The Gnocco team (3734 Fleet Street) will graciously host haenyo for a casual, reservation-free pop-up dinner on August 21st. Pasta and seafood are the pride of Gnocco’s chef Brian Lavin’s menu, so our one-night menu will include our favorite Korean equivalents. Expect noodles — wide and skinny, spicy and mild, warm and cold – and a flatboat’s haul of fresh seafood. Kal-guksu and bibim-guksu are definitely happening, as well as a gnocchi-like dish known as tteokbokki. And our people at Karma Farm will make sure our dishes are full of beautiful, late-summer produce.
Doors will open at 5 p.m. and service will finish up around 10 pm. We’re keeping things simple and forgoing table serve for the evening. Just come on in, order at the host’s stand and grab a seat and our lovely team will bring you your food. As always, vegetarian and gluten-free options will be available.
We will keep you posted on the menu and ingredient sourcing progress. If you have any questions, please shoot us an email at [email protected]
See you at Eaton & Fleet.