Pop-up restaurants have been growing in popularity in major cities across the country. These temporary restaurants set up shop for hours, days or weeks in various locations such as restaurants that close at night, commercial food establishments, hotel lobbies, etc.
These short-term restaurants are a great way for chefs to get to know the market in which they would like to open a restaurant, test dishes, and acquire a following without having to invest in opening at a permanent location.
Cities like New York, Boston, Los Angeles, San Diego, New Orleans, Chicago, and Portland are all known for pop-up restaurants and the trend is catching in Las Vegas. Project Dinner Table blends excellent cuisine, community connection, and charity with its monthly pop-up community series.
Do you know of any other pop-up restaurants in Las Vegas?