Top10 Brighton tips from Lost in the Lanes

Meal served at Lost In The Lanes

The team at new Brighton eatery, Lost in the Lanes, give us the lowdown on the best things to do in Brighton right now.

1. Visit Lost in the Lanes
Newly open for evenings for the first time, Lost in the Lanes is offering a regular evening menu featuring human rights lawyer turned chef, Sophie Taverner's responsibly sourced, paired back, ingredient led cooking and founded by Natalie Demetriou who also changed career from speech therapy to set up her own business inspired by 10 years spent in New Zealand.

At Lost in the Lanes guests can expect to dishes such as: ox cheek rage, rosti, parmesan, chives, braised haricot, oregano, Kalamata, goat cheese, salmon crude, chilli, ricotta, toasted focaccia and Pavlova, orange custard, blood orange and rhubarb.

2. Save up your 2 pennies and win tickets on the slot machines
Appealing to all ages, the thrill of a possible win never goes away so dig out that stash and put them to good use at Brighton Pier arcades.

3. Catch an act at The Secret Comedy Club
A cosy and intimate venue where some of the best comedians in the country have been through the door on their way up to stardom.

Inside Lost In The Lanes

4. Spend a day swimming, eating and drinking at Sea Lanes
At Sea Lanes olympic size pool, swim with beautiful views of the beach followed by a tasty BBQ chicken and slaw with a cocktail from Wood x Coal while watching the sun go down on the roof terrace.

5. Catch a movie at the comfiest cinema, Duke's at Komedia
Live entertainment venue, Komedia is host to the baby sister of Brighton's iconic Duke of York Cinema, Duke's at Komedia where you can watch a heady mix of blockbusters and independent films.

6. Spend a calming evening at The Painting Pottery Cafe
BYOB, arm yourself with a paint brush and settle into a session of creativity. Or try your hand at pottery throwing with the taster sessions.

7. Drink cocktails at The Plotting Parlour
The Potting Parlour's commitment to locally sourced and seasonal ingredients alongside the highest quality spirits and liqueurs result in some of the best cocktails in town.

8. Go back in time at Booth Museum of Natural History
One for the whole family. From bones to birds and butterflies there is plenty to learn about wildlife as well as the Discovery Lab for inquisitive children.

9. Mark your visit to Brighton permanently at Studio Hatch
In the humble opinion of the LOST team, the best tattoo shop in Brighton where the talented and professional artists create beautiful and unique designs.

10. Hear the latest up and coming music at Green Door Store
This relaxed and edgy venue is the best place to hear from fantastic artists in Brighton.

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