Bars in The Lanes

Think of luxury jewellery shopping in Brighton and cracking independent stores and what do you come up with? The Lanes of course. Named ever so aptly after the teeny tiny alleyways that reside within it, The Lanes are abundant with nooks and crannies, all harbouring some of the best cocktails bars and boozy hideaways in the city, be you after a robust meal or a cheeky happy hour. Check out our recommendations for the best bars in The Lanes and discover a part of Brighton that everyone's mad about.

Last updated on 5th June 2019




The Black Lion

2 user reviews 5

Two for £12 Cocktails

This Brighton institution found in The Lanes is great for those with an impeccable music taste searching for great food and great drink. Filled with local artwork and murals and famed for its craft beers and cocktails, come here for regular DJ nights going through many different genres.

Font

1 user review 4

Cheap drinks and fun times; if you're a party punter of simple pleasures, then The Font is the destination for you. Found in the heart of The Lanes (literally, you'll be weaving your way through a mass of cool brick clad alleyways), the Font bar is known for it's cheap pub chow and fun time atmosphere. A converted church with a little historical charm to boot, this unique venue is a pocket friendly party retreat. 

The Coal Shed

2 user reviews 4

Dapper drinkers and diners unite, you're about to get a slathering of premium meat in the city and you're going to ruddy love it. Boasting their own renowned charcoal oven and some of the best steak based dishes in the city to an unrivalled selection of international whiskies, The Coal Shed is a contemporary restaurant in Brighton and a chipper joint for date nights and restaurant doozies the like. 

Be At One Brighton

317 user reviews 5

You can't go far wrong with Be At One's comprehensive list of cocktails. Lovingly shaken and stirred by a happy-go-lucky bar team, get the party started with a Candy Pants or an Irish Disco Biscuit, and approach the Cuban Zombie with caution; there's a LOT of rum involved here. Happy Hours run until 8 PM so it shouldn't hit the pocket hard, and there's dancing until 3 AM at the weekends.

Bohemia

5 user reviews 5

Rooftop bar? You got it. Cracking cocktails and creative concoctions? You got it. Luxury lounge areas and an indulgent British style restaurant? You got it. Bohemia is something of a unique boozy den in the city where no space has been spared a selection of baroque interiors and classic bars in this multi-floor venue. Special evenings and laid back sunshine drinks on their patio are a must.

Twisted Lemon

4 user reviews 5

If you like your cocktail bars laid back, your drinks prices of an awesomely pocket friendly nature and your bar staff of a charming ilk then this Brighton cocktail bar can do no wrong. From a premium happy hour lasting well into the night to a two tier venue of chilled out lounge areas and bold bright yellows, the Twisted Lemon may be tucked away behind a wrought iron gate and yellow alley, but it's well worth the looking out for.

10 Below

1 user review 3

Based underneath Smugglers Bar, 10 Below is a club that prides itself on serving huge club nights and parties to The Lane's wildest party animals. The venue regularly hosts DJ sets by the city's biggest artists and is known for its carefree, devil-may-care approach to things. Head to this basement venue, dance long into the night and get lost in all the frivolity at this bar in The Lanes in Brighton. 

Dressed strictly in mahogany and rumoured to have it's own ghost in the cellar, the Bath Arms is a traditional boozer buried deep in the Lanes in Brighton. The venue is full of vintage furniture, chesterfield sofas and cosy fireplaces. Relax with a pint of your favourite local ale, tuck into a hearty gastro pub meal and take in everything this charming pub in The Lanes has to offer.