If you’ve had your fill of German beer and enormous pretzels, check out these pop-ups to complete your fall experience.
The Southern pecan and pumpkin flavors are like fall in a cup. The shop rotates about five flavors daily. If you haven’t tasted Talenti, you are in for a treat; it’s noticeably creamier than most. Hurry, they pack up Oct. 10.Bryant Park, 41 W. 40th St.
Twenty years after its premiere, the “Friends” frenzy is still going strong. Until Oct. 18, you can feel like one of the "Friends" (my favorite is Monica) by hanging out in a replica of their favorite cafe, complete with the orange couch, plus contests, sing-alongs and giveaways. The best part: The Eight O'Clock Coffee drinks are free.199 Lafayette St.
This fair brings together some of NYC’s best food, vintage clothing and jewelry alongside food trucks for great affordable grub (try a pumpkin pie sno-cone from Handsome Dan’s). The fair ends Oct. 25 and is closed Oct. 11-12.Hester and Essex streets
In celebration of its 25th anniversary, Cat is showcasing fashionable footwear for men and women. The pop-up shop is open Oct. 21-29 and will include hand-painted shoes and pink work boots.Corner of Lexington Avenue & 47th Street
Monica DiNatale is a deals expert, food host and author of “365 Guide New York City,” a treasure trove of restaurant deals and bar specials in New York. Monica has hosted segments for The New York Chocolate Show and Craft Beer Week festivals. She dines out eight days a week in search of the best deals in the Big Apple. “365 Guide New York City” is available in paperback and e-book.