A new cocktail and wine bar in Brighton

Dimitri Mesnard and Steve Pineau co-owners of L'Atelier Du Vin. Photo by Nick Harvey
Dimitri Mesnard and Steve Pineau co-owners of L'Atelier Du Vin. Photo by Nick Harvey

A new cocktail and wine bar opens it doors in Brighton on Friday (July 5).

The team behind L’Atelier Du Vin, are opening their second bootlegger bar in the Seven Dials on the site which was the former home of Coggins and Co burger restaurant on Dyke Road.

L'Atelier Du Vin in St George's Place

L'Atelier Du Vin in St George's Place

Following the success of their St George’s Place prohibition-styled bar, co-owners and wine experts Steve Pineau and Dimitri Mesnard are excited to launch their second venue.

Steve said: “I am so excited about our second venture. I think this area of Brighton will really like what we do and it’s a great location, with a bit of a village feel too. We’re lucky to have such a great space out the back too, where people will be able to enjoy cocktails and champagne in the sunshine this summer.”

Manager Stefano Angeloni’s focus is making wine accessible. Stefano is a certified master sommelier and knows his wine, so you can find out a lot about the wine you are drinking if you want to.

Whilst the main focus of the bar is very much on the drinks, the team will offer a selection of charcuterie and cheeses to complement the wine and cocktail list.

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