Brighton New Year’s Eve
Brighton caters for all tastes and we enjoy nothing more than the dissemination of epicurean information, so go forth good people and Happy New Year!
NYE at the Hove Place Winter Garden
Celebrate in style with the Hove Place Tasting Menu. £50 per person for 7 courses (+£20 wine flight optional). Starts 7.30pm, book 01273 738266
A Hog Roast option also available at the same venue in their winter garden. Live music brought to you by George Martin Marino & Natalia Lorelay!
Be amazed by performers, magicians, fortune tellers and more at the Mesmerist. Be Mesmerised by this wonderful spectacular night and see in the New Year celebrations. A fun packed night of delights with a bit of everything from all round the world. £15 per ticket (entry guaranteed till 11pm) Limited VIP tickets available.
See it in in style
If New Year’s Eve isn’t a time get the glad rags on with friends and make some dance floor shapes, then we don’t know when is. Get your flap on at the 1920’s themed party at The Hilton or, The Old Ship Hotel is putting on a gala dinner dance or you could dine in the sky with Brighton’s i360 NYE event.
Escape the madness
Fancy something a little less Glitz N’ Glam? Compete for the champion title of Big Quiz Of The Year at The Sussex Ox. Think cocktails, craft beer and a non-fussy pub grub menu. Add in friends, challenges, healthy competition and BIG prizes to see in the new year, pub style.
For those less inclined to elbow jogging the new year in, wine bars offer a degree more sophistication, not to mention a better selection of wine. To avoid a washout New Year’s Day, Plateau’s wine list is jam-packed with organic low sulfur wines ideal for hangover dodging. L’Atelier du Vin in the North Laine and Seven Dials has some seriously knowledgeable staff to guide you through their extensive wine list and Ten Green Bottles boasts the perfect location if you are heading on to party past midnight. Check out other wine bars here.
See in the new year in style and visit one of the many sleek and stylish Cocktail bars in our city. Enjoy a smoking tipple at The Grand or an expertly developed classic cocktail at Bohemia Bar. Step into the prohibition era at L’Atelier Du Vin, into a sustainable future at GungHo or onto a plane to Japan at Kujira. For our full list of cocktail bars head over to this page.
Indian Summer guarantees a party for your taste buds this New Years’ Eve. Offering their delicious and varied A La Carte menu for groups of up to 9, and for groups of 10 or more, a sharing menu is available with four selections of both starters and mains. View the menu and book here. Heading into the New Year why not try something new on Brighton’s foodie scene? Kindling has some availability left for their unique tasting menu until 11 pm.
Brighton's best restaurants
If you want to skip the party altogether, why not enjoy a (fairly) low key dinner out before heading home to watch the fireworks on the sofa? The Salt Room and sister restaurant The Coal Shed are both offering deliciously indulgent set menus this New Year’s Eve. Fancy dinner by sea? Head to West Beach Bar and Kitchen for their three-course New Year’s Eve offering at just £30 pp including bubbly.
A New Year’s Eve party, Plateau style. A dress up theme that requires as little or as much thought as you can cope with, Plateau have been inspired by the Charles Mingus song ‘Orange was the colour of her dress’. Choose a colour, dress to impress, enjoy a fabulous sharing feast and a night to remember for just £45 per person. Booking essential.
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