New restaurant and bar set to open in Brighton this summer

A sketch of the planned interior of Coppa Club Brighton
A sketch of the planned interior of Coppa Club Brighton

A new bar and restaurant which promises a ‘private members club experience, without the membership fees or snobbery’ is set to open in August.

Coppa Club, which has five other venues, including two in central London, will trade from premises in Brighton Square.

A spokesperson said: “Brighton Square, Coppa Club Brighton spans more than 3600sq ft. and will include a year-round alfresco dining area in the square, incorporating the iconic dolphin fountain.

“The 220-cover club will feature a comfortable lounge area with open fireplace, a relaxed bar area and all-day dining areas for guests to eat, drink, socialise, work a bit, or just settle in with a good book.

“The clubs will feature artworks by local artists and varied events programmes, showcasing local talent and creating plenty of opportunities for the community to come together.

“Coppa Club offers the private members club experience, without the membership fees or snobbery.

“It provides cosy a home away from home for guests to stay all day and transition easily from work to play. A simple and uncomplicated all-day menu has something for every occasion, from breakfast and

weekend brunches, to seasonal salads, handmade pizzas, mains and grills.”

Sue Walter CEO of Various Eateries, the owners of the Coppa Club, said: “We work hard to understand and integrate into our local communities; this along with our focus on delivering the best possible guest experience is what makes Coppa Club so special.

“Our community-first mindset sits at the heart of our expansion plans, and we are working with a number of local residents and businesses in each location as well as recruiting locally, to evolve and grow in line with the needs of our communities.

“We have had an amazing response to all our openings and it’s great to see that guests continue to love what do.”