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Hidden gems for your Stag do in Brighton

Brighton is a sunny little seaside town located in the south of England. With tourist attractions including Brighton Pier, The Brighton Wheel and The Royal Pavilion it’s no surprise Brighton is a popular stag and hen location. However, away from the bright lights and sandy beaches there are some amazing bars, restaurants and attractions that have laid unrecognised by the majority of tourists to Brighton. I’m going to tell you where you can find these hidden gems for your Brighton stag do.


Old Police cells museumLocated in the basement of Brighton town hall are the remains of Sussex police station that was used from 1830 – 1967. It’s free entry and you get to explore the old cells (some still with graffiti from the Mods and Rockers era), the policeman’s washroom and uniform store areas along with police memorabilia and artefacts. You can also learn about the murder of Chief Constable Henry Solomon by a prisoner named John Lawrence in 1844.

Off Road KartingIf you’re looking for an adrenalin boost then look no further than this off road karting Brighton stag do. Jump in to a 627cc  single seater rage buggy and tackle challenging bumps, drops and turns round the purpose built track.


The CreperieSituated just off Brighton seafront The Creperie offers iconic French cuisine complimented by the best in local British produce, including galettes, salads, crepes and waffles. They have private party space for up to 30 people and have outstanding reviews from their customers. If you visit Brighton and fancy a crepe or pancake don’t forget to visit the Creperie!

MEATliquorThis amazing bar and restaurant located on York Place is perfect for those looking for a slightly different dining experience. Decorated with bright neon signs, purple booths and a unique interior to say the least, Meatliquor have built up quite a reputation for themselves with the locals. With outstanding reviews for the decoration, atmosphere and service (as well as their burgers of course!) Meatliquor is not somewhere you want to miss out on!


BYOCHidden away in the heart of Brighton’s historic South Lanes lies BYOC (Bring Your Own Cocktail).  To the average passer by it’s just an empty shop but for those in the know it’s a gateway to great cocktails.  BYOC is an elusive drinking hole with a simple yet effective concept. Pay a £25 fee to enter, bring along a bottle of your favourite spirit and watch as the talented mixologists whip up your favourite cocktails.

Funfair Club - If you head to Kings Road during your Brighton stag do be sure to stop by the Funfair Club. This unique club has a vintage inspired circus theme and is a true party venue waiting to be discovered. Described as Brighton’s best kept secret, the Funfair club is mystifying with an amazing interior perfect for carnival style clubbing. With gilded curtains, popcorn machines, hearty dance floors and VIP rooms the Funfair club is not one to be missed. They also have brilliant reviews on trip advisor as they offer large booths to cater for stag and hen parties and you can reserve areas with drinks included.

Lola Lo BrightonDid someone say Tiki bar?! Aloha! Lola Lo is one of the must buzzing Tiki bars in Brighton, it’s decorated with puffer fish lampshades and bamboo clad furniture and even the bar staff wear Hawaiian shirts! Surrounding their dance floor are 2 bars, VIP tiki tables and party booths to make your stag do go off with a bang!

For more great Brighton stag do ideas or to enquire about a package in one of our other 16 UK cities please ring our party planners on 0115 941 5282 or Live chat with one of our city experts on the Gents Events website.

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