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Sarap Collaborates With Seattle-Based Chef and More Intel

Plus, eat dinner at ACRE Farm with dishes by chef Kate Williams

Plate of chicken from Sarap.
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Brenna Houck is a Cities Manager for the Eater network. She previously edited Eater Detroit and reported for Eater. You can follow her on the internet at @brennahouck.

POP-UPS — Detroit Filipino pop-up Sarap is going big on September 19 with a collaborative dinner featuring Seattle’s Kraken Congee. Hosted at Brooklyn Street Local, tickets for the locally sourced and seasonal Filipino meal are $45. Expect new dishes from Sarap such as smoked chicken adobo. [EaterWire]

OPENING REPORT — California-based fast-casual chain Pieology Pizzeria just opened a new location in Royal Oak at 323 S. Main Street. The restaurant offers customizable thin-crust pizzas and salads. [EaterWire]

EVENTS — Chef Kate Williams is offering another opportunity to preview her soon-to-open North Corktown eatery with an end-of-summer dinner at ACRE Farm. Lady of the Farm will feature four courses, drinks, and music for $72. Vegetarian options are available upon request. [EaterWire]

FOOD MEDIA — The author of last week’s questionable Newsweek piece that erroneously implied Buddy’s Pizza was the “generic” version of Detroit-style pie, wrote a response to the criticism blaming the mistake on a miscommunication with his editor. Does he sufficiently explain the overall tone and focus of the piece? You decide. [Deadline Detroit]

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