Brighton Coffee Shop Guide


Brighton Coffee Shop Guide

 

Coffee lovers breathe a sigh of relief; Brighton and Hove is the perfect place to satisfy your caffeine fix. We’ve put together a guide to the best coffee shops and cafés in the city. 

 

Café Marmalade 

Once a food truck, Café Marmalade has fast become one of the most popular cafes in Brighton. It’s hardly surprising to see why - Café Marmalade’s coffee is worth the pilgrimage alone, and the freshly-made quiches and tarts aren’t bad either. 

Address: 237 Eastern Road, BN2 5JJ

Telephone: 01273 606138

 

Small Batch Coffee 

Small Batch Coffee has taken the Brighton coffee scene by storm with eight joints now open within the city. The owners are coffee connoisseurs with an encyclopaedic knowledge of the good stuff. Each outpost uses fairtrade coffee beans, freshly ground each day, to ensure the best tasting brew. 

Address: Various locations around Brighton

 

That Little Tea Shop in the Lanes 

True to form, That Little Tea Shop in the Lanes is a pocket-sized hidden gem. Full of character, this tea shop has a distinctly vintage feel with china saucers and wholesome tablecloths. Don’t miss its freshly baked cakes and pastries to accompany your caffeine fix.

Address: Meeting House Lane, BN1 1HB

Telephone: 01273 933230

 

Wheat & Beans 

Wheat & Beans is a family-run establishment that has proven extremely popular. Sat on St. James Street, this café will tick all your caffeine boxes. Organic beans are shipped in every week from Brazil, El Salvador and India and are expertly roasted to perfection in-house.

Address: 117 St James’s Street, BN2 1TH

Telephone: 07952 049959

 

Leman Tea Room 

This quaint tea room boasts a sought-after location in Brighton’s trendy Kemptown. The Leman Tea Room is a family-establishment with a warm and friendly atmosphere. Despite being renowned as a tea room, they also make an enviable cup of coffee. 

Address: 15a Madeira Place, BN2 1TN

Telephone: 07596 742444

 

Ground Coffee 

Ground Coffee is a staple on the Brighton coffee scene. This can be seen in the number of loyal clientele the café serves day in, day out. The staff certainly know their way around a coffee machine with each and every type of brew made to perfection. The establishment is also dog friendly. 

Address: 36 St George’s Road, BN2 1ED

Telephone: 01273 696441

 

Marwood Coffee 

If you’re looking for a coffee shop with a difference, then Marwood Coffee will be right up your street. From mismatched furniture to eclectic collection of photos, taxidermy to mannequins, its distinct personality is shown in the décor. Marwood’s motto is “kick-arse coffee and life-changing cakes” and it certainly delivers on both.  

Address: 52 Ship Street, BN1 1AF

Telephone: 01273 382063

 

Café Coho 

With three locations in Brighton, you’re never too far from a Café Coho. The team blends coffee beans from smallholdings in Costa Rica, Sumatra, Rwanda and Guatemala. Once you’ve tried one of their roasted brews, you’ll never look back.

Address: 53 Ship Street, 83a Queens Road and Lower Mall, Churchill Square

 

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