1. If you were familiar with the Brighton club scene in the '00s you know that clubs came and went all the time.
2. But there are some that are still going strong today, like good ol' Casablanca.
3. In Casa's, posing for a picture in the car upstairs was obligatory.
4. As obligatory as the tequila shots, which were famously and dangerously, just a quid a pop.
5. For a quid you could also get yourself a snakebite from The Gloucester.
6. Of course, if you were at Sussex or Brighton University, you'd have made sure that you had pre-drinks at home.
Aftershock, cheap vodka, and sometimes even Jägermeister, were the poisons of choice.
7. It wasn't out of the question however, to go to a pub in town, especially if that place was The Pav Tav.
8. But if you didn't fancy the smell of sick or your drink sticking to the table every time you put it down, The Font was also a popular choice.
9. If you went out in fancy dress, there were a plethora of places that would let you in, because Brighton gave zero fucks.
10. But if you wanted a fancy dress night with some '90s choons, The Beach was where it was at.
11. If you wanted music that wasn't Top 40 or Cheese, you would probably go to Audio on the seafront.
A large outdoor bar, some fancy lighting, and some very special DJs, made it the "cool" place to go.
12. And on Thursdays you might have gone to the Dynamite Boogaloo night, and enter their scandalous contest to win a giant bottle of bubbly from ASDA.
13. For the city's best gay club, you'd look no further than Revenge.
14. But if you wanted to party hard with one of the country's sickest sound systems, you'd go to Digital.
15. If lounging and looking cool was more your thing, you'd get yourself at table at Po Na Na.
16. But if you wanted a really, really big night, a legendary night, there was only one place to go.
Oh honey, we miss your cheap shots, your guest DJs and your giant smoking area that enabled us all to find a random to later get off with on the dancefloor.