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11:00am Friday 15th August 2014
BACK in 2012 The Argus reported on the rise of the £4 pint in the city. And last year the arrival of imported high-end craft beers saw some city centre pubs selling premium drinks for as much as £7 a pint.
11:44am Friday 8th August 2014
Paul Hollywood: Congress Theatre, Carlisle Road, Eastbourne, Monday, November 10 AS the cult BBC cooking show returns to television screens its unlikely sex symbol star, silver fox Paul Hollywood, is visiting Eastbourne to encourage fans to get their bake on.
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5:00am Friday 28th March 2014
During its four years in New Road, The Chocolate Festival survived rain, wind and even snow. But now it is set to move indoors for the first time with the launch of a new concept at Brighton Dome Corn Exchange.
5:00am Friday 21st March 2014
As cultural fusions go, battered cactus will take some beating. This unique Mexico meets Britain experiment is Matt Young’s latest trick as head chef at a new branch of Bang Bang Burrito at Kemp Town’s The Sidewinder pub.
6:00am Friday 14th March 2014
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5:00am Friday 28th February 2014
Hunt & Darton call their cafe a slice of interactive performance art. Others, on arriving to see two fine art graduates from Central St Martins with broccoli and pineapple on their heads and serving teas and coffees, might see something different.
Punk poet Attila The Stockbroker dedicates this year's Ropetackle Beer Festival to the memory of lifelong Albion supporter Roy Chuter
5:00am Friday 21st February 2014
5:00am Friday 14th February 2014
Ancient Cinque Ports town Rye celebrates the Pecten Maximus in the 11th annual Rye Bay Scallop Week, which starts tomorrow and runs until Sunday, February 23. Below Duncan Hall checks out the various events going on, and finds out the truth about the mollusc’s reputed aphrodisiac properties...
9:08am Friday 7th February 2014
It may be something of a Hallmark holiday, but Valentine’s Day is always the first big date on the food calendar. Duncan Hall checks out some of the many foodie offerings across Sussex for next weekend's celebration of lurve
6:00am Friday 31st January 2014
6:30am Friday 24th January 2014
London Road is rapidly turning into a meat-lover’s paradise. There’s the much-loved barbecue shack at The World’s End and a few doors down is the Jamaican joint Cummin’ Up, whose exotic smells float across Preston Circus, making it feel like central Kingston.
6:00am Friday 17th January 2014
6:00am Friday 10th January 2014
The name comes from the French word for bike. The TV at the cafe shows races and stunts from the world of cycling. There is a cycle workshop at the back run by a former manager and mechanic from Evans Cycles. And the seats are in Tour de France jersey colours. As such, Velo sounds like a cyclist’s heaven.
6:00am Friday 3rd January 2014
Be At One Brighton is only the second of the 20-strong chain to open outside London. But operations director Andrew Stone says interest has been high since it first welcomed customers on Monday, December 9.
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5:00am Friday 22nd November 2013
A new coffee shop opening in Brighton is not big news. But when Edda Margrét Halldórsdóttir opened the Nordic Coffee Collective in York Place, the story made Iceland’s biggest newspaper, the left-leaning daily Frettabladid.
5:40am Friday 15th November 2013
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5:00am Friday 25th October 2013
As Pulitzer Prize-winning American author Dave Barry once put it, “Without question, the greatest invention in the history of mankind is beer. “Oh, I grant you that the wheel was also a fine invention, but the wheel does not go nearly as well with pizza.”
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5:00pm Friday 27th September 2013
4:30pm Friday 20th September 2013
Whether looking to impress a date, scoping out venues for a family celebration or simply looking for a cheap meal, The Argus is here to help with the return of our annual Dine For Less promotion next Friday.
9:47am Monday 16th September 2013
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4:30pm Friday 30th August 2013
Interactive historical food experiences, a new beer and cider festival, cocktail competitions, international chef exchanges, children’s workshops, tastebud challenges and food-inspired arts are on the bill for a culinary festival in its 12th year.
6:00pm Friday 23rd August 2013
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9:40am Friday 9th August 2013
The weather may have cooled after July’s heatwave but the forecast is for another good run through August. So for the final edition of our al fresco series, Dominic Smith picks the best terraces, gardens and hide-outs to dine and drink in the Sussex countryside
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