Pop-up dinners haven’t exactly hit peak popularity in Dallas in the way that they have in other cities, but there are still plenty of chefs who are cooking up creative dishes outside of the traditional restaurant setting.
Ever since Chef David Temple settled into Twenty Seven in Deep Ellum and Cafe Momentum found a permanent home downtown, the Dallas pop-up scene has been a little sparse. With the exception of former MasterChef contestants Ben Starr and Jennie Kelley’s wildly-popular Frank. underground dinners, most of Dallas’ pop-up dinners are one-offs, spontaneous collaborations between friendly chefs.
Now, pop-up dinners are starting to become more common. Put these five new Dallas and Fort Worth pop-up concepts on your radar, and expect more out-of-the-box offerings in the coming months.
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