The Weekly Open Thread Has Some News for Pop-Up Restaurateurs



Yesterdays menu at Eat Well Market. Remember the timeworn aphorism, Never judge the food by the chalkboard menu handwriting.
  • Yesterday's menu at Eat Well Market. Bear in mind the timeworn aphorism, "Never judge the food by the chalkboard menu handwriting."
One of my eagle-eyed co-workers spotted the following call for pop-up enterprises on Eat Well Market's Facebook page Wednesday:

Seeking Pop Up restaurants to join us for a day or weekly spot at Eat Well Market. Know any great chefs or fantastic cooks who would like to showcase their culinary creations at our happening little take out market? Hourly range from only 10-20 an hour and we will gift 4 hours free prep time on the first Pop Up occasion. Get in touch! 615-763-3287 eatwellcatering at G mail . Com

Eat Well Market is at 1000 Riverside Drive, where Dee's Q used to be. Dee's was a beloved spot for many East Nashvillians, but the barbecue joint closed after owner and pitmaster Reggie Crowder died three years ago. His warm presence and great barbecue are missed by many in the neighborhood.

I haven't been to Eat Well, but have heard some promising rumblings. Anyone been? If so, please share your experience. Any other hot grub goss?

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