Known as Brighton's Bohemian quarter, North Laine is home to some of the best shops, pubs and cafes in the area. Local ... More
Known as Brighton's Bohemian quarter, North Laine is home to some of the best shops, pubs and cafes in the area. Local cafe culture thrives during the summer, with tables spreading out into the middle of the road in Gardener Street and fashions and sub-cultures competing in a vibrant atmosphere. There is an eclectic mix of antique warehouses, second-hand shops, glitzy boutiques and buskers. Snooper's Paradise in Kensington Gardens is the city's largest indoor flea market. There is also a Saturday morning market in Upper Gardner Street.
If you're in a brighton and fancy an alternative shopping experience to your run of the mill high street shops then the north laines are the place for you!!
The north lanes are full of funky little boutiques , cafes, market stall traders, pubs and if you're lucky a few street performers too!I heard this area described as the real heart and soul of the city and i have to say i agree! Definately worth checking it out.