Tanám is a food and art space soon to arrive in Union Square and is the next big undertaking for the Boston-based Filipino American pop up Pamangan. Tanám offers intimate 10-seat experiences meant to immerse guests in narratives that are personal, historical, cultural and political.
The pop-up Pamangan, which means "something to eat" in Ellie's native Kapampangan, was born from a simple desire to eat the food of her heritage. Chibog, Tagalog slang for "mealtime" or "something...
Late-night drinks and snacks.
Every Wednesday at Tanám.
A 19+ component dinner, without plates or silverware—everything is served on banana leaf and part of the experience includes eating with your hands—kamayan style.
Book your time at Tanám ahead of time.