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New barbecue and pasta pop-ups at Food Hall at Bottling Department

Enjoy Pasta Factory and Three Six General on Food Hall’s patio this spring.

An open container of baked beans and mac and cheese, with chips, pickles, and sandwiches resting beside.

Three Six General sure knows how to make our mouths water with its amazing sides.

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Looking for something new to sink your teeth into? Head to the Food Hall at Bottling Department at Pearl for its latest two culinary pop-ups.

Pasta Factory will offer fresh takes on classic pasta dishes, while Three Six General will have the Texas barbecue of your dreams.

Hungry yet? Here’s a forkful of facts about each:

🍝 Pasta Factory

  • This pop-up is a new venture from the husband-and-wife team behind Chilaquilso you already know we’re in love.
  • Half of that team, chef and owner Orlando Aguirre, says they’re excited to “share the food that connects our community.”
  • Expect new spins on dishes like lasagna, pasta bolognese, and fettuccine alfredo with add-ons like shrimp and chicken.
  • For dessert, tiramisu is on the menu.

🍗 Three Six General

  • This central Texas-style barbecue hails from San Marcos and was created in 2019.
  • You might recognize its delicious flavors from the Pearl Farmers Market.
  • Three Six General’s mission is to source ingredients locally and do its butchering in-house.
  • Expect fried chicken sandwiches, pastrami sandwiches, wings, mac-and-cheese, and brand new oak-smoked meats.

Ready to sample each? Head to Food Hall at 312 Pearl Pkwy, Building 6, open seven days a week at 8 a.m. (see various closing times here).

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