Happy Hours in Brighton
Many party punters search far and wide for them, venturing through bar upon bar for the perfect happy hours in the city, but why do that when we've compiled a chipper little list right here for you? Simmer down and enjoy the selection on offer, from 2-4-1 cocktails and premium student prices to a selection of cocktail happy hours that will have you going barmy. Check out our recommendations for some of the best happy hours in Brighton, be you a cocktail crooner or pint savvy.
Last updated on 16th January 2017
Cocktails and karaoke? If you live by these two very simple life rules, you'll be chuckling your way down to Lucky Voice before you know it. Book a karaoke booth and sup away on a selection of lyrically challenging concoctions before 8pm between Sunday and Friday to get 2-4-1 on cocktails bab-y!
What does your weekend need? A damn good happy hour and fortunately funky venue Patterns is bringing one to us. The bar and nightclub hosts some of the biggest dance nights in our fair town, and their happy hour is just as epic. Taking place on Thursday, Friday and Saturday you can grab £3 pints and 2-4-1 margaritas.
50% off drinks every day between 5-8pm? Could you have wished for more when it came to pocket friendly drinks ploughing? This plush offer is not only one of the boldest in Brighton, it's positively brimming with near treats and delicious drinks.
Hailed as one of the most raucous Tiki bars in Brighton, Lola Lo is a paradise of Southern Pacific interiors, sprightly cocktail sharers, bamboo party booths and a Hawaiian style. But when are we getting to the happy hours you're wondering? Head on down to tantalising Tiki joint Lola Lo every Friday night for 2-4-1 cocktails all evening.
Decorated as a record shop with shelves bursting full of vinyls, Dead Wax Social's music is played from a vintage record player. Alongside irresistible, stone-baked pizzas, the bar boasts a huge array of craft beers and delicious cocktails, all of which are discounted at various times, even more so if you work in the Brighton music industry.
Revolution in Brighton know how to treat a punter when it comes to Happy Hours. The colourful bar and club kicks things off with 2-4-1 cocktails every weekday, as well as £3.50 pints; become a Revs member for even more access to great deals.
Our kind of happy hours? Daily ones! Whilst many bars are bound by the constraints of week days, Brighton's Be At One offers a happy hour not one day, not two days, but seven days a week! Take your thirsty little tooshes down to this chic little cocktail destination every darn day of the week where their mixology minded little morsels of fun are a cut price between the hours of 5 to 7pm and 3pm - 2am on Sundays.
Created by the genius behind the fun-loving Funfair club, the Joker is a British pub infused with sprinkles of 20th century American culture. Serving delicious American dishes, their summer cocktail list is a must see. From their Joker Julep to their Cucumber and Elderflower Gin Cup, each concoction is masterfully made and offers a real treat for your tingling tastebuds. To make the most of their incredible mixology, keep an eye out on their frequent drinks deals.
Handing the reigns of music control over to their guests, at Shuffle Bar you'll be able to create whichever mood you fancy. Serving a delicious range of traditional and quirky cocktails, they're fast becoming one of Brighton's most popular late night haunts. And to sweeten the already sugary deal, they have one of the longest lasting happy hours in Brighton.
So sushi might not be your initial idea for a happy hour destination, but harbouring their own cocktail bar upstairs, Oki Nami should be given a second glance. Boasting a selection of Japanese inspired creations and their Aperitivo menu, 'Aperitivo Hours' at Oki Nami mean that you lucky pluckers can indulge in cocktails from as little £5 between the hours of 5-8pm every weekday.
Brighton patrons and out of towners alike flee to Koba for a rocking happy hour. Taking place across the week, the bar round 17 of these sweet treats down to a mere £4.20, not bad for some of the finest flavours in the city if we say so ourselves. If you like your cocktails creative, the happy hour at Koba is just the destination for you.
Brighton's Walkabout bar offer the city's late night revellers a spot to dance the night away. With a bar stocked full of reasonably priced beers and spirits, the team regularly serve up a number of tantalising drinks and food offers, making it one of the few bars in the city that understands the meaning of 'value-for-money'. You'll struggle to find a better night of frivolous fun.
Hidden away in amongst the Lanes is a vibrant little boozer, looking more like a lemon than a lemon itself. A hideaway for cocktail cravers and a bar off the beaten track, Twisted Lemon promise a great happy hour from Sunday through until Friday, not bad eh? Join them from 1-9pm as cocktails head down to a sprightly £4.50, be them classic Mojito numbers or banoffee pie concoctions.
Bursting full of bizarre decor, an assortment of random knick-knacks and a general collection of all things quirky, the Hope and Ruin is arguably Brighton's most intriguing, albeit slightly far-fetched bar and restaurant. Alongside serving a range of tapas dishes and perfectly cooked pizzas, their compelling cocktail and bar list is irresistible for even the most reserved individual. With a number of deals and discounts available each weekday between 5pm and 7pm, you'll definitely leave this characterful haunt wanting more.
Happy hours between the days of Sunday to Friday? Heck, you were always a weekday drinker anyway! Those of you looking for a cocktail hour in Brighton without the hoards of party revellers should take note of this charming little retreat. From its botanical style down to its cut price tipples between the hours of 5-7pm Sunday - Friday, The Coach House is your laid back happy hour alternative.
Inspired by the vibrant, bustling streets of metropolitan South America, Las Iguanas boasts a fantastic menu of delicious food and traditional cocktails with a Latin twist. The plain, brown walls and bar massively contrast with the colourful furniture and decorations, producing an explosion of life that's so accustomed to the favela bars of Buenos Aires. To complete the brilliant experience, you can enjoy cut prices drinks all day, every day - sa-weet.