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Brighton Restaurants

Food — By marylynsimpson on July 23, 2010 at 12:00 pm
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The award-winning seaside restaurant, The Meadow, is a local favorite for locally grown British cuisine. During your visit to Brighton, be sure to stop by The Meadow any time of the day. Open daily for brunch, lunch and dinner, The Meadow offers an extensive menu for its guests. Whether you are looking for Rye Bay cod fillet or duck liver parfait, The Meadow’s extensive British menu has it all. Take in the beautiful seaside as you dine with loved ones. The Meadow is great for a daytime lunch retreat with the family or for a romantic yet laidback evening with your significant other. The Meadow is a traditional British restaurant with a carefree, Brighton attitude.

Sit back and relax as you sip your cold drink on Barefoot Bar’s outdoor patio. Overlooking the sandy Yellowave volleyball courts and Brighton Beach, Barefoot Bar is one of the most popular seaside bars in Brighton. Enjoy lunch on Barefoot’s patio and then head over to their Yellowave sand volleyball courts for an afternoon of sun and sport. Barefoot Bar’s menu offers summertime food favorites including a smoky BLT, corn on the cob as well as salmon and red pepper kebab. Not only can you enjoy beachside sports at Barefoot Bar, but once a month, Barefoot offers live music and BBQ to its beach-loving patrons. Join in on the fun in the sun at Yellowave and Barefoot Bar, your afternoon will be nothing short of fantastic!

Brighton is known for its extensive amount of vegetarian restaurants. For almost two decades, Terre a Terre has established itself as one of Brighton’s premiere vegetarian restaurants. The veggie-friendly and almost entirely gluten-free menu (drinks, too!) boasts not only the healthiest of dishes, but also affordable food. Some menu highlights include creative concoctions such as Lettuce and Loveage, British pea and parsley pikelets with St. Germain sauce, as well as starters like Idil Pom, steamed Idil served with hot chili tamarind tomatoes and curry leaf and mustard seed coconut chutney. Whether you are vegetarian or just in the mood for uncommon cuisine, Terre a Terre satisfies your most colorful culinary needs.

Italian cuisine is at its best at Al Duomo. Located next to the historic Lanes, Al Dumo offers its guests traditional Italian al fresco dining as well as five floors of indoor dining with separate dining and drinking areas. Formal and rustic dining rooms, outdoor terraces and large banquets halls make up Al Duomo’s large, stylish interiors. Al Duomo has been one of Brighton’s top Italian restaurants thanks to its long established reputation for serving only the best Italian food and its intimate, hospitable staff. Taste a little bit of Italy in the heart of Brighton at Al Duomo.

With its homey atmosphere and feel good Italian cuisine, Pinocchio is a favorite restaurant among Brighton locals and travelers. Stop in for a slice of pizza or sit down for a big fat bowl of spaghetti. Try out Pinocchio’s three course menu, serving your choice of a starter with pizza or pasta entree and your choice of dessert. Get all of the traditional Italian goodness without all the pomp and circumstance at Pinocchio’s. A great place for the family or just to linger through the afternoon with nothing but a good book and glass of chianti, be sure to take in all Pinochhio’s has to offer.

Images via Prlog.org, Barefoot Bar, Veggie Places, Al Duomo and igougo.com

Tags: al duomo, barefoot bar, bbq, brighton, italian cuisine, pinocchio, restaurants, terre a terre, the meadow, vegetarian, yellowave sand volley ball
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