Our Guide to the Best Casinos in Brighton
Brighton is famous for lots of things and you are never short of fun nights out, whether that is going out to one of the lively clubs, trying one of the top restaurants or heading to a casino for some excitement. If you fancy a fun night in the casino, then you’re in luck as Brighton has plenty. With this in mind, here are some of our top picks.
Described on their website as ‘Brighton’s best entertainment venue’, this seafront casino has loads of entertainment to make sure you have a good evening out. You can try the slot machines, or spend an hour or two in the cocktail bar. If you enjoy a game of poker, then there is also a dedicated poker room – or, if you are new to the game, you can play in a private tournament where you can be taught the rules before playing for real.
If you fancy a bite to eat, the Waterside Restaurant offers a varied menu including mouth-watering steaks and other fine dining options, much better than the usual food you would find at a typical casino venue.
A bit further out of Brighton, there is Eastbourne Bingo run by Leo Leisure if you fancy a good old game of old fashioned bingo. It is open seven days a week and is located on Pevensey Road, Eastbourne. You can play in the afternoon or the evening with numerous offers that you can find on their website.
If you would rather play bingo from the comfort of your own home, then you can also try a few games in a live casino online with a selection of games to choose from, with the live-streamed atmosphere emulating that of an electric land-based venue. There are some big jackpots available and you won’t have to go out and brave the cold winter temperatures, or face the bracing sea-front winds!
The casino may no longer be open on the seafront, but Pier Nine is currently undergoing some very impressive redevelopments, with the updated venue being due to open in early 2020. Once the work is complete, there will be a hub of 24-hour bars, two casinos, and plenty of restaurants to enjoy. The new complex is having a £5.2 million overhaul and will attract visitors from across Brighton and beyond. Set over three floors, this looks like it will be a really popular spot amongst Brighton’s thriving nightlife.
The plans show that Pier Nine will have a private cinema, several stylish bars, and also workspace, making it a great addition to the area. The redevelopment should help to continue to build Brighton’s reputation as a fun place to spend a weekend or a night out, attracting more tourists every year.
Whether you fancy a night at a casino, or a full entertainment package, there’s plenty of fun to be had in and around Brighton.