- $14 for two Groupons, each good for $14 worth of poppers ($28 total value)
- See the menu
Hungry hoards seeking house-made comfort food visit Paul's Poppers for chicken katsu with house-made gravy, Portuguese sausage breakfast plates, and, oven-fresh loaves. Diners also swarm the restaurant for—you guessed it—poppers. They're wontonlike fried dumplings whose crispy, flaky exterior hides a host of ingredients. The Original bursts with pork, jalapeno, and melted cheddar, while the Caprese clasps tomato, basil, and mozzarella. Poppers come as single-serving combos—say, eight with a side of kimchi fried rice—or in quantities of up to 75 to feed a party or a friend who only eats things in quantities of 75.