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East Indies dinner kicks off Hydraulic pop-up series

Experienced cooks will offer one-of-a-kind dinners in Larkinville this spring, in a pop-up dinner series called “Brick Oven No Pizza.”

It’s the series’ second season at Larkinville’s Hydraulic Hearth, 716 Swan St., co-sponsored by Buffalo Beer Goddesses, an organization of beer-loving Western New York women.

The first event is Feb. 29. It’s “East Indies Meets South End,” featuring dishes like heart of palm salad, conch fritters, jerk chicken and pineapple upside-down cake with ginger ice cream. That’s offered by Emily Pierce-Delaney, who works at Nickel City Cheese & Mercantile, and runs pop-ups as Same Old Antics.

Kate Hey of Betty Crockski, a Polish specialist, offers “Dyngus Day Dinner” on March 28. Teddy Bryant, Lloyd Taco Factory’s chef, has “Nacho Mama’s Cinco de Mayo” April 25.

Tickets are $65 including tax and tip. Bar opens at 5:30 p.m., dinner at 6:30. Order tickets through

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