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Food

Zero Waste Dining

Zero Waste Dinning

Brighton’s newest restaurant SILO has adopted an interesting slant on sustainable behaviour by utilizing a pre-industrial food system which generates zero waste. Sounds great,but what does it all mean?

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Donuts In A Car Wash

Underwest Donut

Eateries are constantly popping up in the most unlikely of places, the latest of which calls a car wash its home. Parked inside Westside Highway Car Wash, you will find Underwest Donut where Scott Levine, cake enthusiast, created a mini, pastry paradise after ditching his job as a sous chef.

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  • Benches­Collective Turns Streets Into A Giant Outdoor Café

    BankjesCollectief

    Every first Sunday of the month, the BankjesCollectief (BenchesCollective) turns the streets of Amsterdam into the ‘largest’ outdoor café in the world. The owners of the benches decide what they offer and the visitors determine the value afterwards. Of course, the offerings can be food and drinks, but also activities like salsa classes, knitting workshops, and (clothing) swap sessions.

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  • Fish And Chips From A Rooftop Farm

    Fish & Chips

    We have seen plenty rooftop farming initiatives over the past years here on Pop-Up City, but this one takes the ideas about farming and repurposing rooftops to a new level. Something & Son have initiated a peculiar sustainable farming project on the roof of a building in Folkestone, UK. The designers grow fish and other crops behind the facade of a characteristic fish and chips restaurant.

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    Food To Go, Brought To You

    Asking the public what change they wanted to see, the City of Sydney Council say that one of the most heard responses was for "more food options late at night"

    What began as a one year trial with nine food trucks operating around Sydney has now grown into a huge city-wide service. Asking the public what change they wanted to see in the city, the City of Sydney Council say that one of the most resounding responses was for “more food options late at night”. And so the Sydney Food Trucks project began.

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