Top 5 Pop Up Restaurants Brighton July 2016
We Love Brighton – in partnership with Tabl.com – brings you a monthly round-up of the best pop-up restaurants Brighton has to offer. So get ready for the best dinner dates in town with the help of our Top 5 pop up restaurants Brighton July 2016!
ISAAC at Gloucester Street: A 5 course Menu Inspired by the Agricultural Bounty of the Sussex Downs
Throughout July | 7pm | £45 | Brighton
Isaac has teamed up with George and Nima to create a series of unforgettable fine dining pop ups. A week before each event the three chefs will source and sample seasonal ingredients to create a 5-course dinner menu – the dishes will be created just days before the event, making it a truly unique experience. And that’s not all; the food will be prepared in front of the guests with chefs introducing the story behind their selected ingredients. Be sure to book tickets ASAP!
Cook Greek: A Charity Supper Club
15th July | 7:30pm | £25 | Hove
Where great food meets a great cause – Cook Greek is hosting a charity supper club to raise money for refugee children in Greece. All profits will go to the Praksis Organisation, which offers support to many refugee projects in Greece. As for the menu, chef Katerina will be preparing authentic Greek dishes, based on her family recipes and fresh ingredients.
August 7th | 6pm | £20 | Brighton
Movies and pies? Yes, please! 88 London Road has teamed up with Tabl to take you on an international movie tour accompanied by veg and meat pies, courtesy of the lovely Humble Pies. The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Dessert will be playing a classic road movie, honouring the Brighton Pride Parade. Tickets are £20, which includes film entry, a pie and a Pago Pineapple juice.
Peruvian Pop Up and Pisco Club: Authentic Peruvian Sunday Lunch with Pisco Cocktail and Wine Included
July 17th | 1:30pm | £40 | Brighton and Hove
For all you Peruvian food fans out there, this is one event you surely can’t miss out on! Join in for an evening of authentic Peruvian food prepared with love by a true Peruvian mama. The menu includes traditional pisco sour cocktail, fish ceviche and a taster of three classic Peruvian dishes.
Dine at 39: Sociable Summer Dining
July 22nd | 8pm | £35 | Brighton
Dine at 39 is hands down one of Brighton’s favourite supper clubs! With an emphasis on locality, freshness and simplicity, chef Paul’s food is always beautifully presented and big on flavour. The evening will start with cocktails and canapés, moving on to the three-course menu that includes fresh ravioli, guinea fowl and a zingy lemon tart. And best of all – it is BYOB.