Popular vegan restaurant Erpingham House is getting set to open its second location in Brighton complete with a cafe, restaurant, bar and roof terrace.
The UK’s largest vegan restaurant, Erpingham House, which was founded by entrepreneur Loui Blake and championship footballers Russell Martin and Declan Rudd, is opening a second vegan restaurant in the incredible vegan-friendly city of Brighton.
Located on the site of former plant-based cannabis cafe Canna Kitchen, the new restaurant will be spread over three floors and will house a cafe, restaurant, bar and roof terrace and will “see a modernisation of the brand and food, with consultants from Los Angeles curating the menu.”
The restaurant is due to open to the public on 14th March 2020 after the business raised £250,000 via crowdfunding to open its second location in the seaside resort.
“We’re incredibly excited to open in Brighton and contribute something new to an already flourishing hospitality scene,” Erpingham House co-founder Loui Blake said in a statement.
“Plant-based dining is a rapidly emerging trend, and we want to support more people in their quest to
eat more sustainably, without sacrificing flavour or experience.
“Brighton is at the forefront of the plant-based food scene in the UK, so it made total sense to open here, in order for us to push the boundaries and innovate to drive the space forward. It’s important to us that we carry Erpingham House’s mission forward, but do so in a way that’s specific to Brighton and the local area.”
Images courtesy of Erpingham House/Facebook.