Pop-ups

Death Row Dinners pop-up comes under fire

The Death Row Dinners website featured images of 'inmates' with details of their final meal requests around their neck

The organisers of a death row themed pop-up restaurant in London’s Hoxton Square have apologised after the concept provoked a furious backlash. 

Featherblade will be setting up in the Star of Bethnal Green pub from September to January

Featherblade pop-up to open in East London

KERB recently launched a new Saturday market (KERB Saturdays) to reach new customers

KERB partners with NCASS to increase street food safety

Box-ticking: Pitmans says businesses need to take steps to protect themselves legally when expanding

From start-up to global chain: Law firm provides hospitality checklist

A crèpe and a glass of Krug Grande Cuvée Champagne will cost £35

Pierre Koffmann plans Covent Garden ‘Kreperie’

Disco Bistro, which has enjoyed incarnations at The Rising Sun in St Paul's and at Skate at King's Cross, could become a permanent fixture in East London and beyond

Carl Clarke plans to turn Disco Bistro into permanent, multi-site restaurant brand

Joho Soho uses seasonal ingredients and Vivek Singh’s famous creativity to deliver restaurant-quality food on-the-move

Going mobile: Restaurants realise pop-up potential

A new report, based on research of food businesses such as MeatLiquor, has given the Government and local councils a six-point plan to help support start-up companies

A Steak in the Economy: Government warned not to overlook food start-up businesses

Street Kitchen Shoreditch has space for 50 diners within a covered seating area, with space for more if needed

Street Kitchen parks up in east London ahead of Shoreditch Village development

Street smart: Pop-up restaurants allow an operator to trial a concept while raising brand awareness

Pop-up to permanent: The lasting legacy of temporary restaurants

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