A night of instrumental post-rock, riff-heavy psychedelia and post-punk with three live bands upstairs at the Pav Tav.
From aperitifs to antipasti, we visit Brighton’s latest Italian bar and kitchen to see what all the fuss is about.
A new Flour Pot Bakery café has sprung up in Seven Dials, offering freshly roasted coffee and tasty cakes and bakes.
We get crushed, fermented, aged in oak and various other euphemisms at a wine tasting in Seven Dials.
Are vegans taking over the world? If you’ve not tried it yet there are free samples, cookery courses and awareness talks at this year’s Viva! sponsored event.
Festival founder Sue Hitchen chats to SOURCE and offers us three pairs of tickets to give away.
A new family run restaurant in Hove focusing on rustic mixed European food with a modern twist.
We visit the vegan tapas treasure trove Rootcandi to see if it lives up to its big brother and Brighton veggie institution, Iydea.
Breakfast and a Bloody Mary for £15? Not bad. But how about breakfast and unlimited Bloody Marys for £15?
Authentic Roman pizza by the slice – be there, and eat square(s).
Get crafty at the second annual Brighton Tap Takeover: the Great Escape of pub crawls.
We learn the true meaning of locally sourced from fine-dining restaurant Isacc At’s latest tasting menu
Yet another all-vegan cafe has popped up, not a stone’s throw from Preston Park. Whether it’s a quick sandwich, caffeine hit or a hearty meal you’re after, this cafe has it all.
The Plant Room is a new veggie cafe in the heart of the Lanes, offering vegan cakes aplenty and a chilled vibe – but does it deliver more than just a quirky theme? We went to find out.
London’s Fourpure Brewing Co is back in Brighton this week for a ‘Tap Takeover’ event at the Beer Dispensary.
Is vegan pizza only for vegans? We went to the UK’s first vegan pizza restaurant to find out.
We went to the bustling Hove restaurant MARKET to sample their take on the small plate trend.
Sampling the buzz at London Road’s new Neapolitan-style pizzeria.
One of Europe’s largest events celebrating a cruelty-free lifestyle returns to town with talks, films, music and loads of tasty nosh.
We visited FIELD Brighton, an entrepreneurial start-up space on Lewes Road, where we sampled a tipple or two at a little-known brewery with a difference.
Does seafront burger joint Stock Burger deserve a place in Brighton’s restaurant hall of fame? We did the burger-eating research for you to find out.
A Glastonbury-level deluge doesn’t hamper our enjoyment of this crawl across a selection of Brighton’s indie food vendors
New vegetarian restaurant 1847 aims to push the boundaries of Brighton’s veggie scene. Does it deliver?
Does the Brighton arm of this London institution live up to the hype? We dutifully put it to the test to find out.
SOURCE heads to The Set to sample an ambitious four-course tasting menu. Gimmicky or worth the hype? Let’s find out.
We tackle the whole menu at Brighton’s funkiest, and arguably friendliest, Cypriot eatery