Not only has the cuisine become more adventurous, so has the venues in which the food is served. Here, the table is set for a Mizu Salon pop up restaurant organized by Eat, the combination pop-up restaurant, food truck, and festival-planning company Gilson runs with business partner Aaron Cohen. Eat offers food in unusual venues. According to their website, "An Eat meal should be not only creative and fun, but also, fresh, local, and good. We want to feed you in unexpected places, and feed you well."