4 Places you MUST visit at Brighton Pride this weekend
If you’re taking a trip down to Brighton this weekend for 2016 Pride then check out these hot spots in the Brighton area to make the weekend extra special.
You’ve probably seen the incredible Choccywoccy shop on television but nothing compares to seeing it in person. The Brighton “mothership” is where it all started. The company specialise in chocolate, one-off sculptured fantasies, bespoke wedding cakes, chocolate gifts and even slightly naughty-themed cakes.
Find them at: 3 Meeting House Lane, Brighton , BN1 1HB
British Airways i360
It’s the newest addition to the Brighton seafront, and has the best view of the trendy seaside town. Designed by the architects of the London Eye, the i360 offers 26 mile views of the coast.
To plan a visit go to: britishairwaysi360.com
The Coal Shed
The Coal Shed is a gourmet steak and seafood restaurant. If you love good meat then take make a booking at one of their tables and never look back. Their menu offers a great range of dishes and the drinks menu boasts many a cocktail.
Find them at: 8 Boyces Street, Brighton, BN1 1AN
If you’re looking for some new (old) threads for the weekend celebrations then head over to Beyond Retro. It’s the largest vintage store in Brighton, has an incredible range of vintage clothing for both men and women, and has the only analogue photo-booth in Brighton.
Find them at: 42 Vine Street, Brighton, BN1 4AG
Let us know if you pop in to any of these great spots!