The Hanover, Brighton - pub details
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|When, oh when, are barstaff going to get over the idea that deafening music will make people drink more.|
Four of us visited the pub, it was empty, and the music so loud that we had to point at the beers that we wanted, when we yelled at him to try to get it down, he replied that the customers liked it like that, the fact that we pointed at an empty pub was lost on him.,
RobinDay - 16 Jun 2013 13:32
|Overall this is a decent pub with very nice staff and fine selection of local ales (Langham, Dark Star, 1648 etc) at very good prices.|
The food is OK too - nice stone-baked pizzas (though I find they can sometimes be under-cooked) and the roast is pretty good, though a bit thin on the meat side I find.
However, this pub should be re-named "The Crèche". I know that pubs need to make a special effort to welcome families but it has gone to an extreme at this boozer. Sundays are naturally the worst - you will find at least 20 young kids quite literally running about screaming when you visit. Early evenings on many weekdays are just as bad.
If you can stomach the screaming kids, I would reccommend this pub.
alexd - 20 Jan 2013 16:21
|Noisy and pricey. Keen staff. What's with the glass tankards? Odd gimmick.|
bighands - 27 Jun 2011 11:10
|Called in on Saturday, food orientated pub, but pleasant surroundings and a choice of 4 Sussex Ales. I had Arundel Gold which was excellent. Bit pricier than Bib & Tucker but would definately go back.|
boroboy23 - 17 May 2010 10:37
|All in all a decent pub with a selection of drinks that can't be faulted, (especially good are the 3+ rotating guest ales, often courtesy of the ever more popular dark star brewery, and the choice of single malts).|
service is for the most part excellent, however the pub loses a few marks for a slight lack of atmospere
pocketshepherd - 2 Jan 2010 03:50
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