Anchorage is finally hip -- we now have what is probably our first pop-up restaurant, also known as a supper club.

If you're unfamiliar with this concept let me explain: A chef, or a few of them, open a temporary restaurant. It could be at someone's house, a warehouse, a park -- anywhere, really. They start cooking and keep it going until customers no longer come, or the restaurant becomes a permanent brick-and-mortar fixture.

Harvest. (the period is part of the name) sits at 508 W. 6th Ave., just south of Downtown Anchorage’s commercial dining core along 5th Avenue.

The new restaurant was opened by Nathan Dolphin-Chavie and Joshua Plesh. Nathan is from Anchorage; he says his parents are really excited he's back home after living in Los Angeles.

Dolphin-Chavie and Plesh got $5,000 in start-up money from a Kickstarter campaign, and they're now cooking at a former tapas restaurant. You’ll need reservations to get in during the restaurant’s eclectic hours on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays -- there's only seating for 12, so you'll share one of two tables if your party doesn't take up the entire six top.

Harvest. usually charges about $95 per person for a prix fixe menu that includes dessert, three cocktails and six to seven courses. The menu changes weekly, depending on what's in season, and you won't know what you'll get until the day of your reservation.

"It is a gamble," Plesh said, "but we're going to try to take care of everyone and hopefully they'll leave happy."

"Oh, they'll leave happy," Dolphin-Chavie said.

The duo says they'll keep the pop-up restaurant going as long as there are customers.

"What we love the most is feeding people and enjoying their company and making people happy," Dolphin-Chavie said. "For me, that is what makes cooking worth it."

While Harvest. is already booked through the rest of the month, the restaurant’s website says it plans to start taking July reservations for 7 p.m. seatings soon.