Where To Have Brunch In Brighton

Boy, does Brighton know its brunches. From Kemptown to West Hill, North Laine to the beachfront, the town is littered with spots serving weekend breakfasts for locals and tourists alike. Whether you're looking for a bottomless weekend brunch for you and the BFFs, a classy restaurant to take the parents - their treat - or an independent sustainable seaside joint, you'll find them all in the beautiful town (and on this list). Have a look below for recommendations of some of our favourite places to have brunch in Brighton.

Last updated on 9th March 2023

Showlesque and Gamestars

Like your brunch with a side of saucy? Then make your way to The Walrus for Showlesque and Gamestars. This fun-packed event will not only be providing top-notch grub and flowing bevvies, but they will also be hosting fun-packed entertainment.

The Coal Shed

Following their ethos of meat, fish and fire, The Coal Shed have shaken up the brunch game with their refreshing and unconventional take on breakfast classics. Buttered English Crumpets have been spiced up with smoked beef and Asian pickles whilst eggs and bacon have been swapped for smoked pork belly, kimchi, fried eggs and Korean bbq.

The Brunch Club - Brighton

The Brunch Club are spicing up you weekends with their bottomless events. A must for lovers of High School Musical, this themed bonanza will see you belting out all the bangers, watching impressive live performances and tucking into tasty fare.


So it might not be exactly in Brighton but this stylish Hove hotspot is a worthy exception. Not only is the restaurant absolutely beautiful - think foliage-filled ceilings, ambient lighting and a beautiful colour scheme - but the brunch menu is great. There's even a section created for the fitness-focused, offering dishes with calories, protein, carbs and fat levels listed. 

The Bok Shop

1-2 step down to The Bok Shop for a weekend hip-hop bottomless brunch from 12-2pm every Saturday. Enjoy freeflowing prosecco or mimosas with any chicken or vegan burger and side, all whilst being accompanied by the sweet sweet sounds of old-school hip-hop.