Welcome to our photo series Eater Scenes, where Eater photographer Katie Cannon visits some of the city's great restaurants to capture them at a certain, and very specific, point in the day. Today, Haute Dish's week-long pop-up HauteQue Soul Hut.
[Photos: Katie Cannon/EAMPLS]
For this week only, North Loop restaurant Haute Dish is running a full-on pop-up restaurant takeover, HauteQue Soulhut, serving up bbq and sides with chef Landon Schoenefeld's signature twists. That means in addition to more traditional dishes (like St. Louis ribs and beef brisket), the menu also includes also options like lamb belly, veal breast, and smoked bolgna sandwiches. The pop-up runs through this Thursday, and Haute Dish just announced on their Facebook page that they've opened up more reservations (reservations are recommended).
Photographer Katie Cannon dropped by last night to capture the pop-up's first service, complete with gingham tablecloths, traditional metal trays, and lots and lots of meat. Take a look.