Pretty Bars In Brighton
It turns out Brighton isn't just a pretty face, it's also pretty on the inside with a whole host of gorgeous drinking spots. Our seaside town is perfect for an evening spent in a beautiful bar, often covered in fairy lights, and always full of cosy corners. Add a whole heap of visual deliciousness to your pub outing and read our recommendations for pretty bars in Brighton.
Once used as a mausoleum and boxing club, Proud Cabaret is a beautiful Brighton bar in Kemptown. The historic spot has now be transformed into a palace of 1920s shenanigans, decked out in sumptuous colours and brought to life via their weekly burlesque shows.
Sometimes it's the simple things in life and Patterns is adding to the 'pretty bars in Brighton' selection with easy and clean interiors. The venue uses bright furniture, neon lights and a shabby-chic vibe to create a space that is perfect for everything from a date through to a night in their downstairs club.
As one of Brighton's most beautiful bars, The Breakfast Club is a stellar choice for eating and drinking. Come on the weekend for an epic brunch which involves American-style plates and bottomless prosecco among their quirky, art-deco themed interiors.
As one of Brighton's oldest pubs, The Lion and Lobster has bags of character as well as a swoon-worthy interior. Covered in fairy lights and vintage pictures, this retro spot is one of the prettiest places to drink in Brighton.
Covered in foliage and with lots of intimate corners, Six in Hove is a top choice when it comes to Brighton's prettiest bars. The restaurant and bar serves up a seasonal selection of dishes as well as being home to 42Juice which creates cold-pressed cocktails, hopefully leaving you feeling a little bit prettier after a drinking session.
This pretty Brighton cocktail bar is hidden away within a pub; Speakeasy at the Wick is a saucy little den of delicious cocktails and Prohibition-style mixings. The intimate bar is full of vintage posters and low-hanging lights, perfect if you're looking for a date spot in Hove.
Located in Hove, The Gin Tub has earned its pretty little stripes with pink walls, vintage mirrors and retro interiors. The fun doesn't stop there though, the venue has no mobile signal, meaning you'll have to talk to people the old fashioned way - or just work your way through their 70-strong gin selection.
Metrodeco takes its inspiration from one of the world's most beautiful cities to create a pretty place to drink in Brighton. Modelled after a Parisian bistro, the spot serves up tea during the day before adding a dose of liquor with their cocktails come the evenings.
With an aesthetic that begs to end up on your Instagram grid, and top-notch range of quaffable cocktails, The Ivy in The Lanes won't fail to make an impression. Nab a seat in one of their cosy booths and let these luxe interiors do the talking.