A pop-up with free food and beer? Sure, why not?
Cooking Channel is hosting its Summer Eats Pop-Up at Williamsburg’s Smorgasburg today between 1 and 5pm, giving away buffalo wings, quesadillas, pulled pork sandwiches and beer from Brooklyn Brewery. The pop-up will then hit the road stopping at five cities across to country to celebrate the channel’s second birthday.
Chelsea will play host to a unique pop-up food market called Superdupermarket from July 13 to 15. Organized by Paper Magazine editor Kim Hastreiter who is giving every vendor free space under the condition they must “sell something amazing,” the incredible line-up includes local restaurants Red Rooster, The Spotted Pig and Fat Radish, alongside San Francisco’s Tartine Bakery, Boulette’s Larder, Miette Candy and many more. Superdupermarket, 410 West 16th St, July 13-15 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Eleven Madison Park’s forager Kyle Fiasconaro is starting a series of pop-up dinners on Long Island called Lost and Found with other local chefs, offering a four-course farm-to-table dinner for $45. Email lostandfoundrestaurant@gma