The Lanes has been a world-famous destination for many years with visitors coming from all corners of the globe.
There was a time when a stroll through the Lanes was a walk down memory lane, with antique shops, jewellers, and ‘olde worlde’ tea shops.
In recent years, new traders have brought a fresh vibrancy to the Lanes and you can now find designer clothes for men, women and children, as well as art, modern furnishings and unusual gifts from around the world alongside the more traditional shops.
the lanes Shopping David Clulow Opticians
David Clulow Opticians is the destination store for contemporary designer eyeware. Sight tests, contact lenses, the latest big brand sunglasses, designer spectacle frames. One hour service available.
25 East Street, Brighton BN1 1HL Map ref: D5
01273 737 578 • www.davidclulow.com
Lanes Health & Beauty Enjoy a spa pedicure in massaging state-of-the-art pedi- chairs, a high-tech ‘face-lift’ facial in one of the Hollywood inspired treatment rooms, or a relaxing massage with a friend or partner in the double treatment room. Every one of the treatments has been specially designed by beauty expert Julie Coates, to make you look and feel amazing.
5 Market Street, Brighton BN1 1HH • Map ref: D5 01273 725 572 • www.thelaneshealthandbeauty.com
Frames in the Lanes
Frames in the Lanes is Brighton’s Boutique Optician offering a wide range of glasses and sunglasses not available anywhere else in Brighton! Eye tests available now – all prescriptions welcome.
12c Meeting House Lane BN1 1HB Map ref: E5
01273 747 769 • www. framesinthelanes.com
Eating & Drinking
AguaDulce AguaDulce is a family friendly restaurant and tapas bar serving authentic Spanish dishes, with an Andalucian touch. The varied menu includes locally sourced seafood, various paellas and
Terre á Terre
Brighton’s award-winning vegetarian restaurant offers fantastically versatile menus ranging from the delicious Terre á Tapas sharing plate to multi-course set menus.
Renowned for its personal yet relaxed service, its individuality and its outstanding organic wine list, Terre á Terre is a Brighton dining experience not to be missed!
71 East Street, Brighton BN1 1HQ • Map ref: D5 01273 729 051 • www.terreaterre.co.uk
10-11 Kings Road, Brighton • Map ref: D5 01273 328 672 • www.aguadulce.co.uk
The UK’s first conveyor sushi belt restaurant, Moshi Moshi is also one of the country’s most popular Japanese restaurants. Situated in an iconic building alongside Brighton Town Hall, sit in the funky main restaurant or drink and dine outside on the funky, sun-drenched deck. The extensive menu includes all manner of freshly-prepared, sustainably caught sushi and sashami, alongside hot tapas dishes and a great choice of main courses.
Opticon, Bartholomews, Brighton BN1 1JS • Map ref: D5 01273 719 195 • www.moshibrighton.co.uk
The Lanes also boasts some of the best restaurants in town with tables extending onto the pedestrianised pavements in East Street, Market Street, Brighton Place, Brighton Square and Duke Street. You’ll find almost every type of cuisine on offer with new cafés and restaurants opening all the time!
suckling pig. Consistently rated as one of Brighton’s top restaurants on Trip Advisor, it’s a slice of Spain just a stones throw from the beach.
The Gallery Restaurant
The Gallery Restaurant is the perfect place to relax and enjoy great food, drinks and service in elegant, stylish surroundings. Offering the very best in seasonal British cuisine, the restaurant is located in a popular pedestrianised square on East Street.
28 East Street, Brighton BN1 1HL • Map ref: D5 01273 773 327 • www.thegallerybrighton.co.uk
Ghost Walk of the Lanes A truly horrible night out is guaranteed on Ghost Walk of the Lanes. Master storyteller Rob Marks and his ghastly associates will guide you around Brighton’s historic quarter, taking you to the scenes of gruesome murders and mysterious spectral sightings. A fun evening for all ages that is packed with things that go bump in the night!
Walks depart from outside the Druids Head pub in Brighton Square at 7.30pm sharp every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 17 Jan (no need to book, just turn up) • 01273 328 297 • www.ghostwalkbrighton.co.uk
• Map ref: D5
Hotels Hotel du Vin
Situated in the Lanes conservation area, and a pebbles’ throw from the seafront. Its 49 bedrooms are housed in a collection of eccentric gothic revival and mock Tudor buildings erected, appropriately by a wine merchant on the site of an old inn.
Hotel du Vin’s bistro is one of the best restaurants in the city offering a stylish dining experience. Or if you’re looking for informal dining with a pint of Sussex ale then head to neighbouring Pub du Vin.
Ship Street, Brighton BN1 1AD • Map ref: D5 01273 718 588 • www.hotelduvin.com
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Illustrations courtesy of Julian Sutherland-Beatson
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