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Brighton & Hove

Sunrise beach parties, mods & rockers, saucy weekends away, top notch restaurants, The UK’s largest gay scene and the South Coasts best clubbing, what is there not to like about Brighton?

Things To Do

Brighton Palace Pier

From it’s humble beginnings in 1823 as a landing stage for passenger ships, Brighton Pier has become Brighton’s must visit tourist destination. The Pier offers white knuckle rides, the best fish and chips in the city and some of the best views of Brighton. Make the Palace Pier top of your to do list.

The Royal Pavilion

Built for the Prince Regent, later King George IV, between 1787 and 1823, the Royal Pavilion is remarkable for its exotic oriental appearance both inside and out. This magnificent royal pleasure palace was revered by the fashionable Regency society and it is still a distinctive landmark for vibrant Brighton & Hove today. The extravagant banqueting hall with it’s looming dragons certainly has the wow factor.

Painting Pottery Cafe Brighton

Painting Pottery Cafe

Bring along your own booze and nibbles and enjoy an evening of creating your very own work of art to remember your holiday by. This is a great place to have a giggle and be creative and is ideal for larger groups or families during the daytime.

British Airways i360 Brighton

British Airways i360

Take a flight to the skies and see Brighton and the beautiful South Coast as you have never seen them before. Glide up gently to 138 metres on the world’s tallest moving observation tower, conceived and designed by Marks Barfield Architects, creators of the London Eye.

In a futuristic glass viewing pod, visitors can admire 360 degree views across Regency Brighton, the South Downs and, on the clearest days, all the way to Beachy Head and the Isle of Wight.

Komedia Brighton

Komedia

Komedia is one of Brighton’s premier live entertainment venues. Located in the North Laines, it is a huge building and now houses a cinema too. It presents one of the largest and most diverse arts and entertainment programmes in the UK. Every year there are around 700 performances of comedy, music, cabaret and kids shows. The comedy nights at Komdia are extremely popular and there are always plenty of discounted deals on. They offer dinner with all their seated shows and they also host lots of club nights, so after you have laughed your socks off you can dance the night away. This is great idea if you have large group as you have all your entertainment and food under one roof.

Eat
The Restaurant at Drakes

The Restaurant at Drakes

‘The Restaurant’ was Brighton’s highest scoring restaurant in The Good Food Guide 2011, and it’s easy to see why. Located in the rather swish Drakes seafront hotel, this venue attracts the Brighton glitterati and visiting celebs. ‘The Restaurant’ serves exquisite modern European cuisine with a twist. The evening ambience is calm with dimmed lights and candles all lending themselves perfectly for a romantic dining experience. During the daytime it’s the perfect stop for a special lunch with friends.

64 Degrees

64 Degrees

Serving small plates in an industrial-style space with an open kitchen, this restaurant has been was voted Best Restaurant in the Brighton Top 20 Awards in both 2016 and 2017. Located in The Lanes and owned by Great British Menu 2017 winner chef Michael Bremner, 64 Degrees offers exciting dishes accessible to everyone. We encourage you to dive into the experience of excellent service and outstanding food on your next trip to Brighton!

Market Brighton

Market

A fantastic restaurant offering a selection of meats and cheeses from Sussex and Spain, amongst tapas and small plates, all created with big flavours and served from the open kitchen by friendly and welcoming staff. With the menu changing regularly, you are in for a treat!

Food for Friends

Food For Friends

One of the most popular restaurants in Brighton, Food for Friends located in The Lanes has been serving delicious food to residents of the city and its visitors since 1981. The ingredients are locally sourced where possible and the menu offers tasty and affordable dishes, with gluten free and vegan options available. You will dine in a relaxed atmosphere served by friendly and attentive staff.

La Choza

La Choza is Brighton’s first authentic Mexican Street Food restaurant nestled in the heart of the North Laine. A simple menu is served, where you choose between burritos, tacos, quesadillas and tostadas before picking from one of the mouth-watering fillings and sauces to go in it. La Choza is great for a quick lunch on the go or you can sit in and try the delicious selection of frozen cocktails on offer. Most of the menu is priced between £5 – £7.50, so this place is perfect if you are on a budget.

Drink
Bohemia Brighton

Bohemia

If you are looking for a premier cocktail bar with lots of atmosphere then this the place for you. Bohemia is a great place to spend your evening. Spread over three floors it has a large central bar on the ground floor with highly trained bar staff on hand to mix cocktails that won’t disappoint. They are a bit pricey but definitely worth it. The first floor has a late lounge, specialising in champagne and even has a cigar menu. The lounge opens Friday and Saturdays till late and has DJs every evening if you fancy a dance. The top floor even has a beautiful glass walled Veuve Clicquot Champagne roof garden complete with AstroTurf.

The Restaurant at Drakes

Fortune of War

This lovely pub has been open since 1882, making it the oldest pub on the seafront. It is a good meeting place if you are going clubbing on the seafront. There are DJs playing at the weekends and it always has a friendly atmosphere and is never too crowded. The décor has a maritime theme and the pub provides beautiful views over the seafront. It has an outside seating area and a buzzy atmosphere during the summer months.

Mash Tun

This is a very popular pub with locals and it is always busy. Mash Tun is a good all-rounder from after work drinks to pre-drinks on a Saturday night, to chilling out on a Sunday. The décor is shabby but this place comes alive with an amazing atmosphere in the summer. The tables outside are always packed with drinkers watching the world go by. It’s a great place to spend a sunny afternoon or a warm evening. There is usually a DJ at the weekends and sometimes live music. This is a really nice to pub to have a sociable drink with friends or a great place to start your weekend antics.

The Basketmakers Brighton

The Basketmakers

Cosy corner pub much loved by locals and visitors alike. Serving homemade pub grub and offering a great selection of proper ales and craft beers. When the sun is shining you will see people spilling out onto the street from this old fashioned pub, relaxing on the benches and pavement. It’s worth trying to find a seat any time of year to experience this North Laine favourite.

Merkaba My Hotel Bar

Merkaba @ My Hotel

If you’re after a Sex and the City venue then look no further. My Hotel is a beautifully crafted bar with curved walls, gilding pewter surfaces and low lighting, reflecting a warm and spacious cocoon. As part of the My Hotel franchise, the bar is open to non-guests to enjoy some beautifully made cocktails, a sophisticated atmosphere and an altogether glamorous night out. The bar staff are knowledgeable and helpful. This is a good place for special occasions. Everyone gets super dressed up so if you are looking to get your glad rags on and feel special this could be the place for you.

Getting Here

By Car:

Coming from the M25, follow the signs to the M23 South to Brighton/Crawley/Gatwick and then continue onto the A23. It’s an approximate journey of 50min.

By Coach:

National Express coaches run regularly from London Victoria Coach Station. Approximate journey of 2 hours and 10min to 2 hours and 55min.

By Train:

Regular trains run from London Victoria station to Brighton with a journey of 53min to just over an hour. Brighton is also accessed from London Bridge with travel time of 1 hour and 15min as well as London St Pancras International with a journey of just under 1 hour and 30min.

Nearest Airports:

London Gatwick is the main airport with an average train journey of 30min or just over 40min by car.

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