Pop Up Restaurants

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Pop Up Restaurants

The pop-up trend is growing epidemically within the gastronomic world of the most important cities around the world. They are called pop ups because they suddenly appear in unsuspected places and their permanence has an expiration date. The exclusivity that comes with enjoying something others won’t be able to before it disappears are these restaurants’ strength, as they are continually reinvented and represent a commitment to something different.

Pop Up Restaurants

MUTA

Although its location is always the same, its offer changes every time, converting each stint into a new experience with an uncertain duration.

www.muta.bar

Pop Up Restaurants

GINGERLINE

Its founders took the first step by organising dinners in incredible settings, like the hidden corners of the East London tube line in London.

www.gingerline.co.uk

Pop Up Restaurants

DINNER IN THE SKY

Dinner in the Sky is an exceptional project designed for anyone who wants to transform an ordinary meal or meeting into a magical event.

www.dinnerinthesky.com

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LA COCINA CLANDESTINA

Thanks to Anilú Cigüeñas, hundreds of strangers have shared a table (and extended after-dinner conversation) in Spain, Portugal, the United States, Peru and Italy.

www.lacocinaclandestina.com

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WE POP

They organise gastronomic happenings in very original and authentic spaces with an expiration date; one of these “now or never” experiences.

facebook.com/we.pop.BCN

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THE TABLE BY

Pioneers in organising pop-up restaurants, their new project includes six new restaurants curated by gastronome Alejandra Ansón.

www.esmejor.es

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PRET A DINER

Self-proclaimed organisers of “social experiences”, consisting of dinner for a few nights by Michelin-starred chefs.

www.pretadiner.com