Sydney, we just discovered what you’re going to be doing Friday night.
Miss America’s Pop-Up Diner is dishing up the burgers/ fries/ corndogs of your dreams – sometimes all at once – and is quite possibly the best kept secret in the state.
Until now. Check out the FOOD.
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A quiet cafe during the day, the Riverwood restaurant turns into a jumping old-school American diner on Friday and Sunday nights; we’re talking pink flamingoes, high ponytails and Elvis blaring from the jukebox while customers tuck into chilli dogs, hot wings and apple pie.
It’s a slice of the American dream right here in Sydney.
“Wherever we went [in America] we enjoyed it, but my sister always said ‘it’s just not what I imagine’,” explained Alexis Barberakis, one half of the dup responsible for the pop-up. “‘I’m dreaming of this burger, and I want to create it’.
“I said, what the hey, let’s just do it.”
Her sister, Constance also revealed that they had “mimicked the sauce from America’s In-N-Out burger”, as if you needed any more convincing to check the place out.
Miss America’s Pop-Up Diner, at The Spot Caffe, Riverwood, is open Friday and Sunday nights from 6pm and, word of advice, it’s worth booking- the locals love it.