Mean Girls themed brunch – that’s so fetch!

It’s so fetch, the Mean Girls themed brunch will arrive in London in February, where “we wear pink” and cocktails include Glen Coco and Carb-less Butter

By on 25 January, 2018 Filed in Events
Mean Girls Brunch London

After selling out in NYC within hours, the MEAN GIRLS– themed brunch party is hitting London – and it is ever so fetch!

The Mean Girls brunch ensures a day filled with “rainbows and smiles” with MEAN GIRLS themed games, cocktails and brunch food, whilst the famous, cult classic plays in the background.

The brunch, hosted at Floripa on London’s Old Street, will be on Saturday 3rd February and Saturday 17th February, from 12pm and 5pm. It is the first of a run of themed brunches to be held fortnightly, at various locations across the city.

Guests are encouraged to dress accordingly, as on Saturdays “we wear pink” (although we encourage the wearing of pink on Wednesdays too).

The ticket includes a brunch main and dessert, and – as Dry January will thankfully be officially over – an hour of bottomless prosecco from 12pm – 1pm. There will also be exclusive drinks, such as the Glen Coco and Carb-less Butter cocktails. When the barman shouts ‘that’s so…’ guests should be ready to shout back ‘fetch!’ – first to do so grabs a free shot. Guests will have the chance to win Spring Fling King or Queen, which awards you with 2 free cocktails of your choice.
Free condoms will be on offer, but heed the warning “don’t have sex, because you will get pregnant, and die”. Friends or colleagues annoyed you that week? Vent your anger in the ‘Burn Book’ that will be circling on the day.

Londoners are encouraged to book tickets, otherwise “you can’t sit with us”! Tickets cost £35 and are available from joshuawalkerpr.com.

Floripa is located at 91-92 Great Eastern Street, London, EC2A 3HZ.

Tim Firmager

Tim divides his time being a Digital Consultant in The City and as a food and travel writer across the globe. When he's not planning his next trip, he can be found on the lookout for the latest food crazes or unusual foods in London's markets.