~ Blackbird Tearoom ~ Brighton ~ lovingly and painstakingly restored to the owner's idea of what a pre-war tea room would have looked like ~ 30 Ship Street ~ Brighton ~ Sussex ~ England ~
love that idea of cosy handmade atmosphere, very warm and urban / unique style for bar, cafe, retail, shop
veggie restaurant Food For Friends Brighton
A nice little spot in an otherwise touristy town. Great food, crusty locals, few college party-ers. And they take AMEX!
caroline of brunswick brighton
Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar
Breakfast time Brighton February 2015
Nestled in the heart of deepest, darkest Kemp Town is the dimly lit and appropriately named Black Dove.
While we’re not a pub kinda girl, this place totally won us over. It looks like a completely classic old school pub: low-ceilinged, cosy, with wooden tables and a Bohemian
Bohemia is located on Meeting House Lane, a winding walk from the main road that we don’t recommend riding solo.
As the name suggests this place has a kinda Parisian air about it. Plonked on a corner of Western Road it’s in an impressive building that’s strikingly different to others
The Great Eastern
BYOC Brighton- Bring your own spirits and they mix up your cocktails for you
Welcome to the future baby, well, kinda. Bang smack in the centre of Brighton, below one of the funkiest hotels in town, you’ll find a bar that makes you feel
Just out of town at Seven Dials you’ll find The Cow, a modern saloon offering a steady selection of craft beers, local ales and premium cocktails. There’s something for everyone
Located opposite one of Brighton’s most beautiful buildings, the Town Hall, you’ll find Plateau. First and foremost this place is a restaurant, but they won’t take badly to you rocking
As you descend onto London Road, which is tipped as Brighton’s future hot spot (although it’s still mostly charity shops), on the corner of York Place you’ll find The Hobgoblin.