For a true taste of Southern European-style dishes, head to Med this Valentine's Day. Located on Little East Street in The Lanes, this foodie hub has just what a romantic evening needs, and that's great sharing tapas plates, alongside a tasty wine menu to boot.
Valentine's Day 2023 In Brighton
Make the 14th a one to remember with our fabulous range of restaurants, events, and activities. Whether you want to treat your sweetheart to a lavish three-course meal in a swanky eatery overlooking the sea or fancy having a go at UV-themed crazy golf, here's our guide to Valentine's Day 2023 in Brighton.
Fancy a challenge this Valentine's Day? Then Brighton's Great Game Treasure Hunt is a solid choice. Test your joint brainpower, solving puzzles and riddles to find the hidden treasure, while you also learn cool facts about landmarks or secret places in the town.
Celebrate Valentine's Day 2023 with plenty of bevvies and nibbles at The Wine Cellar Brighton. Step inside this Marlborough Place venue, where you'll be able to choose between a range of booze-fuelled packages, which are complemented by local cheese, bread and meat.
Paint a Pic hosts all kinds of fun-filled art classes across Brighton. And on Valentine's Day? They're holding a special event that's perfect for couples who want to unleash their creative sides. Whip up a beautiful work of art while side by side, plus enjoy drinks and fun tunes.
Sure, you could spend Valentine's Day in a restaurant or holed up in a cocktail bar, but why would you when you can game each other to the ends of the earth (or, at least the pier). If that's more your kind of thing, get to the World's End for games or casual pints aplenty.
If you're searching for Valentine's Day events in Brighton, then visit this Kemptown favourite. Make your way to Proud, where you'll find class cabaret acts and seductive burlesque dancers on the days surrounding the 14th, all while you tuck into a hearty feast.
Whether you fancy slurping your way through a selection of tall tipples or making things a bit fancier with a gastro-British menu, No 32 is a prime choice come February. With a club, bar and restaurant boasting slick decor and fail-safe dishes, it's perfect for romantic dinners.
After Brighton restaurants for Valentine's Day? Tuck into signature sharing plates at The Salt Room, from shellfish to succulent cuts of steak, which are charred to perfection over fire and served alongside fries. If you're feeling thirsty, there's Champers on the menu too.
Fronting date night vibes and a stylish interior, Post House Cafe is a great Valentine's Day restaurant to check out. Enjoy getting stuck into a tasting menu or chowing down on tapas, such as crispy squid, pork belly bites and padron peppers. Yum.
On the hunt for things to do on Valentine's Day in Brighton? Stanmer House has just what you need. Delve into a decadent three-course candlelit feast in the gorgeous country mansion, which will be soundtracked by a roster of live music from some of the town's finest performers.
Need foodie Valentine's Day plans? Celebrate the 14th the right with an afternoon tea or sharing platter at 2 Church Street. Grab your sweetheart and enter this pretty venue, where you'll be able to delve into scones with strawberry jam, salmon sandwiches or macarons.
Nestled in a series of caves along the beachfront, this is one quirky spot to take your beau this Valentine's Day. Get close in a cosy corner, sip real ales and feast on some seriously fresh seafood from the privacy of your very own cavernous retreat.
As one of Brighton's oldest boozers, The Lion and Lobster is an atmospheric little spot to spend Valentine's Day. Strewn with fairy lights and lots of cosy little corners, snuggle up to enjoy pints of real ale and a crackin' selection of gastro pub food.
You can always rely on Metropole Bar & Terrace for Valentine's Day ideas in Brighton. And this year, this hotspot is going all-out with a drag-fuelled Galentine's brunch, which includes free-flowing booze, tasty brekky plates and entertainment from local favourites, such as Dick Day.
Nestled in the heart of the marina among the yachts and sailboats, The Watershed is a floating bar that's great for date night. Whether you're heading over for a spot of lunch, or for some drinks, it has a variety of fabulous cocktails and bites to indulge in.
If an activity-based Valentine's Day with your girlies or beau is your sort of thing, Globalls has just what you need. Enter this quirky crazy golf hub for plenty of rounds of UV-themed fun. And if that's not enough, there's also a cocktail bar boasting wacky concoctions.
The best-loved venue Tottington Manor is hosting a few events that are ideal for a Valentine's Day date in Brighton. Whether you're heading in for a romantic afternoon tea or sit-down evening meal, this gem will be adding plenty of magic to the 14th of February.
If you and your love adore a good snifter or two, then Be At One is a firm choice. From margaritas to negronis, there's something to set any mood. Whether you're winding down after dinner or getting ready for a big night out, this drinking den has got the thing for everyone.
Be sure to visit Artista Cafe & Gallery for a night of side-splitting laughter courtesy of The Secret Comedy Club. The ideal date night setting, the intimate little venue is adorned with twinkling fairy lights and cosy two-seaters.
Hidden below footsteps on Brighton's seafront is Alcotraz Cell Block One-Three, an immersive cocktail experience inspired by Hollywood movies. Expect to smuggle in contraband, especially liquor, past the guards which will be used to make some delicious and bespoke concoctions.
Hidden above a spiralling staircase at The Wick is a 1920s-style drinking den, touting low lights, mahogany booths and walls filled with exotic liqueurs from all over the world. This bar is serving up bootlegged cocktails and some seriously romantic vibes.
From the 10th to 19th of February, The Ivy In The Lanes is whipping up a showstopping menu, making it one of our favourite Valentine's Day restaurants in Brighton. Enjoy a three-course dinner, which includes the irresistible raspberry heart mille feuille.
Look, we get it, not everyone wants to pay through the nose for a three-course spread and tipples, especially not on Valentine's Day. Still looking to take your partner somewhere cool? Then the basement galleon snug at The Black Dove is just the destination.
They do say oysters are an aphrodisiac and when it comes to seaside fare, you'll be hard pushed to find anywhere better than the heralded Riddle & Finns. From scallops and locally caught fish to some of the most indulgent bottles of Champagne in the city, this is a great spot for date night.