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Belly Shack brunch starts on Father's Day

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Get ready for Belly Shack brunch.

Bill Kim is launching a monthly, coffee-focused, pop-up brunch at his restaurant at 1912 N. Western. The first date: Fathers Day, June 19.

It'll be walk-in only, no reservations, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with an edited menu of brunch non-classics. "No waffles, no pancakes -- I hate that," says Kim. More like: fried chicken with chorizo gravy. Choose one of five mains for $12; sides will be $5.

For each brunch, Kim hopes to partner with a different local roaster or coffeehouse. The first to be featured will be Ipsento Coffee, 2035 N. Western, just up the road from Belly Shack.

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