Rum Kitchen Brighton will be able to accommodate 300 people in-house; on two floors and 7,000 square feet.
Occupying Jamie’s former Italian site on Black Lion Street, there’s also a private dining room and separate bar that can be booked for parties and special events, as well as a rooftop terrace. This is the company’s fourth location, but its first outside London.
Managing Director Mike Parnham said: “Brighton is an incredibly energetic, fantastically eclectic and vibrant neighborhood with a history rooted in music and the arts – characteristics that match Rum Kitchen and who we are; we look forward to immersing ourselves in the culture and community, bringing our caribbean blend of rum, food and music to the city.
The Rum Kitchen menu includes over 100 different rums and exclusive dishes like Jerk Chicken and Goat Curry.
A spokesperson added: “Rum Kitchen’s food and drink menu is a celebration of bold and flavorful Caribbean-inspired ingredients, with a party atmosphere all day long and their fusion of rum, rotis, jerk BBQ and island flavors, all set to a roaring soundtrack, reggae, dancehall and soca beats, calypso-funk basslines and R&B grooves, accompanied by an impressive selection of drinks.
“Each room at Rum Kitchen is a tribute to the street party and community that is Notting Hill Carnival – ablaze with vibrant island colors and flavors, set against the soundtracks of steel pan bands and numerous systems. audio. “