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South Park’s KINDRED to pop-up at Coachella

Plus, an edible art workshop and Pairings With a Purpose

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SOUTH PARK— Among the high-profile chefs and restaurants chosen to feed the crowds at this year’s Coachella is San Diego’s KINDRED, the chef-driven vegan restaurant and cocktail bar which will be on site from April 14 to 16 and 21 to 23 offering a full service, 50 seat pop-up each night that will feature a four course prix-fixe menu with cocktails. The only catch: reservations, made via Open Table, are only available to attendees who have VIP passes to the festival. [EaterWire]

BALBOA PARK— The San Diego Museum of Art has put together a tasty tie-in to its new abstract contemporary sculpture exhibition, Richard Deacon: What You See is What You Get. Inspired by the exhibition’s creative use of materials, the museum is offering an artist-guided edible sculpture workshop titled What You See Is What You Eat this Thursday, April 6 at 7 p.m. that will employ waffle building blocks and marshmallow skewers as art supplies. The price of the class, $40 for non-members, includes a drink token that can be redeemed for a beer or soda at Panama 66. [EaterWire]

ENCINITAS— Pairings With a Purpose, a Feeding San Diego fundraiser to support the organization’s meal programs for local children and families, is scheduled for noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 15 at the Bobby Riggs Tennis Club & Museum. The tasting event will pair a stunner lineup of chefs including Baja’s Javier Plascencia and Roberto Alcocer, ‘Top Chef’ season 13 winner Jeremy Ford, The Lodge at Torrey Pines’ Olivier Bioteau and Puesto’s Katy Smith with Baja wines and beer from local breweries including Automatic Brewing Co., Half Door Brewing Company, Bitter Brothers and New English Brewing Co. General admission tickets are $75. [EaterWire]

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