There's still some waiting to do before Scott Maki's restaurant, Trinity (1117 Decatur St.), opens later this year, but on Nov. 11, guests can get a sneak peek of what's in store for the French Quarter eatery.
Trinity's "Rodee" Supper will pop up inside the Central Business District's G&O Food Company (935 Gravier St., 504-267-7088; www.facebook.com/gandofoodcompany) and will feature a five-course dinner with wine pairings and cocktails.
In a September news release, Trinity's owners previewed a menu with strong New Orleans and Louisiana influences, something that appears will hold true at the pop-up, with dishes ranging from Cajun cobia courtbouillon crudo to Vietnamese-style hogshead cheese served with banh mi salad. Capping the meal is a "Papa Rouge" float, a nod to the Louisiana strawberry-flavored soda.
Trinity is taking over the former Maximo's Italian Grill space and is slated to open in December.
The pop-up event begins at 7 p.m. and tickets are $75.