Go and Explore



Spending Christmas in Brighton is one of the most wholesome, inviting times of the year. If you’re looking for things to do this festive season, we’ve got a few suggestions for you.
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Eat: Moshimo

Moshimo is an award-winning sustainable and ethical Japanese restaurant in the heart of Brighton, serving healthy sushi, bento and vegan dishes. As a guest of the hotel, you will receive a small bottle of Prosecco each on arrival. All you need to do is book your reservation and show your room key card on arrival.
Offer valid when ordering a main course.
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Riddle & Finns Champagne and Oyster Bar

Eat & Drink: Riddle & Finns Champagne and Oyster Bar

Riddle & Finns offers fresh seafood dishes and a sought after selection of crustacea, champagnes and daily specials. Brighton is home to two Riddle & Finns restaurants, Brighton Lanes Oyster Bar and The Beach restaurant. As a guest of My Brighton, you will receive a glass of champagne on arrival when making a booking and showing your room key card.
Offer valid when ordering a main course.
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With My Brighton being right in the heart of the city, you will not fall short of local eateries, bars, shops and cafes! We’ve gathered a collection of things to do in our neighbourhood.
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Ridgeview Estate Winery LTD

SEE & DO: Ridgeview Estate Winery LTD

For more than 25 years, Ridgeview has been producing world-class sparkling wines. They planted their vineyard in Sussex at a time when many believed that producing English wine just couldn’t be done. Today the English wine industry is thriving and Ridgeview feel immense pride for the role they have played in that. Visit Ridgeview’s Wine Garden to enjoy a glass of sparkling alongside platters of Sussex produce whilst overlooking the picturesque South Downs or experience a behind-the-scenes tour.
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The Salt Rooms

EAT & DRINK: The Salt Rooms

Boasting uninterrupted views of the Brighton seafront and iconic West Pier ruins, The Salt Room is a modern British seafood restaurant highlighting some of the best South Coast produce. When staying at My Brighton, you will receive a glass of prosecco with any main course at The Salt Room.
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Brighton Palace Pier

SEE & DO: Brighton Palace Pier

Opened in 1899 and home to fairground rides, bars, restaurants and deckchairs to enjoy the sea view and just an 11 minute walk away from our hotel, My Brighton. Brighton Pier has rides and attractions for the whole family, from traditional fairground favourites to all the latest gaming mayhem.

The Open Market

SEE & DO: The Open Market

"Brighton Open Market is proudly situated at a historic site in the heart of the London road community in Brighton. The market boasts over 45 permanent independent retail units, 12 artists’ studios and an exciting mix of plaza traders. Showcasing a combination of traditional and contemporary market traders;
including cafes, local produce, clothing, toys, art, music, art, live music, workshops, outreach events for the local community and is home to Radio Reverb."
Image courtesy of The Open Market

Food for Friends

Eat: Food for Friends

Food for Friends is an award-winning vegetarian and vegan restaurant in the heart of Brighton. Their ethos is honest and tasty cooking using fresh and consciously sourced produce. As a guest of My Brighton, Food for Friends are offering you one glass of prosecco per person, with any main course. Just show your room key card on arrival.
Bookings must be made via www.foodforfriends.com
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The Coal Shed

EAT: The Coal Shed

The Coal Shed is a modern British grill in the heart of Brighton. The menu is simple: the highest quality ingredients, sourced as locally as possible, and expertly cooked over coal. As a guest of My Brighton, The Coal Shed will offer you a complimentary glass of prosecco on arrival. All you need to do is show your room key card.
Offer valid when ordering a main course.
Image courtesy of The Coal Shed

The Royal Pavilion

SEE & DO: The Royal Pavilion

The Royal Pavilion is an exotic palace in the centre of Brighton with a colourful history. Built as a seaside pleasure palace for King George IV, this historic house mixes Regency grandeur with the visual style of India and China.


SHOP: Badger

"Established in 1988 Badger Clothing is situated in the heart of Brighton on Bond Street in the North Laine. As one of the busiest shopping areas in Brighton the North Laine provides a wide range of shops, bars, cafés and restaurants to suit all your wants and needs. We are an independent store that offer a wide and highly accessible range of premium brands (including brands exclusive to us in Brighton), with everything from simple basics to a touch of luxury, all in a friendly and helpful environment. Whether you’re from Brighton or a tourist we would love for you to come in and see the stores for yourself."
Image courtesy of Badger