Isaac At is a fine dining restaurant with a key focus on locally sourced ingredients and an all British drinks menu. Tucked away in the heart of Brighton's North Laine just 5 minute walk from My Brighton, Isaac At offers a relaxed dining experience which breaks down the traditional barriers between chefs and diners with an ever changing menu inspired by the seasons of the Sussex coastline and beyond. Sourcing the freshest ingredients as locally as possible, you’ll experience a true taste of the South Coast in every dish. To complete the Sussex tasting experience, they carefully select an ever-changing Sussex pairing Flight from their exclusively English wine list, to complement their dishes and give you a unique experience of the South Coast.
Don’t forget to ask for a Merkaba card before you leave Issac At, which will give you 30% discount on your first round with us. Issac At is a must for guests wanting a real Sussex experience. Booking in advance required www.isaac-at.com
Situated in the heart of the Laines, Hell's Kitchen's been serving Brighton since 1951. It's a New York style deli with a sunny attitude, serving a wide range of products from its Bad ass sandwiches, freshly baked pastries & healthy salads, not to mention their famous Latkes. The team cook and prepare all food on site daily in their hellish kitchen.
We're proud to have Chilli Pickle onsite at My Brighton. This award-winning restaurant offers and bright and airy dining space serving street food-inspired dishes and homemade ice-creams.
The Chilli Pickle is a family run and nationally recognised Indian bistro. Centrally located, this popular independent restaurant features in the top ten restaurants in Brighton and Hove, boasts a number of awards, and has some very excellent reviews.
Silo was conceived from a desire to innovate the food industry whilst demonstrating respect: respect for the environment, respect for the way our food is generated and respect for the nourishment given to our bodies. This means that the Silo team create everything from its whole form cutting out food miles and over-processing whilst preserving nutrients and the integrity of the ingredients in the process.
Its brewery, old tree creates fermented drinks using foraged and intercepted plants, herbs, vegetables and fruit. They have their own flour mill which turns ancient varieties of wheat into flour the original way, opposing over-processed industrialised bread making techniques. The team churn their own butter, make their own almond milk, roll their own oats and support a nose to tail ideology, meaning that if an animal dies for food we will maximise the whole beast, respectfully.
The Small Batch Coffee Company has set up their latest outpost at My Brighton. With a coffee syphon brew bar, micro roastery and a comprehensive espresso menu. As well as tasting sessions for aspiring baristas and coffee lovers.
All the coffee beans are ethically sourced and single origins and blends are changed every few months to showcase flavours from around the world.
For inquiries with Small Batch Coffee Company please contact them directly on 01273 900 375 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Founded by former MasterChef contestant Stacie Stewart, the Eat Naked Cafe is Brighton's first clean eating super food cafe. It serves nourishing, natural food, free from chemicals and processing, gluten, wheat, refined sugars and pretty much free from dairy too. A very delicious and guilt-free experience!
Yes - award-winning sparling wine in England to rival champagne from France!
Ridgeview welcomes visitors to its beautiful vineyard and winery which is nestled at the foot of the South Downs in the village of Ditchling. It is in an ideal location set within the picturesque South Downs national park and close to the bustling city of Brighton.
Ridgeview is a family company dedicated to the production of the highest quality sparkling wine using traditional sparkling grape varieties and methods. Devotion to the vineyards and winemaking has resulted in Ridgeview being the proud winners of numerous international sparkling wine trophies.
For visitor details check out their website below.
Take an easy 10-minute stroll to the famous Brighton Pier. Opened in 1899, the Brighton Pier is home to fairground rides, bars, restaurants and deckchairs to enjoy the sea view.
Visit http://brightonpier.co.uk/ for more information!
Brighton Beach greets guests on warm and sunny days. Just a 10-minute walk from our hotel, enjoy sitting at the beach with your family or friends or walking along the Pier for exciting food and shopping opportunities. The British weather can be famously unpredictable but even on wet weather days there is nowhere better to blow away the cobwebs!
Brighton is forever known as the place to escape to, but every so often folks choose to stay a little longer than they planned. From the stressed out creatives to City bankers choosing to make Brighton home, the city is a special place and here’s just some of the reasons why.
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The Royal Pavilion is an exotic palace in the centre of Brighton with a colourful history. Built as a seaside pleasure palace for King George IV, this historic house mixes Regency grandeur with the visual style of India and China.
Save 10% off entry tickets purchased online at their website
The Grade I listed Brighton Dome has had many guises. Over its 200-year history, the venue has been a stable block, a temporary hospital, a roller rink and now the south coast's leading multi-arts venue.
Since it first leapt into view in 1967, Brighton Festival has become one of the major milestones in the cultural calendar and the country’s leading and most progressive mixed-arts festival.
Each May, England's 'city on the edge' hosts three packed weeks of prestigious premieres, international commissions, daring collaborations and memorable performances from the worlds of dance, music, theatre, visual arts, books and outdoor spectacle.
Just a 2-minute walk from My Brighton, enjoy the best shopping on the English south coast. Visit the many pubs, cafes, theaters and museums that define Brighton's bohemian and cultural quarter.
Visit http://northlaine.co.uk/ for more information!
Take a Tour of Brighton’s Famous Sights with Afternoon Tea at My Brighton
Brighton’s leading design hotel – My Brighton – invites you to take a tour of some of the city’s famous sights and landmarks via its new Afternoon Tea menu.
My Brighton takes inspiration from its superb location in the colourful and diverse Brighton Laines with its My Brighton Afternoon Tea. Take a tour of this unique city from the comfort of the hotel, as you experience a delectable feast inspired by the famous sites and names of this vibrant neighbourhood.
Please note that booking for Afternoon Tea must be booked in advance.
“Tour” highlights include:
• A pot of flowering Lily and Jasmine tea inspired by the Pavilion Gardens
• Open top savoury sandwiches from the legendary Hell’s Kitchen Deli, serving Brighton since 1951
• Delicious cakes and sumptuous macaroons inspired by the cafés of the vibrant North Laines
• Indulgent chocolate pebbles reminiscent of Brighton beach (for eating, not throwing!)
• A personal tub of classic popcorn to honour Brighton’s oldest cinema – the Duke of York’s Picturehouse
• Enjoy an Espresso Martini shot and choose a Sussex Beer, glass of prosecco or luxurious cocktail prepared by the team at the hotel’s infamous Merkaba
• Keep the Brighton vibe going with 20% discount in Merkaba following your Afternoon Tea
£18.50 per person
£22.50 per person with Sussex Beer or glass of prosecco
£24.00 per person with cocktail
Monday – Thursday: 3pm to 5pm Friday – Saturday: 12pm to 5pm Sunday: 2pm to 5pm
Booking essential to avoid disappointment and timed slots may apply at peak periods.
Group bookings up to a maximum of 20 are welcome but subject to availability. Contact us for more details.
For further information, our booking terms or to reserve a table, please email us at email@example.com,
call 01273 900 300 or visit myhotels.com/brighton for more information about the hotel and location.
Right next door to My Brighton is Jubilee Square - Brighton’s newest and most exciting outdoor venue. The space is used for a diverse range of cultural activities including Live Art showcases, street theatre, exhibitions, community events, outdoor screenings and music events.
The Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival is a year-round celebration of food and drink with the Sussex and The World Market Big Weekender taking place every May and August on Hove Lawns, alongside events which include the Sussex Gourmet & Wine Bus Tours and International Chef Exchange.
With local producers, growers, restaurants, bars and food retailers firmly at it’s heart, it’s a showcase of the fantastic food, drink and hospitality to be found in the city and surrounding Sussex. We also work alongside international destinations in Europe and further afield to co-promote the gastronomic offering of Sussex and our partner regions globally.
Rated by the New York Post in February 2012 as one of the world's leading local food events, the festival is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company run by members of the business community with generous support from our sponsors, supporters and patrons.
The Great Escape is the festival for new music, showcasing 450 emerging artists from all over the world in 30+ walkable venues across the city. It’s the first place to discover your new favourite artist and see them in an intimate setting before they go on to headline major festival stages.
TGE is also attended by the music industry who are on the hunt for the next big thing. They run a convention alongside the gigs featuring insightful panels, topical debates, keynote speeches and networking opportunities in abundance.
Twice a year artists and makers open their houses and studios, providing art lovers the chance to browse and buy original artwork direct from the artist. With a focus on quality and value for money, the Artists Open Houses festival aims to bring a dynamic mix of arts and crafts to the widest possible audience, providing visitors and viewers with engaging and inspiring experiences.
Visitors can expect to see a wide range of art including jewellery, ceramics and textiles, paintings, sculpture, printmaking, photography and many other media whilst also having the opportunity to chat directly with the artists. The Artists Open Houses festival is free for visitors and open to everyone.