Where To Have Brunch In Brighton

Boy, does Brighton know its brunches. From Kemptown to West Hill, North Laine to the beachfront, the town is littered with spots serving weekend breakfasts for locals and tourists alike. Whether you're looking for a bottomless weekend brunch for you and the BFFs, a classy restaurant to take the parents - their treat - or an independent sustainable seaside joint, you'll find them all in the beautiful town (and on this list). Have a look below for recommendations of some of the best brunches in Brighton.

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Last updated on 3rd June 2024




No 32

Whether you want more of a classic breakfast or an all-day menu with a brunch leaning, No 32 has got you covered. From sausage patty burgers to eggs benny, pancakes and baked shakshuka, there are plenty of tasty treats here. This trendy spot is decked out in chandeliers and boasts a spacious dancefloor, ideal if you fancy a boogie after your meal.

Post House Cafe

If you're looking for some of the best brunch in the Brighton Lanes, make it a visit to The Post House, a historic building that's been around since the 1870s. When you're not admiring the landmark property restoration and fresh coffee, try out the brunch menu, complete with Nutella-stuffed brioche and cheesy sweetcorn potato hash. There's even a bloody Mary station on hand if you want to make it boozy.

Zarqa

After something a little different from your usual breakfast? Check out the Middle Eastern eats on offer at Zarqa, a beautiful and relaxed all-day dining spot that looks out over the sea, serving up a cracking brunch on Brighton seafront. There's hummus topped with mushroom or meaty shawarma, shakshuka and much more, with delicious fresh coffee and pastries to boot.

Gamestars Drag & Cabaret Bottomless brunch

@ The Walrus on Saturday 20th July 2024 and 21 other Saturdays

Like your brunch with a side of saucy? Then make your way to The Walrus for Gamestars, a drag and cabaret-filled meal. This high-energy event will not only be providing top-notch grub like eggs Florentine and miso roasted mushrooms alongside free-flowing bevvies, but they will also be hosting fun-packed boylesque entertainment - expect musical bingo, outrageous games and more.

Ohso Social

Gather your squad and get brunching at Ohso Social. Situated on Brighton beach, this beaut spot will transport you to the beach clubs of the West Coast, complete with live music, vibrant interiors, and an unrivalled view of the sea. Head down for a spot of cosy breakfast and unlimited bubbles at this beachy joint, which features goodies like avocado smash, granola bowls, and traditional breakfast plates filled with free-range poached eggs, streaky bacon, baked beans, and more.

The Brunch Club - Brighton

The Brunch Club are spicing up you weekends with their bottomless events at Horizon, themed around everything from Taylor Swift to Disney or the Spice Girls. You can attend some raucous drag shows or just enjoy a sing-along to impressive live performances, while tucking into tasty plates of smashed avocado on toast or waffles topped with berries and fresh cream.

Mange Tout

Independent cafe Mange Tout is undoubtedly one of the best brunch spots in Brighton. Come to the sustainable French bistro for your fill of popular brunch classics, including eggs florentine and salmon or veggie omelettes, alongside homemade juices and locally-sourced coffee. In the mood for something a little sweeter? There are a huge selection of croissants and other pastries available too.

The West Hill Tavern

2 pizzas for £12 and 1 other offer

If you're after the best bottomless brunch in Brighton check out this truly inspired and original brunch offering from this independent, family-run pub. Perched on the hillside, 2 minutes walk from Brighton station, The West Hill Tavern offers a Saturday 'Let's Get Pizza'd' bottomless pizza brunch, featuring breakfast-inspired toppings such as shakshuka, avocado, mushrooms, eggs and bacon alomgside elderflower fizz cocktails. 'Nuff said.

Six

So it might not be exactly in Brighton but this stylish hotspot is a worthy exception as it dishes out some of the best brunch in Hove. Not only is the restaurant absolutely beautiful - think foliage-filled ceilings, ambient lighting and a beautiful colour scheme - but the brunch menu is great. There's homemade organic pancakes, crab benedict or melted blue cheese crumpets to choose from, with freshly made smoothies or bottomless prosecco up for grabs too.

The Ivy In The Lanes

Living up to its iconic namesake, this stunning spot is the place to go for a special occasion brunch. The menu, available every weekend from 11-4pm, is mahoosive, with snazzy plates such as avocado benedict or buttermilk pancakes with berries and Greek yoghurt. And if you're looking for a gluten-free brunch in Brighton, they've got plenty of coeliac-friendly options too, from ham and cheese omelettes to kippers cooked in parsley butter.