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Food / August 17, 2021

All Hail popup on Dawson Street announces closure

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Food / August 17, 2021

All Hail popup on Dawson Street announces closure

Words: Emily Mullen

Representatives from All Hail confirmed that the popup will be converted back into Pablo Picantes

All Hail have announced that they will be wrapping up their popup at the end of August, after a couple of months of trading on the streets of Dublin 2. Beginning at the start of Summer in Pablo Picante’s spot on Dawson Street⁠⁠, the popup had a solid success selling a one-box wonder concept.

Representatives from All Hail confirmed to us that the popup would be reverting back to Pablo Picantes at the end of the month.

The boxes are made up of two pieces of jerk chicken a drumstick and a thigh that have been flaming away for 24 hours, a piece of corn on the cob that’s been rolled in parmesan, subtly coconutty rice n’ beans, rainbow slaw and a sweet but potent mango hot sauce. 

It’s a literal meal in a box, complete with your protein, your carbs and if you squint and ignore the cheese your five-ish a day. It’s a grower in terms of heat, so treat the deceptively fruity looking sauce with care if you are a lily liver owner. ⁠⁠

All Hail will be open until the end of August, so catch them while you can, for more information see our CHAR 1-minute review on it below:

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