Unexpected Cuisine: Pop-Up Dinners Abound in Central PA

Fly Magazine

June 29, 2015 By: Erin Dorney

The essence of a pop-up dinner is a temporary, communal meal served in a place that doesn’t normally host dinners. They sometimes focus on a certain theme or concept and are held in nontraditional locations like art galleries, co-ops, co-working spaces, teaching kitchens, bars, grocery stores, movie theaters or even outside. Pop-up dinners have been hosted in these very venues throughout Lancaster and York over the past three years. The trend, which began in larger cities and has blossomed along with the presence of social media (how most pop-up dinners are promoted), is here to stay.

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