Brighton's Best Christmas Dinners
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? Stuffed birds? Steaming puds? We're foaming at the chops. Whether you're after the traditional feast or something a little off-kilter, this town boasts some of the best in international festive flavours. From upmarket bars with the menu to boot to laid-back restaurants brimming with character, Christmas dinners in Brighton have never looked so good.
Quite the institution when it comes to eating and drinking, The Black Lion is a cosy Brighton boozer with a love of all things festive. Head here this December to tuck into traditional turkey dishes, flavoursome nut roasts and chocolate puddings aplenty.
Not only is Browns bringing you winter menus and seasonal sips by the bucketload, but this Lanes favourite has also got you sorted come Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Eve. Fill up on proper roasts, vegan specials and fruity desserts.
Known for serving up some of the most highbrow selection of meat cuts in the city, The Coal Shed whips 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 tasty.
Looking for a Christmas dinner with a view in Brighton? Winner of numerous foodie awards, The Salt Room is sure to serve up some cracking Christmas grub, with one of the best seafront locations to match. Watch the snow fall (or rain pour) from this cosy sanctuary as you chow down.
Proud Cabaret should be your first port of call if you're looking for a Brighton Christmas dinner with entertainment. Things start off pretty tame with a traditional three-course meal, however, once dessert has been cleared, prepare to get a little hot and steamy as legendary burlesque and cabaret stars take to the stage.
Book in with The North Laine Pub and Brewery this Christmas for a deliciously traditional meal of turkey and all the trimmings. This quirky spot also produces some of Brighton's best beer onsite, making it the perfect place for craft ale lovers too.
Not only does it boast a completely unique location, but The Tempest Inn also touts plenty of yuletide cheer. Choose from 2 or 3 courses; with parsnip soup, oven-roasted salmon, sticky toffee puddings and more all coming in at less than £30 per person.
One of Brighton's most unique boozers, The Lion and Lobster boasts some sweet, pocket-friendly seasonal fare. Just the destination for those of you looking to partake in some merriment, this cosy nook is decked out with twinkling lights and mistletoe when December strikes.