Asia Dogs being served to waiting patrons. Photos: Michael Nagle
Asia Dogs, hot dogs with Asian condiments and toppings.
Food being prepared at Vietnamese pop-up, BEP.
Until recently the term, "pop-up", conjured up images of retail stores selling men's and women's apparel. That's all about to change if this new trend catches on - pop-up restaurants.
It's not a completely original idea, when you consider there are chefs who throw private dinners at undisclosed locations almost any night of the week. What is original about these restaurants is the locations are disclosed and open to the public.
For a limited period of time, some restaurants are allowing some of your other favorite eateries to serve their food at their location. You may find a Manhattan restaurant allowing a Brooklyn restaurant to set up for a few days and serve from that location.
If you're going to be in the Williamsburg section(Brooklyn) or at the Whitney Museum of Art(Manhattan), you could be in luck.