions for a cooking class in Cary and a visit to the Life & Science Museum in Durham. No matter how you choose to spend it, I hope you have a great weekend!
Friday November 15th
Live Music & Dinner at Sola Coffee & Cafe’– North Raleigh
Sola Coffee regularly hosts live music each Friday & Saturday around 7:30pm. This Friday they play host to a great local band performing live folk & bluegrass music . While you’re there check out Sola’s new dinner menu featuring pizzas, cheese plates, bruschetta, and their latest wine & beer selections. Of course make sure you leave room for some great coffee!
Saturday November 16th
Whisk Carolina – Thanksgiving Light Sides Cooking Class- Cary
With all the traditional flavors you love, you would never know these recipes are low in fat and calories. Price $39. Class starts at 1oam. Visit their website for more details
Museum of Life & Science – Springs, Sprockets & Pulleys – Durham
The new Springs, Sprockets & Pulleys exhibit opens up this weekend at the Museum this Saturday. Press a button or crank a wheel, and with a whirring hum, the sculptures of New York-based artist and tag sale purveyor Steve Gerberich come to life! Constructed from recycled and found materials such as old machine parts, kitchen utensils, lighting fixtures, toys and carnival figurines, this highly entertaining exhibit offers museum-goers a unique way to interact with contemporary sculpture and explore the principles of simple mechanical motion.
Sunday November 17th
Pop-Up Sunday at Ornamentea – Downtown Raleigh
POP-UP Sunday is this Sunday from 12-5pm in the Ornamentea Parking Lot. The event provides local businesses, artists and the community a chance to mingle. This Sunday’s market will feature several artist vendors, local Beer, Food Trucks. Always a fun time and a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon!
Durham Food Truck Rodeo – Durham Central Park
This is the last large scale food truck rodeo scheduled for 2013. They will have over 60 trucks in attendance. These events are always a lot of fun and make for good people watching while trying food from local trucks. As always try to get there early to avoid the lines.
Durham Food Truck Rodeo Website