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MX Tacos chef Ryan Manning will launch Stammtisch, a German tapas pop-up, in March

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click to enlarge Ryan Manning at his Milk District taqueria, MX Tacos - PHOTO BY ROB BARTLETT
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  • Ryan Manning at his Milk District taqueria, MX Tacos
MX Tacos' Ryan Manning – son of a German mother – is starting a German tapas restaurant pop-up called Stammtisch in March. (A "stammtisch" is a large table reserved for the regulars to meet up and sit together at German pubs.)

No, "German tapas" doesn't mean schnitzel-ized versions of Spanish bar snacks. Manning is working with another chef (from Berlin) to create tapas-sized portions of classic German dishes and baked goods. Manning's modernized German cuisine (think schnitzel flights) will pop up at various locations around town, from Whippoorwill Beer House to Barley & Vine to Redlight Redlight.



Manning will also offer the dishes with Uber Eats before opening a brick-and-mortar location in a year or two. Follow the restaurant on Instagram @stammtischrestaurant for updates.

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