What are the best coffee shops in Brighton to work in?
Brighton has earned a reputation for its coffee culture, and narrowing down the options has been difficult. There are many hot spots to unwind and put your thinking cap on, so we have picked out our favourite places to go when we aren’t in our offices in Hove.
Mojo Coffee House
Big in size and often quiet, chances are you will find a table and can work in peace. With friendly staff and a relaxed environment, playing cool music and serving breakfast and lunch daily, can’t complain on a Monday morning! You can even visit Sainsbury’s to do a food shop after tackling a long day’s work.
The Flour Pot Bakery
Flour Pot staff are guaranteed to provide you with friendly efficient service and delicious coffee-based drinks. With multiple beautiful locations around Brighton, including the beach, you are guaranteed to find a peaceful and relaxing spot to get your head down and get to work. Wi-Fi is also available which is always a bonus!
For the past 20 years, Redroaster Coffee has been delivering excellent coffee in Brighton. They have a fantastic organic selection of teas and coffee blends, and their café is a fantastic spot to focus and be more productive at work with gorgeous aesthetics and delicious food. Also recommended by The New York Times!
Many cafés aim to look like your second lounge, but Alcampo Lounge has succeeded. It’s a large cafe with enough seating for a group of 100 or more people. They’re open 7 days a week until 11pm, and with such a wide range of food options for those with special dietary requirements, they easily make our list of the top cafés in Brighton. It has something for everyone, and it’s a great location to get buried in your work with just enough background noise to help you concentrate.
The Lanes Coffee House
The Lanes Coffee House is located in Brighton’s famous Lanes. You are always assured of a warm welcome from the friendly owners, and great customer service. A great selection of food to keep you going through a tough day’s work!