Brighton Burger Week has arrived!

… And who doesn’t love a burger?

When it comes to burgers we’re spoilt for choice in Brighton, with everything from Vegan Bagel Burgers to Chocolate Mint Duck Burgers on offer at restaurants around the city. To celebrate this diversity,  local food discovery app Wriggle has launched  ‘Brighton Burger Week’.

Kicking off on Tues 1 May and running until Sun 6 May, Wriggle’s Brighton Burger Week will celebrate some of the great produce and cooking coming out of some of the city’s independent restaurants, with a week-long campaign of discounted burger offers, social media competitions, and dedicated burger content on the Wriggle website.

There are a number of Brighton restaurants taking part in Wriggle’s Burger Week including Trollburger, The Bok Shop, Lost Boys Chicken, BLOCK. and Coggings & Co.

Alongside a variety of Wriggle-exclusive offers and discounts on Brighton’s best burgers, Wriggle are also  offering locals the chance to win Wriggle credit, which can be redeemed against live restaurant offers on the website and app. Customers who upload pictures of their Burger Deals to Instagram with the hashtag #BrightonBurgerWeek stand a chance of winning £10 in Wriggle credit.

Petrushka Lee, Brighton marketing manager for Wriggle said: “Brighton Burger Week is a great opportunity to get out and discover some of the best burger creations in the city, all the while saving yourself a few bob too. The hardest part will be deciding which mouthwatering burger to go for first!”

For everything you need to know about Wriggle’s Brighton Burger Week, click here.

Wriggle’s Brighton Burger Week Top 5 Deals:

  1. Drunk as F***, After Eight Duck @ Trollburger, £6.95

  2. Any Burger, Hand-Cut Fries & A Soft Drink @ BLOCK. £9.95

  3. Signature Wolf Vegan Burger & A Side @ Two Wolves Kitchen, The Edinburgh, £6.95

  4. The Brighton Vegan Bagel Burger @ The Coffee Counter, £5

  5. Sunday Lunch Burger, 2x Roast Malones & 2 Boozy/Soft Drinks @ The Bok Shop, £22.50

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