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2 Church Street

A café with cocktails in the heart of Brighton. A beautiful art deco interior is the perfect place to relax for pre-show drinks. Well-crafted cocktails are on offer and a generous food menu, sourced from local organic producers.

2 Church Street, Brighton, BN1 1UJ | 01273 786279

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Just a minute’s walk from Brighton Dome, Meanwhile offer a unique brunch menu by day and a small plates menu by night, using fresh, locally sourced ingredients.

17 Jubilee Street, Brighton, BN1 1GE | 01273 900371

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A small wooden boat with net sails sits on a black table. It is filled with sushi and people are reaching in with chopsticks in their hands to grab the sushi.


Award-winning sustainable and ethical, Brighton's best-loved Japanese restaurant Moshimo is the perfect place to enjoy a pre or post show meal out.

Bartholomew Square, Brighton, BN1 1JS | 01273 719195

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Holding the UK’s Best Vegan Restaurant award for several years in a row, and National Pizza of the Year, Purezza is renowned for exemplary quality pizzas which happen to be sustainable.

12 St. James St, Kemptown, Brighton, BN2 1RE |  01273 855845

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Redroaster Cafe

Recommended by The New York Times as a 'go-to destination', Redroaster is a proudly independent cafe and coffee roastery, sharing proceeds with social projects. Come and enjoy some amazing brunch or lunch in our botanical cafe that was recently redesigned by world designer of the year, Hana Hakim.

1d St James Street, Brighton, BN2 1RE | 01273 686668

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Café Rust

Café Rust first swung open its beautiful hand-carved wooden doors in January 2015 in vibrant Preston Road. Coming on board in 2017, esteemed chef Anna Quemard has been serving both quality interpretations of classic dishes and daring new ventures into the uncharted territories of food. The cafes’ stylish rustic interior allows you to waste entire afternoons in a beautiful, relaxed setting.

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Interior of Shelter Hall, wooden tables run down the middle with black bench seating either side. People are sitting on these enjoying drinks and food. The is a big, round ceiling with orange and red bunting, and plants hanging from it.

Shelter Hall

Brighton’s first and only food market with seven independent kitchens, split over two indoor floors and an outdoor terrace. Dining with stunning views right on the seafront!

Kings Road Arches, Brighton, BN1 1NB | 07903 284511

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Terre à Terre

An award-winning vegetarian restaurant, Terre à Terre is all about quality ingredients served with flair, creativity, and playful exuberance. 

71 East St, Brighton, BN1 1HQ | 01273 729051

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Places to stay

There are lots of hotels and other types of accommodation close to the venue. Explore Visit Brighton for local recommendations.

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