32 Duke Street Brighton, restaurant & bar

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32 Duke Street Brighton - Eat Drink and Dance

Welcome to 32 Duke Street Brighton. After 20 years, Ben Samandi decided he needed a change. As owner of Havana, one of Brighton’s gastronomic institutions in Brighton's iconic Lanes, he wanted to create something different and new, but more importantly, somewhere that was unique to Brighton.

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32 Duke Street Brighton

32 Duke Street Brighton - In Brighton's Iconic Lanes

The result is 32 Duke Street Brighton, a restaurant, bar and late night club venue, where you can eat, drink and dance.

32 Duke Street Brighton

Big, Bold & Elegant

By completely transforming the classical strong features of his previous incarnation, the interior of No 32 is now big, bold and elegant. Ben has managed to mix contemporary with traditional designs; enormous leather Chesterfield sofas sit alongside industrial looking bars, ultra modern chandeliers shine down on washed wooden floors. The dark ceiling and woodwork also offers a sense of entering somewhere exclusive yet inviting.

32 Duke Street Brighton

Eat at 32

Head Chef Mark and his team serve freshly made food seven days a week. From traditional grills to fashionable burgers, seafood to chicken, Sunday roasts, daily meal offers and pre-theatre menus, all tastes are catered for. Working closely with local suppliers, the meat is aged in-house and fresh pastries are made daily to accompany afternoon coffee.

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Drink

Sipping a cocktail at the end of a working day is a decadent way to start the evening. With a choice of over 40 cocktails, it’s no wonder the two for £10 (choose from the three weekly cocktails) happy hour from 5 to 7pm Sunday through to Friday is popular.

32 Duke Street Brighton

Dance

At the weekends, No 32 turns into the hottest club in town. From 11pm until dawn on Friday and Saturday nights, the tables are cleared and the party begins.

32 Duke Street Brighton

Groups can hire the VIP area or booths. With the sound of great music from local DJs you can Eat, Drink and Dance at Brighton’s one and only all-encompassing modern venue.

Available for party bookings.

Reviews

  1. Martin

    Limp stale salad with fish balls which were OK but very average.
    Lovely interior and music but food very poorly presented and expensive even for Brighton, my home town. Would not recommend unless you are used to Macdonalds ! ….

  2. alex_serdean6

    I’ve been to No 32 for a dinner with a couple of friends and we left very happy. The food is just delightful. There is something for everyone on the menu from stakes to seafood to burgers and more. We were so impressed with all the dishes we had. The cocktails as well are delicious and carefully made, the staff is really friendly and the service very good. I definitely recommend trying No 32 if you haven’t already.

  3. Molly May Grundy

    I visited 32 for the first time a couple of weeks ago, I liked the decor and the staff were friendly, me and my boyfriend ordered the tempura prawns and squid for starters, they were delicious, not one bad thing to be said. We then both opted for the pork belly as a main and a side of mash and spinach, we were very happy with what we received, again the food was faultless, will definitely be coming here again!

  4. Emma Harrel

    32 Duke Street has a great brunch selection, I really enjoyed eating on their sunny terrace. I would recommend one of their Bloody Marys too 😉

  5. Sarah Lamb

    Laid back and decadent dining with a swish interior and a lounge-around alfresco area in the centre of the Lanes. Huge venue with plenty of space. Very varied menu from burgers to salads, steaks to pasta and they have a cracking drinks selection too. Restaurant by day and then club by night!

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