The Ivy in the Lanes reopens with the ‘Summer of Love’
The Ivy in the Lanes reopens its doors from Monday 17 May for indoor dining with its colourful ‘Summer of Love’. This summer, the restaurant will come alive with live DJ sets and entertainment in the spirit of the swinging sixties, as well as a new and refreshing cocktail menu and selection of summer dishes to be enjoyed throughout the warmer months.
As the streets in Brighton begin to heat up, The Ivy in the Lanes will offer a fun and carefree haven for locals and visitors alike. Throughout the week DJ sets will play 1960s-inspired beats guaranteed to get guests dancing The Watusi, The Loco-motion and The Twist long into the night. Fun-filled entertainment will continue throughout the summer.
With both indoor and alfresco dining back on the menu, guests will also be able to enjoy an array of refreshing ‘Summer of Love’ cocktails. Four delectable tipples have been added to the menu, including; In The Groove (£10.95), incorporating a delicious blend of Grey Goose Vodka shaken with mint, lemon, sugar and topped with chilled Prosecco, Flower Power (£9.75), an eclectic blend of Grey Goose, Bombay Sapphire, Bacardi Carta Blanca, Patron Silver and Blue Curacao with lemon juice and Fever-Tree Lemonade, I’m Only Dreaming(£10.95), a tequila-based twist on a classic Manhattan featuring Patron Reposado Tequila, orange bitters and garnished with a cherry, and last but not least, Swinging Spritz (£9.95), the perfect chill out tipple featuring Bombay Sapphire, Martini Rosato, pink grapefruit juice, Fever-Tree Soda Water and Prosecco.
Celebrating freedom and the continued re-opening of Brighton, the brasserie’s all-day dining menu will be refreshed with a selection of summer dishes to be enjoyed both inside and alfresco. Dishes will include tempura prawns with salt and pepper squid, Peruvian chicken with an avocado salad and jalapeño sauce, and a rum baba dessert, featuring plantation rum-soaked sponge with Chantilly cream and mouth-watering raspberries. Afternoon tea will also be firmly back on the menu.
Lorne Hendry-Martin, General Manager of The Ivy in the Lanes says,