The tried and tested guide to the best bars, cafes and restaurants
around The Lanes.
Twisted Lemon, Middle Street
Hidden in amongst The Lanes, Twisted Lemon is a unique restaurant and cocktail bar offering a selection of cocktail concoctions, a friendly atmosphere and reasonable prices. Easy to miss, so keep your eye out for the yellow-coloured alleyway.
Marwood Coffeehouse, Ship Street
So quintessentially Brighton, this quirky establishment offers coffee, cake and cocktails, surrounded by vintage books, toys, 1980s relics and crazy knick-knacks.
The chocolate specialists are born and bred in Brighton. Chocolate becomes art as one-off sculptured fantasies, bespoke wedding cakes, chocolate gifts and even chocolate pets. The ground floor shop is just the start with an upstairs cake garden, the Witches kitchen, Bar du Chocolate cafe and the infamous Empire Room.
A relaxed wine bar which likes to keep things simple but the quality high. Enjoy one of many wines from an unusual list of naturally produced wines, plus modern European sharing plates off a menu that changes daily.
Located in the heart of Brighton, Dukes Lane offers a premier boutique shopping experience with an exciting mix of well-known brands and independent retailers across fashion, health and beauty, jewellery and food and drink.
Bath Arms, Meeting House
A traditional English pub in the heart of Brighton's bustling Lanes. The menu is pub fayre with a twist; the drink selection ranges from Shepherd Neame's seasonal ales to wines and spirits. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming, establishing itself a great reputation with locals and tourists alike.
Cafe Coho, Ship Street
The acclaimed rustic cafe is known for its all-day breakfast and brunch menu and counter filled with homemade cakes and sandwiches made from local produce. Many of their dishes are vegan and gluten-free too.