This autumn we want you to create your own #BrightonWishlist and to help inspire you we will be sharing wishlists from a variety of residents, each with their own reasons for loving this quirky city we all love to work in, live in or visit. 

Today Chris Harrison tells us what's on his #BrightonWishlist. Chris is the founder of Brighton's Harrison Agency, a creative designer and also an amazing photographer.

Chris Harrison, Brighton

Here's my #BrightonWishlist...

Brunch at Mange Tout (the best vegetarian brekkie in Brighton IMO!)

Lunch at Iydea (best canteen style veggie in Brighton)

A long stroll from Brighton Palace Pier to King Alfred Centre (a fab all year round walk)

Evening drinks at Devils Dyke (take the 77 bus and either bring your own drinks or get a shandy at the pub!)

Ice cream from Marrocco's (all year round)

Morning coffee at Pavilion Gardens Cafe, especially on a warm morning in early Spring

Special occasion posh meal at GingerMan, Norfolk Square, still my fave up-market restaurant in Brighton

Early morning summer sea swim from the beach opposite Hove Lawns, take your own toast and coffee (bit quieter than the main city beaches)

The BEST almond croissants ON THE PLANET from Real Patisserie on Trafalgar St

Pop into Phoenix Arts whenever they have an exhibition on in their public gallery, always very good quality work

Drop in for a weekly Wednesday lunchtime meditation at the Brighton Buddhist Centre, get calm and learn to meditate

Drop in to Presuming Eds for a coffee anytime

Visit Ditchling Museum for some great Arts and Crafts exhibitions

Scour Diplocks Yard for excellent flea market, vintage and antique treasures

Watch people playing pétanque on a sunny day down at Brighton & Hove Pétanque Club

Thanks Chris! 

Don't forget to join us on social to let us know what you have added to your #BrightonWishlist




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