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Top 4 Melbourne Pop Up Venues

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by Gen Wilson (subscribe)
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Published October 29th 2012
Pop up isn't just about kids books anymore
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Pop Up is no longer just about kids books.

Has anyone else noticed a massive increase in "pop up" venues around Melbourne? There are pop up vege patches, pop up shows, pop up markets and pop up cafes. So which pop up spots should you keep an eye out for?

Pop Up Retro Market

The Pop Up Retro Market sells handpicked vintage items from the U.K, Germany, Italy, Spain and the U.S.A. Clothing is very reasonably priced. The next market is due to be held during Melbourne Music Week from the 16th until the 24th of November. The location is to be revealed here on the 16th of November.

Pop Up Patch @ Fed Square

The Pop Up Patch can be found in the rooftop carpark behind Fed Square. It consists of over 140 do it yourself vegetable patches in apple crates. Patches are leased to restaurants at Fed Square and the public. There's a community demonstration plot and shop where you can get information and buy seeds and gardening tools.

Pop Up Patch
Check out the Pop Up Patch @ Fed Square

Barrel Hall Pop Up Bar

The Barrel Hall Pop Up Bar on Brunswick Street features food, wine and beer. Patrons are encouraged to drop in for a chat and a bite to eat or attend one of the food and wine events. If you want to pop along you better hurry though, the bar closes on the 4th of November.

Pop Up Chinatown Treats

Pop Up Chinatown Treats occurs on the third Friday of the month on Heffernan Lane between 4pm and 6pm. Visitors can try all sorts of small, delicious delights including dumplings, rice noodles, satays and cakes.

If you know of more pop up venues we would love to hear from you. Please type you pop up finds in the comment box below.
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Where: Around Melbourne
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