A Guide to the Buzzing Pubs of Brighton, England

Brighton is the most popular beach in the UK. At the center of all this is a network of stylish pubs that will have you drinking a relaxing pint and eating traditional pub-grub in no time. Here are six to get you started.  

The Black Dove 

Enjoy all kinds of music from jazz and folk to psychedelic rock in this comfortable, sensuous atmosphere. With a plethora of ciders, cocktails, wine, and over 70 beers to choose from, this is the perfect place to kick back and relax.

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The White Rabbit 

Have a quirky, colorful evening in this unique pub located in Brighton’s ever-vibrant North Laine. On Sundays, you’ll find a live gypsy-jazz band.

The Walrus 

Enjoy a cozy pint by the open fire or get lost in the labyrinth of winding rooms and passageways in this elegant pub, located just off the beach on historic Ship Street.  

The Pipeline 

Dance the night away in this moody rock and roll bar in the center of town. Not only is there a jukebox for pub-goers to select their own song choices, but the Pipeline also features a tasty vegan menu.  

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Dead Wax Social  

Tucked away at the heart of the city’s North Laine is this unique bar, serving a strong variety of beer, vinyl, and pizza.  

Fortune of War 

Established in 1882, the Fortune of War is by far the oldest pub in Brighton, and features one of the largest beer gardens—otherwise known as Brighton Beach—with magnificent views and brisk sea air.