A bit ago we learned that Tchoup's Market at 3310 Georgia was closing and that the space will host pop-ups and special events. Chef Alex McCoy recently sent me details of what's coming next: a collaboration between McCoy, Food Network Chopped Champions winner Adam Greenberg, and Acme Pies, plus a number of special events.
The pop-up will be Saturdays and Sundays from 11am-4pm with Hawaiian-style poke bowls from Greenberg (pictured above), coffee and cocktails from Fabian Malone and the Alfie's staff and pies by Sol Schott of Acme Pies. McCoy said "Think of it like a co-op. A bunch of chefs collaborating in the space." Greenberg was also the head chef at Barcelona on 14th Street. Here's more on the menu: the first one features a tuna poke bowl, jerk chicken and a Hawaiian burger.
The evenings on Friday and Saturday night will continue to be Nok Noi, their Thai street noodle popup, open 5-11pm.
There are also special events coming up, some ticketed and some not. On January 26th they'll be hosting "Isaan Supperclub dinner" with 6 courses of dishes from the eastern Thai region for $45 per person. A lot of the Alfie's food is based on Isaan cuisine.
On February 2nd, they'll host a Khao Gheng (curry and rice) dinner with four different Khao Gaeng-style curries, rice and kanom bean noodles for $35 per person. Also in the works is a collaboration with Wild Turkey bourbon for Nashville hot chicken.
Details for the three special events are on their site too.