Mon Aug 13, 5–10 pm
Recommended by Julianne Bell
Chef Josh Nebe has engineered poutine-like chowder fries for White Swan Public House and crafted sausages at Radiator Whiskey, and he is the man responsible for the madcap carnival-themed menu of corn dogs and “narwhal balls” at Unicorn. Now he’s bringing his genius for imaginative comfort food to OKO, his pop-up inspired by the soul food of Osaka and Hiroshima, serving okonomiyaki (a savory Japanese pancake containing a mishmash of ingredients) and teppanyaki (a style of Japanese food cooked on an iron griddle). At acclaimed Wallingford restaurant Kamonegi, he’ll serve a five-course tasting menu with items like shrimp toast with tomato dashi, and okonomiyaki made with corn, dried squid, pork belly, and miso.
1054 N 39th Street, Seattle, WA 98103