Beach, pier, bars, fairs, LGBT celebrations, amazing nightlife, even better food: Brighton should be on everyone’s bucket list and in no small part thanks to its delicious Breakfast, Brunch and Sunday Lunch choices spread across the City.
Visit the Brighton Pavilion for a dose of history and culture, along with more low-brow kicks like getting candy on the pier and soaking up the sun along the promenade (and of course, getting some famous Brighton Rock). Summertime brings Brighton Pride, the Festival of Lights and year-round attractions along Brighton Pier, an idyllic spot to bring friends and family.
Winding through the infamous Lanes in the centre, with its artisan delis, independent retailers and cute hole-in-the-wall craft joints, the weird and the wonderful all come together here. Brunch places in the Lanes are ample, from fresh, local Breakfasts at Mange Tout to Bottomless Brunch at The Breakfast Club on Market Street. Vegan options are also limitless in Brighton, one of the greenest patches in England with a big focus on seasonal and organic produce.
Perhaps expected, Brighton excels in fresh seafood and many of the most loved Brunch spots make the most of the proximity to clear waters: English’s of Brighton is a citywide institution who rustle up a mean Lobster Benedict, while Lucky Beach has gorgeous ocean views and a great Sunday Brunch. Brightonians make a big deal out of Sunday Lunch too, so get your hands on a delicious roast at MARKET Restaurant and Bar in Hove or Camelia Hotel on the Eastern Esplanade.
So, if you’re in Brighton and looking for the best Bottomless Brunch, the heartiest traditional Sunday roast, the top party spots for a social Brunch with friends, the most hipster of artisan coffee shops or the places to go if you’re vegan then use our guide below because, as we all know, nothing is more soul destroying than making a terrible selection. Some even have free online booking too so you can beat that dreaded queue.