Pop-up restaurants may not be new to the culinary scene at large, but the geographic concentration of their popularity is an ever-changing trend that continues to shift each year. RELATED • Nancy Kruse, Bret Thorn on better burgers • Q&A: Alfredo Sandoval talks new restaurant ventures • More restaurant industry food and beverage news Pop-ups have spent the last few summers keeping hungry foodies busy and buzzing in major cities like New York, Los ...

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