Revolution is full of things to do on the weekend in Brighton, from cocktail masterclasses to partying late with their amazing DJs. The bar and restaurant also has a sun-trap terrace which is perfect for munching on a burger or pizza come summer.
Things To Do In Brighton This Weekend
We've been working our socks off all week and now it's finally here... THE WEEKEND. There's never any shortage of things to do in Brighton on the weekend, from parties in Tiki clubs through to pizza and vinyl pubs, a weekend in Brighton will make you forget any weekday-worries. Read our recommendations for what's on this weekend in Brighton and get ready to have a whole heap of fun.
From bottomless brunch through to incredible supper clubs, The Tempest Inn on the seafront is a great choice for a weekend in Brighton. Set in a series of quirky caves, the spot is perfect for Sunday lunch as well as staying open late on weekend nights for some serious DJ nights.
Sundays were made for eating and The Lion and Lobster, one of the oldest pubs in town, is a great spot for Sunday Lunch in Brighton. Full of cosy corners, fairy lights and eclectic decor, the pub piles plates with roast potatoes, heaps of meat and tonnes of veg.
With plenty of upcoming weekend events in Brighton, Dead Wax Social is a hot spot to while away a few hours come Saturday and Sunday. After a pint of craft ale? This bar pumps brews from local breweries as well as choosing top tipples from around the country, soak it all up with one of their epic pizzas.
Singing your heart out and swigging cocktails should always be a Brighton weekend activity and luckily Lucky Voice Karaoke Brighton have got us covered. The karaoke rooms have a huge roster of songs for you to pick from along with a cracking cocktail list to help warm the vocal chords.
Got a penchant for the beer-y things in life? Then The North Laine Pub and Brewery is where you should be spending your weekends in Brighton. The pub has an onsite micro brewery for the freshest pints as well as a line-up of fun nighttime events, for anyone wondering how to spend a weekend in Brighton.
Founded in the 1500s, The Black Lion has been making upcoming Brighton weekend events hot to trot for more than 500 years. Just because it's Sunday, that doesn't mean the weekend fun is over, Sunday Service brings live bands, DJs and a rowdy bunch together for a final hurrah.
Head to one of Brighton's best VR cafes and don a headset that will let enjoy cutting edge gameplay. From single-player games to multiplayer melees, they've got a huge selection of activities to take you out of this world.