Food: Cin Cin coming to London

Cin Cin, arguably the best Italian restaurant in Brighton and Hove, is bringing its wonderful food to London. The chain will mark its first foray into London with a Foley Street site in Fitzrovia. The site is expected to open its outdoors space towards the end of April, before a full launch in May. Founded by David Toscano, and head chef Jamie Halsall in 2016, … Continue reading Food: Cin Cin coming to London

Food: The Bok Shop eyes UK expansion after funding boost

Brighton’s The Bok Shop has secured £1.2m in private equity funding and will now look to expand its retail estate across the UK. The pride of East Street, and arguably Brighton’s best chicken joint, The Bok Shop, is planning to open 10 new sites over the next two years following a private equity deal. The £1.2m funding agreement will allow owners to build on their … Continue reading Food: The Bok Shop eyes UK expansion after funding boost

Food: Brighton pubs still doing Sunday Roasts

Having a Sunday Roast is a Brighton institution. Here are some of the best pubs still offering all the trimmings in lockdown. Live, laugh, Sunday Roast, that’s what the say. Pub roasts are as integral to Brighton living as air is to our general survival, and some wonderfully lovely pubs are still offering up potato-filled, gravy-laden delights even in lockdown. The Roundhill – Ditching Rd … Continue reading Food: Brighton pubs still doing Sunday Roasts

From Tier to Infirmary: What lockdown tier 2 means for Brighton pubs

Brighton and its pubs will wake up in Tier 2 lockdown measures on Wednesday, this is what the new restrictions mean. Wednesday 2 December will see numerous pubs reopen across our fair city, albeit under significant restrictions. Much as we all have, venues have been locked down this past month as the nation attempts to get the Covid 19 pandemic back under control and you’d … Continue reading From Tier to Infirmary: What lockdown tier 2 means for Brighton pubs