This Week's Dish: Kitchen Kulture Opening Brick-and-Mortar

By Katlyn Moncada
In Food

After five years of being a mobile business, Kitchen Kulture’s Michael Miller and Christine Meyer are getting a permanent location in the soon-to-be former Pint Size Bakery space. Known for their locally sourced prepared foods at Tower Grove Farmer’s Market, pop-ups and catered meals around the city, the new space—which will be called Kounter Kulture—will offer a carry-out-only menu of locally sourced Asian cuisine. The shop anticipates a May opening and will start off with dinner hours with plans to expand to lunch and delivery in the future. 3825 Watson Road, Lindenwood Park

Photo courtesy of Kitchen Kulture

Photo courtesy of Kitchen Kulture

If you’ve been anticipating a bowl of ramen from the upcoming Nudo, there’s going to be a chance to get a taste before the restaurant’s opening this summer. As reported by St. Louis Magazine, Mai Lee’s Qui Tran will be giving diners a preview of Nudo in a pop-up ramen shop Monday, March 28, at Guerrilla Street Food. For $10 (cash only), you can try one of the bowls of ramen that will be offered at the shop. Guerrilla Street Food will also offer two of their most popular dishes as well as an assortment of appetizers to compliment the ramen. Tran expects a sell-out, so arrive early and hungry. 3559 Arsenal St., Tower Grove South

Find yourself at a Lion’s Choice this month? If so, be sure to grab a Rainbow Coney on the way out. During the month of March, add sprinkles to your ice cream for 25 cents to benefit Strange Cares, the donut-driven nonprofit by Strange Donuts that aims to help kids through partnerships with Big Brothers Big Sisters, The Children’s Heart Foundation and Girls on the Run.

March 10: The Anheuser-Busch Biergarten is partnering with Grey Eagle Distributors and the St. Louis Soccer Park Fund this Thursday to host a fundraising event to help the World Wide Technology Soccer Park with restoration from the flood damage in the area. Starting at 6pm, enjoy some great beer and bites with entertainment from Two Trees Acoustic Duo. The Anheuser-Busch Foundation and Grey Eagle Distributors will also present donations to help support the cause during the event. Tickets are $50 and include food, drink, entertainment and access to a silent auction.

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