Pop-Up Restaurant With Beach Views and No Kitchen
A disused space on the IJburg island of Amsterdam turns beach-side pop-up restaurant to highlight the capacity of the sharing economy
IJburg Serveert is a beach-side pop-up restaurant that draws on the capacity of the sharing economy by having locals cook for patrons. The pop-up event took place in an abandoned part of one of IJburg’s islands in Amsterdam. Instead of having a chef cook from an on-site kitchen, the food was prepared by locals in their own homes, then delivered to the restaurant through cyclists.
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