Brighton boasts a lot more that artistic crannies and hedonisitc charm we'll have you know. Those of you after a bespoke drinking experience in Brighton should take to the Waterhouse, a contemporary hotel bar on the beachfront that boasts more than a little flair of luxury.
Named after the Victorian architect who designed the hotel back in the 1980s and subsequently worked on the National History Museum, the Waterhouse is not only steeped in history, it boasts interior aptitude too. Boasting a sumptuous contemporary design that bounces low hanging lights off of bespoke furniture, rich wood panelling and art-deco features, there's even a nod to the Mod era with a multitude of 60s inspired pieces. Those looking to take in the sights of Brighton can indulge in the Waterhouse champagne and cigar terrace too.
Taking in the delights of the dispensary bar, Waterhouse boast a unique selection of cocktails and concoctions, all whipped up by their master mixologists; tailoring bespoke cocktails to bespoke tastes. From an Earl Grey Martini and the Quadrophenia to their Miss Fitzherbert of Sussex, you may not find cocktails like this anywhere else in Brighton.
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£4.30|
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£9.30|
|Bottle of House Wine||£27.00|
|Bottle of Champagne||£49.00|
A word from the chef:
Boasting a small but indulgent menu, the Waterhouse Bar promises locally sourced and intricate dishes with British flair. From luxury fish and chips at £15.00 to a gourmet burger at £17.00, Waterhouse is the place for diners after something a little special.
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