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Everyone loves Brighton, right? I have yet to meet someone who doesn’t. As far as we’re concerned, it’s the best seaside town that the UK has to offer, and one with its own unique personality. So why is there a lack of good restaurants? (The Chilli Pickle, Pub du Vin and new MEATliquor aside) We were invited to review The New Club which apparently had a wondrous burger (amongst other things) on the menu, we certainly didn’t expect it to live up to the burger offerings in the Big Smoke. ‘We don’t want to be known as just a burger joint. But we wanted to create the best burger outside London.’ says co-owner Catherine Smith.
On a cold, wet and blustery Friday night in November we entered the warm and welcoming The New Club. The owners have taken inspiration from the cutting edge diners of New York and independent coffee houses in LA, both places that we adore, especially the latter. A giant photograph named ‘In Another Place And Time’ taken by Vivienne Gucwa in NYC sweeps across the back wall. The restaurant boasts a prime location overlooking the West Pier, slap bang on the sea front amongst a lot of mediocre (if that!) restaurants... More from We Love Food, It »
As the summer draws to a close, it’s all about finding some exciting new places to hang out in, eat good food and get drunk.
The New Club opened it’s doors on Brighton seafront in March, and combines an independent coffee house with a stylish NYC eatery.
The team have done their research. Having travelled far and wide in search of the best deep south barbecue food and cutting edge creative diners, they’ve pooled their knowledge and experience... More from Sunday Cinnamon »
Essential Details for The New Club
Address:133-134 Kings Road, Brighton, London, East Sussex BN1 2HH