(Picture: Coppa Club)Despite arguably being one of the best cities in the world, London is lacking in one area – it doesn’t have a beach.
Most of the capital’s residents have to travel to Brighton to get their sun and surf on, but not anymore.
Well, sort of.
Coppa Club, made famous for its riverside igloos overlooking Tower Bridge, is set to transform these into surfer shacks for the summer. The area will also be decorated in a surf theme, with tropical plants, surf boards and a vintage Volkswagen van modified into a pop-up bar.
The new experience will launch on 2 May with the brand hosting a summer launch party to celebrate the occasion, and the first 100 guests will be given complimentary cocktails.
‘The wait is nearly over, it’s almost time for cocktails in the sun and dining riverside in your very own Surfer Shack,’ Coppa Club wrote on its Facebook page.
‘The Insta-famous Igloos will be transformed into laid-back Shacks, complete with sliding doors to soak up the summer sunshine. The surrounding terrace will be covered in tropical plants, surf boards, colourful furniture and will feature a vintage VW van pop-up bar with riverside views.
‘Along with a totally Instagram worthy surfboard swing.’
Count us in.
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