From the Bay to Brooklyn: San Francisco, California, Japanese restaurant pops up this November in New York

Chefs James LaLonde and Ryoji Kajikawa of the Mojo Cafe in San Francisco, California, love creating Japanese-by-way-of-California delicacies for their pop-up restaurant, SloMo SF. On November 18, 19, and 21, 2011, New Yorkers will also get a chance to experience their cuisine through a series of pop-up dinners at Sweet Deliverance in Brooklyn.

These pop-up dinners cost $90 per person and include a seasonally-inspired 7-course Japanese meal with drinks. Some menu and drink items you can expect are:

  • sake-steamed clams
  • Japanese fried chicken
  • ramen with housemade stock and noodles and seasonal garnishes
  • beer
  • sake
  • persimmon cocktails

For more information and to order tickets, visit Brown Paper Tickets.

Sweet Deliverance is a two-level commercial kitchen space located at 1287 Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn, New York.

RxArt hosts pop-up shop in New York

Art lovers will be happy to hear about a new pop-up shop opening up for four days in New York. From November 3-6, 2011, RxArt, the non-profit that places art in hospitals, will have art for sale at Half Gallery. Between the Lines Volumes II and III, coloring books with pictures from contemporary artists, will be 50% off along with Dan Colen, Yayoi Kusama, and Terry Richardson puzzles. RxArt PARTY t-shirts will also be available for purchase.


  • Thursday, November 3: 6-8PM kick-off party
  • Friday, November 4: 10AM-6PM
  • Saturday, November 5: 10AM-6PM
  • Sunday, November 6: 12PM-6PM

208 Forsyth Street, New York