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23RD MARCH 2023

Delve Deeper into Brighton

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You may feel you have only scraped the surface of Brighton's bustling scene, with so much to visit and see in this seaside town. Here we dig deeper, looking at exclusive hidden treasures to visit on the sunny South coast of East Sussex. 

Experience the luxurious side of Brighton, a city that boasts a myriad of attractions. From the regal splendor of the Royal Pavilion to the quaint beachside cafés and charming shops, there is something for everyone. But for those who seek the exclusivity and refinement of hidden gems, Brighton also has a wealth of opulent treasures waiting to be discovered. Indulge in our carefully curated list of luxurious favourites that promise to leave a lasting impression.

SOHO House 

A place with a diverse membership to connect, grow, have fun, and make an impact. From the beginning and throughout their 25-year history, members have always been at the heart of everything they do. Their main Brighton Beach House restaurant is on a Grade-II listed terrace on Madeira Drive, the first Soho House to open in Sussex. They offer versatile event spaces, members-only hotel stays, access to gyms and spas and member rates at all Soho house restaurants. Membership here is definitely worth having. 

Murmur restaurant

Located on the waterfront, opposite Brighton West Pier, this restaurant offers all-day dining with a delicious menu from the 2017 winner of the Great British menu, Michael Bremner, serving local seafood. The restaurant also has a fantastic terrace overlooking the beach; they are also children and dog friendly. 

North Laine

North Laine is a fascinating and historic quarter of Brighton that offers a unique shopping and cultural experience. In the 18th and 19th centuries, North Laine was a working-class neighbourhood known for its tanneries, breweries, and slaughterhouses. Today, the area is home to over 400 independent businesses, including vintage shops, record stores, and artisanal cafés. The area is renowned for its colourful street art, Bohemian vibe, and eclectic mix of independent traders. With its rich history, vibrant culture, and exceptional quality, North Laine is a must-visit destination for anyone seeking a unique and authentic experience in Brighton.

Rialto Theatre

The Rialto Theatre in Brighton is a true gem for anyone looking for an intimate and unforgettable theatre experience. This historic venue is over 100 years old and was originally a Victorian-era skating rink before it was converted into a theatre in the 1930s. The theatre has since undergone extensive renovations and now offers a stunningly elegant and intimate space for theatre, dance, and live music. The Rialto Theatre is known for its diverse programming, which includes everything from innovative new productions to classic works by some of the world's greatest playwrights. With its rich history, intimate atmosphere, and exceptional programming, the Rialto Theatre has been a significant part of Brighton's cultural scene ever since. You'll find everything from comedy shows, new plays and musicals here - don't forget your tickets! 

The Old Market 

The Old Market opened in 2011 in Brunswick Town, an independent hub for the arts to perform in their city, hosting music from Fatboy Slim to musicals by local talent. They also offer an event space for hire for all-sized parties, events and wedding receptions. 

Brighton Open-Air Theatre 

A 400-seat theatre nestled in Dyke Road Park, Brighton. It opened in 2015 for a few weeks in the summer and has gone from strength to strength. A unique theatre experience you can enjoy under East Sussex's night sky, they host a wide range of performances, including theatre, music, comedy, dance, opera, circus, and family shows. 

64degrees restaurant 

A unique restaurant tucked away in the Brighton Lanes, not only does this hidden gem offer an exceptional culinary experience, but it also boasts a warm and inviting ambience. The restaurant's open kitchen concept allows diners to watch the talented chefs prepare their meal right before their eyes, adding an element of excitement and anticipation to the dining experience. The intimate setting and attentive staff make this restaurant perfect for a romantic evening out or a celebratory dinner with friends. With a focus on locally sourced and seasonal ingredients, the menu is thoughtfully curated to showcase the best of Sussex's produce, with each dish expertly crafted to tantalize the taste buds. This restaurant truly offers a one-of-a-kind dining experience, with every detail carefully considered to provide a memorable and satisfying experience for guests.

Cut Your Wolf Loose

Cut Your Wolf Loose is a stylish and sophisticated whiskey bar located in the vibrant North Laine district of Brighton that boasts an exceptional selection of premium whiskies from around the world, as well as a range of cocktails. Whether you're a whiskey connoisseur or just looking to try something new, Cut Your Wolf Loose has something to suit every taste. The knowledgeable and attentive staff are on hand to guide you through the extensive menu and help you find the perfect drink to match your preferences. 

Discerning whiskey enthusiasts can indulge in an unparalleled tasting experience, with tastings held fortnightly on Monday or Tuesday evenings. Guests have the opportunity to sample some of the world's most sought-after spirits while learning from renowned distillers, bottlers, and whisky experts. These exclusive events are perfect for anyone, from novice to aficionado, and provide a rare opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals in a fun, social atmosphere. 

The Plotting Parlour

If you're looking for something different, then The Plotting Parlour might be just what you need! A speak-easy style bar, serving locally sourced, seasonal cocktails alongside an extensive list of natural wines, beers and small plates. This is a great place to go in the evening, even taking bespoke bookings for parties, birthdays, and weddings. 

Brighton and Hove is a vibrant coastal city with a rich history, beautiful architecture and some of the best food in the world. The city has been voted one of the UK's happiest places to live. So these hidden gems are sure to impress if you're a lucky resident or looking to move into the beautiful City of Brighton and Hove.

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