Dacha 46 used to run a weekend-only brunch series called “Banya Brunch” out of the former space of Meme’s Diner, which is now home to a project called Kit that provides limited-run dining concepts with a shared kitchen space. Now, this East European project is hosting pop-ups all across the city, serving a rotating menu of dishes like breakfast piroshki, pork-stuffed pelmeni, and a sweet dough pastry with cheese and sour cherries in the middle. We recommend placing your order online ahead of time, but they’ll also hold a limited amount of dishes every weekend for walk-ups.
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