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Friday, August 12, 2016

Kappo x Guesthouse pop-up dinners planned for September

Posted By on Fri, Aug 12, 2016 at 8:22 AM

click to enlarge From L-R: Stephen Che, Jennifer Banagale, Lordfer Lalicon, Mark Berdin - FAIYAZ KARA
  • Faiyaz Kara
  • From L-R: Stephen Che, Jennifer Banagale, Lordfer Lalicon, Mark Berdin
They're at it again. Fresh off their Diamond Series of omakase pop-up  dinners, the crew from Kappo (and the soon-to-open Kadence) — Lordfer Lalicon, Mark Berdin and Jennifer Banagale — are teaming up with chill Mills 50 bar the Guesthouse to bring another series of bling-bling pop-ups this September.

Every Saturday and Sunday from Sept. 3 to Sept. 25, the trio will offer a sushi-focused lunch omakase for $95, with cocktail artisans from the Guesthouse dreaming up special pairings for an additional $50.



click to enlarge L-R: Cobia Nanbanzuke; Florida rock shrimp; striped bass kobujime-kagenzu; hirouso ball - FAIYAZ KARA
  • Faiyaz Kara
  • L-R: Cobia Nanbanzuke; Florida rock shrimp; striped bass kobujime-kagenzu; hirouso ball
If you missed out on their July pop-ups, save up and make it a point to attend one of these lunches — they're pretty gangsta. And if you can't score a seat, the Guesthouse will have special expanded hours every weekend in September and will open at noon.

Reservations can be made at kadenceorlando.com beginning Aug. 18.

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