Whether it’s your first date or ruby wedding anniversary, Brighton and Hove will light your fire with something exciting and romantic for your significant other.
64 Degrees: Tucked away in the Lanes, 64 Degrees is a small, award-winning restaurant with an open kitchen with chef interaction, serving an ever-evolving menu of delicious small plates using fresh, local produce designed to share.
The Gingerman: is a small, intimate restaurant close to Brighton’s seafront offering uncomplicated, full-flavoured food. This stylish restaurant possesses a great reputation within the city and warrants a visit.
Riddle & Finns: Indulge in sumptuous seafood, sip chilled champagne and sit at marble topped tables, safe in the hands of the friendly, knowledgeable staff. The Lanes location makes the perfect post shopping or pre-theatre treat or if you prefer a sea view they have a another overlooking the beach.
The Coal Shed: is a gourmet steak and seafood restaurant, specialising in food cooked in a charcoal oven. Specialities include a range of 35-day, dry-aged Scottish steaks as well as a wide selection of fish dishes. It has been named as one of the best restaurants in the UK by the prestigious Observer Food Monthly awards.
Isaac At: is a fine dining tasting menu tucked in away in the North Laine. They’re not scared to experiment with their local and seasonally inspired menu. Isaac At offers an intimate and relaxed experience with a friendly team of friends behind the helm
The Cocktail Shack: is tucked away in Regency Square offering playful and creative cocktails served alongside views of the iconic West Pier and British Airways i360.
Plotting Parlour: this beautifully decorated cosy bar tucked away in Kemptown serves up creative cocktails with table service by its friendly staff.
Bottom’s Rest: is a cosy pub offering an oasis of calm tucked away in the Brunswick area. Friendly staff make for a warm welcome.
Ten Green Bottles: are passionate about their wine! They offer tastings and the array of wines sold in the shop are available to drink. Their bar snack range compliments wonderfully.
The Bar at Drakes: fancy sweeping sea views whilst sipping your bespoke cocktail or craft beer at an intimate bar? Then The Bar at Drakes is the place.
Romantic Things To Do
Rottingdean: Towards the end of the 19th century, Rottingdean offered seclusion and inspiration for many artists, writers and public figures. The main attractions in the town are Kipling’s Garden, Rottingdean Windmill, St. Margaret’s Church with its beautiful stained glass windows and some traditional old inns which were once frequented by smugglers in the area. Rottingdean also has a beach, perfect for a spot of rock pooling.
Parham House: is an absolute gem – backed by the Downs, surrounded by the most English of gardens and with a house slowly restored over a period of 60 years, now filled with antique paintings, textiles and furniture. Dating back to the late 16th century, Parham has remained a family home, creating a different feel to the museum-like air of many stately houses. The gardens are blissfully peaceful – perfect for a picnic, or tea and a slice of home-made cake from the cafe. A 40-minute drive from Brighton, it makes a lovely day trip.
Tiger Moth Bi-Plane flying lesson: A unique vintage aircraft flying experience for two. Unrivalled views over Sussex in a beautiful open cockpit Tiger Moth Bi-Plane. Your instructor will demonstrate the effects of controls, how to fly straight and level and do basic turns, before handing over the controls to you! A truly amazing experience for the adventurous!
Brighton Dome: enjoy a theatre special dinner for two and then enjoy a show or gig at Brighton Dome. With a rich history spanning over 200 years (starting life as the Prince Regent’s stables and riding house), Brighton Dome provides an extraordinary space in which to bring the arts alive.
Photomaric: for some spontaneous fun and to immortalise your visit, pop into Photomatic for a studio quality souvenir.