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The New Club Brighton

American inspired dinner and coffee house, offering a vast menu of fresh, American favourites. Set at the bottom of Preston Street, right near the Sea.

Urban Cool – The New Club Brighton

The New Club Brighton has received knock out broadsheet attention since its opening in 2013 and is located on Brighton seafront. This American inspired indie coffee house and eatery mix LA style with NY edge and is located opposite the Brighton i-360 tower.

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It’s a cool mix of beards, beats, tattoos and paired back design, with a super confident restaurant menu delivering all day diner style food.

Interior of venue - The New Club Brighton

Why The New Club Brighton?

Named after the Victorian New Club, which originally stood on the site in the 1870’s, the current art deco building was erected in the late 1930’s. The new, ‘New Club’ arrived in 2012 with a big dream for a then near derelict building.

History seems once again to favour The New Club Brighton, since it’s opening in 2013 it has been hailed by The Times, The Sunday Times and voted one of the best brunch and coffee spots in the country by Stylist Magazine.

Pancakes at The New Club in Brighton

Modern take on the American diner

Open throughout the day The New Club Brighton offers everything from breakfast through to late night dinner and all the beverages you could want in between, from coffee and juice to martinis and craft beer. The food is freshly made and inspired by their experience of simple honest New York diners. Expect a strong brunch offering, juicy fun-loving burgers for lunch and a dinner serving of small and large plates that all celebrate bold flavours. The newest addition to The New Club offering is The Last Supper – a Sunday roast sensation served with roasted duck fat potatoes and all the trimmings.

Food at The New Club Brighton

Dine with a New View – The New Club Brighton

The New Club’s large windows face out over the Brighton seafront with impressive views of the West Pier, making for a spectacular bit of scenery from Sun up to Sun down. Inside, the high walls are covered with large scale images of New York apartment blocks, the iconic fire escapes and graffiti scrawled walls give an urban and edgy feel, which works perfectly with the diner style interior and the odd exposed brick wall.

Green Juice at New Club Brighton

Your Club

Conveniently located at the foot of Preston Street and near Regency Square car park, The New Club is perfect for an impromptu visit but is equally great for hiring out for a private function or party, utilising their private dining Club Lounge area. Children are welcome with a Kids Club menu serving up small person portions of tasty favourites for breakfast through to early evening. The whole menu is well-tailored for vegetarians, vegans and those on a gluten-free diet.

Menu at The New Club in Brighton


  1. Raya Verrecchia

    The best roast in Brighton, I dont understand why this isn’t number 1. I’ve enjoyed lots of roasts in Brighton …the Dyke Tavern Ale house was my favourite but this totally topes it, no doubt 10 out of 10 🫶🙌👌👌👌 everything about this roast is different and far beyond any roast ever eaten.

  2. Ali Brady

    Stopped here in April just after lockdown 3 had ended for an outdoor brunch. It was delicious. Service was friendly and efficient, food was spot on and we sat in the sunshine to keep warm. The big terrace means tables are well spaced out. All round good place to go.

  3. Rhys Trussler

    Lovely place for brunch on a sunny day. Last time I was here I had the vegan American pancakes, I can’t wait to go back and try the vegan cooked breakfast and take in those views of the West Pier over coffee.

  4. Emily Hayden

    Try the brunch–served much of the day. Fresh items plus meats, eggs. You!

  5. Emma Harrel

    The New Club do a great burger and fantastic cocktail. You want to get a seat outside on a sunny evening with their sea views for the best experience!

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