Sharing is Caring at our Restaurant in Worthing

Sharing platters are always popular at our restaurant in Worthing

ew_9447-copyWhether it’s friends getting together, a romantic evening for two, or just a family who love to graze, our sharing platters always go down a storm at our restaurant in Worthing. Getting together for food is obviously a big part of this attraction, as picking at some delicious meats, cheeses, breads, olives and seafood while you’re having a chat is just the perfect way to spend an evening, it’s also down to our fantastic ingredients – all sourced from local suppliers!

Our famous sharing boards and toasted sandwiches are enhanced an enormous amount thanks to the love and care put in to suppling cheese from across the south by the passionate people at The Cheeseman in Hove. Sussex Charmer is among our favourites, which is available as part of a sharing platter and made using the milk of welfare assured, grass fed cows at Pallinghurst Farm in Rudgewick. The meat that accompanies these glorious cheeses on our meatboards, and in other areas of our menu (like our famous burgers, steak frites dish, and in our sandwiches) is from John Wildman and Sons just a stones throw from us in Portland Market, Worthing.

Our baked treats, including cakes and the artisan bread for our sandwiches and sharing boards are from The Real Patisserie , whose delicious good include sourdough bread, ciabattas, and seeded loaves, all made just along the coast in Hove. We’re particularly partial to bread and olives!

Whether it’s a starter, or just something to nibble on while you’re catching up with loved ones, our sharing platters are a delicious addition to our menu at our restaurant in Worthing. Come and try them for yourself!

The Perfect Gift Idea: A Voucher for The Beach House or The Corner House

Restaurant gift vouchers in Worthing – now you can gift the gift of a meal out at either of our fantastic Worthing eateries

ew_9315-copyGifts are tricky things; you don’t want to give someone something that they won’t like, will never use, or will clutter them up for years to come. In a world full of things, often the best gift is an excuse to get together with ones you love the most, and enjoy good food, good drinks, and good company. This is the inspiration behind our gift vouchers, allowing you to gift the gift of a meal out at either of our fantastic Worthing eateries.

The vouchers can be purchased in multiples of 10, and the really fantastic thing about them is that they can be used at either The Beach House, or just up the road at The Corner House. Perhaps your loved one is a fan of a decent burger, a view across the beach, and more local ale than they can shake a stick at? Then they’ll love the excuse to pop to The Beach House to celebrate their special occasion a bit more. Perhaps they prefer a classic pub garden, craft beer, and a delicious Sunday roast? The Corner House is the place for them. They get to decide, and it means their big day can last a bit longer!

Our restaurant gift vouchers in Worthing are available to purchase online, and collect from The Beach House. Find out more here.

Some Sparkly New Additions to The Beach House Website

We’re excited to reveal brand new photos, a video and gift vouchers!

ew_9765-copy-1It’s been a little while since we saw the finishing touches on our website, so its been a lot of fun to give everything a bit of a refresh with some brand new photos, as well as an impressive new video! With the help of our marketing friends at Hit Refresh, and talented local photographer Ed Watts, we’ve got a selection of media that really shows off The Beach House at it’s best. You can now also buy gift vouchers for The Beach House and our sister bar, The Corner House – find out more here.

The photos were taken across two shoots, with the first focusing on the food. We wanted some of our most popular dishes to show off their best side, including fish and chips, steak frites, and of course, our famous burgers. Our sharing platters, pork pie, kids menu options, and the classic fish finger sandwich also got a look in, as well as some trendy interior shots, and plenty of attention paid to our extensive selection of drinks.

The second shoot focused more on our beautiful seafront deck, which on the night we chose, like any sunny summers evening on our terrace, was full of happy people enjoying themselves. We’re so pleased to have captured a slice of life at The Beach House, and have it immortalised not only in images, but in an exciting video too.

Hit Refresh’s videographer Gary was on hand on both shoots too, which has resulted in a very exciting video that we think sums up The Beach House perfectly

This media has definitely enhanced our website, and anyone who has ‘liked’ The Beach House on Facebook should expect to see the gorgeous pictures popping up on our posts from now on!

The Beach House is Awarded Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor

We’ve long been a well loved place to eat in Worthing – and TripAdvisor thinks so too!

ew_9771-copyOur glowing TripAdvisor reviews are something we’ve been proud of since we began, and it’s always so wonderful to read great feedback and pass it on to our team, as well as using it to work out what we need to do to make our bar even better. We’re proud to say that this has been recognised by TripAdvisor, and we’ve been awarded Certificate of Excellence for 2017!

The idea behind this award is to give travellers an idea of where the best places are to stay and eat – a mark of quality, if you like. It’s based on the quality, quantity and recency of reviews, and helps instil confidence in those looking for excellent service from hotels, bars, pubs and attractions.

To celebrate, here are some of our favourite TripAdvisor reviews…

If you live in worthing and you haven’t eaten a burger here you are missing out. All the food is great but the burgers are truly amazing. Our whole family agrees they are the best we’ve ever tasted. The vibe at the beach house is cool and relaxed. A great location on the seafront and lovely decor.” – EmaChelle

This bar is a gem in Worthing, so cosy in winter and great to sit outside in summer. Fab menu, lots of nibbles if you don’t fancy a main course, and Prosecco by the glass too, happy days!” – Wifeyspice

Great selection of beers and drinks, great food with locally sourced quality ingredients, trendy decor and furniture, friendly and attentive staff. I’ve been back many times already.” – SusanneB65

Everything about this place is fantastic. Great selection of drinks, good food and friendly staff that make you feel welcome. Perfect place to spend lazy Sunday afternoon with friends.” – AidaWorld

The Beach House is, amazing. From the minute you walk in there is a warm friendly welcome, cool quirky decor and great coffee. The food is reasonably priced and all cooked fresh, not a microwave in sight.” – Mr 8lack

Read more here 

Our Dog Friendly Bar in Worthing: We Open Our Doors (and Deck) To Dogs

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Our dog friendly bar in Worthing is the perfect place to head with your pooch

As the weather gets better, an increasing number of people choose the seafront as a place to walk their four legged friends. The good news is, we’ve got the perfect dog friendly bar in Worthing in which to enjoy a cold drink afterwards; The Beach House!

There’s not many bars around that welcome dogs like we do. We even keep a jar of tasty treats for any pups that come through our doors, big or small! We realise that bringing the dog is often more convenient for everyone – and where’s the fun for them in staying at home while you enjoy the sunshine? We’re always pleased to see a waggy tail, and it’s often almost impossible for our staff to resist coming to say hello!

Whether you’ve got an cute and fluffy puppy or a steady, mature companion, we’re proud to welcome them to our dog friendly bar in Worthing. Bring your canine pal along next time you pop by…

Brand New Live Music in Worthing at The Beach House

We’re keeping our Thursday nights of live music in Worthing alive and kicking

If you’re familiar with life at The Beach House, you’ll know about Beach House Music Club, the Thursday soirée featuring fantastic live music in worthingtunes played by Tim Keegan and his musician friends in our cosy bar. Though Beach House Music Club is on a well earned break, we’re keeping live music in Worthing on a Thursday alive and kicking with some Brighton based acts guaranteed to get your toes tapping.

We were excited to welcome Madi Lane on 24th February, and it wasn’t just a one off – Madi’s going to be joining us on the last Thursday of every month! Madi’s beautiful voice really is too good to miss, and she did a fantastic job of serenading us all with acoustic covers, as well as some of her original tracks. We can’t wait to see her again this month!

We’ve also got something pretty special planned for this Thursday (16th March) too. Areacode 273, consisting of Andy on guitar, Paul on bass (and guitar), and Richard on accordion, will be with us from 8pm. Areacode 273 (so called thanks to their Brighton location) will be playing a live selection of Blues, Cajun, Old Timey, Skiffle, Some Jazzy Stuff, Dylan, The Stones, Towns, JJ Cale, Hank, Willie, and Good Time Music. It’s going to be truly something different, and we’re very much looking forward to it!

Thursday is also our Steak Night, meaning you can get steak frites and a beer or glass of house wine for just £12. Double win! Join us from 8pm on Thursday 16th March to see Areacode’s debut at The Beach House, and as always, keep an eye on our Facebook page for news about live music in Worthing at our seafront bar.

Half Term Activities in Worthing

There are lots of half term activities in Worthing to keep everyone amused

Half term is nearly upon us, and though the February school break can sometimes be difficult to fill, in the coming week there are plenty of half term activities in Worthing and the surrounding area to keep your little ones occupied.

Worthing Museum has loads going on throughout the year, which includes activities for kids during half terms too. Their workshops over the week include puppets, bird box making, storytelling teddies and fossil hunting. There’s also a Family Art Friday!

Worthing Ice Rink returned to Steyne Gardens in November last year, but there’s still time to enjoy it before it goes again. It’s open from 10am until 9pm, and family tickets are just £29!

There’s plenty on at The Dome to keep everyone entertained too, including Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday showings of The Lego Batman Movie, Sing, and Beauty and The Beast (for slightly older half-termers).

RSOPA, the Worthing based Performing Arts School, is running a whole week of fun activity days that you can book in to, including Annie Day, Harry Potter Day, Star Wars Day, and Friday Fun Day. They cover activities like acting scenes, using props, and themed crafts and games.

Slightly further afield at Squires Garden Centre on A24 at Washington, there’s ‘Create and Grow’ owl money box painting and prize winning opportunities from 10am-4pm all week.

If you fancy a proper trip out in the car, you could head to Weald & Downland Open Air Museum, which never disappoints when it comes to amusing the kids (and the adults!) For the winter half term, they’re hosting plenty of creative activities and countryside skills workshops including creating a green man collage, following their exciting green trail, and hearing fascinating folklore stories!

Of course, if you need to refuel for your half term activities in Worthing, look no further than The Beach House. We’re designed for all the family – our kids menu will keep smaller tummies happy, we have a great selection of mains and drinks for adults, and even the dog is welcome! We’ll be open from 12pm every day of the half term too.

Beach House Kids Menu in Worthing

Keep the whole family happy with our homemade kids menu in Worthing

kids menu in WorthingWhen you’re out as a family, it can be hard to find somewhere to eat that ticks all the boxes for everyone. That’s what we aim to do at the Beach House, providing good food, a cosy atmosphere, and very importantly, a tasty kids menu in Worthing. Even the dog’s welcome!

Pleasing smaller tummies is a fine art, but at The Beach House, we reckon we’ve nailed it. Being by the sea, we could hardly ignore a classic like fish and chips, so we’ve got our homemade fish goujons on our kids menu. This is in addition to other guaranteed appetite pleasers such as locally made sausages, grilled chicken strips, and a kids version of our famous burger. For those fancying a lighter option, there’s our houmous dip served with carrot sticks, cucumber and cherry tomatoes with toasted sourdough.

Our kids menu in Worthing is served to children up to 12 years old with a choice of cordial drink. We can substitute fries for salad on any kids meal – just ask the staff when you order. See the whole menu here.

Brand New Weekly Worthing Quiz Night at The Beach House

Weekly Worthing quiz night starts at The Beach House on Tuesday 31st January

Following the success of our Christmas quiz at The Beach House last month, we’ve decided that we’d like to test the brain boxes of our Worthing customers every week – every Tuesday, to be exact.

13892137_1751506458424403_1082084398863241176_nWe’re enlisting the help of accomplished quizmaster Gareth E. Owen, who also hosts the very popular quiz at our sister bar, The Corner House, on a Monday evening. Gareth has been quizzing in Worthing for a number of years, and is famous for being fun, friendly, and fantastic at testing our general knowledge! He also does a great deal for charity, and as with his other quizzes in Worthing, this new weekly event will be raising money for Superstar Arts.

Superstar Arts was founded in 2012 in order to create new and exciting opportunities for those with learning difficulties by providing high quality, innovative artistic experiences, and encourage unique ideas, confidence building and social exploration. They work in partnership with similar groups and organisations to provide volunteer and work placement opportunities, and further strengthen the support network for people with learning disabilities in the Worthing area. Their projects are funded by grants from local authorities and charities, and from the fees paid by our participants, in addition to kind donations from local people. You can find out more about their fantastic work and how to donate over on their website.

Join us from 8pm on Tuesday 31st Jan for this quiz’s debut night!