The Perci Pop-up Tour rolls on, and our next stop is one we’ve been looking forward to for a long time. It’s been described as the UK’s happiest city, it’s got eight miles (mom’s spaghetti) of beach, it’s got piers all over the gaff, culture to spare, and it’s home to the Premier League’s only football team to employ a 1960s mod as their manager.
You didn’t think we’d do a tour of the UK and not come to Brighton, did you? We couldn’t and wouldn’t do that. We’re gonna be in town from June 7th–19th. Here’s some spots we’ll be checking out whilst we’re in town.
Supported by The Out.
Lovely little coffee joint centered around brunch and good vibes, which are, in our opinion, the best kind of vibes. Also only a couple of doors down from our pop-up site!
Plateau serve natural wine and cocktails, as well as small plates made from fresh local produce. Yes, please. Also, their website features a photo of an extremely chubby dog. Worth a look.
ONCA opened in November 2012, as a space dedicated to showcasing people who want to bring about positive change in the world, whether that be through performance, as a gallery space, or pretty much any medium imaginable. It’s name is from the latin name for jaguar (panthera onca), and its origin story, which involves founder Laura Coleman befriending a puma called Wayra in the Amazon jungle, is fascinating.
Brighton Beach House
Soho House just landed on the seafront. If you take a close look at the cocktail menu at Soho House, you’ll notice a little lemon-based concoction called a Casa Picante. That name might ring a bell with you. It should. We can neither deny nor confirm that we love this cocktail so much that we named a piece of knitwear after it. Give it a try and make your own mind up.
Check out the banana pool designed by artist David Shrigley.
Shop Percival’s Spring Summer collections in-store from 7th – 19th June at:
5 Hanningtons Lane
Monday – Saturday 10-6