Dinner and Dancing in Brighton
From full bellies to the fandango, you're looking for a venue in Brighton that boasts both. Whether you want authentic chow and heaving dancefloors or a laid-back meal with a booming basement room for the shuffling of feet, there's a venue in Brighton for one and all. And whilst we recommend that you allow at least 30 minutes for your food to go down before attacking the dance floor, we're not your parents, and simply urge you to have a chipper night out! Check out our recommendations for the best spots to indulge in a little dinner and dancing in Brighton!
Last updated on 25th October 2016
With its quirky interiors, cracking menu and clubnights, Yates on the seafront is a brilliant spot for a bit of dinner and dancing in Brighton. Start the evening with one of their delicious burgers or classic British fare at seriously affordable prices, before the lights turn down low, the music is turned up and Brighton's party-happy come out to play.
Now we're pretty sure you already know that Revolution was primed for some serious dancing, but how about dinner? Leave a little earlier on your night out in Brighton and nab your chance to do both. From American style hamburgers and South American style nachos to party pizza, they've got just the hearty chow you need before a round of sprightly cocktails and schmoozing on the dance floor with chums.
Another of Brighton's venues with vintage inclinations, The Mesmerist is a night for those of hungry hankerings and dance floor cravings alike. Whilst you may start the night with their classic pub fare and creative cocktails, you're likely to end it Upstairs at the Mez. From swing dancing and jives to burlesque on a belly full, The Mesmerist boast some of the best in prohibition style bashes and pre-party fare.
One of the most luxe destinations for dinner and dancing in Brighton, Proud is the venue for those of you that like your parties of a 1930s nature. Doused in the glitz of vintage days gone by and boasting slap up meals before slap up dance floors, Proud Brighton is a glamorous abode for something completely unique in the city. From swing dancing and dapper burlesque nights to traditional British fare, Proud Brighton has it all.
We all know that Patterns is a prime spot for a good old dance with some seriously big-name DJs and hot club nights, but did you know that you can also get a delicious bite to eat thanks to Dog Haus, the hot dog company. Munch on a loaded hot dog and sip some delicious concoctions before the dancefloor gets going.
Looking for a restaurant in Brighton where you can dine and dance? You've come to the right place. While dining may be reserved to loved British plates with seasonal produce and dashes of international flair, dancing is the chaser in this venue. Following your slap-up dinner, why not take to the dancefloor for DJs and hits galore?
The Western is a good-time venue in the town centre which is great for a casual bite to eat with a their brilliant range of loaded fries and burgers. The weekends are all about some party-perfect music, from jazz to hip-hop, there's a huge hit list to get those dancing feet moving.
Italian fare and intrinsically fun filled party nights? This Brighton restaurant boasts them both. While their party nights don't come weekly, they come regularly enough for you to grab a hot to trot spot on the dance floor after your plush Italian meal. Classic and wholesome with a boisterous edge, party nights and palate pleasers come hand in hand at Al Duomo where hen nights and birthday parties have become no stranger to their regular crowd.
Another of Brighton's lesser known drinking and dancing establishments, Neighbourhood is a Brooklyn inspired dive bar with the creative wares for one and all. From their hearty selection of American style dripping burgers and chicken wings to their quirky basement den where the dancing and shuffling of feet doesn't go amiss, Neighbourhood don't promise dazzling Travolta neons, but they are incredibly cool.
They may boast some of the most bespoke cocktails in the city, but Bohemia also like to live it rather large when it comes to dinner and dancing alike. Chow down in their wholly British restaurant on fresh fish and Sussex meat alike before making your way downstairs for a saunter to some sweet jazz and party hits; this is not club by any means, but it's a dapper venue for a light hearted shimmy and glitzy get-up.