A UK resident names Ben Spier recently decided to put one of the virtually unused UK telephone booths to good use by turning it into a pop-up salad shop. While some companies have proposed turning the iconic red phone booths into temporary work spaces, it seems that they may also have a future as convenient food kiosks.
To create his pop-up salad shop, Spier teamed up with the Red Kiosk Company, which is a service that allows entrepreneurs to rent out refurbished telephone booths for a small monthly fee. Through his partnership with the Red Kiosk Company, Spier was able to turn a phone booth in London's Bloomsbury Square into a mega-refrigerator. This allows Spier to sell his organic, seasonal salads to passersby two days a week.
With the rising popularity of pop-up restaurants, Spier's Salads demonstrates how nearly any venue can be turned into a functional eatery.
This Pop-Up Salad Shop is Housed Inside an Old UK Telephone Booth
Katherine Pendrill — May 11, 2016 — Lifestyle
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