The Ivy announces opening date with breakfast in the sea

The Ivy in the Lanes has announced that the brasserie will open its doors in the historic south lanes on Weds 2 May 2018, with reservation lines opening from today. (Thurs 12 April)

To celebrate, The Ivy in the Lanes provided a unique dining experience for the hungry members of Brighton Swimming Club. Eight swimmers were served breakfast in the sea by The Ivy in the Lanes waiters after an early morning dip. Thought to be the first time a Brighton restaurant has served breakfast in the sea, it’s a dining experience that won’t be forgotten, echoing the city’s charm.

The Ivy in the Lanes will offer all-day dining, seven days a week, from dawn until dusk. The brasserie’s interior will feature Brighton-inspired artwork, depicting key landmarks such as the pier, sea life and Brighton beach, all set against a backdrop of leather banquettes, a striking onyx bar and pendant lighting –  creating an informal yet sophisticated interior.

The menu will feature an enticing cocktail list, with a choice of traditional and contemporary cocktails made to order. Offerings will include the Candy Floss Fizz, a blend of prosecco, rosé, lychee, ginger & Havana 3-year-old rum, and the Pavilion Passion, with fresh passion fruit shaken with vanilla infused Wyborowa vodka, finished with flaming rum in a passion fruit shell.

The Ivy in the Lanes will be an exciting addition to Brighton’s creative hub, a city that celebrates theatre music and art. The launch comes as the festival season commences in Brighton; with Brighton Fringe, Brighton Festival and The Great Escape offering jam-packed programmes of events, the city is set to come alive as residents and visitors flock to join in on the festivities.

The Ivy Collection’s new haunt will hold back a proportion of tables, allowing visitors to drop in at their leisure, without having to plan and pre-book their visit.

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