Eat and Drink NYC dining pop-ups to know: Sabbia, Surf Shack, Bocadillo Bar and more By Meredith Deliso email@example.com May 11, 2017 4:33 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Spring brings with it a slew of pop-up dining experiences in the city. From Italian seaside inspiration to the return of an annual outdoor market, here’s where to eat this season and into the summer. Seaside vibes: Sabbia at Eataly Flatiron Photo Credit: Tanya Maithai You know summer’s close when Eataly’s rooftop restaurant has morphed into an Italian seaside pop-up. New this time around, find a large rosé menu (more than 50 wines) and frozen cocktails like frosé and frozen Negroni, as well as a bruschetta bar and softshell crabs. Grab some shade at one of the cabanas and feel like you’re on the Italian coast. Now throughout the summer; 200 Fifth Ave., 212-937-8910, eataly.com Beach vibes: Surf Shack at the Arlo SoHo Photo Credit: Katie June Burton Goodstory, the seasonal bar atop the Arlo SoHo hotel, is ready for the summer. For the warmer months, the bar is bringing beach vibes with the pop-up Surf Shack, complete with an outdoor grill, frozen cocktails, an oyster and rosé station, summer fare such as carnitas tacos and a burger with avocado and baja sauce (pictured), and even blow-up kiddie pools. Now throughout the summer; 231 Hudson St., 212-342-7000, arlohotels.com Sandwich vibes: ocadillo Bar at Amada Photo Credit: Katie June Burton There’s a new spot for lunch downtown. Jose Garces’ Brookfield Place restaurant recently launched a casual sandwich pop-up adjacent to Amada. During the day, nine different Spanish-inspired sandwiches are offered. At night, the space transforms into a wine bar, with rare Spanish wines accompanied by tapas, charcuterie, cheese and small sandwiches. Now throughout the summer; 250 Vesey St., 212-542-8947, amadarestaurant.com Park vibes: Mad. Sq. Eats Photo Credit: Erin Kestenbaum The latest popup from the Urbanspace team will set up in Worth Square, next to Madison Square Park, with 25 dining options. New vendors at the annual market include Make Sandwich, Coney Shack and kBBQ by Korilla, alongside veterans Melt Bakery and Roberta’s (pictured). May 13-June 9 daily; Fifth Avenue between 25th and 26th streets, urbanspacenyc.com/mad-sq-eats By Meredith Deliso firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.