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The 10 Best Brunch Spots In North Laine, Brighton
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The 10 Best Brunch Spots In North Laine, Brighton

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Updated: 31 October 2016
Famed for its bustling Saturday market and wealth of vintage and flea stores, North Laine is the epicenter of Brighton boho-chic. It is filled with bars, cafes and plenty of fine restaurants, not to mention some of the city’s favourite breakfast spots. Here’s our guide to some of the best.
North Laine | © Tom Alsberg/Flickr
North Laine | © Tom Alsberg/Flickr
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The Laine Deli

The Laine Deli welcomes customers with foamy Italian-style cappuccinos that go perfectly with the fair selection of warm and crispy croissants on the menu. A wide variety of tasty sandwiches is also available and there’ a vegetarian breakfast too.
Address and telephone number: The Laine Deli, 31 Trafalgar Street, Brighton, UK, +44 01273 686665

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LangeLee’s

LangeLee’s is a little, cosy place. In addition to the tables inside, there’s a garden where customers can have their breakfast in the summer. The friendly staff and generous portions, serve at a reasonable price make this place a great start for productive shopping days.
Address and telephone number: LangeLee’s, 30 York Pl, Brighton, UK, +44 1273 684840

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Small Batch Coffee Company

Customers that enjoy a cheerful atmosphere surely will love this place decorated with modern design and furnishings. Being a coffee house, Small Batch Coffee Company offers its customers a wide selection to choose from both to drink or to buy and take home to roast in their own time.
Address and telephone number: Small Batch Coffee Company, 17 Jubilee St, Brighton, UK, +44 1273 697597

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Farm

Farm is a lovely little cafe with a warm and welcoming character that makes it feel sort of like home. It features great food, from the fresh breakfast items like eggs, toasts, juices, and coffee to the richer dishes like the pork roll – great for a hefty lunch or for refuelling after trawling through the Laines’ vintage emporiums. Farm also offers a vegetarian breakfast and is the ideal place to spend a relaxing morning in front of a hot cappuccino and a book.
Address and telephone number: Farm, 99 North Rd, Brighton, UK, +44 1273 623143

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Infinity Foods Kitchen

Using organic and vegan friendly ingredients, Infinity Foods Kitchen serves local coffee roasted nearby. It’s a popular venue with a real Brighton vibe.
Address and telephone number: Infinity foods kitchen, 50 Gardner St, Brighton, UK, +44 1273 670743

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Marwood Coffee Shop

Marwood Coffee Shop is decorated with peculiar objects, such as old computers and toys set up in funny and almost disturbing positions. It gives the feeling of having breakfast in an old film or antique shop. There are table games available for customers and the menu includes great coffee and a delicious cakes. What’s more, Marwood Coffee Shop features a grill stand too, making it perfect for both breakfast and a late lunch.
Address and telephone number: Marwood coffee shop, 52 Ship St Ct, Brighton, UK, +44 1273 382063

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Redroaster

Being a coffee house, Redroaster features a wide selection of teas and several blends of coffee, all roasted and processed in-house. Customers with a sweet tooth will be satisfied by the home-made pastries and creative cakes, while other savoury breakfast options include avocado and ham-filled croissants and museli and yogurt combos. Part boho-Brighton independent, part New York roastery, this venue is a guaranteed favourite.
Address and telephone number: Redroaster, 1d St. James’s St, Brighton, UK, +44 1273 686668

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Moksha Caffe

Just smelling the fresh pastries of this cafe is usually enough to entice visitors inside. Moksha caffe is a good solution for a quick lunch with a fresh sandwich or a salad, but it’s ideal for an abundant English breakfast or a tasty American-style brunch with pancakes and American coffee too. For something with an Italian edge, try the bruschettas and the foamy cappuccino.
Address and telephone number: Moksha caffè, 4-5 York Pl, Brighton, UK, +44 1273 248890

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Blackbird Tea Rooms

This old-fashioned tea room is perhaps the best spot to savour a very English cup of tea. The setting has plenty of character, with antique furnishings and decorations. Customers can treat themselves with traditional scones or huge pieces of cake to go with a wide selection of teas, and for healthy eaters, Blackbird also features lighter snacks, like a granola and fruit yogurt.
Address and telephone number: Blackbird tea rooms, 30 Ship St, Brighton, UK, +44 1273 249454

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Billie’s

Billie’s is a family-friendly venue. Customers will feel instantly at home in the warm atmosphere, where generously portioned, high-quality fresh food abounds. It’s a popular place, so customers may want to arrive early to secure a table to enjoy a great brunch without the crowds.
Address and telephone number: Billie’s, 34 Hampton Pl, Brighton, UK, +44 1273 774386