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  • Chic sleeps and Sunday roasts at Rathfinny Wine Estate

    Ever keeled over on a settee hugging a bottle of Pinot Noir? No, me neither <cough>. Anyway, here’s a much more sophisticated way to sleep with wine. Rathfinny vineyard perched in the South Downs has some gorgeous cosy-yet-stylish accommodation in the Flint Barns on site. It’s perfect for either a house party, or a rejuvinating […]

  • Funky new Brighton cafe

    I’m not saying I’m a jinx but my two favourite Brighton & Hove cafes have closed in the last year. Farm just down from Wagamama did the BEST carrot cake (and believe me I’ve done extensive research) while little Pic-nics up an alley off the Hove seafront was my go-to place for a big breakfast […]

  • Muddy Eats: Boxpark, Croydon

    If your forays up to Croydon, like mine, generally revolve around Ikea then feast your eyes on the new draw on the block. Heard of Boxpark in Shoreditch? I visited a while back and it’s a total hipster hangout (not why I was there!) full of pop-up shops and eateries. Well Boxpark 2 had just […]

  • New kid-friendly DIY Pizza concept

    I rarely recommend chains on Muddy, I believe you nearly always get better quality from a good independent. I thought it worth drawing your attention to this new pizza chain however because a) it’s a bit different, with a concept I think kids will love and b) it’s at Brighton Marina where, if you’re visiting […]

  • Colourful cuisine at Mayfield’s Pink Cabbage Produce Co.

    In grey old winter you crave a bit of cheerful colour and that’s just what I got when I called in for lunch at The Pink Cabbage Produce Co. café and shop in Mayfield, East Sussex. It’s not just the name; there are splashy art works across the walls and the produce area looks like […]

  • A big fat new pizzeria for Brighton’s London Road

    “I can’t believe I’m eating on London Road”, my husband kept saying. He remembers it from the days it was a druggy hangout. My own inauspicious introduction to the thoroughfare was when I came down from London to see comedian Terry Garoghan of Brighton the Musical fame. He sang: “You need some food, you need some […]

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