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Late Night Noshing at Standard Foods

Late Night Noshing at Standard Foods
Standard Foods in Raleigh, North Carolina will kick-off their pop-up dinner series on January 30th at midnight. Photo courtesy of Standard Foods.

Chef Scott Crawford and business partner John Holmes opened Standard Foods in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina in 2015 with a mission to reintroduce the food, farmers and artisanal production methods of the region to the Raleigh community. The operation melds Chef Crawford’s award-winning cuisine with locally sourced products in a 6,000 square-foot space that is part corner grocery store and butcher shop, and part restaurant. The 80-seat restaurant is open for lunch and dinner Tuesday through Saturday but Head Bartender Taylor Homes, head butcher Steve Goff and Chef de Cuisine Bret Edlund have plans to host a series of pop-ups that will keep the dining room hopping well into the wee hours of the night. The pop-ups are scheduled to be held the last Saturday of each month and will run from midnight until 2:00 am with a special one-night-only cocktail menu paired with special late-night fare. Standard Foods is kicking off the first pop-up tonight with guest bartender Garrett Waddell from Stanbury and promises of diner-style cocktails and snacks like Ramos Gin Fizz and Fried Boudin. Our advice? Come late and come hungry.

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