Beginning July 17th, join haenyo, a Baltimore-based pop-up, for their weeklong stay at R. House. haenyo will merge Korean tradition with the local harvest to recreate popular street food dishes like hobakjeon, a savory summer squash pancake, and lettuce wraps known as gogi ssam. haenyo will look to Karma Farm to supply the bulk of the fresh vegetables including garlic, lettuce, scapes, tomatoes, chili peppers and chives. Other dishes to include kimchijeon, banchan plate and a tossed summer salad.
Menu items will range $5 to $12, in-step with R. House’s communal dining approach, dishes are meant to be shared. haenyo’s kitchen will be open from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday with a late night menu available Friday and Saturday evening (pancakes taste better with cold beer). The team will also serve brunch on Saturday and Sunday, featuring kimchi fried rice and omurice. The full menu will be posted soon.
Come by, say, “hello” and try something new. We look forward to meeting you.
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