Restaurant investment platform EquityEats (launched October 2014) has big plans for the future. They are in talks to open a pop-up restaurant space to give potential investors the chance to sample food (and meet the chefs) behind the restaurants they’re backing. EquityEats will purchase the space at 918 F St. NW, the former location of LivingSocial. The five-story building could host up to five different restaurant concepts simultaneously. Four proposed concepts have sought out funding: a bakery, a lobster-and-burger joint, a farm-to-table restaurant and a seafood spot. As of January, none of them have reached their investment goals. Revenue from pop-up dinners will be shared between EquityEats and entrepreneurs. The company also plans to make extra space available to other aspiring restaurateurs not using EquityEats to find funding.