All over the country, your favorite stores — and some new ones — are hitting the road! That's right, summertime means pop-up shop season, when brands of all kinds offer one-of-a-kind experiences at temporary brick-and-mortar locations. Mix things up this season and take advantage of these 10 limited-time-only offerings, from plant shops to ice cream playhouses.
Dirty Lemon — the beverage brand selling directly to customers via text message — opened Manhattan's first non-alcoholic cocktail bar. Open through Labor Day, The Drug Store will sell , as well as a few new ones like Iced Matcha and Sparkling Rose Lemonade. Be sure to for prime bar seats so you don't miss any of the celebrity bartenders, live DJs, and influencer appearances.
East Hampton's is hosting brand takeovers of its donation-based farm. From Thursday through Monday, starting July 1, brands like Diane Von Furstenberg, Homepolish, Outdoor Voices, Birchbox, L'Occitane, Amika and more will take over the farm stand to sell their goods. Proceeds will got to Bhumi Farms so they can continue donating their organic produce to New York charities. The last pop-up is slated for Labor Day weekend.
Gwyneth Paltrow's is making its mark on the Hamptons this summer! Goop MRKT is setting up shop in Amagansett from July 1 to August 20, and plans to stock beautiful home goods, clothes (with an emphasis on resort and swim), beauty products, and wellness essentials. Expect it all to be very Goop, with an emphasis on summertime goods that are good for the body and soul.
LA-based Cactus Store is setting up shop in New York City for the season. According to , the shop has gained popularity on Instagram for their rare and bizarre varieties of desert plants from around the world. The NYC set-up is located in a formerly-abandoned greenhouse in a Chinatown parking lot. Catch this urban oasis before they close up shop in October.
If you're a Sanrio geek, make sure to catch the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck this summer. This mobile eatery is decked out in Hello Kitty charm and serves up sweet treats and merchandise. Two identical trucks — one serving each coast — will hit up a new location every weekend.
If you make it out to Cali, check out the cartoon kitten's semi-permanent setup at Irvine Spectrum through July. Keep an eye on on Instagram for updates.
This new pop-up from Hermès welcomes fashion mavens to either bring an iconic scarf they already own, or purchase a new one and dip dye it fuchsia, violet or denim blue. The first stop was New York, but you can catch the moving attraction in D.C. in July, Nashville in October, and LA in November.
The Instagram-favorite museum had a previous residency in New York and has since moved to L.A. The features everything from a pool of sprinkles to a banana room to. It's basically the museum of your childhood dreams, and they've extended their time in California through October 16.
If you're spending your weekends in the Hamptons this summer, make sure to stop by Physique 57. While a workout might not be on the top of your list during vacation, a facial at the end might sweeten the deal. The fitness company has partnered with the skincare pros at Caudalie to offer 30-minute express facials from July 14 through 16.
Three adjacent bars in Washington, D.C., are being transformed into "Game of Thrones"-themed nightlife hotspots. From signature drinks to decor based on the hit TV series, these bars will be the perfect summer lounge for the ultimate "Game of Thrones" fan. Make sure to stop in before they close on August 27.
Back by popular demand! Magnum took over Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood last summer, and for 2017 they have set up their ice cream dipping bar in the Meatpacking District. Visitors can choose from vanilla or chocolate ice cream, dip it in milk, white, or dark chocolate, and choose three toppings from a seemingly endless list of options. The shop will be open until October.