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…

Kooks Restaurant Brighton Situated in the heart of the North Laine, Kooks restaurant Brighton is a great place to begin, end, or punctuate your day in Brighton. In summer the outdoor seating is perfect for taking a break in the midst of the lively and colourful Gardner Street, or escape into the arty and chilled…

Polpo Brighton – Chef interview During another beautiful day in Brighton we had the pleasure of catching up with executive chef James Brown at Polpo Brighton on New Road. We spoke about everything from his favourite cookbook to his dream celeb dinner date. Here are some of the highlights from our chat.  Traditional cooking…

Come up to the attic L’Atelier Du Vin – The prohibition themed bar in Kensington Gardens happily ends it relationship with 1920’s at the bit where there’s no alcohol. Rather it is a celebration of socialite culture, a place for conversation lubricated by exquisite drinks. Two years in planning and constructing, L’Atelier is a love…

Graduation Brighton – The Final Test. Months of revising, late night essay writing, energy drinks (and energy drink induced hysteria), study group sessions (and study group session induced hysteria) have finally, finally paid off, and graduation should be the big slap on the back every student deserves. But there’s one more test- finding a venue…

Bars Brighton – Shake, pour, pose. The cocktail is an evocative potion, conjuring up the parties of the 1930’s socialites, the sartorial wit of Dorothy Parker and the lethal charm of James Bond. Every cocktail is a statement, so they’re as much about who you want to be, as they are about what you want…

Things to do in Brighton As visitors to the city file down in their train carriage load to a mile wide strip of beach between the Palace Pier and the i360, we at Restaurants Brighton take a slightly wider view of why Brighton is such a great place to explore. Naturally, us being us, our…

Sustainability Restaurants Brighton It is no surprise that the Sustainable Restaurant Association reports a huge increase in interest over the last ten years surrounding sustainable dining. Brighton is, and has for some time been a hub for that buzzword ‘sustainability’ and we are hugely lucky to be the home of some of the UK’s best…

Every Day is Market Day With its iconic green tiled facade and astroturf ‘lawn’, Market has become synonymous with a lively and social atmosphere. Inside, the menu continues the market theme being divided according to traditional stands; the Butcher, Fishmonger, Greengrocer and Baker. Serving up a fine array of small plates from its open plan…

Father’s day Brighton quick fix Like a ninja in the night, Father’s Day can sneak up on you. And lets face it, the advertising budgets are way, way more behind Mother’s Day, so without a hundred-and-ten adverts every fifteen second there to remind you, it can well… just slip your mind. If this year finds…

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