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Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Dining pop-up offers Faygo-inspired fare Thursday

Posted By on Tue, May 12, 2015 at 12:24 PM

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Here's one for all you Faygo lovers out there: Thursday's menu at POP, the pop-up dining space located above Checker Bar & Grill in Detroit, will feature a menu anchored by our favorite locally made soft drinks.

The Fargin Chef's "A Taste of Faygo" menu will feature the following delicacies:
  • "Black Cherry Wild Boar Kabobs" with Rock n' Rye sweet potato pecan puffs



  • "Just Peachy" Michigan salad with Peach Faygo vinaigrette

  • Grilled swordfish with pineapple watermelon Faygo salsa 

  • "South Seas Steak" with Faygo kiwi strawberry teriyaki glaze and cream soda carrots

  • "Brownie Ala Mode," a chocolate butterscotch brownie with ginger ale ice cream
The dishes range from $5-$9 each, or you can get all five courses for $32. Check out that event's Facebook page for more information. Whoop whoop!

POP is located above the Checker Bar & Grill in downtown Detroit at 124 Cadillac Square; more information is available on its Facebook page or by calling 313-961-9249.

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