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Vitaly Paley’s DaNet Pop-Up Is Back

Try regional Russian plates from one of Portland’s best chefs

Vitaly Paley chatting it up at DaNet
Stuart Mullenberg

After taking a lengthy break, the very successful DaNet pop-up returns with two fall dinners and very-hard-to-pronounce Russian dishes inspired by flavors from the childhood of chef Vitaly Paley (Paley’s Place, Imperial). DaNet has changed venues and will pop up on October 14 and November 11 at the wood-paneled tea room inside the Heathman Hotel (also home to Paley’s Headwaters), at 1001 SW Broadway.

Named one of the best Portland pop-ups by Eater PDX in 2016, DaNet is a hot ticket — now available through Feastly. As in the past, Russian and Ukrainian artwork and memorabilia from Paley’s personal collection will fill the room, with Russian beats flowing from speakers. The family-style meal now comes at a set fee of $125 that includes food, drink, and gratuity.

A few of the Russian dishes from the sample menu include potato latkes with smoked trout and sour cream, blini topped with house-cured salmon roe, and hot and flakey ushki dumplings.

  • DaNet [Official Feastly Page]

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