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The St James Tavern, Brighton - pub details

St James Tavern

Address: 16 Madeira Place, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 1TN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2098) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Brighton (0.7 miles), London Road - Brighton (1.2 miles), Hove (2 miles)

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Hard to argue with the other reviewers - this is at least one of the best pubs in Brighton and I've tried quite a few of the others. A very relaxed atmosphere, the food looked good and handy if you only have to stumble across the road to one of the guest houses in Madeira Place.

The best thing though is the 80+ rums on offer - they have all sorts from all over the world. I'm an ale fan but didn't get to them either night I was in.
Shep66 - 7 Mar 2011 14:11
Best boozer in Brighton and one of my favourites anywhere. Very friendly atmosphere with a wide range of people in there.
Stoned_Moses - 6 Feb 2010 16:21
Was there a week ago.
Beer (Hogs back) was very well kept and the place has, thankfully, kept all of its old friendliness and atmosphere.
The loos are now immaculate and therefore seem alittle out of place!
Great pub.
adrianboult - 13 Jun 2009 15:32
It would appear that someone, somewhere is listening. Visited a couple of times over recent weeks tried beers from Arundel, Palmers and Hogs Back, all in excellent condition. Was told more beers from local(ish) brewers to come.
The best pub in town, possibly. The best is this part of town by a country mile.
Chris_King - 2 Jun 2009 12:20
Still the best pub in town, even with a poor ale selection. The gleaming new toilets do not really fit in with the more worn-in atmosphere of the rest of the pub but I guess itís only a matter of time before they fall into disrepair if the state of the old toilets is anything to go by!

I do wish they would put some of the passion they have for rum into providing a few interesting, well kept ales but you can't have everything..

napoleon_dynamite - 8 Oct 2008 10:40

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