Fathers Day 2017 in Brighton
He's scorned you, and he's often found with the telly on far too loud, but he's also the first person to pick you up from too rowdy a night on the tiles. From craft beer caverns and whiskey watering holes to steak-laden restaurants for a fun filled Father's Day MEAT-UP, there are plenty of top notch joints in Brighton to take your pops to this year. Check out our recommendations for some of the best bars and pubs to take your dear ol' Dad to this Father's Day in Brighton and show that darling brute how much you love him with a pint or three.
If you want to take your beloved Pa back to the good old days (no matter how old or young he may be) you can delight in the 1930s charm of The Mesmerist. There's live swing and jazz to tuck into as well as a dedicated Hendrick's bar so you can prop yourselves up and enjoy some period entertainments this Father's Day.
When it comes to a humble and laid-back pub for a Father's Day meal in Brighton, there's one location coming up trumps, and that's Grand Central. Enjoy pints of craft beer alongside a top roster of gastro inspired plates.
Take in beachfront views and the goodness of that fresh salty air at The Tempest, a sold Brighton boozer and destination to hit up with your Pa. This cavernous den is a good one for exploring a good spread of beers and lots of hearty home cooked grub. This is an ideal destination to get a thumbs up from daddy dearest and have a Sunday well spent.
When it comes to the ultimate meaty meal in Brighton, not many places can dose your dad on the finest produce that our fair British isles have to offer quite like Coal Shed. Whether it's a roast or a hunking steak that he's after, they have the very best.
Seven Dials is quaint, it's charming and it's relaxed, making it prime for this Father's Day in Brighton. Head on down to the cool, quirky and pub-inspired The Cow for a roster of roast dinners and burger bites alongside a top beer and spirits selection.
Warning: lathered meats in store. Delivering an utterly indulgent plate of meat, heat and other such treats, the menu over at MEATliquor is a surefire way to impress Dad this Father's Day. Slap him the signature Dead Hippie burger, with a side of slaw and chili cheese fries, for some ultimate indulgence this Father's Day.
For a versatile menu that fulfills in both style and substance, you'll want to bring your Dad to the Earth & Stars in North Laine - 'cause boy, are these guys good at Father's Day in Brighton. Fill him up on slabs of meat (cooked to perfection, of course), layer upon layer of burger-y goodness, or even treat him to one of their infamous Sunday Roasts (trust us, it's the stuff of legend).
Is your dear Dad a bit of a beer baron? Then how about one of the best plots for craft beer in the city? If their name doesn't tell you enough already, Brewdog are the pinnacle when it comes to unique hops and flavours. A charming boozer with craft beer from the world over, this Brighton beer cavern will score awesome pops points this Father's Day.
If your Dad knows more about whiskey than the names of your favourite bands, then you can't got wrong with a venture to Speakeasy at The Wick this Father's Day in Brighton. A somewhat secretive bar found in The Wick Inn pub where whiskey cocktails and bourbon styled delights reign supreme, Speakeasy at The Wick is a prohibition style boozer that will leave you all with hankerings for bootleggin' days of the 1920s.