Mar 14, 2024 - News

Seattle's Piroshky Piroshky bringing Eastern European pop-up to San Antonio

A tubular cinnamon roll with nuts crushed on top.

The cinnamon cardamom braid at Piroshky Piroshky. Photo: Melissa Santos/Axios

San Antonio gets a taste of Seattle's Pike Place Market — and Eastern Europe — next week when Piroshky Piroshky pops up at Alamo Beer Company.

Dig in: The Seattle-founded bakery has a plethora of sweet and savory Eastern European goods.

  • It's drawn national acclaim as a must-try spot for years.
  • The name comes from the piroshki, a bun filled with meats and vegetables or fruits and jams, that's popular in both Russia and Ukraine.

Thought bubble from Melissa Santos, Axios Seattle: Lots of people go for the beef and cheese, which is a solid choice. But the flaky pastry of the beef and onion makes it my favorite when I'm in the mood for something savory.

  • Don't sleep on the sweet varieties, particularly the cinnamon cardamom braid, which is a must-order for me when I'm at Pike Place Market.

If you go: The pop-up is from 5-7pm March 21 at Alamo Beer Company on the East Side.

  • Place a pre-order for pickup online.
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