This is not a pop-up, it's a permanent establishment, but it earns its place on this site because it came out of a pop-up concept, The Stew House, and it embodies many elements that you find in pop-ups.
"Since The Dead Dolls Club started in 2010 as a Hackney based design studio it’s cast its net into art galleries, interiors, pop-up restaurants, and as purveyors of great parties. Following the huge success of The Stew House in winter 2011 and The Summer Affair with London Fields Brewery this summer, The Dead Dolls Club is to bring together the best elements of past events under one roof.
A quintessentially British, market-led menu of daily stews and ‘with-custard’ desserts. Expect Beef & Ale stew accompanied by freshly made bread followed by bread & butter pudding.
Keeping it local, beers are coming from London Fields Brewery, and a monthly cocktail menu will be designed by guest mixologists from the likes of Little Bird gin and the boys at Sipsmith.
Clear the tables for party weekends at The Dead Dolls Club Dalston, long term resident BexTBX will be smashing up the weekends from 9pm.
428 Kingsland Road will bridge the gap between the Dalston-Shoreditch divide to introduce an experimental design concept, blurring the boundary between illustration and installation."
When - Opens 19th October 2012, Tuesday - Sunday (until 2am on Friday and Saturday nights)
Where - THE DEAD DOLLS CLUB, 428 KINGSLAND ROAD, E8 4AA
Link - The Dead Dolls Club