Expose Yourself to Donatello’s Delicious Cuisine This Weekend!

Hundreds of cyclists will take to Brighton’s streets once again this Sunday for the annual Naked Bike Ride.

Every year since 2006, Brighton has joined World Naked Bike Rides around the world to celebrate cycling and the human body. Like the rest of the cities and town involved, the Brighton event looks to highlight the vulnerability of cyclists and raise awareness towards the health and environmental benefits of bike commuting.

With bike rides also taking place in Portsmouth, Southampton, Canterbury, and London, the increased participation looks to flag many environmental and social issues which cycling and body freedom can address. The participants decorate their bikes along with their bodies in weird and wonderful ways. This eye-catching event no doubt raises more than a few eyebrows on the Brightonian shores which has had more than 1000 people taking part in previous years.

Brighton Naked Bike Ride

Though Donatello’s dress code is much more strict than the annual bike ride, we do welcome participants and spectators to stop by our Italian restaurant for a bite to eat – just remember clothing is not optional.

With our authentic Italian menu, we strive to stand and deliver the most popular Italian classics, as well as vegetarian dishes, a plentiful salad bar, and a huge range of award-winning wines. Our menu also offers amazing deals on 2-course and 3-course specials, starting at just £8.95pp.

Remember we’ve also teamed up with Brighton & Hove Bus & Coach Co to offer a generous 10% discount off the bill at Donatello for any bus user. Simply present a ticket, keycard or pass during your visit!

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We are located right in the heart of The Lanes and have a seating capacity of over 350, making it ideal for larger groups seeking a great value meal in a relaxing setting.

Reservations are not always necessary but can be made by calling our team directly on (1273) 775477 or by using our online booking form.