From Lone Fine Dining Restaurants to Interim Industrial Eateries

By: Laura McQuarrie - Oct 28, 2014
If there's one kind of pop-up shop that's bound to appeal to anyone, it's a food pop-up shop. These examples of creative pop-up restaurants, cafes and diners make sure that the experience of eating is not just about the food.

Due to the temporary nature of a pop-up location, it certainly doesn't have to be made out of expensive materials in order to be impressive, as proven by The Trash Cafe, which is entirely made from upcycled finds. Another unique way to go about hosting a pop-up experience is to do something like dishwashing liquid brand Mir did and host a temporary experience in another permanent restaurant, provided they are generous enough to lend out the space.