Looking to try some tasty new eats this week? Well, you have a few options ranging from sweets to Latin American eats. No matter what you’re craving these tasty pop-ups in Seattle have you covered this week & weekend.


The team behind Garzon has a delicious pop-up called EKÉKO that you can find at The Growler Guys this weekend. You’ll find a menu full of Latin American eats like Cuban Frita, Sweet Potato Foldies, and Ají Papas Fritas. You might just find your new favorite dish.

When: February 12th
Where: Fair Isle Brewing, 936 NW 49th St



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Haru is a Seattle artisan bakery with a Korean touch. If you’re looking for pastries that are equally as beautiful as how good they taste then you’ll definitely want to check out Haru. They’ll be popping up at Tougo Coffee this weekend with an assortment of treats perfect for Valentine’s Day. That being said be sure to place your order ahead of time.

When: February 12th
Where: Tougo Coffee, 860 Yesler Way

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Lazy Cow Bakery


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Not a pop-up per se but Lazy Cow Bakery is offering beautiful Valentine’s Day boxes. One for $25 that comes with a slice of red velvet cake topped with a chocolate strawberry and an almond croissant. And another in partnership with Frelard Tamales for $124 that comes with 15 mini tamales, flowers, vegan candles, and a taster box of Lazy Cow’s goodies.

When: Order online, pick up February 14th
Where: 3418 Fremont Ave N

Situ Tacos


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If you’re looking to get your hands on tasty eats ASAP then you’ll want to try Situ Tacos. They’re actually available daily now and you can enjoy quesadillas, tacos, rolled tacos, and more. Can you say tasty?

When: Daily 5 pm-11:30 pm
Where: 2126 2nd Ave Suite A

Three Sacks Full

Three Sacks Full is a pop-up from Chef Michael Tsai and Sommelier Matthew Curtis. Together the duo has created a pop-up with a focus on organic vegetables, grains, and locally sourced ingredients as well as wines to accompany them. What makes this pop-up extra cool is that they grow the majority of ingredients on their very own Snoqualmie Valley farm.

When: Order February 12th, Pop-Up February 15th & 16th
Where: 3404 NE 55th St or 4857 Rainier Ave S

See? No shortage of eats. Have a great week Seattle!