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Fried Chicken Joint Holler Is Launching a Pop-Up Outside Bar Norman

The casual chicken joint—launched in Sellwood last summer by the team behind downtown barbecue restaurant Bullard—now has a shiny new food truck

Indoor dining may be back in Portland, but not everyone feels safe sharing air maskless with others in the same building just yet.

There is a happy medium for anyone longing for a novel dining experience yet prefers to remain outside: Holler is launching a pop-up in front of Bar Norman on Southeast Clinton Street.

The casual chicken joint—launched in Sellwood last summer by the team behind downtown barbecue restaurant Bullard—now has a shiny new food truck that will begin operations Friday, Feb. 26. From 3 to 6 pm, or until the grub runs out, you can order up fried birds as tenders or in sandwiches along with a handful of sides and even soft serve for dessert.

Once you've gotten your order from the bright blue-and-yellow poultry wagon, you can take it to wine barrels set up by Bar Norman to use as standing tables. During the pop-up, bottles of sparkling wine can be partnered with your meal for $25.

Holler employees will make sure customers are wearing masks and staying 6 feet apart, particularly while standing in line. Face coverings and sanitizer will be available for anyone who needs them.

Related: With Bullard, Transplanted Texan Doug Adams Finally Gets to Prove He's for Real.