The Dorset is very large and airy pub with a wide bar and a roomy restaurant area. It only takes a glimmer of sunshine and the chairs and tables go out on the pavement and are quickly filled. The menu has a strong leaning toward the French provincial, although this doesn't pervade all the dishes. The mussels are good and available in the marinieres, Tuscan and Thai styles. This place is perfect for a mid-shop-stop or a fun evening out.
If you're gay and beautiful, then this is the place for you. Charles Street is a wildly popular hangout. Trendy and chic define this centrally located bar and club's interiors. People stop by through the day for some groovy cocktails and get loose on the dance floor.
Established since the early 90s, the Evening Star is home to the Dark Star Brewing Company. A paradise for real ale drinkers or those who enjoy a good pint of beer. Wooden floors, sanded tables and lots of posters with beer festival info make this is a very popular venue. Try Goachers fine light ale, Skinners Golden Gate bitter, Spiced Vice (local brew), strong organic cider, and a whole host of other guest beers.
In a laid back ambiance, The Black Dove lets its patrons enjoy the company of locally brewed beers and like-minded patrons. The bar has a character which is very unique to itself. Deep hues of brown and red accentuate the interior which is dimly lit with quaint lamps and candles. The place, in a way, asks its patrons to trust the unknown and it makes sure patrons are not disappointed when they do so. Inventive cocktails and a wide array of European as well as British and American beers entertain your palate till late in the night here. When the weather is friendly, the outdoor seating comes highly recommended. Colder evenings are best spent indoors, in the warmth of burning candles and a good playlist.
Plateau combines the delights of French small plates, classic cocktails and European wines in its changing menus. The food menu is redrawn periodically to incorporate local, fresh and seasonal ingredients and the quantity is enough to be shared among a couple. Those dining alone also have good options for the main course. This restaurant mostly sources organic and local ingredients to prepare its food. The background music playing in the rustic dining room is a fusion of various genres like electronica, dub, jazz and hip hop.
Brighton's best-known and loved venue for gigs is a refurbished biker's cafe along the seafront. The high ceilings and lush interiors of purple and chrome replace the cramped garage-like feel of the original Concorde, now demolished. Concorde 2 is divided into three sections, a bar and seated area as you walk in, a dance hall and stage for bands, and finally a smaller area for food and drinks. The venue hosts performances by the cream of UK pop, rock, indie and dance bands from time to time.
Wooden panels, small paintings, and heavy theatrical draperies lend the Library Bar a very Victorian appeal. The bar has won several awards and its location inside the Copthorne Hotel and proximity to Gatwick Airport invites a lot of tourists as well as business travelers. Contemporary Continental pervades the menu, and the wine list is comprised of rare wines from all over Europe.
The Stag Inn is an award-winning 17th century country pub known for its great ales and hearty meals. The pub also has an impressive wine list to choose from. Scrumptious pub-grubs and snacks served here offer perfect accompaniments. The charming country restaurant offers intimate candle-lit dining perfect for a romantic night out. You can choose from delicious game, steaks, hand-made sausages and home-made short- crust pies. They also have an eclectic seafood menu for all you seafood lovers out there. The Stag Inn is horse and dog friendly restaurant.
The Lamb at Angmering is a beautiful Inn home to an excellent family owned restaurant and pub that is a popular favorite among locals. The wooden decor along with a fire place and big windows offer a warm and comfortable ambiance ideal for a refreshing morning coffee as well as casual afternoon drinks. The pub offers an array of domestic as well as imported beers, wines and whiskeys. The restaurant is known to serve delicious traditional classics made with fresh seasonal ingredients sourced locally. They also have a blackboard boasting daily specials for those looking for something different. With a relaxing terrace boasting scenic views of the surrounding, The Lamb at Angmering is an ideal spot for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
The George Eartham was first recorded on a map in 1840 and may have existed several years before. This traditional pub has become an institution in Eartham and serves local classics paired with artisanal English lagers and ales. It is tucked away cozily in Britten's Lane, surrounded by countryside trails and cycling paths. The pub is housed in a two-story white cottage with English windows, laden with hanging pots of pink bougainvilleas. A beautiful summer garden stretches next to it, while the dining rooms are warmed by three fireplaces during chilly winters. The food menu varies seasonally but typical selections include Southdowns Lamb Rump with a Spring Vegetable Medley & New Potatoes, and Summer Fruits Pudding with Clotted Cream. You can also savor fine Sussex cheeses and fresh vegetable preparations. Head here on a starry night in summer, along with a special someone, for a truly romantic experience.
Famous for Fish! is the claim of this attractive 16th-century inn.