Brighton Breeze

17 Charlotte Street, Brighton, BN1 2AG, United Kingdom
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WHERE TO GO IN BRIGHTON

by lucy222

I am going to brighton with my partner in august for the first time. I was wondering where are the places to go. We are in our early twenties, and are interested in the urban side of brighton, if there is one.
For example what are the best clubs and bars to go to?
Are there any salsa and jazz clubs we can go to?

Re: WHERE TO GO IN BRIGHTON

by hicken

I agree with most of the choices here - www.worldsbestbars.com

Re: WHERE TO GO IN BRIGHTON

by hairgelburrito

casablancas (on ship st i think) is perhaps the most well known Salsa style club in Brighton, which often houses live jazz/ world music on the lower floor. If casablancas isn't to you're liking, you could go next door to the jazz place, which has been running for around 15 years. Both are great places to go.

As for bars, West St. is where you'll find all the mainstream pubs (wetherspoons etc), while the locals tend to go to places like the Mash Tun in the North Lanes

Hope you have a good time

RE: WHERE TO GO IN BRIGHTON

by Angelica_Demon

Hi there! You'll have a brilliant time in brighton I'm sure.
For Jazz, head to the Joogleberry Playhouse, St James Street (www.joogleberry.com)or The Midnight Blues club under the Grand De Vere hotel.
Salsa, you need to find New Yorks or Casablancas, both avliable through google search.
Clubbing, it depends what you want. Cheesy music I advise The Beach on the Seafront or maybe the Event II on West Street. For Funky House, I recommend Ocean Rooms in Old Steine or the Honeyclub on the seafront. For drum and bass or breakbeat funky stuff you should visit Concorde 2 or Volks. For Rock I'd head to The Pavilion Tavern on North Street or the Arc(on a Saturday only).

Any other preferences just check out the free listings which you can pick up in any pub e.g. The Whats on in Brighton guide or The Source. or check out www.whatsoninbrightonandhove.com

Hope that helps! Enjoy the weather!

x

RE: RE: WHERE TO GO IN BRIGHTON

by BluBluBlu

Definately check out the website mentioned...its always being updated.

The jazz & salsa bars...and clubs mentioned are great.

In general head away from the High Street area...the best area is east laynes which is inbetween the railway station and the seafront...its got a kind of Camden feel to it...lots of one off boutiques, bars, restaurants etc

Enjoy!

Blu

Travel Tips for Brighton

Visit the surrounding villages...

by MWS257

Visit the surrounding villages such as Rottingdean, Woodingdean, Ovingdean, Saltdean, and Peachaven to mention just a few.
There is a great deal to see and do: In Brighton visit the Lanes, Sea life centre, The museum in the main library, The Royal Palace (from Queen Victoria's Beach Hut to George IV's Monster) It's quite a sight.
In the villages: Rottingdean for example, Visit Rudyard Kiplings home, See where Prime Minister married a Local, Where Smugglers used to hide their booty, Where the French used to raid the village. The quite peaceful walks along the cliff top from my home in Rottingdean to the town centre of Brighton.
The beach.

Fish and Chips

by HORSCHECK

Britains most popular hot take away meal is Fish and Chips. This tasty combination is usually eaten with salt and vinegar; in Scotland sometimes with a special brown sauce.
The favourite fish is Cod, followed by Haddock and Plaice. Prices are about 1 GBP for the Chips and about 2,50 GBP for the Fish.

Countryside not too far away from the city.

by shizzler

Go to the devils dyke. It's quite common for dog walkers to stroll up there but never the less is a peacefull place to go with some lovely scenery. Only a few miles from the bussle of the city, you can walk into the hills and valleys, stop off at a remote pub for lunch and enjoy the Sussex countryside, without feeling lost or well out of the city to get to it. Not for people with mobility problems though as some of the hills are so steep, although you can get to it by car and enjoy the pub lunch with some superb views across the dyke, without actually venturing down into it. The A27 is the bypass that runs all the way along from Lewes and Eastbourne, past Brighton, Hove and up to Worthing and so on. Get on that bypass and follow the signs as you near the turnings for Hove.

The Hand in Hand at 33 Upper...

by richiecdisc

The Hand in Hand at 33 Upper St. James Street is a marvelous little place, and I mean little. Very cosy home to the Kemptown Brewery. Very interesting interior and all their own beers, which were quite good. You gotta love a beer called SID (staggering in the dark)! Hard boiled eggs and nuts to keep you going.

Cheap and cheerful

by amapola66 about Primark, H & M, Henes etc

Most people don't need an introduction to Primark and H & M's! but if you are new to British stores, these are the staples for cheap and cheerful clothes.

Primark have just opened a hug store in Western Rd (just down from Churchill Sqaure shopping center) - this store is especially good for teenagers who want to spend their pocket money and are still growing! Primark is also handy for those boring yet useful objects such as T towels and matress covers etc and they have fabulously cheap and cheerful undies too, so cheap that when they wear out, just throw them away and buy some more (very handy if you are touring).

H & M's are a little better quality, but you can find some funky bargains and I have always liked their reasonably priced bikinis. The adult store is at the entrance to Churchill Square and the very popular and reasonably priced childrens version, downstairs in the shopping center.There is now also a newer H & M opposite on the main Western Road.

So if you fancy grabbing something to remind you of your stay here, but don't want to spend much money, head to these to stores first.

(Link to Churchill Square shopping center below). Primark : Underwear, socks, household things

Hennes/H & Ms : Ceap and cheerful funky clothing Cheap - especially in the sales!

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