Fat Tuesday Feast & Fête Pop-Up Dinner
What is a "Pop-Up Dinner"? It's an underground, random dinner held in a random location. "Pop-up" dinners are happening in big cities nationwide and now they are coming to UConn. Pop-up restaurants have been popular since the 2000s in Britain and Australia. "Pop-up" dinners typically make use of social media to alert diners of their undisclosed location of the meal. In large cities "Pop-up restaurants", are an effective way for young chefs to gain exposure of their skills in the culinary field. Pop-up restaurants have been hailed as useful for chefs, allowing them to utilize underused kitchen facilities. Here at UConn, Dining Services wants to utilize this concept in a fun way to show off the culinary talents of our catering staff. Video »
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