Yes, 5,000 people, all dressed in white, got together for the world’s largest outdoor popup restaurant in NYC last night. The location was a secret until the last moment. Guests for Tuesday’s Diner en Blanc (that’s french for Dinner in White, y’all) showed up at one of 24 designated spots where the secret venue was disclosed. Then, dining and dancing and drinking and talking at Pier 26 on the Hudson River in Tribeca. It was BYO–everything, including food, booze, tables, chairs –even silverware and candles. Of course, there were no waitstaff, so they had to clean up after themselves too. Each participant pre-registered for the event, and paid $30. It all started in Paris in 1988 and has expanded to 60 cities on five continents, but organizers say the one in New York is the largest with more than 125,000 people signing up this year.