The pop-up starts on December 6 and runs through December 23 (Wednesday through Sunday only), with hours from noon to 9 p.m.After that, fans will just have to wait for the official restaurant opening in 2018.
Going along for the ride According to , Magic Mountain is looking to up its food offerings.
The Six Flags amusement park has been slowly upgrading its menus across the board, with hopes of luring in a whole new generation of conscious diners across the Southland.
While grabbing a Cruze Farm ice cream at the Dogwood Arts Festival on Friday, we got the scoop on the opening date and location for the dairy's pop-up ice cream shop in downtown Knoxville."Cruze Farm Opening May 18," says the receipt of our purchase, which is how Cruze Farm is revealing the details this weekend on Market Square. Gay St., and one of the Cruze Farm Girls said the location is "where the old Archer's Barbecue used to be."When asked about a permanent location, the employees said they couldn't reveal any details, but said info on that would be revealed in June.
)You can find Cruze Farm ice cream, other food trucks, arts and crafts booths, music and more all weekend at the Dogwood Arts Festival on Market Square.
Roberta’s arrives Los Angeles now has an official opening date for the truncated pizza pop-up by the Roberta’s team out of Brooklyn.
Like the previous effort, a group of pizzamakers from the New York City shop will be on hand turning out individual blistered pies from an oven outside, right next door to Hayden.'These little DIY social clubs are very inspiring to me because with not a lot of money and an idea these people make their dream space happen – and I've always wanted to do something like that.' As a result, Rose built his very own art bar, dubbed La Rosa Social Club, that was open until Sunday inside a warehouse in the downtown Arts District.'LA is a hard town to see people in because it's so spread out; so I thought with the fair in town it was an easy way to get people together to meet and exchange ideas.' The bar is located in the front section of the new Project Space from Kinfolk and LA creative agency Alldayeveryday, which has worked with everyone from The Standard hotels and Alexander Wang to Janelle Monáe and KAWS.'It was just this abandoned space with all this wood from the factory they had demo'd, so they offered us a space and we used all that garbage wood to build the bar,' explains Rose, who hand-painted nearly every surface, including much of the thrift store furniture, vases and lamps brought in by the design team he uses on his films.'From an architectural standpoint it told us what it wanted to be, which was kind of cool.' Rose calls the resulting aesthetic – from the illuminated milk crate bar and checkerboard floors to the bottles holding fresh flowers and faux-brick fort-like superstructure – 'Tijuana Modernism' and he's ratcheted up the artistic quotient by inviting a number of artists to intervene on the space.Simply double-click the downloaded file to install it.