Christmas Dinner in Brighton
If there's one thing we love as much as our parents and our pets, it's one heck of a Christmas dinner; seasonal trimmings, stuffing and a bounty of festive flavours. We're foaming at the chops. But it doesn't matter whether you're after the traditional Christmas feast or something a little off kilter, Brighton boasts some of the best in international festive flavours, and we're here to share. From upmarket bars with the menu to boot, to laid-back boozers brimming with character, Christmas dinner in Brighton is a tasty endeavour.
If you've ever heard people utter or mention a Christmas meal in Brighton, the name Lion and Lobster is sure to come a cropper. One of Brighton's most unique boozers, The Lion and Lobster not only boast some sweet, pocket friendly seasonal fare, but we doubt you'll find a plate piled quite as high. Just the destination for those of you looking to partake in class Christmas grub, this cosy nook is one heck of a yuletide joint.
Not only is it in a completely unique location, but the Tempest Inn also knows how to have fun at Christmas. The pub serves the traditional Christmas Dinner complete with mounds of turkey, piles of sprouts and lashings of gravy.
Ho Ho Ho, it's Christmas time and Revolution Brighton is bringing the festive cheer with their three-course meal or buffet options. The lively bar and restaurant knows how to throw a party any time of the year and it goes extra festive in December. Sit down, enjoy your meal and then party the night away in the bar.
Book in with The North Laine Pub and Brewery this Christmas in Brighton for a delicious traditional meal of turkey and all the trimmings. This quirky spot also produces some of Brighton's best beer onsite, so is the perfect place for craft ale lovers.
Christmas is taken pretty seriously at No 32 as the bar and restaurant serves up a three-course set meal this festive season. Head to the venue to munch your way through traditional yuletide treats such as slow-cooked turkey breast and pork and smoked bacon terrine. They also know how to knock up a cracking Christmas cocktail.
So then, that part where we mentioned that Brighton can often boast some unique, European takes on the traditional Christmas dinner, well here's the kind of place where we meant it. Still festive yet boasting a truly French dash of culinary flair, Plateau boasts a Christmas dinner menu of Parisian treats; perfect for those still looking to indulge in a little seasonal grub and a sumptuous atmosphere.
Things are being spiced up at Proud Cabaret Brighton this festive season as the club pull out all the stops. Things start off with a three-course feast which includes options such as turkey with all the trimmings and French-trimmed lamb cutlets. Then the night gets a little hot and steamy as the legendary burlesque and cabaret stars take to the stage to dazzle and shine.
Christmas doesn't have to be all about turkey and pigs in a blanket, especially not at The Prince George which puts on a vegetarian feast over the festive period. Head to this Brighton boozer to discover how great a meat-free Christmas can be.
Bespoke Christmas fare, you should expect no less from The Coal Shed this festive period. Known for some of the most high brow selection of meat cuts in the city, The Coal Shed know how to whip together one hearty plate of seasonal chow. From truffles to wild boar, it might not be your most traditional Christmas menu, but it is wholly British and incredibly top notch fare for your tums.