Father’s day Brighton quick fix Our handy guide to Father’s Day Brighton based gits for the foodie father. It’s likely the old man has already got a mug with “Worlds Best Dad” on it or a T-shirt saying “If found drunk return to the pub”, so how about getting him something he’ll actually like? In…

Your June Agenda – Food and Drink Events in Brighton Brighton buzzes with excitement during the summer months and our city is offering some brilliant food and drink events in June to keep the energy levels up. With the may Festival over you might find yourself on a bit of a fun crash; ease the…

7 reasons why we love Zama restaurant Hove As Brighton’s food a drink scene continues to grow, it can often be difficult to make a decision when choosing a restaurant to dine at. Restaurants Brighton to the rescue, with our blog post series ‘7 reasons why we love…’ This week we delve into the depths…

Things to do – Bank Holiday Brighton The bank holiday is upon us and Brighton is buzzing with excitement for the four day weekend. From food markets to Brighton’s best new art exhibitions, there really is no excuse for staying in this weekend. This is our guide to Bank Holiday Brighton. Use this guide to…

All Aboard the 11X bus Brighton Brighton Buses has introduced a new route for the summer, the 11X bus Brighton. The journey will carry you out of the city into beautiful East Sussex, with culturally edifying and tastebud satisfying destinations dotted along the way. Leave the car keys at home and grab your sunglasses, this…

National Vegetarian Week -Vegetarian Vegan Brighton Brighton’s reputation as a vegetarian and vegan friendly city has been long established. Almost every one of the city’s restaurants and pubs will have plenty of non-meat or dairy options on their menus, with many others being dedicated purely to vegetarian and vegan dining. With plant-based eating continuing to…

Brighton Festival Roll up, roll up! For the merry month of May Brighton explodes into a carnival of culture with the Brighton Festival, Fringe Festival, Great Escape and Artist Open Houses all marking the beginning of what will hopefully be a long summer of fun, sun and entertainment. For the high-brow culture vultures, the vaudeville…

Kenny Tutt interview Bank manager turned chef proprietor at Worthing’s hottest new restaurant, PITCH, Kenny Tutt is one of Brighton’s fondest success stories. We catch up with Kenny ahead of his appearances at The Foodies Festival 2019 on Hove Lawns (May 3rd, 4th and 5th) where he reveals menu teasers for the new opening and…

Q&A with Laura from Small Batch Coffee Small Batch Coffee started ten years ago as a single coffee shop. Now, with eight cafes, Small Batch is considered one of the big players when it comes to coffee in Brighton. Their Brighton roastery guarantees fresh and quality coffee in every cup and the Pavillion inspired logo ensures…

I’m never drinking again… …so goes the drinker’s reproach. You’ve woken up with a marching band playing in your head, and a mouth like sandpaper. Somehow you’ve got to get back to a semblance of normality, you need the right food, or drink, but decision making is tough. Every morning after is as unique as…

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