Found just shy of the North Laine, Earth and Stars is a heralded Brighton boozer known for their Sunday roasts and charming, locals atmosphere alike.
A traditional Brighton boozer with an eco-friendly offering, Earth and Stars just so happens to be powered by a selection of solar panels up on the roof, but what exactly does that sunshine run? A charming bar spread over two floors and a smoking balcony brimming with rustic furniture, locally commissioned pieces of art work, walls of dated maps and nooks, it's simple but it's cosy.
Like we said, Sunday roasts. If you've got a hankering for this Sunday staple then you're sure to have heard of the palate pleasing plates that Earth and Stars boast. While Earth and Stars is relatively quiet on the weekdays, it's the weekend when hungry punters reveal themselves for one of the best Sunday roasts in the city. From Sussex pork belly and South Downs lamb shank to puff pastry parcels, these are some of the most bespoke and booming plates of Sunday chow in the city.
A word from the chef:
Infamous, and we mean infamous, for their Sunday roasts, Earth and Stars are heralded for their end of week offering. Try their free range Sussex pork belly at £10.95 or their rib eye beef at £12.95. Earth and Stars also boast a top notch vegetarian offering.
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