|The epic hearth on wheels, Del Popolo.|
Wise Sons Delicatessen: They’ve made the transition from pop-up to sit-down daytime deli and now everyone’s favorite Under 30 honorees, Wise Sons Evan Beckerman and Leo Bloom, are inching closer to dinner service, starting first with shabbis (Friday night) dinners. But they’re not going it alone. The brisket boys have brought on Thomas Martinez (formerly of Mission Beach Cafe) and pastry chef Amy Brown (formerly of Nopa) to head up the debut dinner this Friday. Look for upscale a la carte Jewish-esque dinner delicacies such as smoked salmon with fried potatoes and smoked duck with foie gras and challah with cherry wine glaze. (Friday, June 8, seatings from 6:30-9:45 PM.) Additionally, the duo will be hosting a family-style “Italian Sunday Supper” every other week (Starts Sunday, June 17, to secure reservations for either meal, email firstname.lastname@example.org, 3150 25th St., 415-787-3354).
Del Popolo @ Bar Agricole: Jon Darksy’s monster-truck-cum-roving pizzeria Del Popolo will once again be slinging its wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas on the patio at Bar Agricole every Monday night through the end of June (Mondays, through June, 5:30 PM till the dough runs dry, 55 11th St, 415- 355-9400).
Sous Beurre Kitchen at Dear Mom: The Mission hipster dive bar Dear Mom, has been hosting a rotating slate of pop-up food vendors at brunch and dinner. The latest to sign on is Sous Buerre Kitchen, a new start-up from former ex-Eccolo chef, who normally serves his locally sourced, seasonal eats out of the neighborhood’s Sugarlump Coffee Lounge. Sous Beurre will be popping up on Mondays through the month of June. The menu will change week to week, but this week’s options included confited chicken wings, lobster-and-shrimp mousseline sausage served on a broioche bun and grilled roulade of rabbit with beurre l’orange (Mondays, 2700 16th St., 415-625-3362).