Popular Traveling Thai Kitchen Making 3 Pop Up Stops In El Paso
Pranum Pop Up, the famous traveling kitchen from Austin, returns to El Paso with three pop-up stops cooking authentic homestyle Thai cuisine in the Sun City.
The Traveling Thai Kitchen by Dream Kasestatad returns this week, setting up shop at three local hot spots around El Paso.
Dream grew up around his parent's Thai restaurant and is the chef and owner of Pranom Pop-Up, a traveling Thai street food pop-up setting up around the country at boutique hotels, breweries, bars, and restaurants.
For the last couple of years, Dream has become somewhat of a celebrity in El Paso for his incredibly delicious and authentic homestyle Thai food, thanks to Old Sheepdog Brewery, who initially invited Dream to set up his pop-up in town.
And now Dream, the man behind the nationwide one-person traveling Thai Kitchen Pranom Pop-Up, returns to El Paso during his Pacific Northwest Tour and will partner with some of the city's local eateries and breweries this week.
Traveling Thai Kitchen Pop-Ups Dates & Locations Include:
- Tuesday - September 6: The Reagan 313 E Mills Ave.
- Wednesday - September 7: Old Sheep Dog Brewery, 3900 Rosa Ave.
- Thursday - September 8: Mona Bar of Modern Art, 410 1/2 E San Antonio.
- Pop-up opens each night from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (or until sold out).
Be sure to arrive early because these pop-ups are on a first-come, first-served basis.
Follow along on social media for menu updates at @pranompopup on IG, and while the menu may vary each night, it will include a vegan option at each pop-up.
If you still haven't had a chance to taste what the buzz is all about, then make plans to visit Pranom Pop-Up at any one of the three stops this week around El Paso - you won't be disappointed.