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Charlestonians Flock to Pop-Ups on the Weekends

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The spread at Kwei Fei
Andrew Cebulka

Lowcountry residents looking for a different food experience on the weekends are checking out two new pop-ups for a taste of something a bit out of the ordinary.

This past Saturday, Chef David Schuttenberg, formerly of Fish, hosted Sichuan pop-up Kwei Fei at The Daily. Schuttenberg brought the heat with lamb dumplings, Sichuan beef, la zi ji (chicken thighs, dried chilli peppers, spicy bean paste, garlic, and ginger), and more. He plans to take over the 652 King St. space every Friday and Saturday going forward, from 6 p.m. until midnight. Here’s a few glowing reviews from Instagram.

And it's on @kweifei with @fatinthepan #chs #chseats #charleston #sichuan #szechuan

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On the other side of town, breakfast-heavy eatery Daps spends its Sundays at Charles Towne Fermentory at 809 Savannah Hwy. Daps comes from Charleston food and beverage industry vets Jeremiah Schenzel and Nicholas Dowling. They want to bring an all-day breakfast menu to 280 Ashley Ave., Daps will provide a family-friendly spot for Westside neighbors to gather for morning meals, brunches, light lunches, grab-and-go snacks, breakfast for dinner, or a few adult beverages. While dates for a November pop-up seem unlikely — with the restaurant opening soon — it’s always best to keep an eye on social media. Here’s some online praise for the pancakes.

daps delish! @dapschs

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The best breakfast from @dapschs this morning at @charlestownefermentory with @broomwagoncoffee ☕️

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We eat what we like

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Kwei Fei [Facebook]
Eat Breakfast or Get Tipsy at Forthcoming Daps [ECHS]
Daps [Official]
Daps [Instagram]

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