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Inside Look: pop-up restaurant Gypsy Caravan


An outdoor space previously occupied by food trucks and street food vendors has morphed into a whimsical cave full of flowers, lanterns and other-worldy charm

Pop-up restaurant Gypsy Caravan

Husband-and-wife hospo dream team Annelise and Ryan Clarke have transformed the space formerly occupied by The Street Food Collective (which they own, as well as restaurant Miss Moonshine’s) into a pop-up restaurant offering North African, Greek, Turkish and Moroccan fare.

Words by: Kristina Rapley. Photography by: Josh Griggs.

An outdoor space previously occupied by food trucks and street food vendors has morphed into a whimsical cave full of flowers, lanterns and other-worldy charm

Pop-up restaurant Gypsy Caravan

Husband-and-wife hospo dream team Annelise and Ryan Clarke have transformed the space formerly occupied by The Street Food Collective (which they own, as well as restaurant Miss Moonshine’s) into a pop-up restaurant offering North African, Greek, Turkish and Moroccan fare.

Words by: Kristina Rapley. Photography by: Josh Griggs.

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