Lego Has Disavowed a New Pop-Up Bar Made of Legos
What was once known as Legobar has since changed its name to ‘thebrickbars’.
HIV-Positive Chefs Team Up to End Stigma
A recent survey suggests half of Canadians wouldn't eat food prepared by a HIV-positive individual. June's Eatery wants to change that.
Meet the Woman Who Is Redefining Modern Sichuanese Cuisine
What's wrong with mapo ragu? At Jenny Gao's pop-up supper club Fly by Jing, Sichuan tradition blends with influences from all over China and the globe.
This Mobile Bakery Is Popping Up at Tokyo's All-Night Dance Floors
Nachopan is a one-woman pop-up bakery, and flyers for parties at Tokyo clubs list her food alongside the names of headlining DJs.
New York’s Biggest Food Waste Chef Is Bringing Pulp Burgers to London
We spoke to chef and food waste campaigner Dan Barber about wastED, his new London pop-up that serves dishes made with produce that would have otherwise been chucked.
It Takes Years to Make a Good Tibetan Dumpling
Momos, the dumplings of Tibet, look deceptively simple to make. But as Alex Lobsang of East London pop-up The Momo Shack shows me, there’s real skill in getting them right.
Why Detroit-Area Dive Bars Are Serving Some of the Best Food Around
The pop-ups in the bars of Hamtramck—a tiny, dense, and poor immigrant enclave physically surrounded by Detroit—offer real eating at a low price in a city otherwise short on culinary variety and cash.
What Happened When LA’s Most Notorious Taco Truck Came to London
This weekend, Wesley Avila of LA’s Guerrilla Tacos cooked a three-day, mezcal- and meat-laden feast with Breddos Tacos, a newly opened taqueria.
Wesley Avila and Nud Dudhia
Barter For Coffee at this Brooklyn Pop-Up, Because Brooklyn
A new art exhibition and pop-up coffee co-op in Brooklyn is creating a conversation about coffee and currency by letting visitors barter for their morning brew.
These Ex-Noma Chefs Are Throwing a Pop-Up on Mount Everest
One Star House Party, a 20-month, 20-nation roving pop-up restaurant, will embrace the cuisines of Kenya, Oman, India, Iceland, and Nepal—on the barren slopes of Mount Everest, no less.
This Restaurant Packs Up and Moves Cities Every Few Months
Jackson Berg and Conor Sheehan launched Xiringuito in Margate this June. Then they closed, packed up the restaurant’s specially designed tent structure, and opened all over again in Liverpool last month.
Want to Eat a Noma-Level Meal on Mount Everest? Now You Can
Unlike most dining experience, the Base Camp leg of this culinary tour will last a whopping 14 days. In addition to an insane travel experience, the trek promises to offer a glimpse into the psyche of a presumably obsessive and adventurous chef.
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