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The Bath Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants16.9 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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Bar-Restaurant, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants16.9 miles 10-12 Grand Junction Road Brighton BN1 1PN

Once an infamous haunt of mods and rockers, Belushi's now boasts international appeal, with St Christopher's Inn located above it and Belushi's Below nightclub in the basement. Catering for backpackers and weekend revellers, it offers the perfect combination of food, drink and a guaranteed good time. Warmly welcomed by friendly ...

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Bar-Restaurant16.9 miles 54-55 Meeting House Lane BN1 1HB

Tucked away among the cobbled streets of Brighton’s South Lanes, Bohemia is unmissable. Smart and trendy, it offers a unique ambience with its artistic interior and candlelit tables. Patrons can enjoy the heated front patio, the log mezzanine or the Veuve Clicquot roof terrace. Spread across three floors, Bohemia also boasts sev...

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The Mesmerist

Bar-Restaurant17 miles 1-3 Prince Albert Street BN1 1HE

No trip to Brighton is complete without a visit to this Brighton institution. The Mes – as it’s referred to by locals – is a handsome venue that exudes style and sophistication following a recent refurbishment. It’s perfect for a quiet lunch or dinner, or a big night out with your friends.
The Mesmerist boasts an ou...

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No. 32

Bar-Restaurant17 miles 32 Duke Street BN1 1AG

Although it is tucked away down one of Brighton’s side streets, you can’t miss the smart, slate-coloured frontage of No. 32 – or the number in giant illuminated figures above the doorway. Attractive wooden furniture is arranged in the pedestrian street for outdoor drinking and dining, and the sober yet striking exterior is m...

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The Black Lion

Traditional17 miles 14 Black Lion Street BN1 1ND

You’ll find The Black Lion located one block from the beach in the heart of Brighton’s famous Lanes. With a history dating back more than 500 years, The Black Lion remains a popular eatery and a bustling late night venue, and plays host to a wide variety of DJs and live musicians six days a week. Inside, the traditional interi...

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The Cricketers

Traditional17 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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Hotel du Vin & Bistro

Bar-Restaurant, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants17 miles Ship Street BN1 1AD

The bistro at Brighton's Hotel du Vin offers an ambience of classic French elegance with a menu to match. You will instantly be charmed and soothed by the gentle candlelight, contented hum of enjoyment and, of course, the clinking of full wine glasses. The menu, like the ambience, oozes French panache, with influences from wider Eur...

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The Walrus

Traditional17 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.
The Walrus offers several ...

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Coach House

Bar-Restaurant17 miles 59 Middle Street Brighton BN1 1AL

The Coach House boasts a relaxed atmosphere with all the delicate touches of a traditional English eatery. In this laid-back setting we experienced a meal that was simply outstanding, with attention paid to even the smallest detail. We tried cloud-like pan-fried scallops on lemon potato cream, served with chorizo crisps and samphi...

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Graze On Grand

Bar-Restaurant17 miles 16 Grand Parade TN37 6DN

With stunning views of the St Leonard’s seafront, Graze on Grand is a destination not to be missed that boasts great food, wine and a gallery. The restaurant’s 'love local’ ethos is reflected in the varied and creative menu, which features fish from Hastings, local Romney Marsh meat and vegetarian dishes made from fresh prod...

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The Prince Arthur

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants17.1 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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The Primrose

Traditional17.1 miles 112 Pembury Road TN9 2JJ

The Primrose is situated in Tonbridge and is an old, traditional and cosy pub. Expect a warm and friendly welcome and a homely ambience as you enter the pub and settle down in cosy surroundings.
The Primrose’s speciality is burgers from the Tonbridge Barbecue Club Menu. Try the Hawaiian burger served with fresh salad, pin...

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The Prince of Wales

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants17.1 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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Royal Oak

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants17.2 miles Grange Road Crawley Down RH10 4JT

If you're tackling the Worth Way on foot or by bike, this traditional inn is an ideal place to rest weary legs and fuel up on wholesome pub fare. You can even bring your canine companions along too. In fact, everyone is welcome at this friendly inn - the place is usually filled with a varied clientele of couples, families and groups...

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