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Nakamura.ke Atlanta glow in the dark ramen pop-up

The world’s first glow-in-the-dark ramen pop-up is debuting in Atlanta

Atlanta will be the first city in the world to experience a glow-in-the-dark ramen restaurant before it heads out on a global tour. Nakamura.ke, an immersive pop-up dining experience from an international team of artists (including Atlanta’s own Zoo as Zoo and Dashboard), debuts on January 30 and runs on select dates through February 16.
Santa's Fantastical Atlanta

In Sandy Springs, Santa’s Fantastical is an Instagrammer’s Christmas dream

Reminiscent of the Museum of Ice Cream and Color Factory concepts in New York and Miami that have flooded many social media feeds, Santa’s Fantastical is divided into themed rooms with interactive components. It opens in Sandy Springs on November 16.
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3 shops with great pop-ups

We love it when retailers support indie makers, but the collaborations seem even more special when they host pop-up shops. Here are three places to find them.

New stores and holiday pop-ups arrive at Ponce City Market

Ponce City Market is getting ready for holiday shopping with a slew of openings and pop-ups this month—one of them from beloved local brand, Alternative.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Sunday Dinner: Eat Me Speak Me

From local tomatoes with coffee vinaigrette to wild catfish with oyster mushrooms, you can always count on something quirky and colorful from Jarrett Stieber, who operates this weekend pop-up out of the tiny kitchen of Candler Park’s Gato.
American Field

American Field pops up at Ponce City Market

“The Southeast is a cornerstone in the maker market,” says Mark Bollman, founder of American Field—a pop-up for made-in-the-USA goods, from vodka and jerky to loafers and watches.

Preview: Atlanta Streetcar pop-up shop “crawl”

The much-anticipated, long-delayed Atlanta Streetcar won’t be cranking to life until August—at the earliest. But fourteen pop-up shops along the route are launching into gear tomorrow.

No kitchen, no problem for chef Jarrett Stieber

Most pop-up restaurants—in which a chef typically takes over a professional kitchen for a night or two—serve as incubators or showcases. Traveling toques may want to drum up attention away from home, or cooks who dream of starting their own place might take over a friend’s stoves to grandstand their food. But Jarrett Stieber is the only chef in the city who makes running pop-ups his full-time living.

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