Do you have a bar?

We have a lovely bar, and serve an extensive range of alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks, including an interesting range of quality wines, cocktails, spirits, imported American craft beers, and great coffee.

Do you take reservations?

Yes, we do.  You can book online through our reservations page

Can you accommodate large parties?

The Club Lounge is ideal for larger groups of up to 16.  Please contact us by email for more details: info@thenewclubbrighton.com

Can I eat at the bar?

Yes – the counter was built specifically with diners in mind. We love it when people eat at the bar.

Do you have wifi?

Yes we do, and it’s free.

Do you take credit cards?

We take all major credit cards including Amex.

Can I bring my own cake?

You can bring your own cake but we do charge £1 per head  ‘cakeage’ – please let us know in advance.

Where can I park?

The nearest car park is Regency Square underground car park, which is in the next street. There is also parking on the seafront. Parking in the general area is free after 8pm.

regencysecureparking.co.uk  offer secure overnight parking for £13.  They also do special offers for group parking.

Are children welcome?

We have a special kids menu for under 12s until 7pm.  For their safety and everyone’s comfort, children must be supervised at all times.

Do you have high chairs?

Yes we do. We also have baby changing.

Can I reserve an outside table?

Due to the often changeable weather conditions on the seafront, we don’t take reservations for outside tables. They are available on a first come, first served basis only.

Do you serve vegetarian food?

We do our best to ensure that there is a good choice of vegetarian and vegan dishes on our menus.

Do you do takeouts?

Yes we do. .

Are dogs allowed?

We already have several regulars, and well behaved canines are allowed if kept on a lead, but not on the seats please. Water bowls are provided free of charge for customers’ dogs- please ask if you need one.

Who did the mural?

It’s from a shot by the acclaimed New York photographer Vivienne Gucwa and was taken in Canal Street, China Town, NYC.  It’s called ‘Another Time, Another Place.’, and was recently published in her book ‘NY Through the Lens’.