Summer happenings series: Popping in for a pop-up

A sticker for WB’s placed on the side of the counter at WB’s.

Pig & a Jelly Jar’s Ogden location recently hit its seventh birthday. A lot has changed in Ogden since the opening of their second restaurant here, including owners of 360 Degrees Restaurant Group, Amy and Vivi Wanderely-Britt, and their expanding efforts here.

It’s been nearly three years since the duo opened another Ogden food spot and hangout, WB’s Eatery. Now, a summer brunch collab between the two restaurants graces Ogden. Through July 24, the pop-up inside WB’s Eatery will be hosted every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Original pig menu finds such as the Ham Hash and Kitchen Sink can now be ordered alongside newer items such as the Chimichurri Steak and Eggs and a host of unique cocktails, which can be prepared full-proof or completely non-alcoholic, making this a perfect brunch choice for all walks of life.

Sitting down with Amy and Vivi Wanderely-Britt for their pop-up opening weekend, they share stories of business and life. In addition, 360 Degrees Restaurant Group works closely with non-profit organizations, such as Volunteers of America, to donate their time, a portion of their proceeds and meals to those in need.

“People get hope through food, too; they will taste that,” Vivi Wanderely-Britt said. “So for us, it’s just as important to put love into our food for delivery as it is for our customers.”

The love and respect the two business owners show for our Ogden community, as well as the admiration for their employees, were apparent.

“My job is to really fix the culture, and if I fix the culture and can have people come to work and have a good day, so do I,” Amy Wanderely-Britt said. “People, Process and Prosperity.”

Don’t forget to also check out WB’s Sippin’ Pretty every Saturday night at 7 p.m. for a cocktail and drag show.