The patrons of a pop-up restaurant will be much more forgiving about the decor of a restaurant, so the emphasis must be on food and service. Owners may want to practice a little spin on traditional foods in order to distinguish their restaurant from others in the area. For example, a restaurant can serve mostly American food, but the chef can also put his own twist on dishes depending on the size of the restaurant.
Chefs should also think outside the box when it comes to where the setup is. An old barn just outside the city that turns into a pop-up restaurant is not only romantic, it’s also a unique idea that’s easy to tell others about. Apart from abandoned barns or alleyways, owners could also rent existing restaurants that may sometimes be empty.