Bad Luck Social Club, a new vegan coffee spot, opening 19 Oct

Bad Luck Social Club is opening on York Place, just opposite St Peter’s Church, on Tuesday 19 October. The new coffee spot will be serving up Sussex speciality coffee courtesy of Cast Iron Roasters and a range of over-the-counter vegan treats. Have no fear though, my hungry pals, a full vegan food menu is in the works and will be launching soon. The project is … Continue reading Bad Luck Social Club, a new vegan coffee spot, opening 19 Oct

Brighton gig guide 27 September – 03 October

Your guide to live music in Brighton this week. Summer has finally slipped through our fingers. The nights are darker, the smoking areas are colder, but in the wonderful music venues of Brighton and Hove it’s as hot as its ever been. This week in Brighton we’ve got Clarence Clearwater Revival tribute acts at Concorde 2, psych grunge at Rossi Bar, and the busiest Wendesday … Continue reading Brighton gig guide 27 September – 03 October

Review: Kokedama, Lewes.

Kokedama is the new vegan small plates concept from the team behind The Roundhill pub. It is situated within the Needlmakers in Lewes, a lovely historic site in a lovely historic town, and opens 6.30pm-11.30pm Friday and Saturday. The Kokedama concept is a triumvirate of all things good with the world – small plates, cocktails, and natural wines – and comes with no small amount … Continue reading Review: Kokedama, Lewes.

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: Really Happy Chicken bring back buffalo burgers and wings

Brighton vegan fried chicken experts, Really Happy Chicken have brought back their house-made buffalo burgers and wings, which is just the best news going. Having recently relocated to a swanky new site on West Street, Really Happy Chicken have gone from strength to strength since they first opened in early summer. An unexpected casualty of this success, however, was the vegan fried chicken experts housemade … Continue reading Food: Really Happy Chicken bring back buffalo burgers and wings

Food: Vegan Noms completes rebrand

Brighton vegan heroes, the aptly-named Vegan Noms have completed a total rebrand. Having started operation at The World’s End on London Road, the kitchen has quickly risen to prominence over lockdown. With its mix of innovative burgers, loaded fries and sides, VeganNoms has grown far past expectation, as owners admit. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vegan Noms (@vegannomsuk) The business is … Continue reading Food: Vegan Noms completes rebrand

Food: Two Wolves Kitchen open at Brighton station

The brilliant Two Wolves Kitchen have opened up in a mobile unit outside Brighton mainline station. The legendary vegan chefs have developed a brand new deli-style menu for the new venture including a club sandwich packed full of facon, seitan furkey, tofam and chipotle rarebit. Frankly, we can’t wait to wrap our face round that on a hungover train up to London, we will never … Continue reading Food: Two Wolves Kitchen open at Brighton station

Food: BangBao, the best new vegan restaurant in Brighton

BangBao, a fully vegan bao bun restaurant in central Brighton is everything you could ever want and a whole lot more. At a time when most of us have been screaming into the abyss and wondering just how we are going to make it to summer, BangBao, a vegan bao bun joint in Brighton’s North Laine, has come to save the day. Nestled among the … Continue reading Food: BangBao, the best new vegan restaurant in Brighton

Lockdown roadmap: What it actually means

The UK Government has released its four step plan to getting out of Lockdown. Here is what it means to Brighton, Hove, and everywhere. A four step plan for getting the UK back to a semblance of normality has been revealed – with pubs, bars and restaurants still facing lengthy closures. There will be a minimum five week gap between each rule change to allow … Continue reading Lockdown roadmap: What it actually means

Food: Really Happy Chicken moves to West Street

Brighton vegan food heroes, Really Happy Chicken have moved to a new premises on West Street. Really Happy Chicken, Brighton’s first vegan fried chicken shop, has moved to a bigger and better premises on West Street. Having previously taken up residence on Preston Street the plant-based legends have taken a big stride further into the heart of the city. Locals and visitors alike can now … Continue reading Food: Really Happy Chicken moves to West Street