If you haven't heard about it yet, The Foodie space is a place where playing with your food is encouraged, it's very interactive, very much like Madame Tussaud's in Hollywood only with huge food art pieces instead of wax sculptures of the stars; so If your a foodie or secretly always wanted to be, here's your chance to do it all for the Gram.
I love that unlike the other pop-up museums I've visited, The Foodie Space has an intimate art gallery feel, that's because the space they're in is actually a museum, It used to be the space of The Pasadena Museum of California Art, so it's a very fitting location. The other thing I really enjoyed about visiting The Foodie Space is that because of the art gallery layout you're able to start your experience wherever you'd like and you can revisit the art, if you've ever attended other pop-up museums such as this, you know that's not always the case. Other Pop-ups herd you like cows from one room to another trying to keep it moving; It all moves forward, never backwards and it all feels very rushed. So, I was very pleased that I was able to spend as much time as I wanted trying to get that cute shot with the art, not that I needed a lot of time, but it was nice to know that I could if I needed to.