Feeling hungry? We've dug out our favourite Wriggles for the week to make your eating adventures in Brighton that little bit more enjoyable. And because we just can't help but be generous, there's double rewards points across all Wriggles this week!

Of course, if you don't like any of these deals then there's plenty more to search through. 

Averys Wine began in 1793 and over the years, the family has built its reputation as one of the UK's most pioneering wine merchants. Today, it is 5th generation Mimi Avery at the helm, introducing a new generation of wine lovers to the company. At the heart of what Mimi and her team do - and have done for 225 years - is sharing a passion for wine. The team love discovering wines with a story to tell – whether that's something for everyday drinking with dinner or fine wines for the cellar. So, if you're looking for a delicious, real wine that's full of character and flavour, welcome to Averys. Wriggle your way down to their cellars, get lost in the immense variety, and be sure to pick the brains of the immensely knowledgable team. We'll drink to that!

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From the same duo that brought you mouthwatering cuban sandwiches at Idle Hands, and moreish tacos at Marwoods, the Wolfsmouth team are now taking over the kitchen at Dead Wax Social to bring you sensational Brooklyn-style pizzas. Get a load of this, 12’ sourdough bases topped with unreal ingredients such as clams, napoli salami, and figs. Our favourite is the Prosciutto with a white base, mozzarella, cherry tomatoes, spinach, prosciutto toscana, peach and white balsamic. Vegan cheese is also available as a substitute or addition to any of these devilishly good little pizzas. You will most definitely want to try a pizza this place.

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Wriggle your way over to the Marwood Bar & Coffeehouse today and you'll find a true culinary treat in the form of Wolfsmouth and their delicious tacos. Forget tacky tex-mex and nasty cheap salsa dips though – because these are not just any tacos. Wolfsmouth are raising the bar with their fabulous street food inspired pop-up dining concept, designed by chefs Will Dennard and Jack Southan. Expect tempura mushrooms, confit duck legs, smoked watermelon and much much more... Will and Jack utilise premium ingredients which are often disregarded or overlooked in today's culinary scene, doing the complete justice by elevating them to fantastic heights of flavour, presentation and texture. Using ethically sourced fish and meat, prioritising lesser known and rare cuts, and with a fierce ambition to use the whole animal (nose-to-tail style) to avoid waste, Wolfsmouth are doing tacos differently.

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Step inside Bus Stop and prepare to be transported straight to the sunny shores of Barbados, via Brighton's very own North Road. Bus Stop is the brain child of the wonderful Dominique, Bus Stop, who lived in Barbados for several years, running a bar and restaurant called Mojo that focussed on bringing people together through great food, music and atmosphere. Here, Dominique met her best friend and would-be partner, Danny, and the pair soon moved back to Brighton to set up Bus Stop. At Bus Stop, you should expect a warmth and hospitality that'll make you feel like you're at your best mate's mum's house. With the friendliest welcome in town, some simply stunning cocktails and hearty, cosy soul food on the menu – this is a place to relax, unwind, and be with your very favourite people. Meet you at the Bus Stop.

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The team at Bad Boys Burgers do (yep you guessed it) some pretty bangin' burgers, and they're gaining quite a following. Rightfully so - from the Bad Boy Burger, to the Soulfoo Philly Cheese Burger and Veggie Burger - these guys bring their A-game (and some utterly delicious toppings). Succulent and juicy meat, slightly toasted buns, and oozings of cheese sums these guys up pretty damn well.

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The focus of each workshop is the craft of real chocolate, taking it back to the raw ingredients and traditional techniques. You’ll be table tempering, using science and solid marble slabs to carefully work your cacao. You'll get up close and personal with your chocolate and flavour it with natural oils and sugars before pouring your chocolates. Learn the facts, history and science behind modern and traditional chocolate making, the future of chocolate and how to choose the best bars considering flavour, ethics and cost. Take all of your handmade and packaged Cocoa Crystal chocolates home. For this event, it doesn't matter if you're totally new to chocolate making, coming alone or with friends as the classes are full of facts, fun and accessible for everyone.

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BLOCK. on St James's Street is a bar boasting a great wine list, bringing you lots of new young wineries/vineyards who are pushing the envelope a bit. The wine is supported with a great craft on draft range and Brighton's first and currently only charcoal and wood burning Bertha oven. Working with quality produce from local farms, fisherman and suppliers they've put together a beautiful British menu with a Basque influence coming through. Their famous garden has also recently been improved after being voted Brighton's best garden for the last two years. You don't need to worry about it chucking it down on you either, with the addition of their new heated garden roof. Now you can enjoy some wonderful food and wine al fresco all year round!

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Wholesome salads, Small Batch coffee, daily-changing hot and cold specials, quality breakfasts and freshly made sandwiches await you at this gem of a café on Trafalgar Street. Grab a seat and watch the people go by as you enjoy wonderful home cooked food. Keep your eyes peeled for exciting pop-ups in the future too, with a great space tucked away downstairs (which is currently home to cereal innovators- Brighton Cereal Cafe).

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The Walrus is quite possibly one of Team Wriggle's favourite recent additions to Brighton's historic Lanes. The team behind this suave spot have poured oodles of time and effort into the former public house, bestowing upon it a brand new lease of life, as well as some pretty exciting, diverse new features. The sprawling venue now boasts an upstairs restaurant, a two-storey rooftop garden, and even an atmospheric basement live music venue. Head upstairs to the Walrus's dining room – a seriously opulent space that's dripping in class and distinction. The seasonal menu has got a tonne of tasty options, ranging from pub classics to pizzas, roast dinners to sandwiches – it's the perfect spot for date night, drinks with your favourites, or a full-blown family affair of a Sunday roast. If you're after a venue that's bursting with character, serves up mouthwateringly good food and boasts a bountifully well-stocked bar, The Walrus is the place for you.

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The Brighton & Hove Food Partnership are an incredible non-profit organisation that's all about FOOD in its many, wonderful different shapes and forms. The team at Brighton & Hove have a few key goals: helping people learn to cook, eat a healthy diet, grow their own food and waste less food. Through a variety of fun, informal and hands-on events, the Partnership aims to connect and inspire individuals, community groups and organisations. They believe – and Wriggle are right there with them on this – that food is more than just fuel, it brings people together and changes lives. The Community Kitchen is the Partnership's brand new cookery school, featuring a range of brilliant classes with chefs and food experts, that aims to support community courses for health & wellbeing.

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Published -10th September 2018