Fun Dinners in Brighton
Why settle for the standard when going out for dinner in Brighton? Our fair city is full to brim with quirky eateries whose number one priority is F-U-N - we've lined up the best of the best, to give you our recommendations for fun dinners in Brighton.
Last updated on 27th January 2017
Committed to craft beers and fascinated by all things New York, the team behind East Street Tap offer Brighton's beer connoisseurs a chance to try the best brews that America has to offer. With a team of chefs offering guests a selection of hearty New York-inspired dishes, guests can tuck into a selection of salted-beef bagels and a fiery range of hotdogs.
If it's succulent street food and colourful ware that you're after, La Choza is your place. Offering colour in its bounty, this Mexican inspired eatery brings friendly fiesta flair to North Laine: look forward to burritos, nachos and enchiladas aplenty, with a fair selection of Mexican beers, cocktails and even their specialty alcohol slushie.
Look forward to creative cocktails and indulgent British classics at this curious little spot in The Lanes. The parched can look forward to a fascinating array of molecular mixes: the 'Brighton Rock Clover' and 'Smoked Coffee Old Fashion' come adorned in pieces of real Brighton rock and dry ice. With more than a few quirky charms up their oh-so-stylish sleeves, Bohemia is a stellar choice for fun dinners in Brighton.
Sister restaurant to the ever-popular London venues, MEATliquor is the talk of the town amongst Brighton's carnivores and cocktail fiends. Serving up their infamous 'Dead Hippie Burger' and a happy selection of curious concoctions in a crazy cavern of urban artwork, plush purple booths and anarchy themed interiors, this is your spot for a fun dinner in Brighton.
Nothing says a good night quite like eating delicious steak, and that’s exactly what you’re getting at the Waterside Restaurant. There’s four different cuts to choose from cooked exactly how you like it, alongside a menu of great British dishes with a twist and sumptuous Sunday roasts. For good food and an even better atmosphere, go to the Waterside Restaurant.
As unconventional as they come, The Globe boasts an impressive array of quirky treats for both the eyes and the palate. Surround yourself with all sorts of vintage brick-a-brak, from retro game consoles to a copper clad cieling, whilst you chow down on their signature Krispy Kreme Burger (that's right, a tasty burger sandwiched between two halves of a Krispy Kreme doughnut, with the obligatory serving of bacon and cheese).
Expect more than the classic diner experience at JB's - boasting bar stools, red lacquer booths, neon signage and walls doused in vintage regalia, JB's American Diner stands as a not-so-subtle homage to the 50's stateside diner that we have come to know and love. Indulge in a booming steak, Baileys and Oreo or Dark Rum and Brownie milkshakes.