Pop-up shop

. October 17, 2012.
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Current interviews Jeremy Friedland of Enjoy

Pop-up gelato? Where'd you get that idea?

The idea came from other pop-up style restaurants around Ann Arbor and others we've read about in LA and NYC. I personally love the excitement and challenges pop-up restaurants pose. For example, each site will have a different atmosphere which allows us to create a unique experience each time.

Who taught you how to make gelato?

Brad is our resident "Chef," he picked up pointers from friends, but he is mostly self taught, just from trying recipes and tweaking them. A lot of research and testing goes into making our unique flavors.

You have some awesome flavors like, carrot cake and Lucky Charms. Have you ever tried a flavor that flopped?

Yes. Brad once made a salt and pepper cucumber that was disgusting. Needless to say it went straight in the trash.

What if I want a pint now? Do I have to wait for an event to pop-up?

On our website we list all of the flavors from our first event. Currently the best way to place an order for a pint is by sending an email to hello@enjoygelato.com.

Their next event is on October 28 at 7pm. Check out the website for flavors.

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