IN THE NEWS
June 8, 2021
The pandemic has served the pop-up model well. These roving restaurants, bakeries, taquerias and supper clubs allow chefs to try out nascent ideas and passion projects at a reduced cost, and with flexible hours. Here are three worth checking out.
July 14, 2020
Vegan popup Happy Seed is back at A Mano in the Old Fourth Ward on Mondays in July, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., offering takeout and curbside pickup. The Latin-inspired menu changes weekly and features vegan sandwiches, snacks, and entrees made by chef Reid Trapani and sweets from mother-daughter bakery business La Dolce Madness.
October 2, 2020
At Chef Reid Trapani’s Happy Seed vegan pop up in Atlanta last week it was hard to get a seat—-and most of the guests were not full-time vegans. Says Trapani, who specializes in inventive authentic Latin dishes using plant based ingredients, “so many of our guests tell us they’d eat like this all the time.”
April 27, 2020
Happy Seed, Atlanta vegan caterer and dining pop-up co-owned by chefs Reid Trapani and Sophia Marchese, is excited to announce Curbside Pick-Up from a mano
Vegan World Magazine
April 17, 2019
For as long as I can remember, food has played a valuable role in my life. It was the centerpiece of my upbringing and many of my childhood memories! When the lightbulb appeared with the concept of Happy Seed, I wasn’t even surprised that food was my calling.
February 11, 2021
Vegan pop-up Happy Seed serves a Latin-inspired menu from chef Reid Trapani and his crew. Dishes from this pop-up include in-season squash empanadas, tamales with sweet potato masa and black beans, esquites (street corn), and king oyster mushroom carnitas enchiladas.
August 6, 2020
Recent menu offerings have included black bean tamales made with sweet potato and corn masa, Plant Nachos topped with black beans, chipotle charred corn and salsa verde, and a plant-based crunch wrap stuffed with beef seitan, vegan nacho cheese, crunch tostada, lettuce, tomato and cashew sour cream.