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Arnold’s is collaborating with a yet-to-open Gulch restaurant

If you’re looking to taste test a few menu items from forthcoming restaurant Choy, this July pop-up is calling your name.

A brick building painted red with the word "Arnold's" painted in yellow with blue outline.

Pro tip: You can park for free for ~1.5 hours. | Photo by NASHtoday

We don’t have an opening date to share for Choy, a forthcoming Chinese American restaurant slated for the former Tansuo space in the Gulch at 121B 12th Ave N. What we do have is early access to four menu items — allow us to explain.

Arnold’s Country Kitchen will host Choy for two days with a couple of menu offerings each day:

Monday, July 15

  • Roast beef with tomato sauce and chow mein
  • Blackened salmon with ginger scallion sauce and congee

Tuesday, July 16

  • Sugar and cured ham with char siu sauce and hot mustard slaw
  • Fried chicken with Sichuan seasoning and fermented cabbage

As a refresher, previous Metro permits outlined $600,000 in interior renovations of the 6,499-sqft Tansuo space. A site plan showed a second floor bar, private dining event space, and a first floor wine bar.

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