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Brighton Palace Pier

Madeira Dr

Madeira Dr

Brighton Palace Pier

Brighton Palace Pier has been through the wars (literally) but at 1,722ft long and acknowledged as the finest pier ever built, we now offer traditional seaside balanced with the excitement and pace of the modern day. Find out here how history has helped us to become who we are today.

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  • Open 24h Yes
  • Average price $20.00
  • Maximum number of guests 500
  • Activity type Outdoor

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Sharon November 6, 2020 at 4:10 pm
Little Gem Caesar . . . perfect for…
I have lived in or traveled for business to most of the major cities in the US and have tried sushi in every location. This is the BEST I've ever had. Beats out NY, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, and other Phoenix locales HANDS DOWN! All of their ingredients are fresh (and I know this first-hand from one of their suppliers--who is Japanese and who first sent us here) and delicious. Portions are HUGE--whilst price is not. What I really appreciate is that this is a clean, well-maintained, low-key, casual restaurant, NOT some over-the-top, snotty, super-expensive, "trendy" location (read: NY) that gives you tiny, tiny portions in a low-light environment in the hopes that you'll think you're part of the "cool" crowd. Every time I go to Sushi Ken I walk out stuffed, happy, and not broke! I NEVER leave here hungry (which is more than I can say for NY or Chicago). Can't compare it to a true Japanese experience as I've never been there, but when their supplier tells me "this is about as authentic as it gets in the US" I take her word for it. If you're looking for delicious, SUPER-SIZED sushi at a great price, you've got to give it a try! PS: they have a full complement of other menu items that my wife orders and, so far, have all been delicious, fresh, super-sized, and well-priced.
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Toni November 6, 2020 at 4:10 pm
The Cafe seems to be closed for good.…
Really the perfect place to go before any sporting event in the area. We came before going to a Fiesta Bowl party at the Diamondbacks stadium just down the street. There is plenty of parking nearby and usually plenty of room inside or outside to get even a sizable party seats. They have a good selection of microbrews (a trait that is so often overlooked in sports bars), and cool memorabilia all over the walls. There are several large tvs to watch sports on if you don't happen to have tickets to them as well. Every time I've been here the food and servers have been really good. Quick service that is also friendly. The Big Unit, or massive hot dog, is what they're really known for and it's definitely worth giving a shot if you haven't yet. We had the Adam Richman's Loaded version, which was delicious. So often you give up quality for quantity for these types of gimmicks, but not here. It fed 3 of us with a little leftover!
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