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.
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.
If you're wondering where's best for brunch in Brighton, then Socialite Restaurant and Bar is calling your name. Topping off their gorgeous interiors and roof terrace is a boozy brunch each Saturday, where 90 minutes of fizz and a tasty plate of grub are in store.
Sing your heart out over breakfast bagels and 2 hours of free flowing drinks every Saturday at Brighton's Lucky Voice, featuring a world-class cocktail bar and 7 karaoke pods set out over 4 floors. What's more, there'll also be a glitter artist to help you become the shining star you are.
If you're looking for brunch with a view in Brighton, then head to The Watershed. Found inside Brighton Marina, this stunning spot has a gorgeous view of the boats from its balcony, along with cosy sofas for snuggling up when the weather turns.
In need of some top-notch brunch plans? Be sure to check out Tucked at Brighton's well-loved Bar Broadway. Join in on their bottomless events filled with drag queens galore, non-stop tunes, with unlimited bubbles and tapas style bites.
If you're looking for brunch in the Brighton Lanes, make it a visit to The Post House. When you're not admiring the landmark property restoration and fresh coffee, try out the brunch menu, complete with smoked salmon on sourdough and wild portobello mushrooms with mustard cashew cream.
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.
Why must brunch have time constraints? The breakfast pros are the place to go for top notch fluffy pancakes and thick milkshakes, available at all hours. On Saturdays enjoy their Toasted bottomless brunch from 3-5pm with 2 hours of unlimited prosecco, bucks fizz and lager for £30 per person.
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.
Living up to its iconic namesake, this stunning spot is the place to go for a special occasion brunch. The menu, available every weekend from 11-4pm, is mahoosive, with snazzy plates such as lobster and asparagus gratin, steak tartar and swordfish steak.
Mange Tout is undoubtedly one of Brighton's cutest independent brunch spots. Come to the sustainable French bistro for your fill of popular brunch classics, including eggs florentine and salmon omelette, alongside homemade juices and locally-sourced coffee.
Located in central Brighton, this award-winning veggie and vegan restaurant sources all of its produce locally to ensure they get the freshest ingredients possible. Enjoy an organically roasted morning cuppa joe alongside corn fritters with eggs, olives and flatbread in the restaurant's beautiful and bright dining space.
Not your average brunch spot, The Community Kitchen's chefs guide you as you learn to create the perfect poached eggs, stacked pancakes and hollandaise sauce. Once finished, you'll get to tuck in and wash it down with some fizzy cocktails.
A truly inspired and original brunch offering from this independent, family-run pizza pub. Perched on the hillside, 2 minutes walk from Brighton station, The West Hill Tavern offers a Saturday 'Let's Get Pizza'd' bottomless pizza brunch, featuring breakfast-inspired toppings such as shakshuka, avocado, mushrooms, eggs and bacon. 'Nuff said.
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.
Nestled in Brighton's beachfront arches, this suave and sustainable spot also runs Brighton's largest - and only - organic coffee roastery. Nosh on fresh crab and avocado benedict or Beirut breakfast - comprised of of organic poached eggs, beetroot tahini, roasted aubergine and za'atar focaccia.
The American-inspired beachfront eatery is a corker of a breakfast spot with a number of cracking brunch-time cocktails. Feast on the likes of caramalised banana and hazelnut crumb pancakes or black pudding, chorizo and monterey jack breakfast rolls.