The highly-anticipated food hall 'R. House' recently announced plans to create a pop-up kitchen that will give chefs a place to test out different dishes. In recent years, pop-ups have become a popular way for chef to experiment with dishes that they might not be ready to add to their permanent menu. This rotating kitchen concept will give chefs a new place to test out their latest concepts.
The pop-up kitchen will be a permanent stall located in Baltimore's R. House food hall. The pop-up kitchen will allow chefs to set up shop for anywhere from one week to two months at a time. During this time, chefs will be able to test out new ideas and also gain exposure in a new market without the commitment of opening up a restaurant.
With 350 seats inside the new food hall, the chef-driven pop-up will provide a great venue for testing experimental dishes.