You may have noticed a proliferation of so-called pop-up restaurants. This relatively new trend allows owners to test out new concepts or offer a chance for diners to try something new without the sometimes exorbitant costs involved with opening a full-fledged, brick and mortar location. Think of them as the evolution of food trucks.
In most cases, pop-up restaurants are a temporary location usually found within larger, established restaurants, hotels, bars, or even the chef’s home. Their duration can be as short as a day or months and they also make for a great way to test out dishes and receive real-world feedback regarding the menu before taking the plunge and opening a restaurant.
In addition to gaining an audience eager to provide their comments on the food, pop-up restaurants also allow the flexibility to experiment with different pricing options. Once it’s time to check out, you’ll notice that most, if not all of them make us of a modern POS system.
If you’re thinking about launching your own pop-up, contact us to learn more about how On The Fly can help.
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