Pop-Up Restaurants

What is our Pop-up Restaurant Concept about?  

Chef Inspired Creations takes a “Here today, gone tomorrow” approach which is what will differentiate us from other local concepts.   Using modern gastronomic warfare and underground culinary tactics joined by the element of surprise and mind blowing imaginations we harass larger and less-mobile restaurants, thereby creating memorable culinary and social experiences that disappear faster than you can text your family and friends telling them to come tomorrow.  If you are “in the know” then you’ll know not to miss out on possibly a once in a life time experience created  by these deeply inspired culinary masterminds.


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Definition by Wikipedia:

Pop-up restaurant

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Pop-up restaurants, also called supper clubs, are temporary restaurants. These restaurants often operate from a private home, former factory or similar and during festivals.

Pop-up restaurants have been popular in the 2000s in Britain but they are not a new phenomenon. Pop up restaurants have existed in the United States and Cuba.[1] Diners typically make use of social media, such as the blogosphere and Twitter, to follow the movement of these restaurants and make online reservations.[2]

Pop up restaurants, like food trucks, are an ideal way to gain exposure of young professionals’ skills in the field of hospitality in order to get investors and attention to open a restaurant or another culinary concept.

Pop-up restaurants have been hailed as useful for younger chefs, allowing them to utilize underused kitchen facilities and “experiment without the risk of bankruptcy”.[2]

Notable chefs and restaurateurs who have opened pop-up restaurants include: