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Dacha 46

657 Washington Ave

Brooklyn, NY 11238

Dacha 46 has taken over the former space of Meme’s Diner in Prospect Heights with a new weekend-only brunch series called “Banya Brunch.” The East European pop-up is serving dishes like breakfast piroshki, pork-stuffed pelmeni, and a sweet dough pastry with cheese and sour cherries in the middle. It’s takeout-only, but you can always pick up your food and head over to Prospect Park for a brunch picnic. We recommend placing your order online ahead of time, but they’ll also hold a limited amount of dishes every weekend for walk-ups.

Very good news for people who have been following Brooklyn pop-ups: Eastern European project, Dacha 46, is taking over the former space of Meme’s Diner in Prospect Heights - starting with a new Sunday brunch series. The first Banya Brunch is on Sunday, April 18th from 10am-3pm. You can place your order online ahead of time for dishes like breakfast piroshki, pork-stuffed pelmeni, and a sweet dough pastry with cheese and sour cherries in the middle. It’s all available for takeout-only, and they’ll hold a limited amount of dishes for walk-ups.

Dacha 46 runs a weekend-only brunch series called “Banya Brunch” out of the former space of Meme’s Diner, which is now home to a project called Kit that provides limited-run dining concepts with a shared kitchen space. This East European pop-up is serving a rotating menu of dishes like breakfast piroshki, pork-stuffed pelmeni, and a sweet dough pastry with cheese and sour cherries in the middle. It’s takeout-only, but you can always pick up your food and head over to Prospect Park for a brunch picnic. We recommend placing your order online ahead of time, but they’ll also hold a limited amount of dishes every weekend for walk-ups.

If your ideal park picnic involves plump pork pelmeni, hazelnut-mocha kievsky, and piroshki filled with American breakfast staples like eggs, potatoes, and bacon, head to Dacha 46’s pop-up in Prospect Heights. Their weekend-only “Banya Brunch” pop-up is currently serving a rotating menu of eastern European dishes from the former MeMe’s Diner space on Washington Avenue. They typically save a few orders for walk-ins, but you’re better off preordering ahead of time through their website.

“Much like the city’s vegetation right now, Dacha is in full bloom. What started as an Eastern European pop-up out of a Bed-Stuy apartment has now become a Russian-style “Banya Brunch” takeout series inside the former MeMe’s Diner space in Prospect Heights. The married queer couple running the show are both chefs who worked at places like Red Hook Tavern and Rezdora before the pandemic hit. Now, the duo is responsible for making plump pork pelmeni, hazelnut-mocha kievsky, and a new take on piroshki filled with American breakfast staples like eggs, potatoes, and bacon every weekend. All of the fresh-baked, soft, and savory dishes I picked up last Sunday were downright impossible to put down, and I am currently drafting on a strongly worded email urging the Dacha team to fully flower into a permanent restaurant.”

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