Random Questions: Brighton Fukers


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Hanto
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1744 posts since 30/11/09

29 Mar 2013 21:10
Pretty sure the Travelodge is a fiver for the day, but not sure the street and its a bit of a walk.
Owlix
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2000 posts since 16/10/08

29 Mar 2013 21:12
generic_guy wrote:
stoney wrote: brighton fuk's, heading down tomoz, parking is always rape, where can i park up for afew hours for cheap ?

When I asked about this before Seenmy posted:
seenmy wrote: parking wise if you dont mind a walk out of town park on one of the roads up from the level (big park with skate park etc in) go up southover street and you should find somewhere on one of those roads where you can leave it relativly safely for a few days just be sure to check any restrictions but when i lived there that was always the closest to central free parking.

Always park around there now, 5 minutes from the Lanes, free and you can leave whenever.
can try and find a map if Owlix hasn't already told you somewhere better.
That's where I told him. I live a few roads down on the right from the top of Southover Street. Nightmare to park sometimes but should be okay tomorrow.
stoney
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17396 posts since 22/1/05

4 Sep 2013 07:37
Any recommendations for a topper restaurant ?
Double D
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3552 posts since 8/3/07

4 Sep 2013 08:39
Gingerman or Drakes
mattt
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274 posts since 21/5/06

4 Sep 2013 08:55
i'd second the Gingerman - always had good food there. http://gingermanrestaurants.com/
sixpence
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163 posts since 30/4/09

4 Sep 2013 10:11
Didn't rate Gingerman when I went a couple of weeks ago. Perfectly pleasant but standard not quite up to the hype. Was a bit like wedding food. At the other end of the scale, Burger Brothers was great.
Copper
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2590 posts since 29/11/11

4 Sep 2013 10:16
Burger brothers is good yeah
Double D
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3552 posts since 8/3/07

4 Sep 2013 10:38
Terre a Terre and Indian Summer are good too.

On the lower scale side went here the other week and it was good if not up to yank standards, fuckloads of food though http://www.smokeysbrighton.com/
stoney
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17396 posts since 22/1/05

4 Sep 2013 12:23
Cheers guys, will check through all of them Cool
Copper
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2590 posts since 29/11/11

4 Sep 2013 12:44
Terre a terre Cool
pops
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4032 posts since 2/9/09

4 Sep 2013 13:00
Copper wrote: Terre a terre Cool

This ^

Haven't been there for probably 5 years but used to go reqularly as a vegetarian (at the time).Dedicated carnivores who i've been with were blown away by the food.
Double D
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3552 posts since 8/3/07

4 Sep 2013 13:31
Last time I went was 3 weeks ago, it's still the shit.
stoney
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17396 posts since 22/1/05

4 Sep 2013 13:54
Cuntin Ginger is booked out, looked perfect, maybe cause its in December, Xmas do's etc. Not sure if the vegi option would go down so good as amazing as it sounds. Its for 60th Birthday, 4 of us. Stayed at Drakes hotel once before. Didnt know they had a decent resteraunt, reviews look pretty good though. Anyone stayed at Hotel du Vin there or De Vere Grand ?
pops
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4032 posts since 2/9/09

4 Sep 2013 14:10
stayed at hotel du vin brighton , which is nice as you'd expect from HDV. Last time stayed at hotel seattle in marina which is worth considering
CovOne
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8652 posts since 17/8/04

26 May 2015 15:56
Any Brighton fuks able to recommend places that might put on a decent club night that won't necessarily advertise on RA?. I am on a stag there June 26th-28th. We need a night for Sat 27th but at the moment the choices are not looking too great - DJ Luck n MC Neat, & Ivan Smagghe which I don't think is quite right for us is all I can really see at the moment.
blackham
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1708 posts since 17/7/13

26 May 2015 16:35
Concorde 2 - James Zabiela: Fri 26 Jun, 2015

That's the only one that I can see so far. Brighton usually release DJ's like 2/3 weeks before the actual event, so there isn't that much available at the moment.

The Arch (ex Digital) has held some goods nights in the past, but they usually release dates quite late. Other than that keep your eyes open for nights at Concorde 2 and Coalition.

There's a really good night on at Greendoor store, called Berlin - just local DJ's playing old and new techno bits and bobs - usually a really good night though, if that's your thing.
CovOne
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8652 posts since 17/8/04

26 May 2015 16:50
Cheers mate appreciate it, Zabiela would have been spot on but we are doing a few things on the sat morning/afternoon so the big night has to be the sat. Concorde 2 is the DJ Luck and MC Neat night, I have just been looking at Berlin @ Greendoor store but I think that is the Friday too, needs to have big room type feel too so 15 gak'd up blokes can blend in. Here's hoping that Coalition or The Arch put something on.

Thanks again
Double D
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3552 posts since 8/3/07

26 May 2015 19:04
Patterns and The Arch are nothing but house and tech on a Sat, you'll be fine, the former is the better club by far imo… though they've never liked stag dos there (actually anywhere good doesn't) so leave the costumes at the hotel. Coalition is shit these days and don't even consider Shoosh.

http://patternsbrighton.com/patterns-invites-vanishing-point-with-optimo-b2b-ivan-smagghe-5-hours/

Arch hasn't confirmed djs for the 27th yet
Double D
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3552 posts since 8/3/07

26 May 2015 19:11
Oh and if you're gakking it the Arch is terrible, barely any cheeky booths to have a key in, security follow you in and peer over then unlock the door on you, right fucking nightmare, Patterns on the other hand has a million spots and never ever had grief
CovOne
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8652 posts since 17/8/04

26 May 2015 19:15
Yeah no costumes or anything like that so no worries there, don't think that Ivan Smagghe night is for us, would much prefer something more straight up house or the techno end of the scale. Will keep an open mind though.

Cheers