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Traditional restaurants in Brighton And Hove

The Bath Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants1.1 miles 4-5 Meeting House Lane BN1 1HB

Originally a fruit shop and hat makers, The Bath Arms is the oldest public house in The Lanes. Offering cask ales, delicious food, a warm welcome and an open log fire, The Bath Arms is everything a traditional pub should be and more.
The menu is full of traditional pub classics and dishes that change with the seasons, as we...

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The Walrus

Traditional1.2 miles 10 Ship Street BN1 1AD

Occupying a prime position in Brighton’s famous Lanes, just a short walk from the beach, you’ll find The Walrus. With a variety of seating areas inside, from the comfy lounge on the ground floor to the light, airy restaurant above it, this charming pub is a great choice, whatever the occasion.
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The Cricketers

Traditional1.2 miles 15 Black Lion Street BN1 1ND

The oldest pub in Brighton, The Cricketers dates back to 1547 and boasts a dramatic and colourful history. Historically frequented by Jack the Ripper, it was also a favourite haunt of writer Graham Greene, after whom the upstairs room is named. Nowadays the Greene room is a private function room and bar, which can be privately hir...

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The Black Lion

Traditional1.2 miles 14 Black Lion Street BN1 1ND

You’ll find The Black Lion located at the heart of Brighton’s famous lanes. A popular eatery during the daytime and a bustling late-night venue, the pub plays host to a wide variety of live musicians throughout the week. Inside, the interior is traditional and stylish, with wooden floorboards, a well-stocked bar and comfy seat...

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The Prince Arthur

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants1.2 miles 38 Dean Street BN1 3EG

Although tucked away off the main Western Road, the vivid blue exterior of this pub is sure to catch your eye - it exudes seaside chic. Sitting in the bar of the affectionately abbreviated PA, the feeling is that of a happy family reunion, one of which you are an integral part. The cosy front-room style is so welcoming that you may ...

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Saint George’s Inn

Traditional1.2 miles 33 Upper Sudeley Street BN2 1HE

Saint George’s Inn is all about letting your hair down and having fun; the cheery team are easy-going, and events such as quizzes and Sunday almanac afternoons encourage guests to kick back and relax. The team takes the food and drink seriously though, and offers a variety of whiskey, local ale, guest beer and lip-smacking homem...

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The Prince of Wales

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants1.2 miles 47 Clarence Square BN1 2ED

Situated in the heart of Brighton, The Prince of Wales has all the charm of a village pub with the convenience of a city centre location. The cuisine on offer has been designed with British-food lovers in mind, but the menu also includes many dishes from around the world to accommodate Brighton's international palate. Most dishes ar...

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Waterside Restaurant

Traditional1.8 miles Rendezvous Casino Brighton Marina Village BN2 5UT

Since being appointed head chef at the Waterside Restaurant in Rendezvous Casino, Ian Moore has overseen some significant changes. With a friendly, knowledgeable front-of-house-team and a menu that puts fresh ingredients and fantastic flavours at its heart, Waterside Restaurant is developing a reputation as a first-rate dining des...

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The Downs Hotel

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants2.1 miles Warren Road Woddingdean BN2 6BB

The Downs Hotel is a family-run pub and hotel in the heart of Woodingdean, set in a prime spot just two miles from central Brighton and within easy reach of the A27, Brighton University, Brighton Racecourse and the new Amex football stadium. The hotel's location really is something special - its hilltop setting affords guests specta...

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The Better Half

Traditional2.2 miles 1 Hove Place BN3 2RG

Since being taken over by Simon Stern, this neighbourhood local has been transformed into a must-visit dining destination. The motto is ‘a pebble’s throw from Hove seafront; a million miles from ordinary’ and the team certainly delivers on this. Quirky versions of famous paintings adorn the sage green walls – and on occasi...

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The Connaught Pub & Kitchen

Traditional2.4 miles 48 Hove Street BN3 2DH

Situated just a hop, skip and jump from Hove’s seafront, The Connaught is a well-loved pub known for its family-friendly atmosphere. Dogs are welcome in the bar and garden, and there’s a dedicated menu for little ones, making it popular with everyone. The pub is part of the Brakspear Brewery family of pubs, so cheery service a...

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Blue Lagoon Bar

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants3.3 miles 330 The Kingsway BN3 4LW

A beautifully decorated, warm, intimate dining room might not be the first thing you would expect to find on spying the more traditional exterior, but sisters Gem and Tania have created just that - a delicately-lit haven with stunning views over Hove Lagoon. Striking the perfect balance between great value and great taste, the sim...

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Hangleton Manor

Traditional3.5 miles Hangleton Valley Drive BN3 8AN

Hangleton Manor is steeped in history: housed in a Grade II listed flint building, it is the oldest domestic secular building in Brighton and Hove, boasting an original dovecote in the extensive garden and beautiful carved intricacies on the dining room ceiling. Inside, wood panelling is enhanced by atmospheric candlelight and the...

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The Romans Pub

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants4.5 miles Manor Hall Road Southwick BN42 4NG

If you're venturing out in Brighton in search of a decent traditional pub, then look no further than Romans. Perhaps you'll be visiting for a relaxed drink, have been tempted by the great-value food, or are popping in for a delicious Sunday roast; the music and beer festivals held by the pub are also well worth attending. Whatever y...

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The Romans Pub

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants4.5 miles Manor Hall Road Southwick Brighton BN42 4NG

If you're venturing out in Brighton in search of a decent traditional pub, then look no further than Romans. Perhaps you'll be visiting for a relaxed drink, have been tempted by the great-value food, or are popping in for a delicious Sunday roast; the music and beer festivals held by the pub are also well worth attending. Whatever yo...

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