By: Katie Fraser
New year, new food!
For the first weekend in the New Year, Klassics is bringing back its Soul Bowl pop-up.
Started by Chef Gerard Klass of Kaskaid Hospitality, Klassics is a hospitality business specializing in pop-up restaurants. The return of Soul Bowl marks its fourth venture.
First held in mid-November of last year, Soul Bowl is a quick service restaurant reimagining southern style food.
The build-your-own menu allows diners to customize their dishes from base to sauce. Bases include cauliflower, mac and cheese, cornbread dressing or red beans and rice. Then, guests can top their bowls with veggies, meats and sauces.
The menu will once again include the AA Sandwich – a fried chicken topped with collard greens and mac and cheese on hot water cornbread – deviled eggs and corn bread muffins.
Also, the Best of New Soul Music will once again provide entertainment.
Soul Bowl will be open from 5 – 9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 6 and 12 – 5 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 7. It will be hosted at 1825 N Glenwood Avenue in Minneapolis.
For more information, visit Klassics on Facebook.