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Please consider downloading this app to support small independent publishing and because:

  • All content is designed for mobile devices and works best there.
  • Detailed in-app maps will help you find sites using your device’s GPS.
  • The app works offline (one time upgrade required on Android versions).
  • All advertising (only present on Android versions) can be removed.

The app will also allow you to:

  • Add custom locations to the app map (your hotel…).
  • Create your own list of favourites as you browse.
  • Search the entire contents using a fast and simple text-search tool.
  • Make one-click phone calls (on phones).
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EAT, DRINK, SHOP & MORE

Brighton June 2012-25

In a city with heaps of tantalizing restaurants, cool bars and unique independent shops, it's no wonder that eating, drinking and shopping are favourite pursuits for both locals and visitors.


The Graphic Foodie is an excellent blog on all the latest culinary happenings. Passionate Foodies should also not miss the Food and Drink Tour which runs tours on several themes including craft beer discovery.


Entertainment is high on the agenda too. Brighton is home to a variety of venues hosting everything from West End musicals to bizarre indie productions. Additionally, the city has one of the best reputations in the country for its live music scene.

Cinemas include the cosy comfort of the Duke's at the Komedia and the original Duke of York's, both a refreshing alternative to the multiplexes.


The leading nightlife website is Design My Night.


Public health concerns (up-to-date local info at Visit Brighton) continue to cause disruption and closures in Brighton and because the situation is fast changing we suggest you check the status of any attraction, restaurant, bar or venue shortly before visiting.

Cafés

LGBTQ

Live Music

Pubs & Bars

Restaurants & Eating

Shops & Shopping

Theatres & Cinemas

Text © Sue King

Image by Garry Knight