This store has a complete range of CDs and vinyl catering for students, street cool, indie types. New and second hand as well as plenty of imports. One of the best places to get the hard to find import you've been lusting after.
"Infinity foods has been operating in Brighton since 1971. It is a workers co-opertive and members who work there have a share in the company. A Brighton Institution."
Set up in 1970, It has been a Workers Co op since 1979. Infinity Foods have been pioneers in promoting high quality organic, natural and fair traded goods.
You can find Infinity Foods in the NorthLanes. They stock fresh organic food produce and natural health products.
Their range of unprocessed, unsprayed, unbleached and unfussy items is unparalleled – it makes you ashamed to ask for a carrier bag.
Their onsite organic bakery provides an excellent variety of tasty fresh baked bread. Daily baked products include wheat and yeast free loaves.
What to buy: Over 1500 Organic Lines
• Large Range of Dairy, wheat and gluten free products
• Organic Beers and Wines
• Large range of organic herbs and spices
• Seasonal organic gardening section
They also have a good selection of natural and cruelty free body care products.
There is also a cafe and take away in nearby Gardener St. The cafe is commited to being:
•95% Organic, with 100% organic - Fruit & vegetables, Pulses and Grains
• GMO Free !
• Fresh and Local Products as available
• Suitable for particular Diets (vegan, Wheat Free, Sugar Free..)
• Environmentally Friendly (we use eco friendly household products and recycle)
See you in there !
What to pay: They do well to keep the prices as low as possible.
Kemp Town's sumptuous deli is a joy after the inevitability of the usual supermarket foods.
I often pop in on a Saturday morning to pick up a few yummies for a weekend brunch, especially in the summer where we enjoy eating in our little patio garden. Another excuse to go there is to take a picnic down to the beach.
Bona Foodie stock quality packaged and fresh delights and organic foods from different corners of the world. Much of their produce comes from local farmers and they stock yummies to fit every every mood. They're Belgian chocolate selection is also irresistable.
If I have guests down for the weekend, (especially Mum) I often take them in there for a coffee and a chocolate which we have on the little patio at the back if the weather is good. Staff are charming and helpful.
Extra detail - They also have a lovely clean and flowery loo ; )
What to buy: Fresh home made bread.
Cheeses (especailly Manchego)
Home baked quiche and pizzas
Olives , Olive Oils and Vinegars
Honeys and Jams
Hams and sausages from around the world (if you like that sort of thing)
They have a great stock of Belgian chocolates.
What to pay: Not much or loads, depending on how hungry you are!
The Shops in these laines are so full of character that when you walk around the small lanes you almost feel like you have stepped back in time, especially in the south lanes.
The South Laines are the ones which most people know about, nearest to the highstreet and full of expensive shops!!
The north laines are the complete opposite, full of second hand and retro type of shops. The North Laines are where you will find the most original piece of clothing, or item, and also a piece of art
What to buy: Retro gear, or speciallist clothing, because brighton has lots of second hand shops selling everything from clothes, to shoes, to toys to jewelery to well everything....
What to pay: as much as you want... as little as a few pounds up to the hundreds depending on the shop you visit
A rabbit warren of antiques / junk in glass cabinets ,this place is like Steptoe and Sons house. Guarenteed to find something you like for about a fiver ,but you might have trouble finding it. Has a photography gallery upstairs ( if you can find them ) , perfect for killing those pesky hours till the Kensington opens.
What to buy: Junk
What to pay: Anything from a fiver to a score
This is the place to shop if you like second hand anything. The atmosphere is great, everyone's looking for bargains and when I say bargains I MEAN BARGAINS!
What to buy: Here you can find virtually anything, from clothes, toys, books, watches, shoes, records, cds to the most unusual things. You can find furniture here too. It's absolutely amazing!
What to pay: from 10p to £600. Private sellers sell anything from 10 pence to ... the most expensive thing I've seen there was a beautiful chaise long - really cool - for £600.
Brighton Marina combines the charm of a fishing village with the bustle of a modern shopping area. There are many factory outlet shops, stores and a market place. Moreover restaurants, cafes and bars invite for a rest in teh picturesque surrounding.
The Lanes are a popular area of Brighton. The shops are bright and different. Clothes, shoes, antiques, beads and anything else you can think off. Browse or spend but enjoy the adventure.
You can buy at Primark cheap clothes, shoes and accessories for women, men and children.
What to buy: Animal socks
What to pay: The animal socks cost 3 pound.
Cook is a special food store, I never saw such before, lots of unique recipes, all frozen food, it is all ready for you just to take home and cook it
The are few very narrow pedestrian streets where you can do your shopping, clothing, shoes household items, electronics etc. Few nice cafes around as well.
This is a women store, means, just for women, men cannot go inside to this store on their own, but they can accompany women ;-)
Nice place in Brighton selling all kinds of 'ethnic' style home furnishings. I just looked but didn't buy.
Along the boulevard you will find a few shopping stalls. This stall selling lots of seashells and seastars was particularly nice. It would be nice to decorate your bathroom with or something.
Best record shop in Brighton , also best place to find out what's going on the town, not the cheapest but better than giving Richard Branson any more money.
What to buy: Records -CD's
What to pay: About ?12 per CD.