Pop Up Lunch is transformation after my own heart:
I am exploring how nontraditional public spaces — like sidewalks — might be easily transformed into lively places to lunch. This blog follows a series of Pop Up Lunches I have staged (some big, some small) and my development of mobile eating tools designed for the sidewalks of NYC. Ultimately, I hope that my efforts might inspire even a handful of my fellow urbanites to reconsider the potential for lunch — to be a joyful daily event — and for the sidewalks of NYC to serve as more than just pathways.
As someone who, every day, must set her coffee down on a standpipe just to open the office door, I especially appreciated the appropriation of Lunch Ledge Evolved, the Hooktastic, the progress of Test Run. Or perhaps New Yorkers just drink a lot of coffee.