Right folks, wrap up warm and snuggle down into those woolly layers because this Christmas Eve we’re by the seaside. Christmas Eve is a magical night out for many, full of good food, a drink or two and Christmas Day anticipation; and there is no better place to celebrate those indulgent festive traditions than Brighton.
Brighton belongs to no-one and everyone, free from conformism, you can’t pin her down. Here are 3 unmissable Christmas Eve night out destinations in this electric city.
- “The gateway to cocktail Narnia” - BYOC Brighton
Looking for somewhere intimate, quirky with a 1920’s edge to settle in for the evening? BYOC Brighton is a hidden world that harks back to the U.S prohibition era, a time where the manufacturing and selling of alcoholic beverages were illegal in the United States. Today BYOC Brighton has created a hideaway behind an empty high-street shop where you can bring your own booze and have skilled bartenders get creative with your chosen tipple! Sit back, relax and enjoy the cosy, old-timey atmosphere which includes cinema screenings of silent classics, and a fully functioning pipe organ for a little festive sing-song.
- “Eat. Drink. Dance” – No. 32
For those of you that fancy dancing the night away this Christmas Eve, head over to No. 32. Located in The Lanes, this bar has it all, an expansive food and drinks menu and popular music to carry you through to Christmas morning. The Lanes are a superb area of Brighton to explore this Christmas Eve, if your looking for variety and excitement, head here for festive fun you’ll never forget.
The superb work of Dave Thompson showing a beautiful design of The Lanes, Brighton
- “An Urban Oasis” – Patterns
Perched by the sea, Patterns is a delightful option for those looking for a cool Christmas vibe with games, live electro music and a colourful open-plan bar filled with comfy sofas large seating areas to accommodate you and your friends. Patterns was built on the grounds the former site of an art deco hotel; the venue reminds us of the intrinsic musical heritage of the building. This hipster location offers hotel rooms for those looking to party deep into the night.
Inspired by travel and wartimes posters of the past, Tabitha Mary has created this wonderful image of Brighton Pier, Brighton
There a many more weird and wonderful places in Brighton, but here at Love Your Location, we’ve chosen 3 of our favourites. Make some memories in Brighton this Christmas, with the massive variety of places to choose from, you’ll find something for everyone in this dynamic city.
Happy (Christmas) Partying!