Dead Wax social is all about the music, with an entirely vinyl playlist playing every day and their trademark Music Quiz occurring every Wednesday. So get your funk on and your musical knowledge cap fixed as you jump into the venue. But quizzes aren't fun on an empty stomach: try one of their mouth-watering pizzas and wash it down with an amazing craft beer to really round off your evening.
Restaurants with Entertainment in Brighton
Sure you can just eat amazing food in Britain’s number one seaside town, but what if you could get something more from the experience: entertainment! From fantastic dancers, to fabulous cabaret to great live music from across the country, there’s many things to do while eating in these restaurants. So add a bit of sparkle to your meal and check out our list of the best restaurants with entertainment in Brighton.
Not only does the North Laine Pub and Brewery serve fantastic gastro pub food, including sumptuous sharing boards and pub classics, it also offers a variety of entertainment throughout the week. From pub quizzes to beer masterclasses to bottomless brunches, you won't be stuck for things to do as you tuck in at North Laine.
The Mesmerist's interior is amusing enough, with its quirky 1930s gin palace and prohibition era aesthetic while its tasty array of American and grill food will satisfy anyone. But it comes alive nearly every night with a variety of events, including live music, swing and jazz bands, burlesque showcases and boutique DJs. This monument to the weird really is one of the best restaurants with entertainment in Brighton.
Known for serving hearty pub food and large dishes, The Western's big reputation extends to its buzzing night time atmosphere. There's regular live music and extended DJ sets, all in a fantastic venue that opens up onto the street when the sun is finally out. If you need a fun Brighton pub, you've found it in The Western.
No 32 cares about its food: with fish delivered daily, meat carefully aged in house and burgers minced on site, you are guaranteed a delectable meal. But the fresh cream atop the pie is that the restaurant is a constant hub of activity, with live music, DJ nights and loads of other special events, meaning both the food and the restaurant could never be described as dull.
You'll already dine in style with Proud Cabaret Brighton's beautiful baroque architecture, vintage artwork and plush, 20th Century furniture. But while you tuck into a three course meal of international food, you'll be treated to one of their famous burlesque and cabaret shows known across the country.
Even though it boasts delicious seafood and gastro pub dishes coupled with a quirky interior of traditional Edwardian design fused with Scandinavian chic, it's really the cocktails that steal the show. The mixology masters perform with flare for you every day, which isn't the only entertainment: the focus on New York style Jazz, particularly with their Jazz Lounge every Thursday, means there's multiple ways to be entertained in the bar.
Moshimo is a renowned sushi restaurant with an interior fusing the modern and the traditional, from sleek lines and red hues to the sushi conveyor belt. But if you literally want some entertainment and food, book into one of their sushi masterclasses, where you can create the iconic dish and eat it right after.