Boys Night Out in Brighton

It's easy to get distracted nowadays, what with the working day getting longer and stress levels rising. Unfortunately, your social life usually takes the biggest hit. Being locked up inside is never fun, so shake off that hermit lifestyle and send a group message out. Whether you've neglected your old uni mates or just haven't spent much time with the boys, get everyone together and head out into Brighton's bustling world of frivolous bars and fun-loving clubs. Here's a list of the best bars and clubs for your next, carnage-infused boys night out in Brighton.




No 32

16 user reviews 4

Nestled away in Brighton's beautiful Lanes, No. 32 is a bustling, never-sleeping late-night venue. To ensure the night doesn't end too early, guests have the chance to tuck into a condiment-filled burgers or sink their chops into a succulent cut of grilled meat. Even better, the cocktails at the bar and brilliant line-up of resident DJs will keep the fun vibes going well into the wee hours, making it an ideal spot for your next, wild boys night out in Brighton.

The Tempest Inn

21 user reviews 5

With the crisp sea breezes constantly flowing through this cosy spot, the Tempest Inn is a late-night bar based just a stone's throw from Brighton's beautiful seafront. Decked out with dimly lit lanterns and a load of opulent booths, the venue makes use of its archway structure and transforms the entire place into an idyllic, sea-trenched cave. With a bar bursting full of international spirits and gallons of refreshing beers, this seafront hangout should definitely feature on your boozy boys night out in Brighton.

Dead Wax Social

29 user reviews 4

Decked out as a characterful record shop, the Dead Wax Social is anything but ordinary. Beautifully decorated, expect to find wall-length shelves overflowing with colourful record sleeves and loads of quaint, music-based knick knacks scattered across the entire venue. Better still, the bar's talented chef's have worked tirelessly to produce a menu of flavoursome pizzas that explode straight off the palate. Gulp down a few locally-sourced craft beers and let loose at a musically-themed boys night out.

Patterns

3 user reviews 5

Revamped and recently renovated, Patterns adds a musical element to Brighton's boisterous seafront. The terrace area is a great place to soak up a bit of extra vitamin C during those lazy Summer afternoons, while the basement bar kicks into life come nightfall, playing host to number of House, Techno and Electronic bands. To complete the experience, you'll find all your favourite craft beers and spirits at their beautifully decorated bar. Rowdy by nature, this joint is perfect for a booze-fuelled boys night out in Brighton.

Just a short walk from the picturesque Lanes area, the Lucky Voice Karaoke bar offers Brighton's more adventurous dwellers a night of frivolous laughter and childish giggles. With a bar stocked full of fantastic cocktails and international beers, and a 'just one more' way of thinking, it promises to deliver one of Brighton's booziest boys nights out. And of course, let's not forget the karaoke. Head to the stage, grab the mic and belt out your favourite Whitney Houston or Oasis track.

Revolution Brighton

3 user reviews 4

There's never a dull moment at Brighton's Revolution bar. As part of an expanding bar chain that's taken Britain's nightlife by storm, the venue is spread across a number of different floors and somehow manages to cater for everyone. From their sun-drenched courtyard to the Cuban-themed rum bar, the entire venue is constantly a buzz and soundtracked by the sounds of frivolous laughter. Perfect for a boys night out in Brighton, everyone's guaranteed to leave with a head full of booze and a huge smile etched across their face.

Walkabout Brighton

1 user review 5

Walkabout is the place to be for frivolous boys night out that's punctuated by thrilling live sport and buckets of ice-cold beer. Lovers of all things Australia related, the bar is based on Brighton's beautiful seafront and offers its guests an unforgettable, booze-fuelled evening of stomach-aching laughter and non-stop giggles. The centrepiece is, of course, the Reef bar. With a number of large plasma TVs all showing footage of the colourful Great Barrier Reef, who needs a mental lads holiday? Just head here!

MEATliquor

2 user reviews 5

Mealiquour is without a doubt one of the best barbecue joints in the country, let alone Brighton. Having already stunned London's BBQ-mad crowds, the Brighton branch similarly serves mouth-watering burgers and hotdogs, all bursting full of incredible vegetables, the most flavoursome cheeses and the best sauces known to man. To wash all this Crisco-infused grub down, their bar's impressive array of cocktails are sure to leave you with a massive smile on your face. Where better to fuel yourself before a huge Brighton boys night out?