As one of Brighton's oldest pubs, The Lion and Lobster is has been around longer than most and knows a thing about creating a lively atmosphere in Brighton. The restaurant serves as scrumptious selection of gastro food, as well as a completely delicious Sunday roast.
Cool Places To Eat In Brighton
It's a pretty established fact that Brighton is one of the coolest spots in the UK, with more independent and quirky restaurants and bars then we can count. It follows, that our seaside town is packed to the rafters with cool places to eat, from meals in caves through to neon-lit bars, you won't struggle to find a fun restaurant in Brighton. Read on for our list of cool places to eat in Brighton, complete with unique interiors, delicious food and cracking tipples.
This cool Brighton place to eat is set in a cave, hosts a variety of supperclubs, and come the weekend is a top spot for some partying. When they're not busy keeping you entertained, they also serve a fail-safe menu of seafood.
It's the details that count and The Mesmerist is a quirky Brighton bar that is fulled with interesting interiors, from the suit of armour through to grand chesterfield sofas. As well as a a menu filled with American classics, they also have a cocktail menu that will entice you along with some completely mad club nights.
With local boozer charm, raucous DJ nights and cool interiors, it can be hard to believe that The Black Lion has been around since the 1500s. Head to this quirky Brighton pub for a brilliant selection of food which includes a mean Sunday roast, or go along for a game in their immersive escape room.
While cool Brighton bars are numerous, there's one that steals our heart every time; Dead Wax Social is a popular spot in North Laine which serves delicious stone-baked pizza and has one of the best vinyl selections in town.
The North Laine Pub and Brewery speaks for itself when it comes to cool places to eat in Brighton. With events such as pop-up pottery classes and tap takeovers, the North Laine boozer is more than a pretty face, they also have a micro-brewery on site for some seriously fresh pints and serve huge burgers.
Looking for a cool Brighton pub that serves delicious grub? East Street Tap is just the spot. Located on, you guessed it, East Street, the pub is serious about their beer, sourcing cans and bottles from around the world. They also have a cracking line-up of live music and plates include hot dogs, mac n cheese and salt beef bagels.
Cosy fireplaces, a menu of devilishly spicy hot wings and weekend parties that will take days to recover from, The Joker has got to be one of the hottest pubs in Brighton. If you're staying late, head upstairs to their clubroom, The Devil's Disco.
Come ready for some intense feelings after a trip to MEATliquor. The fun Brighton restaurant does burgers, and it does them damn well. Pull up a chair in their neon, multi-coloured wonderland of a venue to sink your teeth into some epic meaty piles.
The original vegetarian restaurant in Brighton, Food for Friends, ain't just serving up delicious veggie meals, it also has a brilliant laid-back atmosphere. Located in The Lanes, the restaurant is perfect for lunch with friends or a dinner date.
The New Club brings a bit of New York cool to our little seaside town with their menu of burgers and craft ales. The spot is inspired by Brooklyn with paintings of the buildings decorating walls as well as an outdoor terrace perfect for soaking up those rays come summer.
Colourful, quirky and with a menu that's going to break your heart, La Choza is a seriously cool Brighton restaurant. The Mexican inspired eatery dishes out dinners full of fresh flavours along with margaritas and alcoholic slushies in a date-perfect spot.
From the Cask Marque accreditation through to the delicious pizzas, The West Hill Tavern is a feast for all the senses. Add in the funky decor, live music nights and pub quizzes and you're onto a winner.