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Wednesday pop-ups in Sonoma County offer exciting new dining choices

Hump ​​Day is the day for those craving something a little different with at least two local restaurants featuring chefs and pop-up menus.

In Sevastopol, Piala has started changing things up every Wednesday with a menu item that’s a departure from the delicious, homey Georgian cuisine (the country, not the state) she usually serves. Recently, they’ve been offering tinga tacos, Ghanaian cuisine, and on May 8, they’ll be serving Rabbit Andouille Okra Gumbo.

Piala is at 7233 Healdsburg Avenue.

In the meantime in Healdsburg, Molti Amici opens a space for friends at Molti from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Wednesdays when the restaurant is closed. On May 8, the team at Houtskool Dumplings in St. Helena will serve artisan dumplings and small plates, followed by yakitori specialties from chefs Tommy Clearly and Andrew Hori on May 15, and Oaxacan cuisine from Hoja Santa on May 22.

Friends at Molti pop-ups every week. Reservations are available at bit.ly/44mLbNV. 330 Healdsburg Avenue.

More stories coming soon about other pop-ups in Sonoma County.