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Air Canada opens pop-up poutinerie in Washington. (Air Canada)

Good gravy! Air Canada opens pop-up poutinerie in DC


WASHINGTON (CIRCA) – Canada is known for its hockey, maple syrup, brutally cold winters and poutine.

Air Canada is bringing the gravy-filled iconic dish to cities across the world. This week, it's opened up Poutinerie, a pop-up shop in Washington, D.C.

All dishes cost $5 and will go toward the D.C. local nonprofit Martha’s Table.

Martha’s Table helps give access to quality education programs, healthy foods and family support in the nation’s capital.

Each dish is inspired by different destinations to which people can fly with Air Canada.

Shanghai’s Neon Street BBQ features shoestring fries, Asian BBQ pulled pork, hoisin gravy, sesame seeds, scallions and vegetable slaw.

Other cities used for inspiration include Paris, Dubai, London and Rome.

Air Canada also serves its classic poutine with french fries, cheese curds and gravy.

The pop-up in D.C. will run through Nov. 15.

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