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Ian Kleinman plans a second doughnut pop-up later this month at Bittersweet

For a few days late last summer, Ian Kleinman, Denver's Willy Wonka double -- and the founder of the Inventing Room, a catering company that centers around magical, mystical, molecular marvels -- took over the dining room at Table 6, where he morphed the rusticated space into a doughnut paradise, dishing out whimsical long Johns to morning revelers.

And later this month, Kleinman will repeat the pop-up ritual at Bittersweet, Olav Peterson's charming, dinner-only restaurant in Washington Park, which Kleinman -- and his doughnuts -- will occupy from 6 to 11 a.m., January 23-26.

See also:

- Photos: Take a bite out of Ian Kleinman's pop-up doughnut shop and java joint - Chef and Tell with molecular gastronomist Ian Kleinman - Photos: Ian Kleinman's spectacular molecular pop-up dinner at Studio F

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Lori Midson
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