Last year Brighton welcomed Polygon Pop up in Seven Dials with open arms and this past weekend it returned to our seaside town!
Polygon Pop-Up offers a space and platform for small business, start ups and individuals to showcase their work from supper clubs, street food, art displays to some special paid for evenings in the pop up. The pop up is rustic, easy going and outside, it seems that’s what Brighton loves about it along with the ever changing food options and beer! It’s just off the round about in the gated patio area of Ribot (Digtal Studio). The space offers a generous area for the pop up food stall, a bar with two draught beers, a handful of cans, cider and spirts – something for everyone. The space is primarily made from recycled wood, old pallets that have been put together to form the bar, tables, benches – pretty much the entire space which is nice to see.
This weekend saw the opening of Polygon Pop up for its second year. First up on Friday was Baby Bao, Taiwanese street food – I couldn’t help myself and tried the whole menu (with a little help from friends). For me, the Koren Fried Chicken bun was the winner but all were delisious. Saturday night saw Gureilla Grill take over, Levantine inspire bites. I’ve been meaning to head down to Yardy, behind Marewoods coffee shop for sometime now to try both of these but they’ve come to me before I got to them
Polygon gates are open all summer until the end of August, let’s hope for a sunny summer Brighton! This coming weekend the pop up will welcome Pig + Jacket with their hog roast street food on the Friday night followed by one of best burgers in town, Trolls Pantry who can normally be found flippin burgers at The Hobgolin, London road.