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Duende Bodega Launches Lunchtime 'Kured' Meat Sandwiches Pop-Up

Duende Bodega Launches Lunchtime 'Kured' Meat Sandwiches Pop-Up
Photo: Tory Putnam
By Susan Xu - Published on April 04, 2017.

Starting tomorrow, carnivorous Oaklanders will have another excuse to head to chef Paul Canales' Duende bodega in Uptown.

April 5 is the debut of Kured, a counter-service, lunch pop-up that will dish out cured meat sandwiches and salads from the bodega, which is attached to the main restaurant.

Duende bodega. | Photo: Duende/Facebook

Open for lunch three days each week, Kured will operate as a separate concept with a menu focused on Canales' "expertly crafted" sausage sandwiches, according to a press release.

The menu includes the Spicy Italian, a pork sausage made with wild anise, garlic and white wine; the Boudin Blanc, a pork sausage made with caramelized onions and warm spices; and the Merguez, a lamb sausage made with harissa, pimento and spices, topped with a bread-and-butter pickle relish.

Photo: Tory Putnam

In addition, the pop-up will offer a crispy chicken sandwich, the "Pork-Betta," (crispy cured pork shoulder and belly) and three salad options: seasonal green, kale and farro — available in half or whole portions, with add-on protein options.

As for the drink menu, options include sodas, coffee, Fort Point canned beer, house-made tonics and wines from San Francisco's Tank18. 

Chef Paul Canales. | Photo: Duende/Facebook

Kured is located in Duende at 468 19th St. It will be open exclusively for lunch Wednesdays through Fridays from 11am–2pm.