Brighton & Hove is the perfect destination to create memories and share experiences with your hen party. Whether it’s an adventurous or relaxing hen weekend, your Brighton Hen Do will be a time to remember with activities to suit everyone and everything in walking distance.

Alduomo: welcomes hen parties with open arms. With two private function rooms away from the main restaurant you can let your hair down with your hens!

Bills: the breakfasts go down a treat, along with brunch and dinner! A large space with high ceilings and an industrial feel, which is an easy going option for groups.

A taste of Sahara: is a Lebanese, North African and Middle Eastern restaurant which gives its customers a taste of the exotic. Caters well for large groups, staff are friendly and accommodating.

Olive Grove: Family run restaurant specialises in Mediterranean food. Perfect for parties of all sizes, it has a private room or in warmer weather you can relax in the gated yard under the Olive trees.

Chilli Pickle: bringing a taste of India to Brighton’s North Laine. Its beautiful bright interior recalls the vibrancy of an Indian street market and the food is authentically Indian. Plenty of space inside for larger groups.

The Grand Hotel: For a truly decadent afternoon tea experience of a bygone era with vintage crockery and vintage chic. Savour your scones in sumptuous style in the opulent Victoria Lounge, Bar, and Terrace with its sea views.

Metrodeco: A Kemptown favourite, Metrodeco has a number of afternoon teas, gins, and cocktails to choose from served with a flash of 1930s glamour. They also do gluten and dairy free options, and are also dog friendly.

The Mock Turtle: is the oldest tea shop in Brighton, providing an oasis from the hustle and bustle of Brighton’s busy seafront. The Mock Turtle has friendly, welcoming staff and everything is served in blue willow china, which also decorates the walls giving a real village feel to it.

Treacle & Co: Small, quirky, and relaxing, they serve exceptional quality cake in a café with a nostalgic feel. Friendly service and a great atmosphere, try it for yourself.

The Jetty Restaurant at the Harbour Hotel: enjoy a delicious selection of sandwiches, savouries, cakes, and sweet treats while taking in the fantastic view of Brighton’s vibrant seafront.

The Black Lion: Right in the middle of the Lanes area of Brighton, the Black Lion is a busy pub which transforms daily into one of Brighton’s busiest late-night venues. The Black Lion also has a heated and covered beer garden.

Bar 76 Club & The Copper Rooms: prides itself on being different form the norm and Brighton’s best hen party venue. During the weekend daytime, they provide events for groups and at night become a relaxed bar with great party music. Perfect if you are a group looking for some fun.

Revolution: one stop party venue for hens day or evening, with DJs, food menu, cocktail masterclasses and outdoor terrace.

Brighton Rocks: local Kemptown gastro-bar providing a good food menu, cocktail classes, craft beers and free room hire.

Medusa: Established over 30 years ago, Medusa is one of Brighton’s oldest bars. With great music, relaxed quirky décor and a live improvisation night every Thursday for live music, comedy and more, the Medusa bar is a great night out.

Patterns: is a club based in a former Art Deco hotel on the seafront offering loaded hot dogs, bottomless boozy brunches, cocktails, craft beers, south-facing sea view terrace, great DJs, live music and friendly bar staff.

Funky Fish: this club offers a night of unpretentious fun. Covering a whole host of music genres including Soul, Funk, Motown, Jazz, Old School Breaks, Hip Hop, and all things funky and quirky from the 60s to the noughties.

Brighton Coalition: on the seafront under the railway arches, Coalition is one of Brighton’s most popular nightclubs. It’s a great gig venue and plays host to many top DJs. In the summer there is an outdoor area on the beach where you can sit and enjoy a pint with a bite to eat.

No 32: Located in the Lanes, No 32 has become a favourite amongst locals and tourists.  During the week you’ll find a more relaxed lounge vibe but this all changes at the weekend with live music, DJs and events keeping everyone happy.

Casablanca Jazz Club: is a live music lounge on the edge of The Lanes which specialises in party nights, jazz acts and live music. Casablanca Jazz Club has an intimate atmosphere. At the weekend you can dance away to live acid jazz bands, a great night.

Adonis Cabaret: A hen night staple country-wide, for a unique night of mayhem with the help of some of the top drag acts, comics and male strippers in cities around the world and many would testify that it makes for an amazing hen night!

i360 Champagne Flight: whether it’s champagne, afternoon tea, brunch, or a no frills flight, you will glide up 138 metres on the world’s tallest moving observational tower with 360 degree views of Brighton and the South Downs.

Lucky Voice karaoke & cocktail masterclasses: styled on the infamous Japanese karaoke bars with a chic cocktail bar, leather loungers, private rooms and pods along with table service.

Komedia: is the place to go in Brighton for a fix of comedy, indie bands, puppet shows, cabaret and surreal stand up; you’ll be spoilt for choice!. Situated in the North Laines, it has a great location and friendly atmosphere

Hove Lagoon Watersports: Offering sailing, wakeboarding, stand up paddle boarding, windsurfing and more. Situated in an old Victorian boating lake in the middle of a public park right on the beach.

Painting Pottery Café: Get messy and tap into your creative side for all abilities. Choose a piece of pottery, select your paints and brushes and away you go. Perfect for hen parties looking for something different to do!

Choccywoccydoodah: Taking chocolate to a whole new level, Choccywoccydoodah is one of Brighton’s true gems. From elaborate chocolate sculptures to amazing cakes for all occasions, this is a must visit shop for any Brighton tourist. We challenge you to leave empty handed!

Snoopers Paradise: If you love a nice rummage through retro paraphernalia, then this is the place for you. There are some amazing gems to be found in this fabulous indoor bizarre. Located in the heart of the North Laine, it’s a great place to get lost for a few hours.

Beyond Retro: If you’re after something unique then give Beyond Retro a try. This huge market style shop contains a plethora of vintage gems from clothing to accessories to rummage through. A great place if you’re going fancy dress.

She Said Boutique: One of Brighton’s leading erotic boutiques great for girly groups. Housing many weird and wonderful bits and pieces from erotic literature, bedroom toys, burlesque dress up, lingerie, to classes and workshops to improve all aspects of your love life. Staff are super friendly.

Pecksniff’s Fragrance House: One of the UK’s last standing fragrance houses. For something truly bespoke, book in for a fragrance consultation and create your very own fragrance. Your perfume formula will be stored so you may re-order at any time. You can even enjoy a pamper package.

Dolly Dagger: If you’re a fan of vintage fashion but don’t want to rummage through dusty old second hand shops then this place is for you. They have a lovely little quirky shop selling beautifully tailored dresses, tops, trousers, shoes and accessories that look like they are straight from a 1950s Hollywood film set.


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