The top places to eat ribs in Brighton and Hove
Having a craving for ribs? Here’s our top places to get ribs in Brighton so that you can satisfy that craving….make sure they give you plenty of napkins!
Old Bank Steak and Ribs, Kemptown
A reputation for serving the best Ribs in Sussex, the Old Bank Steak and Ribs in the quirky area of Kemptown is somewhat of an institution. Family owned and run, what makes their ribs so special is the meticulous care that’s put into them. First, they steam the baby back ribs to tenderise them, then they marinate them for a minimum of 24 hours before grilling them to a sticky perfection.
The Bull Inn, Henfield
Located just north of Henfield, this traditional style pub welcomes the whole family (including the dog!). With plenty of space and a delicious menu specialising in freshly baked pizza we think this is a venue that will please the kids and adults alike! Not only does The Bull Inn serve up their delicious pizzas, but their ribs are pretty good too! Along with the ribs you’ll find burgers, chicken wings, pasta and much more to choose from so everyone leaves with a smile.
Bar-B-Q Shack at the Worlds End Pub
The Worlds End pub houses the renowned Bar-B-Q Shack famed for some of the best Texan Ribs around. Award winning chef, John Hargate spent some time in Texas where he perfected the skill of proper ‘dirty’ Texas Barbeque. Luckily for Brighton, he came back and decided to share this skill. The ribs are smoked nearby then properly basted in John’s homemade sticky sauce, Texas style. Be prepared to go through lot of napkins! Here is a Guardian article which made the Bar B Q Shack famous in 2011.
Dig in the Ribs, Preston Street
Dig in the Ribs is a bit of a stalwart in these parts having been around since 1983. Located in the famed Preston Street, it’s got a reputation for some of the ‘dirtiest’ ribs around. A menu entirely focused on Tex-Mex it;s a smoky, sticky meat fest. The ‘Digs Dirty Ribs’ come as a quarter, half or in full and are served with homemade BBQ sauce, coleslaw and fries.