Out & About


Brighton is heaving with great bars - the best way is to get out and explore! Here are some pointers on a few of the hidden gems to get you going...

The Sidewinder

The Sidewinder

The Sidewinder, 65 Upper St James’s Street, Brighton, BN2 1PJ

Known for: Great bohemian pub with lovely outdoors space.

Readers of Brighton and Hove’s local newspaper, The Argus, voted the Sidewinder as the number one pub in the whole town; that’s a pretty impressive feat! Quality drinks, friendly staff, regular activities and entertainment and two impressively sized beer gardens make for an unforgettable experience.


The Black Dove

The Black Dove

The Black Dove, 74 St James’s Street, Brighton, BN2 1PA

Known for: Small, quirky local pub bursting with character and a great selection of beers

Enticing décor meets esteemed refreshments and a regular showcase of entertainment including basement DJs to get your feet moving and your head bobbing.

Molly Malones

Molly Malones

Molly Malone’s, 57 West Street, Brighton, BN1 2RA

Known for: Great Irish bar located on West Street – Brighton’s party strip. Live Irish music.

Who doesn’t love an Irish bar? Molly Malone’s is one of the finest establishments the town has to offer. Live music each and every week, an array of tasty beverages and a seemingly never-ending list of drinks deals capture all the spirit of the charming place.


North Laine Brewhouse

North Laine Brewhouse

North Laine Brewhouse, North Laine, 27 Gloucester Place, Brighton, BN1 4AA

Known for: Trendy and popular microbrewery pub.

North Laine Brewhouse places extreme emphasis on local. Beer served in the premises has been brewed literally a matter feet from where you’ll be drinking it. Good times aplenty are almost guaranteed.


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