Booze & Burgers in Brighton
The timeless combination of booze and a burger has been a staple in our party hearty diets since the dawn of time - about time then, to set forth our recommendations for the best booze and burgers in Brighton. The ultimate meaty sandwich, washed down with hoppy delights and other such beverages that'll get you more than a little excited. You carnivorous little chickens can look forward to a whole host of meaty delights and hearty fillings, paired with a multitude of alcoholic beverages at some of Brighton's most talked about bars.
Oh blimey, Revolution in Brighton has some delicious burger and beer offerings. The Brighton boozer goes big for its menu with everything from loaded burgers to veggie delights. Grab a pint, cocktail or glass of wine from their extensive menu and get ready to chow down.
North Laine Brewhouse brews their beers fresh on site, making their tipples completely unique. Throw into the mix some whacking meat mountains as well as live music and a party atmosphere as the night goes on and you've got your evening sorted.
They love beer and now they love burgers, it's East Street Tap, ladies and gents. The pub is inspired by America and as such has a vast collection of American ales and beers as well as a decent burger offering. Hungry? Yeah, us too.
If there's one thing The Western take seriously, it's there booze and beer. This Brighton watering hole has a cracking selection of ales, IPAs and beers which can be paired with a burger from their menu. Plates include meaty whoppers such as PBJ (beef, peanut butter and jam) and The Laker (beef, blue cheese, grilled pear and caramalised onion).
Mouth-watering food and brilliant drinks clashed wonderfully at the Walkabout bar on Brighton's beachfront. Showcasing a number of live musical performances and all the best live sporting events from around the globe, the venue's talented chefs have also created a compelling menu of classic, American comfort food. If that wasn't enough, Walkabout transforms itself into a bustling nightclub after hours, offering Brighton's late-night revellers a spot to dance the night away.
The MEATliquor empire has expanded into Brighton, bringing their meaty treats with them to leave us covetously salivating and damn hungry. These guys are famed for their 'Dead Hippie Burger', packed full of rapidly melting cheese, pickles, cucumber and other such deliciousness; the centrepiece of course, being the double patty. Boom. Cocktails and beer play a major part in the MEATliquor attraction, perfectly paired with these remarkable towers of grub.
Specialising in meat, it will come as no surprise that these guys are damn good at burgers. Expect thick cut bacon strips atop your beefy mountain, garnished with pickled gherkins and hand cut chips. Get involved - the damn fine burger offering at The Coal Shed is paired with an impressive wine selection and a hefty menu of spirits. Easily one of the top choices for booze and a burger in Brighton.
Arguably the BADDEST (obviously this means best) burger in Brighton, the BBQ Shack at The Globe serves up a hearty patty alongside perfectly crisp onion rings, a huge salad and a huge portion of chips. If you're feeling adventurous, sample other such delights, such as the pizza menu, a delightful option that is perfectly washed down with a cool beer from the bar.
How about a 35-day-aged organic burger served with a selection of sides and garnished with all sorts of deliciousness? How about all that alongside one of their delicious crafty delights or long drinks? Who could possibly resist Lucky Beach's tasty treats?
Immense in both size and reputation, the burgers at Twisted Lemon are garnished to the nines: these babies boast crispy onion rings, pickles, halloumi, salad leaves, mushrooms and other such deliciousness. Hefty and totally messy, these guys are best when accompanied by a charming beverage from their impressive drinks menu. Without doubt, Twisted Lemon is a top choice for booze and burgers in Brighton.
Meat and beer. In one burger. Uhhhh. These guys have carved themselves out a deliciously boozy niche in the somewhat over populated burger market: every burger is made from locally and responsibly sourced meat, only to be marinated for 24 hours in a selection of micro brewed craft beers and ales. Delicious. Not only do these sweet beverages complement the meat in the cooking process, but also offer a tasty accompaniment when drunk alongside these meaty items. These guys take beer and burger to a whole new level.