An afternoon in Chelsea: pop-up shops, tiny art galleries, fake Davids, vintage jewelry, and curvaceous architecture.
This week, the pop-up piano installation/invasion makes it to Paris after stints in New York, London and Sà £o Paulo.
TSAI is a vegetarian pop-up that has been hosting dinners for close friends across the city. Recently the team cooked up Taiwanese brunch food and served it on Cabrini Bridge.
At 4 pm on Friday evening, invitees to Le Dîner à San Francisco received e-mailed instructions to convene at the Music Concourse, located between the DeYoung Museum and the Academy of Sciences.
Flash-mob, pop-up dinner in white comes to San Francisco next week.
Coffee never tasted so good than it did at The Steeping Room. While short lived, the pop-up provided an interesting space for people to learn and appreciate the art of brewing and the taste of unique flavors.
Invitations go out for the first New York City Dîner en Blanc but Untapped is already confirmed. Here are our recommendations on what to bring to the dinner!