Haenyo @ forno
Monday, April 2, 5-10pm
Korean pop-up Haenyo will be setting up shop at Forno, in conjunction with our neighbors at Everyman's upcoming performance of Aubergine.
On April 2nd, in partnership with Everyman Theatre, we’re turning Forno (17 N Eutaw St.) into a Korean kitchen. Through our menu, we look to add even more life to Everyman’s production of Aubergine, serving dishes referenced in the play. We hope tasting the as-seen-on-stage muguk, mandu and roasted fish will allow guests to connect with the play on a new and interesting exciting level. We’ll also offer other dishes commonly served in Korean-American homes and some lesser known things we like to eat. Food and family are the best things going and this night will be a celebration of just that.
As usual, we will pull meat, seafood and vegetables from a handful of our favorite local farms. Early spring produce will add color and variety to the classic Korean offering. Service will be straightforward: when you come to see us, you can place your order at the counter, grab a table and your food will follow. No reservations necessary and dishes will range from $8-25.