Sneak Peek of Skillet Diner

Joshua Henderson plans a popup preview of his future restaurant.

By Jessica Voelker September 7, 2010

Next week, experience your first indoor Skillet burger.

Want to get a sneak-peek of the diner that Skillet Street Food owner Joshua Henderson has planned for Capitol Hill?

Go to the Mount Baker Community Club (2811 Mount Rainier Drive S) on September 13, 14, or 15 between the hours of 5:30 and 9:30pm. There, Henderson has planned a three-day popup where he will preview the menu.

The menu will include four “tastes,” (including, yes, your precious poutine, $8), five mains, and four desserts. Of course, Skillet’s famed hamburger made the list of mains, as did seared sockeye, mac and cheese, farro risotto, and spiced pork belly (on a cornmeal waffle with fried egg and braising jus.) These entrees range from $13.5 (for the burger) to $17, for the sockeye. Desserts—nutella crostini, a fruit crisp—range from $4 to $6.

A kids menu—chicken fingers, grilled cheese and fries, cheeseburger and fries, and spaghetti and red sauce—will be served from 5:30 to 6:30.

There will be beer and wine too. No reservations.

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