Today we welcome back Beth from Restaurants Brighton to give us some tips on how to make the most of the party season in Brighton...

Party season is upon us, and of course, we’re not talking about those parties that are busy backbiting and squabbling amongst themselves like attention-grabbing children. We’re talking about the fun kind!

Amongst all the uncertainty that we’re facing right now, one thing is definite; Brighton knows how to enjoy itself. So bring on the good times and show our city’s fantastic, eclectic, food and drink scene what you’re made of.

Christmas parties!

Only six weeks to go until Christmas. To get you in the festive spirit why not check out our 12 uniquely Brighton Christmas things to do. Can't cook, won't cook? Here's who's serving on Christmas Day. Book your festive party or get-together with our handy listings of all the best seasonal offerings in and around town.

If you want it your own way then check out our Private Party listings for the venues that give you exclusive hire.

Photo of people pulling a christmas cracker. Credit - Restaruants Brighton

Welcome Parties!

Opening this winter are eagerly awaited Kindling Restaurant from former Food For Friends owners Ramin and Jane Mostowfi, and in an as yet to be announced location new concept restaurant Cyan. Exciting things are afoot in the newly developed Lanes with the Coppa Club opening in Brighton Square (complete with igloos!) and Michelin star Chef, Ian Swainson's resident pop-up at Lost in the Lanes, Amarillo.

You can also keep your tastebuds tingling with all the latest flavours with our New In Town page.

Photo of a dish at Kindling. Credit - Restaruants Brighton

Brunch parties!

Brunch is the most social of all meals, add some free-flowing prosecco, mimosas or bloody Marys to the mix, and it's also the most decadent. In Brighton, there are plenty of great offers on Bottomless Brunch available, as is to be expected from the city of excess, and what better time to indulge than in the season of excess?

Keep it classy with an afternoon tea; they’re also often available bottomless, or at least a little bit boozy.

Photo of a brunch dish. Credit - Restaruants Brighton


Kindling Restaurant
Kindling interior

Our food promises to surprise, educate and stimulate with ‘being kind’ at the core of every creation. Set on East Street in Brighton’s Lanes the Kindling atmosphere will be laid back elegance, with an open kitchen and bar where diners can watch the kindling set alight the grill.

Coppa Club Brighton
Coppa Club Brighton

Located in Brighton Square within the heart of Brighton lanes, Coppa Club offers a relaxed, welcoming space that’s open all day from early breakfast to late evening drinks



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